Our annual meeting was held Saturday (1/10/15) at Giamarco’s in Westerville. We had a great time socializing, eating great food and discussing upcoming events. This year we have a full schedule of events including the Midwest Z Heritage Show in Chicago which just happens to be the same weekend as the Chicago Blues Festival. However, some think the highlight of the meeting was Chris Myers making a personal appearance to pay his annual dues in cold hard cash. Thanks to president Lee Bivens for leading the meeting and to all of those who attended. We are looking forward to a great 2015!
On Saturday, October 11, 2014, many ZROC members participated in the “Cars for a Cause” car show. Thanks to Bruce Engelhardt for spearheading the event and getting ZROC involved. “Cars for a Cause” benefits the Canal Winchester Food Bank. the club’s participation helped to fill the food bank and feed the needy in the Canal Winchester area.
Tom Marshall, has provided these photos of the event. Enjoy!
Via Facebook from Jim Corbett
Yes another entertaining day at the track.
And to some extent Phil Bach’s idea is still working. The catered lunch..under tent
Phil was a Charter Member, and an Executive Chef….so for the last 12 years or so….ZROC shows the Vintage Car Community how it’s done. Lots of folks lined up for the Parade Lap….we’re looking on, asking l How much lunch?”
Andrew Doll, as the race commentators referred to him over the load speakers, posted a first in class 6 overall in the Saturday Enduro. There were two other Datsuns running over the weekend, a nice 240 and a BRE 510. Bill Barton placed his German born entry too….but you’d have to belong to the PCA….to get those details .
Steven Padavana won a Blue ribbon for “Best Contemporary”. Seems .that since it was for the 300ZxTT he felt that the award should “ride low”….to each his own
More fun to follow in a few weeks at the Arthritis Auto Show..