Entries by Pace

Iconic EH-Holden out in action

Originally purchased unfinished, this 1964 EH Holden has been restored and continues to be developed and improved upon. The owner strives to maintain the classic “period correct” outside appearance, but has updated the performance gear to more modern systems. The vintage Aussie car is filled with a 2900cc Holden 6 HP block engine, a 5-speed […]

‘Peanut’ revived for the Motor Festival

‘Peanut’ is a 1970 Honda N360 which was brought back from the dead after being discovered at a local Victorian wrecking yard. The car was destined for the crusher, and was found with a caved-in roof, faded rust-stained paint, flat cracked tires and a water filled engine. However, Peanut has since been restored and is […]

1949 MG TC loaded with experience

This fast road 1949 MG TC special is a well-travelled competitor. Campaigning in NSW in speed and regularity events, the MG was then passed through the family and travelled to Queensland. The vehicle then campaigned throughout the Sunshine State for some time, before arriving in Victoria in 2011. It is fitted with an impressive 1350cc […]

Jaguar/MG hybrid ready for action

What do you get when you cross an MG with a Jaguar? You get this wonderful creation. The car was originally built in the 1960s using a 1958 MGA roadster chassis and body, combined with a Jaguar Mark VIII drive train and a 3.4 litre engine. A little later on in the 60s, the engine was replaced with […]

Renault Australia joins forces with the Geelong Revival for the second year

Renault Australia is preparing for another year in partnership with the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival and this year – in conjunction with Rex Gorell Renault – it is kicking it up a gear. “Renault Australia is thrilled to share the Megane Trophy V6 with motorsport fans at this year’s Geelong Revival,” said Renault Australia Managing […]

Targa Florio Partnership

Targa Florio Partnership Australia’s largest classic motoring event has teamed up with Targa Florio Australian Tribute to put on the biggest and best Geelong Revival Motoring Festival this November. The special partnership will attract many more international competitors, fans and global attention, with several Targa Florio participants signing up for this year’s classic ¼ mile […]

Allard J2

In 1945, Sydney Allard formed Allard Motors Limited to build low volume sports car for the UK and USA market. Arguably the most famous model he built was the J2. The J2 was extremely popular in the USA and had many successful results in motor racing. Only a very small number came to Australia. This example is […]

Supporting Stroke Survivors

Geelong Revival Motoring Festival is proud to be supporting one of our long time competitors Claire Greig in her quest to help Stroke Survivors. The Will to walk Fundraiser lunch at Terindah Estate is happening on Friday October 13 from 2pm and is helping to raise money for the Barwon Stroke Support Centre. It will […]

Renault Megane Trophy V6 @ Revival

Introducing the Renault Megane Trophy V6! The race version of the Renault Megane R.S street vehicle featuring the same front and rear light units and windscreen as the road car. The Renault Eurocup Mégane Trophy was a one-make racing series created and managed by Renault Sport. It was Renault’s premier saloon car championship and formed […]

1977 Mazda Capella Rotary

  This Mazda Capella Rotary was purchased from it’s original owner in 2005 with 94,000km on the clock. It was originally purchased from Mazda House, Lakemba. Sporting a 1600cc engine and a three speed auto, it served it’s current owner well as a learner car. As Ben grew, so did his Mazda. It’s currently running […]