A truly unique motoring experience in the Heart of America
OCTOBER 12th, 13th & 14th, 2018
Registration will open on August 1st for this years event.
The Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival is a unique event that includes a track experience together with the Hagerty Revival Showcase, an autocross event, and great food; providing both the participant and the spectator a fantastic experience. What sets this event apart from the other automotive events is that the cars and the drivers are not race cars or racing drivers - they are classic cars owned and operated by enthusiasts.
Thank you and everyone who helped put on the Grand Prix. This was my first one and I loved it. Already looking forward to next year. - Mike Palla, 2016
I want to thank you and the volunteers for a job WELL DONE. What an enjoyable weekend I had You made some fast and HARD decisions that turned at well and made for a GREAT event despite the weather and conditions at the lake I want to thank you for the most fun I've had at a car show and can't wait for next year!!! - Mike G in the little red cobra from wichita, 2016
Over the years I have been involved in the planning and implementation any many events and am accustomed to people not even saying thank you for your efforts.These past 3 years I have had people (spectators and participants) approach me to personally thank me for my involvement in this event. I could easily get used to that! Looking forward to next year! - Dan McConnell, 2016
The car show had such a great mix of cars, and many said “WOW, this is so nice to have such a variety of makes in one place!” Very positive on all fronts, Keep the charity rides based @ the car show on Sat. and the Autocross the way it was. We refined staging of all classes quite well and positive smiling faces all around. I’m glad I was able to volunteer and enjoy this year. – Bill, 2016
Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival 2017 with Heartland Vintage RacingRead More
A fun weekend at the Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival. Nearly 18 minutes of fun.Read More
Get those motors running!! Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival 2017 is not very far away. Make sure you are on our mailing list to be the first to know when the registration opens for this year's events.
Look forward to seeing you in the fall.Read More
Dick Knudson called the MG "The Sports Car America Loved First" in his 1975 book. The TC was quite the sports car in its day and it still is for me today. Running it each year at the Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival (www.LGGPR.org) each year in the Historic Class (older and slower cars) is a thrill for me. Last year my mechanic (wife Pam) said we hit 67 on the back straight away. OK, it has an old erratic speedometer, we were going downhill somewhat and there was a little tail wind, but I am still claiming a death defying speed of 67 MPH. This year British cars will be featured.Read More
Documentary about the street years at Watkins GlenRead More
Check out this video of another famous ghost track that was a competing track for Lake Garnett Grand Prix. Before the current track for Watkins Glen was built, it to was a race on a normal roadway.Read More
Little British sports cars, you might have noticed, have a lot going for them. They're fun to drive. They're blessedly free of snob appeal. They're usually inexpensive to buy. And they're cheap to keep, too. A Kansas City engineer named Leo Long noticed all of these things three decades ago, when he launched a parts business for some of the more popular British cars. He called his company Long Motor Corporation, but did business under a name chosen to evoke Old Blighty: Victoria British Limited.Read More
Lake Garnett - LGGPR - 2016 - A trip around the circuit in a 1974 Ford Capri PeranaRead More
This video is about Lake Garnett Grand Prix Race - 1963Read More
Cars roll out from courthouse square on their way to the lake track at the 2015 Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival.Read More
This is a hodge podge of clips recorded on Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy!Read More
Take a look at a few cars from 2015Read More