As a member of the Vintage Speedcar Association of NSW I was invited to display my midget, along with other member's cars at the October 1st. Winton Historics meeting.We were given an unfavorable position and it was suggested we leave our cars on their trailers in the Car Park, as such I don't think many saw our cars. However my love of vintage racing cars overcame the disappointment and I snapped a few pics on the day. Not knowing car owners and cars in particular, I'd appreciate some IDs of cars and drivers if possible from viewers....Brian.
The magnificent looking Aussie Special..the Mac Healey in the scrutineering bay.
Our virtually unseen display of vintage midgets. I'm sure many would have found them interesting if they knew they were there.
A big and bellowing mover in the old days..The fabulous ex Murray Carter Chev. Corvette Sports.
Above and right : The John Zink - Urschel Indianapolis Brabham - Offenhauser ' Trackburner ' , driven by Sir Jack Brabham with Denny Hulme as mechanic.
Above and right: The very stylish Australian designed and built big sports car, the Matich SR4, ex Frank Matich.
A 1962 Brabham Junior with some nice history.
The big 318 Offy engine in the pristine restoration of the Dees Offy Indy car. This car also ran with us on the dirt at Wangaratta Vintage Speedway Classic on the Saturday evening  
This magnificent Bugatti sports / racing car must have been the show stealer, it was glorious to look at and sounded just as good. 
Riley Sports.
The finned alloy heads on a big SV Ford Special.
A beautifully restored Brabham.
Cockpit of the Mac Healey.
Cockpit of the Bugatti.
Track action with a Lotus XI
The Rennmax Brabham of Hoot Gibson's.
I hope you enjoyed the few pics from Winton.