National Events

May 19-21, 2017: The Vintage in Asheville, North Carolina

For 2017, The Vintage will be in Asheville, located in the mountains of North Carolina. The area offers some great roads so several drives are planned, and the main display on Saturday will be at a fantastic piece of property at Hot Springs, NC.
 
Lots of hanging out in the hotel parking lot with your vintage BMW friends and special activities. Asheville has earned the name "beer city" with more breweries per capita than anywhere else in the U.S., so a trip to downtown Asheville for some brewery hopping would be a good way to spend the evening.
 

If you are not sure if your BMW is 'vintage' enough for the event, please visit the event website atthevintage.com or email the festmeister Scott Sturdy at scottsturdy@yahoo.com.

 

July 11–15, 2017: 48th Annual Oktoberfest Presented by Michelin, New Orleans

Each year the BMW Car Club of America throws a party—a world famous party known as Oktoberfest and sometimes simply O'fest. This movable celebration of everything BMW occurs at exciting locations throughout the country and is the ultimate motorsport family reunion. This year we are fortunate enough to have our family reunion presented by Michelin once again!

O’fest 2017 will be the next chapter in our storied history of celebrating everything BMW. We are traveling down to the Big Easy and you do not want to miss this opportunity to join us on famed Bourbon Street! The host hotel for O’fest will be the Hyatt New Orleans and the track is, NOLA Motorsports.

Check out the O'fest website for more details and registration: ofest.bmwcca.org.

 

 

July 14–16, 2017: Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix 

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, or PVGP as it is often known, is a unique historic racing festival held on the city streets in and around Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. PVGP has been hosted in the Steel City since 1984, and has grown from a one-day private race to an event exciting to any enthusiast and benefitting both the Autism Society of America and the Allegheny Valley School. What was once a racing event is now a 2,000-vehicle international car show with food and vendors across the Bob O’Conner Golf Course where spectators (usually numbering close to 200,000) overlook the races (now featuring a total of over 180 historic race cars) held on the city streets below.

The BMW CCA’s portion of PVGP has grown, too; the event is no longer a two—day car corral, but a complete four—day program that offers something for every BMW enthusiast and includes driving tours, dinners, and charity hot—lap rides thanks to the BMW Performance Center.

Check out the PVGP website for more details: pvgp.org/calendar.

 

August 18, 2017: Legends of the Autobahn Presented by Michelin

Legends features both display and judged areas, awards for all three featured marques, and an open class for all other German—made cars. The show also features a vendor and sponsor area, a VIP lunch, an available breakfast, and several new BMW models, as well as historically significant cars from the BMW USA Classic collection.

For information, please visit LegendsOfTheAutobahn.org.
To registration, please visit bmwcca.org/monterey.

 

August 19-20, 2017: Festorics Turn Five Corral and Hospitality Area  Presented by Michelin at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion 

 
The Festorics corral at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca offers both two—day trackside parking alongside other BMW enthusiasts, as well as an excellent venue from which to watch the legendary races of the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. Available packages include the opportunity to buy corral tickets, lunch tickets, and event tickets to the Motorsports Reunion races themselves.
 

For information, please visit Festorics.org.
To registration, please visit bmwcca.org/monterey.