Jackie purges at the line


Bob Conlan, ready for the green


Bob vs. a Shelby


Dennis Angelisanti


Tony Scalies at Watkins Glen


Bob frees the Bird


Rich Nagle showing how it's done


Karen Baum

Members of the Valley Forge Mustang Club have been competing in race events individually for years. Only recently have we tried to interest other members in open track and drag racing to widen our scope of Mustang oriented club activities. So far, the response has been slow but growing none the less. This page outlines a few racing events that are being attended by small groups of members who invite anyone in the Valley Forge Mustang Club to join the fun.


Corner Carving
There is a small band of open track racers within the Valley Forge Mustang Club. If your love affair with the Mustang centers around the handling aspect of these awesome machines, maybe it's time for you to join the VFMC open track racers.

These fellow club members participate in several annual events during the year, which are listed on this website's upcoming events page. Anyone who's ever raced their Mustang at Watkins Glen or Pocono is immediately hooked. These events welcome racers at all skill levels and cars at all levels of mechanical ability.


Drag Racing
There's nothing like it -

Imagine unleashing your pony in a legal and controlled environment. No holding back...foot to the floor excitement. You've heard other owners talk about their quarter mile times...you've wondered what your machine will do...

Join a small group of VFMC drag racing junkies and find out exactly how your 'stang performs when given the spurs. Like the open track members, several of these VFMC members have been burning up the 1320 on their own for years. We're trying to increase interest in drag racing within the VFMC and you're invited. Currently we attend a semi-annual event in Maryland and members of all skill levels, including beginners, are invited. We also welcome all Mustangs from classic to late model.

In conjunction with local area Mustang clubs, we participate in the Super Stallions of the Net Nationals. The track is rented and closed to the general public. For close to 8 hours, there is non-stop racing.



For more information on VFMC Racing please contact Rich Nagle



Jackie Dahlen, Rich Nagle, Karen Baum, Tina Bauman, Bob Parsons


Tony Scalies at Watkins Glen


Dennis Angelisanti at the line


Tina Bauman ready at the line


Greg Whitman smokes 'em


Fran Bruton heatin'em up


Russ heating the Mickeys


Bob Conlan runs his new Stang


Bob smokes the Mickeys
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