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1967 Canadian Grand Prix 50th anniversary


On September 30th 1967 took place the only Canadian Motorcycle Grand Prix

It was a rainy day and Agostini only needed 2nd place to win his second of  eight 500 Grand Prix Championships, Mike Hailwood won the race running away (won by 38 seconds) and actually tied Agostini with 46 points and 5 wins each, but Agostini took (3) 2nd place finishes compared to Hailwood’s 2.  So the championship went to Ago.  Canadian Mike Duff took 3rd place and was the only rider to finish on the same lap as the 2 superstars.   The 500 race was 40 laps and took 73 minutes and 28 seconds to complete in the rain (I know right!!! Crazy stuff) . Best time on wet pavement was a 1.42.700

In the 250 Race, Hailwood won the race 1 full minute ahead of Phil Read and with a best time of 1.36.800 .Notable 4th place was Yvon Duhamel on a Yamaha, the 125 Race was won by Bill Ivy.

You can see the full results of the day HERE.


So this Brings us to August 11th-12th-13th 2017


On August 11th-12th-13th  2017 we will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of that historic event, planned activities are as follow, you will not want to miss this


Saturday special schedule:
Registration 7-8:30
Rider’s Meeting 8:30-9:00
Assembly of P1 67 GP Celebration RACE on grid 9:00-9:30
Anthems  9:30-9:45
P1 67 GP Celebration RACE 9:50-10:10

Celebrity Parade laps 10:30-11:30
Lunch 11:30-12:30
Autograph sessions 12:30 – 5:00
Condensed VRRA Qualifying 12:30-5:00


  • Many invited guests, international and Canadian motorcycle historical figures will be present to celebrate with us, sign autographs and do parade laps.  Here are a few of the confirmed attendees so far:
      1. Michelle Duff (Arter Matchless)

    2. Yvon Duhamel

        1. Phil Read
        2. Steve Baker
        3. Rod Gould
        4. Dave Roper (Surtees Special AJS/ Arter)
        5. Nick Ienatsch (spondon TZ750)
        6. Frank Camillieri
        7. Kurt Liebmann
        8. Henry Hanje
        9. Mendy Radbord
        10. Dave Lloyd
        11. Doug Libby
        12. Duane Mcdaniels
        13. Mike Manley
        14. Fred Guttner
        15. Doug Teague
        16. Ted Henter
        17. Dave Powell
        18. Francis Martin
        19. Frazer McAnnich
        20. Jim Allen
        21. John Pohland
        22. Walt Fulton
        23. Kevin Cameron
        24. Ken Molyneux
        25. Bob Work
        26. Peter Kellond
        27. Charles Mortimer
        28. Ollie Howe
        29. Joe Lachniet
        30. Mike Partrige
        31. Bill Hornblower
        32. Bob Williams
        33. Dan Sorenson
        34. Bill Brown
        35. Murray Brown
        36. Fraser McCannich
        37. Brian Henderson
        38. Don Haddow
        39. Mike Kavanaugh
        40. Jack Peterson
        41. Dave Arnold
        42. Jonathan Finn
        • Over 250 racing participants
        •  Over 300 racing vintage motorcycles
        • 14 races each day
        • Historic riders and machines parade laps
        • Saturday evening rock show
        • Am-Cam Vintage race series points round
        • Motorcycle Concours d’elegance with the CVMG
        • Swap Meet
        • vendors
        • demo rides
        • P1 classes will be highlighted throughout the event
        • Evening Banquet
        • Much More…