Good to get the historic racing scene back on track again after Covid lockdowns caused the last-minute postponement of the July race meeting. The Historic Queensland annual event is not all about racing with the race weekend kicking off with the Friday evening “meet and greet” social gathering which was well attended. This year held at the Warwick Golf Club and with club patron Kevin Bartlett in attendance, there was positive enthusiasm for the event being a good weekend of racing. Unfortunately, border restrictions in place resulted in it being very much a local Queensland event situation and the entry list trimmed down to just under a hundred. However, the entry contained some very historically significant cars to make it a race meeting that would please entrants and spectators. Spectators were treated to seeing the Nissan Skyline 1991 Bathurst 1000 pole sitter and race winner complete with its sister car which came 3rd. The weather was magnificent and for the spectators who did make the effort to attend, there was plenty for all to see in the pits and on track. The race schedule was for qualifying followed by 34 events across the 2 days and with the small grids, it all ran very seamlessly. Regularity trials had the biggest field with 24 cars and the rest of the categories the grids averaged around 10 cars or less. The combined Group N races having grids of 22 cars.Thanks to all the volunteers, helpers and officials.