Stephen Page was born in London and now lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife Kathi. He has always been a Formula One fan and car nut. While restoring a 1954 Jensen Interceptor (one of only 88 built) during the mid-1970’s, he helped his friends at Huron Racing in Byfleet, Surrey England build Formula Ford and Group One Saloon Sports cars.
He saw James Hunt win his first Formula One race for Heskith Racing at Zandvoort in 1975. Not until 2001 when he was a pupil at the Laguna Seca Skip Barber Race School, did his passion for driving race cars take hold.
From 2001 until 2012, driving as a non-professional, Stephen competed in vintage racing with CVAR in the Southwest. He won CVAR’s Formula Ford and Formula Atlantic Championships during 2005 and 2008 respectively.
Stephen is the founder of the VRL (www.thevrl.com) an online community for people who love racing and cars. The VRL’s objective is to use the content management attributes and converging mechanism functionality of its online community to collect archival information on the 3,000 plus manufacturers of car marques since 1895, ultimately building a Global Museum of Automotive History (www.gmah.org). As of 2016, VRL members have contributed 40,000 plus unique images, videos and comments to the archive.