I think Paul Seitz was the brother of Phil Seitz - both sons of Burke Seitz, who raced and entered Corvettes in the fifties for Gorries Chevrolet in Toronto, the family business. See:
Edit: Could Burke have been one of the brothers?
Canada Track & Traffic, December 1968, Page 49:
ELVA BMW Mk.8 - Spectacular looks and
as new condition, spares. Contact: Paul
Seitz, Suite 1608, 2 Carlton Street, Toronto
2, Ontario. 416-363-9391, days.
Toronto Daily Star, May 21, 1969, Page 18:
About eight Canadian Formula A cars will contest the
series, although at least three of them won't be on hand
until the third race at Edmonton, June 22.
One of the late entries will be driven by Cordts. He's
landed a Brabham, powered by a Coventry-Climax, "four
banger" engine. Paul Seitz is the car's owner.
"The car is in England now, having some work done
on it," Cordts said. "I know it isn't a world-beater, but, at
least, I'll have a go at the series."
Toronto Daily Star, Sep 10, 1969, Page 32:
Cordts will drive a Brabham-Coventry-Climax, owned
by Paul Seitz of Toronto. He handled the car in last week's
Continental Championship race at Ste. Jovite.
The Globe and Mail, June 22, 1970, Page 23:
Harewood Acres, Ontario, June 20, 1970.
"Al Pease of Toronto won two [races] in the Paul Seitz Brabham Formula A car..."
Rockcliffe Airport, Ottawa Grand Prix, July 1, 1970
Al Pease, Brabham BT23B, Seitz Racing, DNF, ret'd lap 13.
See also: Mosport Park, Oct 11, 1970.
Edited by Rupertlt1, 28 September 2014 - 21:06.