* This Up-Island racer competed out of the Nanaimo area in the late 1950's and early 1960's.
* Commenced his racing career as a car owner and mechanic, then turned his talents into the driving end of the sport.
* His first car was a 1934 Ford Coupe.
* Prior to his driving days, he had notable drivers such as Ray Pottinger wheeling his beautifully-prepared machines.
* In the 1962 season, Nibbs was third in points at the end of the year; he won the Roy White Memorial Race in Victoria and was voted Most Popular Driver for the year.
* He graduated to the Modified Sportsman class of race car in 1963.
* Nibbs competed throughout the Pacific Northwest in his Modified from 1963 to 1965 running the C.A.M.R.A. circuit as well as the local Inter-City Modified circuit.
* Finished the 1965 season in 5th place in the Modified Points Championship. At this time, he retired from active competition.
* Nibbs was convinced to join the Old Time Racers Association (O.T.R.A.) in 1980. He was given a 1934 Ford Coupe which he meticulously restored to look exactly like the original race car which he ran in 1962.
* He competed in his first O.T.R.A. event in June, 1981, and had attended virtually every scheduled Northwest event with this organization until his retirement in the early 1990's.
* In addition to competing and winning a lot of races with this last race car, Nibbs also used his expertise in assisting his fellow racers with the building andrefurbishing of carburetors, distributors and other vital components to keep their performance at a maximum.