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GT & Sports Car Cup

Balancing the attraction for UK-based competitors and channel-hopping visitors are returns to the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit for the Equipe Summer Classic and Castle Combe’s Autumn Classic, named 2023 Event of the Year in the Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards.

GTSCC’s Sporting Heritage

GTSCC races have always been open to invited owner-drivers with charismatic Grand Touring cars, showcasing marques and models raced internationally to December 31, 1965, and sports racing cars built and raced until the end of 1962. Since last season, Pre-’66 Touring Cars running to homologated FIA Appendix K specification have been admitted too, which may inspire Abarth racers to challenge the Mini Cooper Ss and Broadspeed GTS derivative in the 1300cc split, Alfa Romeos and BMWs to take on Lotus Cortinas and American V8s to join the fray at Pergusa.

The highest levels of car preparation and conduct on and off track are hallmarks of the GTSCC. By building and enhancing a reputation for zero-contact sport, excellent driving standards and unparalleled camaraderie, we attracted an unprecedented number of family teams in 2023, a proud nuance reflected in the presentation of Royal Automobile Club awards at each round.

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Superformance Ferrari Club Classic

Superformance Ferrari Club Classic

Racers can take part in 12 races across five venues in the UK. There are several classes for road-legal and modified Ferraris up to the era of the 355 challenge including 308, 328, 348, 355, 456, 550, Mondial and more!

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Historic Racing Drivers Club


The HRDC returns to Castle Combe which, like Goodwood, is one of the last remaining, virtually unchanged circuits that started in the early 1950s. The circuit is both a challenging and immensely rewarding one to race an historic car – as it was back in the day! Fast and flowing, its characteristics are similar to both Goodwood and Thruxton – all three being virtually unchanged since being converted to racing from WW2 airfield perimeter roads.

The HRDC will field all four of its Series at the coveted ‘Autumn Classic’ meeting in September where the ‘Jack Sears Trophy, ‘Dunlop Allstars’, ‘Classic Alfa Challenge’ and the ‘Gerry Marshall Trophy’ will be featured at this iconic meeting.

Make sure you get this ‘must do’ date in the diary!

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Mini 7 Racing Club & Mini Miglias

Welcome to the Mini 7 Racing Club

Since the first Formula Mini Se7en race at Brands Hatch in 1966, the Mini 7 Racing Club has remained a favourite for drivers, race commentators and spectators alike.

The cars offer excellent value for money, with plenty of overtaking opportunities and a turn of speed that can surprise and often outpace many modern alternatives.

Four individual race series allow you to prepare a car to best suit your skill and budget. Super-close racing is guaranteed thanks to a carefully developed set of regulations that ensure a level playing field.


Rounds 14&15 – Castle Combe | Mini7 Racing Club

Off track, the club has a friendly family atmosphere where everyone is made welcome, from novice drivers just starting out to seasoned professionals.

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Prior to the founding of FISCAR in 2011, most of the historic marques that competed in the fifties had their own well established clubs. However, co-ordinating activities to attain really good grids of compatible and suitably competitive cars had proved to be somewhat difficult!


The Fifties Sports Car Racing Club is not a substitute for those individual single marque clubs, but was established to complement their activities and pull all the strands together. The Team Racing concept, developed successfully over the last few years by enthusiast Mark Campbell, continues as a cornerstone of our ‘mission’.

Many other series cater for cars of this period, but they also tend to include cars from the 1960s, or include cars that have “Out of Period modifications” . The Fifties Sports Car Racing Club main series are specifically for GT and production cars that raced in period and are still prepared to the same specifications. Our cars race on period rubber and are close to the way they were in their day.

We host races at some of the leading Club racing events in the UK calendar, notably with the VSCC, the hugely popular Castle Combe Autumn Classic and the Annual BDC meeting at Silverstone.

In conjunction with the ‘Team Captains’ of the various marques, we have drawn up a list of ‘eligible cars’. Go to the “Series Info/eligible cars” section to see the list, or to “Join Us” for a membership application form.

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Historic Sports Car Club

The HSCC organises a full season of racing at some of the country’s leading circuits as well as hosting races internationally.


At Castle Combe

One important reminder, to enter HSCC races you have to be a racing member of the HSCC. If you are looking to run in just a single race give us a call and we’ll go through our Basic Racing Membership option. If you are about to have your first ever race talk to us about our Novice scheme.

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Ecurie Classic Racing


Ecurie Classic Racing is made for enthusiasts of true historic club motorsport. We offer a return to safe, fun, and affordable racing for drivers of all levels and backgrounds. Our race series is aimed at pre-1966 sports and GT cars up to 2700cc with exceptions by invitation. We maintain grids that are varied yet competitively balanced and modest in size.

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