Pit Lane News
Race and rally reporting and news about who is racing what, where and when from the classic racing scene.
Motor Racing Legends is pleased to announce an exciting new grid for the 2020 season – the Sixties Touring Car Challenge. To be run for Group 1 and Group 2 cars that were eligible for the European Touring Car Championship from 1966 to the end of 1969, the series will also encompass the current U2TC grid for pre-’66 cars.
Strong grids, superb racing and an end-of-term atmosphere made the annual Silverstone Finals Meeting from the Historic Sports Car Club a tremendous weekend (19/20 October).
Staff and spectators donned their glad rags and vintage gear last weekend for the annual west country festival of historic racing – Castle Combe Autumn Classic.
There was plenty of heroic action and superb racing away from the main event at this year’s Spa Six Hour we take a look at some of the race highlights.
Silverstone hosted the final AMOC Racing meeting of 2019 on Saturday, October 5th, with a great day of dramatic racing rounding off with the AMOCIntermarque Championship, for so long a staple of British motorsport, titles being decided, Porsche taking the teams’ prize while James Neal and Ryan Hooker claimed the drivers’ honours.
The weather is just one of many challenges faced by competitors in the Spa Six Hour event this year was a toughie.
We report from Garage 15.
Robert Simac, Mark Goodyear, Martin Bullock, Martin O’Connell and Steve Weller were the big winners in the HSCC Historic Formula 2 FIA International Series following the final races of the season at Dijon-Prenois in France (5-7 October).
Cameron Jackson and Adrian Langridge were crowned as champions at Brands Hatch on Saturday (21 September) as the Historic Sports Car Club’s one-day race meeting delivered some first class racing in warm sunshine.
The Historic Sports Car Club has confirmed plans to build on the success of the inaugural Dunlop Saloon Car Cup during the 2020 season.
The Bo’ness Revival is ‘organised by enthusiasts for enthusiasts’ and is bucking the trend in Scotland by just surviving – largely due to its non-profit motive, Keith Mainland reports.
As the curtain closes on the 2019 Goodwood Revival we reflect on another fabulous event comprising fifteen action packed races run over a weekend of blazing sunshine.
There were challenging conditions served up for some, at last weekend’s Zandvoort Historic Grand Prix. Charlie Wooding was there to capture the action, and we take a look at the events results highlights: