Pit Lane News
Race and rally reporting and news about who is racing what, where and when from the classic racing scene.
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:
Navigating your way about this marathon retro show can be a minefield, however we everything you need to know for enjoying the forthcoming weekend right here including what’s on when, where, who’s driving what car, and how to find your way about:
A capacity field of 38 cars will contest rounds nine and ten of the HSCC’s Historic Formula 2 FIA International Series at this weekend’s Zandvoort Historic Grand Prix (6-8 September).
On 24 August 2019 the Vintage Sports Car Club hosted Round 5 of their Formula Vintage race events marking their 85th Anniversary by visiting Brands Hatch for the very first time. John Retter captures the mood.
The Historic Sports Car Club’s season moved to the fabulous Oulton Park circuit in Cheshire over the August Bank Holiday weekend (24-26 August) for the annual Gold Cup historic race meeting.
The Historic Sports Car Club’s season continued at the Croft circuit in North Yorkshire over the weekend (3/4 August) as nine of the Club’s categories provided some entertaining racing during the annual Retro and Classic Weekend.
Silverstone Classic was another marathon weekend of superb historic motorsport, marred somewhat by the extremes in weather which descended on Silverstone over the weekend – with sweltering 40′ heat on Thursday for set-up and testing, and then torrential down pours on Saturday morning’s feature races.
This weekend’s sizzling Silverstone Classic (26-28 July) is looking to be the biggest and best yet – with so much scheduled we bring you a quick ‘must not miss’ guide to help you through this marathon classic motor racing festival.
The Historic Sports Car Club will provide the grids for six of the races at this weekend’s Silverstone Classic (July 26-28) as the Club’s Historic Formula 2, Classic Formula 3 and Thundersports series feature at the biggest historic racing festival of the season.