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.
Silverstone Auctions are offering for sale at the Classic Motor Show (NEC) this ex-works Triumph TR2 for sale PKV 374 driven in period by Leslie Brookes and Mortimer Morris-Goodall to 19th place in the 1955 Le Mans 24 Hours race and for a long time was the sole surviving works car.
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.
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:
The Concours of Elegance celebrated another weekend of motoring royalty, welcoming over 10,000 automotive enthusiasts and around 1000 incredible cars into the spectacular gardens of Hampton Court Palace.
2019 Salon Privé reaffirmed its place as the UK’s premier Concours d’Elégance, show casing some of the world’s rarest and most spectacular classic cars and motorcycles all weekend all in the breath-taking backdrop of Blenheim Palace.
On Thursday, press were invited to a selection of modern super and hypercar reveals all brilliantly orchestrated in a ‘generation game’ style format.
With just 272 miles registered on its odometer, the 1968 Mk1 Morris Minor-Mini Super De Luxe is offered as it would have been delivered more than 50 years ago, with even the plastic seat covers fitted and intact.
Bentley is celebrating the 50th working anniversary of its longest-serving employee this month. Noel Thompson, a coach-trimmer at the headquarters of Bentley Motors in Crewe, England, began working for the world’s leading luxury automotive brand on 1st September 1969, when he was 16 years old.