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Glorious Sunshine And A New Class 3 Record At Wiscombe

111 competitors basked under glorious sunshine in front of a large crowd of spectators at one of the most picturesque events on the VSCC calendar.A glorious day at Wiscombe Park on Sunday which saw 111 pre and post war, vintage and Edwardian cars tackle the hill in front a large crowd of spectators.  Fastest Time of the Day went to Ian Baxter in his 1937 Alta 61 I.S. with 47.54 seconds, whilst Charlie Martin in Justin Maeers' 1930/28 Morgan RIP Special took the honours for Fastest Vintage with 48.84 seconds (0.02 seconds shy of the class record).  Eddie Williams, in Charles Gillett's 1929 Frazer Nash Super Sports, set a new Class 3 record and took the title of Fastest Young Driver with a time of 50.19.  A day of vintage motoring at its best! For full results please click here

October Newsletter

Log in with your membership number and PIN and click on the NEWS menu and then click on NEWSLETTERS on the left hand menu...

published 6 years ago

Measham Night Rally Kicks Off VSCC Calendar

Almost fifty Members and their pre-1939 motor cars set out to test the drivers' fortitude, navigational prowess and car strength posed by the over...

published one year ago

The Third Round of Formula Vintage was held at Cadwell Park

 Race 1 – The Geoghegan Trophy Race for Standard & Modified Pre-war Sports Cars  Starting from pole, Eddie Williams in his Frazer...

published 2 years ago