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Red Letter Day for the VSCC and Brands Hatch

Image - Brands Hatch 1960 © The Francis Frith Collection

24 August 2019 - will be a red letter day in the story of both Brands Hatch and the Vintage Sports-Car Club as, for the first time in both their histories, they come together to stage a spectacular extravaganza of motoring prowess; never before has a full vintage race meeting or speed event tackled the famed cambers, dips, hills and corners of the Indy circuit in what promises to be a truly unforgettable day of motorsport.

Over the years, Brands Hatch has hosted names such as Stirling Moss, Jim Clark, Barry Sheene, Jack Brabham, Ayrton Senna, Jenson Button, Carl Fogarty and Lewis Hamilton as they each made their respective journeys to the pinnacle of success in their various sports and disciplines. Nigel Mansell claimed his first Grand Prix victory here, one of the twelve Grands Prix that were held here between 1964 and 1986, as well as taking the Formula One World Championship here in 1986.


The Grand Prix loop, was opened on August Bank Holiday in 1960.

 

It’s time for the one and only VSCC Pomeroy Trophy – this weekend at Silverstone

The only VSCC event open to all Pre- and Post-war cars (to capacity restrictions) takes its traditional February slot at Silverstone – always th...


published 4 years ago

BONHAMS DENMARK SALE ACHIEVES MULTIPLE AUCTION RECORDS AS FREDERIKSEN COLLECTION SOARS

The auction included the 1930 Duesenberg Model J Disappearing Top Roadster, sold for DKK 17,825,000 (£1,764,675), now the most valuable c...


published 4 years ago

February issue of Classic and Competition Car

This issue features a comprehensive report from the Autosport International Racing Car and Piston Heads Performance Car Shows at the NEC plus the New ...


published 7 years ago