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The Vintage Sports-Car Club is for anyone who has passion for vintage cars. Alongside many Motorsport UK permitted event including race meetings, sprints and hillclimbs, trials, rallies and tours, our Club offers social activities including local pub meetings called natter and noggins.
You don’t have to own a vintage car to be a member – you don’t even have to have a driving licence! There are lots of opportunities to join in the fun, you can also be involved as a marshal or spectator. For those wishing to join the Club for more social, rather than competitive, reasons we have a network of local pub meets (Natter & Noggins) and various other social activities across the country. 
Alongside the opportunity to support one of the premier historic motoring clubs, there are a number of member benefits listed below.

The Club

The Vintage Sports-Car Club was formed in 1934 by a group of five founder members ‘to provide competitive events for cars five years old or more and social events for members’. Initially the age cut off for eligible cars was intended to be a rolling five years but this changed very quickly. In 1936 this was changed to any cars manufacturer prior to December 31st 1930 as the members felt this date marked a shift towards mass market sports car which were not desirable. Since then the Club has recognised Post Vintage Thouroughbreds which were manufactured later but still have the workmanship recognised as desirable. These designations were adopted by the governing body, then the Royal Automobile Club and are still in place today.


The Club organises almost 50 events a year so whether you want to see cars raced or driven, there really is something for everyone.
Trials and AutoSolos make fantastic introduction events and we are very proud to have an active and engaged young membership, their competitive efforts are recognised each year in the award of the Rowley Trophy for members under 23 years old.

To find out more about upcoming events please click on events .

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New members receive a special welcome pack including the latest editions of the Bulletin and Newsletter, a welcome booklet, letter from the President, VSCC pen, VSCC sticker and with Junior (16 and under) membership just £11 and Young (30 and under) membership just £53 is a great gift idea for the family member who has everything. Go to our membership page to join now.


More details on Club publications can be found here.

The Newsletter is a valuable source of results information, classified adverts (members can advertise for free), Club information, changes in MSUK regulations, social activities etc.

An award-winning publication that showcases and reports on our events, sent to members every three months. This is the place to read about a member’s tour of Australia or Russia, learn about notable figures and icons in the vintage motoring world and relive some of the highlights of the Club’s long history.  The Bulletin’s sister publication, The Advertiser, offers contributors access to some 6,000 vintage enthusiasts across the globe and, for members, is a valuable resource to keep their cars running smoothly.

The Bulletin Advertiser is included with the quarterly Bulletin and is mailed to the all Full, Overseas and Young members.

News Sheet:
The VSCC News Sheet is the Club's online weekly publication which is emailed to all subscribing members every Thursday.


Discounted tickets are available for most events and must be purchased in advance.

Membership offers discounts with a number of partner organisations including insurers, vintners, book publishers, recovery services, auction houses and vintage car dealers. More details can be found here.

Access to our Forum where there is a comprehensive Technical section alongside discussion on our events and other matters of interest to members.

Access to the Club’s extensive Library, a second-to-none vintage motoring resource built up from members’ contributions over decades.