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Monday 05 June 2017

The Brooklands Double Twelve Motorsport Festival 2017 - Last Call for Entries!

Entries close at the end of day for the 2017 Brooklands Double Twelve Motorsport Festival, as tradition jointly organized again by Brooklands Museum and the Vintage Sports-Car Club, which will take place on 17/18 June.
This year’s edition of the celebrated annual motoring event will be marked by the grand re-opening of the restored ‘Finishing Straight’ of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit on the Saturday, 110 years to the day since the track was originally opened (CLICK HERE to read more).
Alongside this historic occasion, the weekend will incorporate the traditional motorsport elements coordinated by the VSCC, including Saturday’s VSCC Speed Trials, Sunday’s Double Twelve Driving Tests and the Double Twelve Concours across both day.
The closing deadline for this year’s event is fast-approaching with entries closing on Monday 5 June so if you would like to be a part of the revered Double Twelve competition, don't delay and submit your entries now.

The well-established format of three separate competitive events, with aggregate scores from any two going towards overall Double Twelve awards, continues.
The structure of the competitions allows entrants to choose which elements best suit them and their vehicle across both days making full use of the historic terrain at Brooklands and the circuit at neighbouring venue Mercedes-Benz World. All three competitions will have their own individual awards, in addition to the aggregate Double Twelve trophies.
The classes within each competition are structured to give all ages of car from veterans to 1980s classics, and all types from nimble sports cars and thoroughbred racers to stately tourers, an equal chance of picking up an award, making this a very inclusive weekend for Competitors, and an enthralling one for Spectators.
Saturday’s Speed Trials are strictly for Pre-war cars and this year will form another round of the VSCC’s MSA-registered Speed Championship this year; the Driving Tests and Concours are open to vehicles up to the 1970s, and include classes for vehicles of a type that could have raced at Brooklands had the track re-opened after the Second World War, such as Jaguar XK120s and AC Cobras.
Each event will have its own class and overall winners, but to qualify for a Brooklands Double Twelve award, an entrant must compete in any two of the three events and the combined scores of these will decide their Double Twelve placing.
All the up-to-date Festival information can be found on the Double Twelve page at Entrants are offered the exclusive use of a hospitality area in the charming, period splendour of the Edwardian Clubhouse, the chance to drive on motoring ‘hallowed ground’ and when competing, and will be in the capable hands of the VSCC and Brooklands Marshals.
In addition to the competitive events, there is a list of other attractions throughout the weekend. The ever-popular Test Hill Challenge will be running on both days, providing much merriment as it invites practically anything on wheels (or legs) to reach the summit of that most famous peak, including the infamous car pull by local Air Cadets. There will also be a Family Activity area and countless Car Clubs will be coming along to showcase their cars.
The weekend will culminate in the prize-giving ceremony in the main Paddock on the Sunday. For spectators, a day ticket gives access to all areas on both sites, Paddock and grandstand views along with the Museums exhibits, collections and facilities.
Spectator Tickets will be at the normal Museum admission prices of £11 for adults, £10 for Seniors and Students, £6 for Children (aged 5-16) and £30 for a Family ticket admitting 2 adults and up to 3 children. The Concorde Experience is £5 for adults and £3 for children, and rides in the 4D Theatre, including the Napier-Railton Experience, are £4 for adults and £2 for children. Visit for more information.
For more information about the competitive events, please contact the VSCC Competitions Department at or call 01608 644777 Ext 4, 5 or 6 or for the Test Hill Challenge and other attractions, call Steve Castle, Head of Track & Air Events at the Museum at or call 01932 857381 ext 244.
Download Regulations and Entry Forms at the VSCC event pages via the links below, the latter to print, complete and return to the VSCC Office (post/email/fax accepted). There is a combined Entry Form for the Driving Test and Concours events.
Alternatively, VSCC Members can enter online for each of the individual events (remember you will need to know the Buff Form number of the car you wish to enter and have a current payment card registered with the Club to use the online entry facility):
CLICK HERE for the Double Twelve Speed Trials event page

CLICK HERE for the Double Twelve Driving Tests event page

CLICK HERE for the Double Twelve Concours event page

The 2017 Double Twelve Speed Trials
Class 1             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars up to 750cc unsupercharged.
Class 2             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars 751-1100cc unsupercharged, and up to 750 cc supercharged.
Class 3             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars* 1101-1500cc unsupercharged and up to 1100cc supercharged.
Class 4             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars 1501-2000cc unsupercharged and up to 1500cc supercharged.
Class 5             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars 2001-3000cc unsupercharged and up to 2000cc supercharged.
Class 6             Standard & Modified Sports-Cars and Saloon cars over 3000cc unsupercharged and over 2000cc supercharged.
Class 7             Edwardian automobile-engined Cars.
Class 8             Special Sports-Cars and Saloon cars up to 1100cc, unsupercharged and up to 750 cc supercharged.
Class 9             Special Sports-Cars and Saloon cars 1101-1500cc unsupercharged and up to 1100cc supercharged.
Class 10           Special Sports-Cars and Saloon cars 1501-3000cc unsupercharged and up to 2250cc supercharged.
Class 11           Special Sports-Cars and Saloon cars over 3000cc unsupercharged and over 2250cc supercharged.
Class 12           Non automobile-engined Edwardian Cars.
Class 13           Pre-1941 Racing Cars up to 1100cc
Class 14           Pre-1941 Racing Cars 1101-1500cc
Class 15           Pre-1941 Racing Cars 1501-3000cc
Class 16           Pre-1941 Racing Cars over 3000cc
The 2017 Double Twelve Driving Tests
Class 1             Veteran & Edwardian Cars
Class 2             Pre-war Touring Cars
Class 3             Pre-war Sports-Cars
Class 4             Pre-war Cyclecars & ‘Oddities’
Class 5             Post-war Short Wheelbase Sports-Cars (Under 7’0”)
Class 6             Post-war Short Wheelbase Saloons (Under 7’6”)
Class 7             Post-war Mid-length Wheelbase Sport-Cars (7’00” to 8’00”)*
Class 8             Post-war Mid-length Wheelbase Saloons (7’6” to 8’6”)
Class 9             Post-war Long Wheelbase Sports-Cars (over 8’)
Class 10           Post-war Long Wheelbase Saloons (over 8’6”)
The 2017 Double Twelve Concours
Class A             'The Grand Tour' Pre-War (touring cars from 1918-1939)
Class B             'The Grand Tour' Post-War (touring cars from 1945-1987)
Class C             The Great War Remembered (Veteran and Edwardian cars to 1918)
Class D            Historic Brooklands Vintage Sports-Cars (cars with actual Brooklands competition history)
Class E             Historic Brooklands Post-Vintage Thoroughbred Cars (cars with actual Brooklands competition history)
Class F             Spirit of Brooklands Pre-War (cars of the Brooklands era without specific Brooklands history)
Class G            Spirit of Brooklands Post-war (cars that might have raced at Brooklands 1945-1987)



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