Classic and Competition Car

Classic and Competition Car 109 October 2019

Classic and Competition Car 109 October 2019
Classic and Competition Car 109 October 2019

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In the current issue.
In our 9th Birthday issue, we have reports from all kinds of events. We cannot replace Autosport or Motorsport News but we do cover selected club race meetings in the UK, plus some sprints and Hill climbs as well as selected international events in the UK.
The new World Endurance Championship season started at Silverstone with the new, shorter, Silverstone 4 Hours, plus the latest ELMS race the 4 Hours of Silverstone. Also, Silverstone was the venue for the GT International Open race meeting which saw Billy Monger race on home soil in the Euroformula Open single-seater race.
Moving to the other side of the World we cover the Muscle Car Masters weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park in Australia.
Closer to home we have reports from the British GT Finale, held at Donington Park, along with the latest round of the British F3 Championship. The BARC race meeting at Mallory Park, featuring Pickup truck racing around the Mallory Park oval, saw some very close racing. For Northern racing fans, the Oulton Park Gold Cup, organised by the HSCC, is one of the major highlights of the season. Meanwhile, the 750 Motorclub held an 80th Anniversary race meeting around their home circuit of Donington Park. The Classic Touring Car Championship also raced at Donington Park in the BARC race meeting.
The Vintage Sports Car Club (VSCC) held their Speed Championship round at the Loton Park Hill Climb course near Shrewsbury.
Away from competition, we have reports from the Webbs Garden Centre annual Motor Show, the last of this year’s Footman James Coffee and Chrome meetings at Chateau Impney and from another sucessful Wheels on Wednesday meeting at Shepley Gardens, near Worcester.
Finally, we were at the unveiling of a fantastic new Michael Turner painting of Sir Jackie Stewart driving the Rover-BRM turbine car at the 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours race, at the British Motor Museum.
Plus all our News and regular features

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