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1941 Beetle: Number 20 out of 21 million

1941 Beetle: Number 20 out of 21 million

Number 20… Let that just sink in a little and we can explain exactly what it means. If you know a bit about wartime and pre-war ‘Beetles’ then you may have seen older examples. Before this and 19 others, there were only ever prototypes, pre-prototypes and staff vehicles. This car rolled off an actual production […]

2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally heads towards capacity

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2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally heads towards capacity

The initial entry list for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally is rapidly heading towards capacity with 116 crews having placed deposits against entries for the 21-25 November 2019 event. With just over a year to go to the start of the rally, 116 deposits have been paid and at least six more are expected […]

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HSCC to honour Formula 5000 at Autosport International

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HSCC to honour Formula 5000 at Autosport International

The Historic Sports Car Club will celebrate 50 years of Formula 5000 in a spectacular display at Autosport International at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) Birmingham (January 10-13). The Club will mark the 50th anniversary of the UK debut of the spectacular category with a showcase six-car display of the mighty 5-litre single-seaters. Cars from […]

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Classic ReCollection – Rolls Royce Camargue

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Classic ReCollection – Rolls Royce Camargue

Sharing Classic Memories… in this series we ask classiccarmag.net readers… Have you ever driven, owned or even been a passenger in the… The decision to include an alternate two door coupe within its range was taken by the Rolls Royce board back in 1969 but breaking from tradition an option to outsource styling from Crewe […]

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No Yorkshire leg for 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally

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No Yorkshire leg for 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally

The final draft of the route for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally has been confirmed and will not feature a leg into Yorkshire. The organising team had hoped to take the rally back into the Yorkshire forests during the Saturday leg of the 21-25 November rally, but the Forestry Commission Yorkshire Forest District has […]

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Sunshine and superb racing at HSCC Silverstone Finals

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Sunshine and superb racing at HSCC Silverstone Finals

Under glorious autumn sunshine, a weekend of tremendous racing marked the conclusion of the Historic Sports Car Club’s season-long championships during the Club’s Championship Finals Meeting at Silverstone (20/21 October). Across a busy 20-race weekend there was plenty of superb racing as titles were settled and the big winners were Cameron Jackson (Historic Formula Ford), […]

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New Keis Ladies Heated Bodywarmer

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New Keis Ladies Heated Bodywarmer

Tailor-made for women motorcyclists and featuring the latest Micro Carbon Fibre heat technology, the new Keis B501W Premium Heated Ladies Bodywarmer delivers warmth when you need it most without the weight and bulk often associated with heated garments. New for the 2018/19 season, the B501W uses the latest Micro Carbon-fibre heat generation technology for an […]

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F1 journalist joins 70s Road Sports grid

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F1 journalist joins 70s Road Sports grid

Formula 1 journalist Ben Anderson will switch back to racing at Silverstone this Saturday (20 October) to field a Porsche 928 in the final round of the Historic Sports Car Club 70s Road Sports Championship. As Formula 1 editor for Autosport magazine, Anderson is also an accomplished single-seater racer and has raced a variety of […]

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FUCHS RACRMC Historic Asphalt Championship dates announced

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FUCHS RACRMC Historic Asphalt Championship dates announced

The calendar for the 2019 FUCHS Lubricants RACRMC Historic Asphalt Rally Championship has been announced and will cover six events, including three closed-road rallies. For the first time, the schedule includes Rally Tendring and Clacton, which was the first closed-road rally to be run under the new regulations permitting UK mainland motor sport on closed […]

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Mitchell wins at Dijon as Simac takes major F2 prize

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Mitchell wins at Dijon as Simac takes major F2 prize

Ben Mitchell and Robert Simac were the big winners as the Historic Sports Car Club’s Historic Formula 2 FIA International Series finished its 2018 season in style with two fine races from a 26-car field at Dijon-Prenois in France (13/14 October). The high-profile Dijon Motors Cup featured rounds nine and 10 of the season and […]

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