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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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Malta Classic Concours d’Elegance 2018

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Malta Classic Concours d’Elegance 2018

The sun came out with a vengeance for the morning’s Concours d’Elegance in the Cathedral Square, Mdina (Friday 12 October) whilst warnings of storms approaching didn’t stop our intrepid photographer Joe Lapira from capturing most of the classics on show; especially for classiccarmag.net . Such is the prestige enjoyed by those obtaining a result at […]

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NEC Classic – Meguiar’s Club Showcase Finalists Revealed

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NEC Classic – Meguiar’s Club Showcase Finalists Revealed

Once again, this year’s Meguiar’s Club Showcase has attracted a fantastic array of classics as the 16 finalists are revealed ahead of the Grand Final at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, at Birmingham’s NEC from the 9-11 November. The Porsche contingent is represented by Paul Howman’s 911 ‘993’ and the 356 of […]

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Mighty Historic F2 grid for Dijon decider

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Mighty Historic F2 grid for Dijon decider

The Historic Sports Car Club’s Historic Formula 2 FIA International Series will wrap up in style with a fabulous 27-car grid for the final two races of the season at Dijon-Prenois in France this weekend (13/14 October). The sight and sound of another fabulous Historic F2 field racing at the three-dimensional former Grand Prix venue […]

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Rare 1968 Ford Anglia is donated to the British Motor Museum!

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Rare 1968 Ford Anglia is donated to the British Motor Museum!

A rare 1968 Ford Anglia 123E Super has been kindly donated to the British Motor Museum by Chris and Michael Gates. The car, which is in fantastic condition with only 32,000 miles on the clock, has been in their family since new and was originally owned by Chris’s Grandmother. It is now located on the […]

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All So Familiar – Anglia Super 1200

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All So Familiar – Anglia Super 1200

Certainly, I am biased as Ford’s Anglia was my first car at 17 and so spending a day with Terry Bray and his 1200 Super brought back great memories; although mine wasn’t as pristine as this, it was my ‘pride & joy’ back in 1980. Several cups of tea offered the chance to find out […]

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