CSCC – Classic Sports Car Club
The CSCC [Classic Sports Car Club] was set up in 2001 by enthusiast racers who wanted to offer racing at grass roots level and since then has grown to over 600 members and runs over 10 race weekends each year.
Along with a full national race programme they also invite their members to attend some european race weekends.
The CSCC are proud to announce a new series for 2010 the CSCC Classic ‘K’ Series. This series is open to GT and Touring cars built prior to 31 December 1965, which have, as a model international competition history in period. Regulations are as per FIA Appendix ‘K’, namely full period international racing specification in accordance with manufacturer’s homologation forms. All vehicles should have an FIA Historic Technical Passport. Alternatively an entrant may apply for a CSCC VIF form and race, provided the car is approved as being the appropriate specification by the eligibility scrutineer. Only 4 and 6 cylinder cars are eligible for the series, although drum braked V8 cars from period E (pre 1961) may be considered in this class on condition they use Dunlop ‘L’ section tyres.
Further changes for 2010 are that all outright race winning cars will have a 30 seconds timed pit lane penalty during the driver change window when it next enters a race. This is to be served in a designated area after the usual pitstop manouevre has been completed. Subsequent wins will incur an extra 30 seconds penalty. These penalties are to remain throughout the 2010 season.
The provisional 2010 calendar is available now, including races at Snetterton, Brands Hatch (Indy), Anglesey, Oulton Park, Nürburgring, Spa Franchorchamps, Silverstone (national circuit), Cadwell Park and Mallory Park.
Note: Continental racers who would be potentially interested to race in England, should be aware that events are most often restricted to one day events and circuit time to 30 min’s per event.> Classic Sports Car Club (official website) > Classic Sports Car Club (photo gallery)