Welcome to the Classic Sports Car Club
The 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 800
members and runs more than ten race weekends each year. Along
with a full national race programme we also invite our members
to attend european race weekends.
We organise six race series' of our
own, and invite you to browse this site for further information.
On-line race entry available NOW!
new race series for 2013, "Modern Classics"
"Modern Classics" is a development
of the German car only series "Deutsche Marque"
which this series will replace.
"Modern Classics" will be for all makes of production
saloon & hatchback (above 2 litres) and all production
GT and sportscars in production up to 1 Jan 2000 of any engine
capacity. Sub-2 litre forced induction saloons and hatchbacks
will be allowed as they are excluded from the Tin Tops Series.
In addition to the German Marques previously raced in “Deutsche
Marque”, the Series will welcome cars such as the Lotus
Elise, Mazda MX5, Fiat Coupe, Subaru Impreza, Alfa Romeo V6,
Ginetta G20, Vauxhall Vectra V6 and TVR to name but a few.
Some slightly later cars may be allowed at the discretion
of the committee if deemed to be in the spirit of the series,
such as the later Porsche Boxsters, forced induction BMW Minis
and Fiat 500 Abarths. Lotus 7-type cars are already catered
for by the clubs "Magnificent Sevens" series so
will not be eligible.
The eligibility rules will be simple, to encourage wide participation,
as in all CSCC Series.
Run their original production silhouette.
Run their original type of engine and gearbox.
Run their original type of induction.
Run on MSA List 1a or 1b tyres.
Cars may only run standard types of spoiler or splitter originally
fitted to the production model. Limited motorsport edition
spoilers, splitters and wheelarch extensions will not be allowed.
There are no restrictions on engine internals, brakes, wheels,
suspension, etc. though cars must comply with current MSA
The CSCC “Deutsche Marque” series has been almost
entirely populated by cars of the 1990s and was in fact started
due to demand from owners of cars that were too young to run
in the CSCC Future Classics. This series is a logical progression
for the CSCC to open up the series to makes from other countries
and all the currently registered Deutsche Marque cars will
be eligible for Modern Classics as long as they still comply
with the eligibility rules.
Races will run to the usual CSCC format one or two drivers,
40 minute pitstop races at all our 2013 meetings. There will
also be the opportunity to race at Spa.