Donington Park will feature split grids for the Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens. There will be a race each for groups 1 and 2 allowing the lower powered group 1 cars to battle it out for overall position. Each meeting so far this season has been a shared grid due to time restrictions, but with more track time available at Donington it gives us the opportunity to split. Therefore, splitting the grids will not only allow groups 1 and 2 to race separately but allows more competitors to race, with a grid capacity of 40 cars.
The CSCC will be putting on a Hog Roast on the evening of Saturday 17th September at our Cadwell Park race meeting. This will be provided for all Competitors (whether racing on Saturday or Sunday), Marshals and Officials. More details will follow in Classic Lines and in the Final Instructions for the event.
Cadwell Park also sees us welcome our friends from the TR Competition who will be travelling over from the continent to be with us. They have raced with us at Donington in the past and asked if they could join us at Cadwell Park after watching racing on YouTube!
Cadwell Park will see the first Nextec Dunlop Puma Cup stand alone race since the series began.
By the time we reach Cadwell Park, the Nextec Dunlop Puma Cup will have raced with the CSCC at Snetterton, Silverstone, Thruxton and Donington Park. This season they have shared a grid with the CSCC New Millennium series having a 'race within a race'.