The Spa Summer Classic takes place between 23-25 June 2017.
For the latest up to date information please visit www.spasummerclassic.com/en/
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Spa 3 Hours
The CSCC are the UK promoter of the Spa 3 Hours. The Spa 3 Hours first took place in 2016 and following its success will feature again in 2017. The 3 Hours takes place on the Saturday evening, racing into darkness. Cars must conform to FIA Appendix K. The 3 Hours consists of a 45 minute qualifying session and a 3 Hour endurance race for 2 or 3 drivers. More information will be added as soon as it is available.
Every year since 2007 the CSCC has raced at Spa Francorchamps, increasing the number of members it has taken every year. 2017 is the second year the CSCC has been able to offer all its members the opportunity to race at the Spa Summer Classic, a superb event with an atmosphere unmatched anywhere else.
We have four grids at Spa:
- Adams & Page Swinging Sixties and Mintex Classic K
- Inter-series (Tin Tops, Advantage Motorsport Future Classics, Modern Classics and RSV Graphics New Millennium)
- Ardennes Challenge (Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens and Meteor Suspension Open series)
- Spa 3 Hours
Racing at Spa offers a 30 minute qualifying session and 2 x 40 minute races. They are similar to our UK rounds where entries may be either single driver, two drivers sharing a single car, or a two car team racing in relay. Many members camp at the circuit and the price per race is actually cheaper than our UK rounds! If you haven't ever raced at Spa you must add it to your wish list!
In order to join us at Spa, competitors must hold a minimum of a 'National A' Race licence and we ask that you compete in at least two rounds prior to Spa.
The CSCC has a history of taking its members abroad. A trip to Daytona in November 2007 was a success and was followed by a 2nd trip at the end of 2009. We have also been fortunate enough to race at the legendary Nurburgring in Germany. Since 2007 we have been making an annual trip to Spa in Belgium.