We are pleased to reveal next year's CSCC provisional calendar to you.
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A return to Spa, not once, but twice!
Two days at Silverstone, one of which is racing on the full Grand Prix circuit.
A change from how we typically begin the season, with a track day, followed by a test day and the first round starting at Donington Park.
Two days at Brands Hatch, with a large crowd enjoying the focussed celebration of all things British, on the Bank Holiday Monday.
Picturesque Anglesey remains on the calendar, this time in a more conventional format, on the popular Coastal layout.
Snetterton moves to late in the season, just for a change.
WOSP New Millennium and Lohen Turbo Tin Tops support the GT World Challenge meeting, on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix layout.
Adams & Page Swinging 60s cars to take part in the brilliant Thruxton Historic event.
The JMC Racing Special Saloons & Modsports have been invited back to the Gold Cup for a third successive year. We will look to build on the last two years' strong grids.
So 'what's missing'?
Well, we'd have been at Castle Combe if a date had been offered to us. Mallory Park and Cadwell Park take a break, having raced there within the last two seasons. We will re-visit the 'faraway' rounds, like Croft, Knockhill, Pembrey etc. in future years. We mutually agreed to race at Thruxton for just one day, given that they kindly invited our Adams & Page Swinging 60s to race at their prestigious Historic meeting. Le Mans Bugatti remains on our wish list, but was once again unavailable to our friends at HVM in 2024. In any case, the circuit is now requesting a low noise limit for club racing, making it very difficult for our cars to conform. We are looking at other overseas rounds for future years, but felt that Spa was much missed and the opportunity to take our classics to the Six Hours meeting too good to refuse.
Which rounds/day(s) is my series/championship racing? Considerable work goes into the detailed calendar, piecing together who goes where and on which day. Please be patient for a few more weeks, whilst we finalise these details.
Later in November we will invite our valued Marshals and Officials to fill out an online availability form for the new season. Then, in early December we aim to open up registrations for drivers.
Until then, look out for more exciting news over the coming weeks, including new CSCC championships, where we plan to live-stream, and small changes and improvements to regulations.