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The fastest circuit in the UK is open for CSCC entries

Yes, Thruxton welcomes the Classic Sports Car Club back for its ninth consecutive year. We have a single race day, that will be popular, on Saturday 18th May. Entries opened today, Wednesday 3rd April, at midday.

With easy access from the M3/A303, the friendliest of staff, a spacious paddock and great viewing from the Thruxton Centre, it's not all about the track. What a ribbon of tarmac it is though, a real test of bravery and commitment, but oh so rewarding when you thread together that perfect lap. A choice of lines through sweeping corners, speed building to Church. Don't run wide, perhaps pick up a slip-stream and nail the braking for the chicane. Breathe for a second as you cross the startline and it starts all over again.

In action at this meeting (in no particular order) are:

Ramair BMW Championship Verum Builders Open Series Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens JMC Racing Special Saloons & Modsports Advantage Motorsport Future Classics MG Trophy Liqui Moly Slicks Series Berkshire Jag Components Jaguar Championship Co-ordSport Tin Tops Modern Classics Puma Cup

Our 1970s and 1980s Advantage Motorsport Future Classics will have a change of format for this one, with two sprint races alongside our JMC Racing Special Saloons & Modsports cars, from a similar era.

Our Adams & Page Swinging 60s series take part on 23rd June, at the Thruxton Historic meeting.

Members who have registered their cars can either enter online, or by using the entry form on our event page:

We recommend entering early to avoid disappointment.

A provisional Timetable is available on the event page.

Testing There is no testing at Thruxton, due to local planning restrictions, however, Motorsport Events have a handful of places left on their 29th April track day. Be aware this is for quiet cars only:




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