The CSCC Team
We are a friendly group of enthusiasts, made up of full time office staff and many valued volunteers who make up the Classic Sports Car Club Committee.
Joined the club in 2006
Raced in Tin Tops, Swinging Sixties and the Birkett, at Spa Francorchamps and the Nurburgring. In the process of building a Mini Marcos to race again.
Founded a vehicle filming business (years before Go Pros took over the world), filming Fernando Alonso at McLaren as well as events around Europe on the road and track. Has worked for Virgin and Toyota, and qualified as an ARDS Instructor. Wrote a book about BMW Z4.
David currently races a Mazda RX-8 Trophy, sprints a Corvette C6 and guest drives other cars.
Cars - Has raced Caterham, Porsche, Lotus, BMW Mini, Mazda, Austin-Healey and BMW.
Hannah GardinAdministrator/Race Secretary
Joined the Club in January 2015
Having studied Vehicle Repair and Motorsport Technology, she went on to work for Peugeot, BMW, Ferrari and Maserati before joining the CSCC team.
After volunteering as a Motorsport Marshal for 9 years and having the opportunity to marshal at the Nurburgring and the Yas Marina circuit, Abu Dhabi, she has now moved to the other side of the barrier and races her BMW MINI Cooper S.
Arron GroombridgeMotorsport Assistant/Officials Co-ordinator
A penniless history degree student means road car experience has been limited to two MK1 Ford Focuses. Confident he holds the record for the most amount of punctures and wheel bearing failures suffered for that particular model!
Arron has a soft spot for most forms of motorsport, in particular endurance sports car racing. Road car wise, most 1970s/1980s luxury saloon & GT cars do the trick, or a current Volvo S90.
Club Committee and Representatives
Joined the club in 2009
Racing career started in 1977 in one make Escorts, since then raced just about everything with wheels on it! Currently competing in Future Classics and Tin Tops.
Was a chartered engineer, now retired but owned and ran Aintree Racing Drivers School Ltd.
ARDS 'S' Grade Instructor
Lisa SelbySocial Secretary and Artwork Designer
Lisa races her Ford Puma with partner Toby Harris, within CSCC Tin Tops.
Chris BlewettAdams & Page Swinging Sixties Group 2 Driver Representative
Chris has raced with the CSCC for more than 10 years now and has enjoyed 9 years racing within the Swinging Sixties series.
Chris now races his Ginetta G4 in the Mintex Classic K series.
Malcolm JohnsonAdams & Page Swinging Sixties Group 1 Driver Representative.
I have held a competition licence since the age of 17 (1973) and been involved in motorsport ever since. I started in grass roots motorsport
including autotests, road rallies & hill climbs, later sprinting my road going Fiat 128 Coupe,
winning the BARC championship in 1980. I
competed in stage rallies until the cost became too much, then switched to the circuits in the mid 1980’s. I started competing in historics in 2005.
Toby HarrisRSV Graphics New Millennium Driver Representative
Toby also races with his partner Lisa Selby in their Ford Puma within Tin Tops.
Tony RushforthVice Chairman
Prior to this he was the first co-ordinator of the Tin Tops series, having developed the format in conjunction with CSCC founders Richard Wos and Richard Culverhouse.
Tony's motorsport started in 1973, road rallying a Mk1 Cortina, followed by road and stage rallying in Mini's.
VIPs, friends and former colleagues of the CSCC
Mike HarrisMike is our Chief Scrutineer
He is hugely experienced having worked at all levels of motorsport all over the world, including F1 and WRC.
Ros GunningRos was our Secretary Of The Meeting for many years. A superb employee who witnessed the growth of the club from just one series up until retiring in 2017.
Philip RothwellPhilip was an experienced classic car racer and committee member. He was sadly lost to us late in 2017, he is missed by competitors and committee alike.
Jem MarshJem was our former Club President.
Jem is best known as the co-founder of Marcos cars.
May he rest in peace.
Lorna ElliottLorna (1) carried out the book keeping for the CSCC for many years, before retiring at the end of the 2019 season.