Launched in 2010, the Stirling Moss Trophy is where the world’s most iconic 1950s sports-racing cars come to race. Entry is open to pre-1961 cars, with an expectation of driving standards which are both gentlemanly and highly competitive.
Motor Racing Legend’s longest running series, the Pre-War Sports Car series is open to all sports cars built before 1941. Cars must be close to original production specification running in road-trim with wings and lights.
Historic Touring Car Challenge (HTCC) with Tony Dron Trophy
Eligible for Touring Cars which raced in the British and European Touring Car Championships between 1966 and 1990. HTCC is for Group 5 cars up to 1969, Group 2 cars up to 1981 and Group A cars post ’81 up to December 1990 – covering all normally-aspirated cars and post-’85 turbo-charged cars up to 1600cc. The Tony Dron Trophy is for Group 1 cars.
Races are open to all Pre-63 Sports and GT cars and are usually an hour long with a pit stop for 2 drivers. The Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy for Historic Cars is a prestigious trophy presented by the Royal Automobile Club to the winner of the Pre ’63 GT race at the Silverstone Classic.
Motor Racing Legends is the name behind five highly prestigious historic racing series: the Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy, the Stirling Moss Trophy, the Motor Racing Legends Pre-War Sports Car Series, the Historic Touring Car Challenge and the Tony Dron Trophy. In 2019, MRL took over the promotion and organisation of a further two series – U2TC for Under 2-litre touring cars and the Pre ’63 GT in association with the Historic Motor Racing News and the Royal Automobile Club.
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