Historic Touring Car Challenge with Tony Dron Trophy
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The HTCC is for Group 5 cars up to 1969, Group 2 cars up to 1981 and Group A cars post ’81. The entry eligibility was extended in 2016 to include Group A cars right up to December 1990, to cover all normally-aspirated cars and post-’85 turbo-charged cars up to 1600cc. More recently, the criteria was extended and now includes larger-engined turbo-charged cars such as Sierra RS500s.
The Tony Dron Trophy is a stand-alone series for Group 1 Touring Cars. This race series runs within the Historic Touring Car Challenge grid, with its own podium and results for each race. Named in honour of the ‘70s Touring Car ace and Le Mans sports car driver Tony Dron – the new series is for Touring Cars running to FIA Group 1 regulations or to British Saloon Car Championship Group 1½ regulations between 1970 and 1982. Races are typically 40 minutes long for two drivers with a compulsory pit stop.
As with all Motor Racing Legends’ series the races are for real race cars from the era, running to correct period specification.