Motor Racing Legends is the organisation behind nine successful and highly respected historic racing series: the Amon Cup for Ford GT40’s, The Jaguar Classic Challenge, the Royal Automobile Club Pall Mall Cup Three-Hour races for Pre-’66 GT and Touring Cars, the Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy, the Stirling Moss Trophy, Pre ’63 GT, the Sixties Touring Car Challenge with U2TC, the Tony Dron Trophy, the Historic Touring Car Challenge and the Motor Racing Legends Pre-War Sports Car Series.
Motor Racing Legends’ roots go back to 1982 and the start of the Classic Cavalcade to the Le Mans 24 Hours. Since launching the Le Mans Legend race in 2001, and our first Historic race series in 2004, Motor Racing Legends’ events have become synonymous with a first class experience, an exceptionally hi-calibre of genuine historic race cars, and a reputation for excellent driving standards. Competitors enjoy friendly welcoming hospitality and paddock atmosphere at each round and camaraderie out on the circuit befitting of ‘gentlemen drivers’. Because of this unique combination, Motor Racing Legends’ grids are invited to race at many of the world’s top International Historic Racing events, and each year competitors get to compete on the best classic circuits and in front of some of the biggest historic racing crowds in the world.
Duncan Wiltshire was interviewed by Custodian in December 2020 for their Apex magazine. The feature expands on the history of Motor Racing Legends and Duncan’s motorsport heritage. Click here to read.
About Duncan Wiltshire
Motor Racing Legends Chairman Duncan Wiltshire is a highly regarded figure head within the historic motor racing scene as well as a racer himself. He sits on a number of important committees and chairs the Judging Panel of the International Historic Motoring Awards. He is also regularly seen hosting after dinner talks and discussion forums.
About Historic Promotions
Motor Racing Legends’ tremendous experience in running and managing some of the UK's premier Historic racing grids led to the formation in 2010 of a sister company – Historic Promotions – to take responsibility for the launch, promotion and organisation of classic and modern motoring events. Established initially to launch and promote the Donington Historic Festival with Donington Park Circuit, Historic Promotions soon expanded to helping other organisations with their event promotion needs, alongside its own promoted events. Today, Historic Promotions has an impressive portfolio of events they run each year.