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Best Wishes for the Season from Motor Racing Legends



A very busy 2021 draws to a close for Motor Racing Legends and we’d like to take this opportunity to extend our good wishes for the festive season to you, your family and friends. We are still busily putting the final touches to next year’s Motor Racing Legends season; but in the meantime, please be sure to put our 2022 dates in your diaries:


2022 Season Calendar
 Donington Historic Festival              Apr 30 – May 1
 Thruxton Historic                           June 11/12
 MRL Snetterton                              July 16/17
 The Classic, Silverstone                   Aug 26 – 28
 Spa Six Hours, Belgium                   Sep 30 – Oct 2
 MRL Silverstone GP                        Oct 22/23

Amongst numerous highlights of the coming year, we have a brand-new event at Snetterton on July 16th & 17th. This allows us to achieve our ambition to have three rounds of both the Amon Cup for GT40s and for the three-hour Royal Automobile Club Pall Mall Cup.

Snetterton will also feature the Pre-War Sports Cars; Woodcote Trophy and Stirling Moss Trophy; and separate races for Sixties Touring Car Challenge with U2TC and for the Historic Touring Car Challenge with the Tony Dron Trophy.

In fact, as we pledged a few weeks ago, there will be stand-alone races for the STCC/U2TC grid at the first three meetings next year, plus three further grids at the Classic, Spa and the MRL Silverstone GP Meeting, combined with the Historic Touring Car Challenge.

Early in the New Year we will be sending existing MRL Club Members a copy of our annual Review of the 2021 Motor Racing Legends Series, along with Membership renewal forms. You can also renew your Membership online or download our form to print off and return.  Click here
We will also be making a major announcement on the Jaguar Classic Challenge – watch this space..!

The Motor Racing Legends office will be closed from 23rd December until Tuesday 4th January. In the meantime, we wish you a very Merry Christmas.
Best regards
Duncan Wiltshire