I am pleased to report that we have been truly deluged with entries for the new three-hour race at Silverstone in two weeks’ time, with sixty cars already entered. The combined RAC Woodcote Trophy and Stirling Moss Trophy race, and the combined Historic Touring Car Challenge/Tony Dron Trophy/U2TC/STCC race are also both filling up nicely.
None of this would have been possible without the support of our partners.
The Royal Automobile Club have been magnificent supporters of this initiative both in allowing the use of the Historic Tourist Trophy title and with full engagement in the event itself.
DK Engineering have been a significant influence in establishing the original concept for the Three-Hour race and have backed this up with much-valued sponsorship; and Neil Peskett of the Traditional Oak and Timber Company – a very long-time supporter – has stepped up to support the day too.
There is still time to put an entry in to all three races, but we will need to close the entry list very soon.
Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy and Stirling Moss Trophy
Historic Touring Car Challenge with Tony Dron Trophy and U2TC with STCC
Royal Automobile Club Historic Tourist Trophy.
Finally a reminder that Silverstone are hosting an open-pitlane Test day on the full Grand Prix circuit ahead of the race day, on Thursday 22nd October. This is for Pre-1990 Historic closed-wheel cars with 420 minutes of track time available. To book please call Natalie Hitchcock at Silverstone Circuit on 0344 3728 235.
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