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Royal Automobile Club
Historic Tourist Trophy

               

Royal Automobile Club
Historic Tourist Trophy
A new, three-hour Pre-’66 race

Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit

October 25th 2020

Motor Racing Legends is delighted to announce an entirely new one-day meeting to be held on the full Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit on Sunday October 25th.

The highlight of the day will be an entirely new three-hour race for GTs, Touring Cars and Fifties Sports Cars. The day will also feature a one-hour combined race for the Woodcote Trophy & Stirling Moss Trophy, and a one-hour combined race for the Historic Touring Car Challenge & Tony Dron Trophy and Sixties Touring Car Challenge with U2TC.

To be called the Royal Automobile Club Historic Tourist Trophy Three Hour Race, the race will run three classes: Pre ’66 (GTs and Touring Cars); Pre ’63 GTs; and Pre ’61 Sports Racing Cars. Eligibility covers everything from Cobras and E-types to Falcons and Mustangs; Austin-Healeys and MGBs to Lister Jaguars and Lotus 15s.

Entrants will be encouraged to form teams of three cars – one from each class – and the RAC Historic Tourist Trophy will be awarded to the overall winning team.

Regulations and the entry forms for each race can be found on the links below

Sponsored by DK Engineering, the Royal Automobile Club Historic Tourist Trophy Three Hour Race will run three classes:

Pre ’66 (GTs and Touring Cars);

Pre ’63 GTs;

and Pre ’61 Sports Racing Cars.

Eligibility covers everything from Cobras and E-types to Falcons and Mustangs; Austin-Healeys and MGBs to Lister Jaguars and Lotus 15s.

Entrants will be encouraged to form teams of three cars – one from each class – and the RAC Historic Tourist Trophy will be awarded to the overall winning team.  Cars can be shared by up to three drivers.  Re-fuelling will be allowed. 

The meeting will run out of the International Paddock at the Silverstone Wing, with plenty of space to comply with current COVID-19 regulations.

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