Tony Dron Trophy
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The Tony Dron Trophy is a stand-alone series for Group 1 and ‘1½’ Touring Cars. Named in honour of ‘70s Touring Car ace and Le Mans 24 Hours driver, the late Tony Dron – the series is for Touring Cars running to FIA Group 1 Regulations or to British Saloon Car Championship Group 1½ Regulations between 1970 and 1981.
Races are typically between 50 and 60 minutes long, or occasionally shorter double-header races, but always for one- or two-drivers and with a compulsory pit stop. This race series traditionally runs with the Historic Touring Car Challenge series and features a dedicated podium at each round.