HSCC Historic Touring Cars
Always a tremendous crowd favourite, the Historic Touring Car Championship is for saloon cars that were in series production before 1966. Cars can be developed in line with period modifications, and a separate class is run for cars complying with FIA Appendix K regulations.
With Mini Coopers taking on Ford Anglias, Lotus Cortinas, Ford Mustangs and Ford Falcons, the racing is always exciting.
- HSCC season starts in style at Donington Park (1st Apr)
- HSCC to celebrate Tom Pryce at Anglesey (1st Mar)
- Sunshine and superb racing at HSCC Silverstone Finals (22nd Oct)
- Imps star in the Brands Hatch rain (24th Sep)
- HSCC Oulton Park Gold Cup is a hit (28th Aug)
The Championship is open to saloon cars of which the model was in series production on or before 01/01/1966 and which are either listed as homologated cars for Appendix K or appear on the permanent list of eligible vehicles held by the Historic Racing Saloons Register. Two-plus-two cars, vans and estate cars are not eligible. HRSR cars may either be homologated or non-homologated saloons. All cars must have current FIA HTP or HSCC Vehicle Identification Forms.
Appendix K Cars
Class K1 2001cc and over
Class K2 1301cc to 2000cc
Class K3 up to 1300cc
Class A 2501cc and over
Class B 1601cc to 2500cc
Class C 1301cc to 1600cc
Class D 1151cc to 1300cc
Class E up to 1150cc