The Historic Sports Car Club will mark the approach of the 2104 racing season with a major display at Race Retro, the international historic motorsport show, at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry (21-23 February).
As Race Retro celebrates its tenth anniversary, the HSCC will again have a major presence in the event’s main hall, with cars showing the tremendous variety and depth of the club’s racing programme. Past, present and future members are invited to meet club representatives to find out more about the HSCC and its expanded 2014 schedule: the busiest to date for the Silverstone-based club.
One of the stars of the HSCC stand will be the ex-Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus 69 Formula 2 car from 1970, which is now owned by Roger Bevan and raced in Historic F2.
Other cars on show to illustrate the club’s racing programme will include:
Jaguar E-type (Roger Cope) representing Guards Trophy
Brabham BT41 (Tony Sinclair) representing Classic Formula 3
MG Midget (Chris Alford) representing 70s Roads Sports
Centaur Mk14 (David Childs) representing Classic Clubmans
Ford Anglia (Robyn Slater) representing Historic Touring Cars
Terrier MkIV (Derek Walker) representing Historic Formula Junior
The show will celebrate 50 years of McLaren and Sir Stirling Moss OBE (the club’s patron-in-chief) will be there on Saturday.
Race Retro is open from 9.30am to 5.30pm on Friday and Saturday and from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Sunday. More details are at www.raceretro.com