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The Heritage Grand Touring Car Challenge (HGTCC) is the country’s premier series for sports, saloons and GT cars of the 60s and 70s, giving club competitors the opportunity to race with the best historic cars at the best circuits with a focus on fast, safe, fun.

This is an opportunity for those who wait impatiently for their racing season,   who find the average race, with average cars just does not satisfy their needs. The Heritage format with the mini-endurance race incorporating two drivers and mandatory pit stops makes for an exciting weekend and involves close teamwork. Drivers are prepared to pay that little bit more to get the whole experience, not just on the track, but also for the social side, in the paddock and in the awning.

On race day there is always a fabulous display of fast and iconic cars such as V8s, Camaros, Mustangs, Tigers and Corvettes, mixing with six-cylinder Aston Martins and Jaguars; Triumphs and MG’s of the period race with saloons like  Mini Coopers and early Escorts. This is the series which always attracts attention where even passing professionals stop to admire the grid. 

Masters race series; CSCC; Classic Sports Car Club; HSCC; Historic Sports Car Club; Historic Race Series. AMOC Intermarque; ; Future Classics race series;

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Latest News


On 26th November 2011, the inaugural Charity Race Day Experience will take place at Snetterton Race Track in Norfolk.   more >>

Nothing faster than a speeding Bullet

No one had an answer to the pace of Joss Ronchetti and Julian Westwood in the Sunbeam Lotus with the pair winning both races.  more >>

Bullet wins first but rain hands second to Thurtle Camaro

The Lotus Sunbeam of Ronchetti and Westwood arrived on the Sunday morning after missing practise as they rushed to finish the car after an accident at Mallory. Starting at the back of the grid they passed all to win with an equally please Rikki and Jo Cann second. Years of effort were rewarded as Neil Merry's awesome Corvette returned third. A wet second race had the Thurtle Camaro first the BDG Brown Escort second and Ronchetti third.   more >>

Cobra and Tiger Triumph at Donington

The Heritage bought a healthy 20 car grid of Tigers, Cobras, Astons, Mustangs, escorts and Mini to a sun drenched AMOC meet at Donington with the Dickson/Bryant Cobra wining race one and Cochrane/Fildes Tiger race two.  more >>


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