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The annual HSCC extravaganza of historic single seater, saloon
and sports car machinery returns this weekend (13-14 July),
featuring great cars racing around the Brands Hatch Grand Prix
circuit, just as they did back in the sport's halcyon days!
BTCC HEROES SET TO REUNITE IN SUPER TOURING CAR TROPHY!
This year's event features the much-anticipated Super Touring Car Trophy for machines from 1970 to 1999, including the Super Touring Cars that saw the BTCC in the 1990s, with the cars running exactly as they did in period. Former touring car legends John Cleland and Patrick Watts are all set to compete.
HUGE GRIDS OF GLORIOUS CARS
Entries are expected to spiral into the hundreds, showcasing some of the most evocative single seater, sports and saloon cars from the past 60 years for one of the biggest celebrations of historic motorsport on the continent. Click the pictures below to find out more about what's racing over the two days.
Historic Formula 2One step down from Formula 1, these racing machines are the most powerful single seaters from the 1970s after their contemporary F1 counterparts. Names such as Ronnie Peterson and Jacques Laffite, to name a couple, raced these cars.
Super Touring CarsRecalling the BTCC's greatest era, the 1990s, when manufacturers employed the best drivers in the world. Hondas, Nissans, Vauxhalls, BMWs and Peugeots from tin top racing's halcyon days will all feature. Expect to see a few famous names on the grid.
Historic Road SportsCars from Lotus, Morgan and Alfa Romeo as well as many others compete in a battle for road-legal production Sports and GTs built and raced between 1947 and 1969. Extra points are awarded for driving the car to and from the circuit.
70s Road SportsThis series captures the essence of the 1970s with road-legal production and Sports GTs of the era competing for top honours. You can expect to see assorted Porsches, Jaguars and Lancias as well as a variety of other marques battling here.
Historic Touring CarsThis championship is for saloon cars that were in production before 1966. Mini Coopers, Ford Anglia, Lotus Cortinas and many other cars will form a packed grid of cars eclectic as they are exciting. Expect to see them sideways from time to time!
Guards TrophyThis event is for GT and Sportscars that raced internationally before 1966. Chevron B8s, Jaguar E-types, Lotus Elans and MGBs are only a handful of the models featured. Highly popular with the drivers this event is rarely anything other than full.
World Endurance Championship RevivalThis category is for the sports –prototypes which inhabited the global sports car scene of the 1970s.
Historic Formula FordThis championship is open to any Formula Ford 1600 car built and raced before 1972. With a complete lack of aerodynamics, much of the speed is down to driver ability. The result is some of the most spectacular driving in historic single seaters.
Classic Formula 3Between 1971 and 1984 F3 was the ultimate proving ground for drivers including Ayrton Senna, Nelson Piquet and Jonathan Palmer to prove their single seater credentials. This series is a fitting tribute with Ralts, Chevrons and many other chassis.
Historic Formula 3Between 1964 and 1970 these single seater F3 cars raced internationally in the UK and throughout Europe. During this period Emerson Fittipaldi, Carlos Pace and Sir Jackie Stewart progressed through the ranks and on to F1!
Derek Bell TrophyThis series of races sees historic single seater F2 and F5000 machines from the late sixties and seventies out ton circuit. This series pays homage to a time in which Peter Gethin and Jody Scheckter were still trying to make the final step into F1.
Historic Formula JuniorThis was an early proving ground for future stars; existing between 1958 and 1963 this series nurtured the talent of Jim Clark! Despite their age these classically modelled single seaters still provide one of the fullest grids on the historic scene.
Classic Racing CarsVariety is the name of the game as a myriad of single seaters from the 1960s take to the track. Iconic Lotus and Brabham single seaters from the pre-slicks and wings era compete on a grid that is far flung from contemporary single make series.
Historic Formula 2
Super Touring Cars
Historic Road Sports
70s Road Sports
Historic Touring Cars
World Endurance Championship Revival
Historic Formula Ford
Classic Formula 3
Historic Formula 3
Derek Bell Trophy
Historic Formula Junior
Classic Racing Cars
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PLEASE NOTE: If you have ordered advance tickets you will need to bring your original tickets to the circuit as copies and receipts are not accepted. All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the venue office. Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.
This event celebrates the best racing cars from the last 60 years, with action from powerful single seaters, sleek GTs and classic saloons. The 2013 Historic Superprix also showcases the golden years of the British Touring Car Championship, as supertouring cars from the 90s and the spectacular turbo cars of the 80s will battle on the Grand Prix circuit once more!
The line up includes:
- Historic F2 Championship
- Super Touring Car Trophy
- Historic Roadsports
- 70s Roadsports (1970s era)
- Historic Touring Cars (Pre-66)
- Guards Trophy (GT + Sports Cars)
- Martini Trophy for 2 litre 70s/80s sportscars
- Historic Formula Ford
- Classic F3 - (including Ralt RT3s)
- Historic F3 (1 litre screamers)
- Derek Bell Trophy for 1970s F2 and F5000 cars
- Historic Formula Junior single seaters
Click here for general circuit information, including directions, accommodation and address/contact details.
What time do the gates open?
Gates open at 8am on both days
What time does the campsite open?
The campsite opens at midday on the Friday before the event and will close on midday on the Monday after the event.
How much does it cost to
If you wish to park on Southbank (the large grassed area opposite Cooper Straight) parking is free all weekend as are all other public car parks.
Is there Disabled Parking and Viewing
There is designated disabled parking available in the vicinity of Paddock Hill Grandstand and you may also park free of charge on the Southbank. Vehicles parked in these areas must display a Blue Badge.
There is a wheelchair viewing area in Paddock Hill Grandstand with free of charge access to wheelchair users plus one carer. Any additional carers, friends or family must be in possession of a valid grandstand ticket. Please contact our ticket office on 0843 453 9000 to reserve space in the wheelchair viewing area.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL REQUIRE A VALID ADMISSION TICKET OR VALID PASS TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE VENUE AT THIS EVENT
What happens if my tickets don't arrive in
All tickets are sent by Royal Mail Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the ticket office at the address below:
MotorSport Vision Centre
Brands Hatch Circuit
Are animals permitted anywhere on
No animals are permitted anywhere on site. Guide/assistance dogs are the only exception.
What age do I have to be to qualify for a Senior Citizen discount?
We offer a discount to our guests that are aged 65 and over.
I have a Grade D ticket. Where can I find a list of events and can I upgrade my ticket?
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