2017 BSCRA Clubman National Championships

to be held at Gaydon Motor Museum

How to Enter

Drivers must enter before the event. To secure your place you need to pay your BSCRA entry fee by 31st March. Places not secured by that deadline will be offered to drivers on the waiting list.

There are two parts to the entry fee, entrants need to pay both.

1 The entry fee payable to BSCRA in advance at BSCRA racing web site.

Price is £10 per class for adults, £5 per class for juniors.

2 The admission to the Museum / Festival

Pay online at the Festival web site - at the discount rate of £10 for the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) see the web site for children etc. -  We recommend you book early, paying on the day is more expensive and is likely to involve queuing.

Timetable

Friday 12 May -
Track set up - volunteers needed!

Saturday 13 May -
INTRO 32 practice and  racing.
Track open to visitors to the UK Slot Festival using house cars.
We need volunteers to help complete track set up from 8;00.
We plan to have the track running from 10:00 to 17:00.  The exact timing of track sessions will be organised nearer the time.

Sunday 14 May -
Clubman Grade Saloon Championship practice and  racing
Track open to visitors to the UK Slot Festival using house cars.
The track will be running from 10:00 to 16:00, we hope to arrange earlier access for competitors' practice. The exact timings will be organised nearer the time.
Practice for championship competitors will start before the normal public opening times (and before the pay desk opens, hence the need to have paid for admission before Sunday).

Drivers

The Championship racing is for BSCRA members in Novice / Clubman Grade. Your area coordinator has the numbers for your area, please let him know if you are intending to race. You need to confirm as we have a waiting list for unused places.
(NOTE drivers stay in the same grade throughout 2017. So 2017 clubman grade drivers remain eligible for this event however well they do at Corby)

British Motor Museum
Banbury Road,
Gaydon,
Warwickshire,
CV35 0BJ

The British Motor Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.

Last Year's event was a great success. Here's who won.

2016 Intro 32 Winner - Mark Witham

Intro 32 Sports Cars

2016 Clubman Saloon Winner - Mick Metcalfe

Clubman Saloon Cars