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The MG Car Club’s Motorsport activities for the 2019 season have been confirmed with a six race calendar for the Club’s six Championships.

Alongside the Club’s non-motorsport activities, the Club are the largest single marque club organising and managing all of the race meetings and championships. Motorsport is synonymous with the MG brand, with numerous race and rally appearances and also land speed records littered throughout history. Read More »

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With eight meetings comprising a mix of sprint and pit stop races – two on grand prix circuits – the Equipe Pre ‘63 series for Appendix K FIA sports cars is all set for a thrilling 2019 season.

Formulated to recreate the spirit of 1950s clubman motorsport, Equipe Pre ‘63 certainly captured the imagination of drivers and spectators alike this year – its inaugural season. Read More »

James Yates showed that the family rally driving skills are not limited to brother Rhys, by taking a stunning second overall at the Neil Howard Memorial Stages Rally at Oulton Park last weekend (3rd November 2018). Read More »

The Amigos Team Parker Racing duo of Seb Perez and George Gamble returned to the racetrack after the summer break last weekend, with Perez picking up where he left off at Oulton Park in May by storming to a Porsche Carrera Cup GB ProAm double podium at Snetterton (28/29th July).

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Amigos Team Parker Racing ace Seb Perez ensured he is still firmly in the race for the Porsche Carrera Cup GB ProAm title after taking an impressive victory in race one at Oulton Park last weekend (9th/10th May).

His third win of the season was complemented by yet another podium spot in race two, taking third place after an intense battle for the lead, meaning he leaves the Cheshire circuit just seven points shy of the championship lead. Read More »

Twenty-one year-old McLaren Automotive Factory Driver Ben Barnicoat got off to a perfect start in the opening British GT Championship weekend at Oulton Park, winning the first race of the season in the 570S GT4 of customer team track-club, in turn scoring the track-only Sports Series model its first victory of 2018 in global competition. Read More »

Our 3rd trip to this rally saw overnight rain play havoc on the opening stage. Paul Swift & Cat Lund were the surprise early leaders, beating the numerous 4WD crews in their RWD Escort MkII. Kevin Procter & Derek Fawcett (Fiesta R5) then took over the lead on stage 2 and through a series of fastest stage times took victory by a very comfortable minute and a half. Swift kept high up until his gearbox started to develop issues, forcing his retirement on the penultimate stage. Steve Simpson & Patrick Walsh (Fiesta R5) had snatched 2nd place from Swift mid event but in the 2nd half of the event came under increasing pressure from Chris West & Keith Hounslow (306 Maxi) who got to within 4 seconds of 2nd overall. Read More »

Reigning champion Gordon Shedden moved to the summit of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship standings after winning the final race at Oulton Park.


Shedden’s victory followed wins for Andrew Jordan in the opening encounter and a hugely popular success for young gun Ashley Sutton. Read More »

2017 will be the 28th year of Citroen 2CV racing in the UK, making it one of the UK’s longest running one-make club Championships.

The 2CVParts.com Championship season features four double- header meetings; at Oulton Park, Croft, Cadwell Park and Brands Hatch Indy. Each meeting will have two, 20-minute sprint races.

At the Croft meeting, there will also be a two-hour Enduro, to help teams prepare for the 24-hour race.

Over the weekend of 18/19/20 August, the 27th running of the Liqui Moly Citroen 2CV 24 Hour race will be staged at the fast Snetterton Circuit. It is the longest-running 24-hour motor race in the UK by a big margin. Read More »

The McLaren 570S GT4 has scored its first win of the season in the opening round of the 2017 British GT Championship at Oulton Park, UK. Customer team track-club, with drivers Adam Balon and Adam MacKay, took overall GT4 victory during the first of two races over the Bank Holiday weekend, as all six examples of the latest GT racing model from McLaren showed pace and reliability.

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