The 2020 annual Historic Rally Car Register Open Day gathers pace
Arrangements for the HRCR Open Day on Saturday 11th January at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon, are gathering pace.
Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the RAC rally’s first use of forest stages, the HRCR will showcase how that diversification has led to a full and multidisciplined sport today.
Hosted by legendary rally co-driver Mike Broad, a series of short forums will cover each aspect that the HRCR is involved in; Speed, Road and Tour and Stage Rally.
The intention is to give those who attend the chance to see what’s involved whether they are starting out, or an experienced competitor looking to try something else.
Already confirmed for the Speed Forum are Ian Hunt and his daughter Vicky, who will bring their Mini Cooper S. They will be able to explain what it’s like competing in the HRCR Speed Series, in which they’ve had great success this year. With three generations of the Hunt family having competed in the same car, they offer a real insight into what is involved for those of any age thinking of joining them in the HRCR Speed Series for 2020.
Where: British Motor Museum at Gaydon, Warwickshire, (M40 Junc 12)
When: Saturday 11th January 2020
Times: 9:30am – 3.30pm, with the Museum open for an additional charge (TBC)
HRCR info: www.hrcr.co.uk
Photos: Copyright free.
HRCR Speed Championship Competitors – Dad and daughter Ian and Vicky Hunt
HRCR Speed Championship Competitors – Prescott 2019