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Welcome to our Historic Rally Event Calendar – ‘the’ place to come to find out what’s going on in the world of historic rallying. Not only does it list all the forthcoming HRCR events and Area Group meetings, but it also gives you a comprehensive list of other historic rally events too.

However, if you know of an event that isn’t listed here which would be of interest to historic rally fans, then please email the details to events@hrcr.co.uk and we’ll add it to the calendar. Don’t forget to include the contact details of the event organisors.

Please be aware that whilst all information is listed in good faith, dates and details of events may change without notice and without us knowing. If you intend to attend an event, please always check with the organisers beforehand.

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April 2019
27
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Aintree Sprint

Sprint 1.857 km – Liverpool The course comprises a well maintained road by the side of the legendary horse race track which is home to the Grand National Aintree has also been used as a venue for motor racing. Liverpool Motor Club www.liverpoolmotorclub.com

May 2019
11
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Llandow Sprint

Sprint 1.45 km – Cardiff Llandow Circuit began life as an airfield during the World War II. RAF Llandow was home to Supermarine Spitfires and part of the Canadian Air Force. With a motorsport history dating back to 1963, it was used on the Welsh International rally in its day with much recorded pictures of cars with front wheels well in the air on the bends! Bristol Pegasus www.bristolpegasus.com

June 2019
23
HRCR Speed Series Championship

EPYNT Hill Climb

Hill Climb 1.64 km – Epynt Military ranges The Ministry of Defence acquired several thousand acres of Mynydd Epynt in 1939. This now forms the core of the Sennybridge Training Area (SENTA). The hill climb course is one of the longest in the series. It is situated on the Epynt Military ranges. The start is from Fourways bridge and fishes just inside the Burmah road. It is a challenging course with steep hills and various bends. Brecon Motor Club

August 2019
3
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Loton Park Hill Climb

Hill Climb 1.349 km – Shrewsbury Loton Park Hill Climb is held in part of the Loton Park deer park in Shropshire, England. The course is 1475 yards (1349 metres) in length, making it the third longest course used in the British Hill Climb Championship. It contains an unusual downhill section fairly early in its layout. Hagley DCC www.hdlcc.com

September 2019
8
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Wiscombe Hill Climb

Hill Climb 0.914 km – Honiton, Devon Wiscombe Park was purchased by Richard and Bunny Chichester in 1953 who decided that the park would be ideal for a hill climb course. Wiscombe has been hosting rounds of the British Hill Climb Championship since the May meeting in 1962.  

Honiton
21
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Curborough Sprint

Sprint 1.423 km – Lichfield We are pleased to visit this iconic venue which is amongst the oldest motorsport venues in the country. The run is virtually decided on the first left hand bend, if the lines are good through here then the rest will flow, get it wrong and it is a hard game of catch up! A venue that is well worth the visit with good facilities and viewing. ARC Midlands www.barc.net/centres

October 2019
5
HRCR Speed Series Championship

Prescott Hill Climb

Prescott Hill Climb, based just outside of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, is home to one of the world’s most prestigious motor racing venues. Set in 60 acres of glorious Cotswold countryside, the estate not only provides a beautiful setting for a range of classic car and bike weekends, but also hosts major motor racing championships. The 1127 yard course rises over 200 feet via short straights, fast and slow corners and a breathtaking hairpin, with the fastest modern racing cars completing the…

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