24th April

Classic & Modern Race Day

Event Date

24/04/2021

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Price

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A mixture of Classic and Modern Race Cars take to the track for a series of exciting races

 

Super Saloons

Open to a wide variety of cars which range downwards from some of the fastest saloons seen in national racing. Although the regulations are designed to prevent anyone enjoying a runaway advantage, and drivers in all the classes have an equal opportunity of success.

 

Intermarques

The series is for fully space-framed cars with a wide range of manufacturers fibreglass bodies, using either 2 litre Vauxhalll or Ford engines with around 235BHP and 186 lbs of torque. These cars are not for the faint hearted

 

Tin Tops

Saloon and hatchback cars with engine capacities of up to 2 litres, 4 cylinders of any age. This series is for saloons much closer to road going specification than their modified cousins The Tin Tops are attracting good support and make a habit of producing a down-to-the-wire contest to find the top driver

 

Track Attack Series – Classic VWs

The Classic VW Cup caters for hatchbacks, coupes, sports, estates, or vans manufactured prior to 2006 by VW, Audi, Seat or Skoda. The series is run in two classes – class A & class B, all based on power to weight ration. All the information is available on classicvwcup.com. The series is administered by Track Attack Race Club.

 

Modified Ford Series

The Modified Ford Series was created to provide ‘the place to race’ for the huge variation of modified Ford (production) cars that have been developed over the past 50 years, where most series or championships impose specification restrictions that exclude so many.

Acknowledging the value of these cars, the vehicle build age is capped at 2010 to encourage cars that are more classic, welcoming the RS marque, the sporting pedigrees and everything fast in between.

Any questions?

01304 830557


 

COVID-19 UPDATE 21/04/21

In order to comply with government guidelines, all events are running behind closed doors until further notice, this includes race meetings, track days and driving experience days.

We are confident that our first event for 2021, whereby spectator attendance will be permitted, will be rounds 1 & 2 of the British Rallycross Championship 5 Nations Trophy at the end of May.

We thank everyone for their patience and we are still available to answer calls and emails if you have any concerns.

Stay safe,

The Lydden Hill Team