The Classic Sports Car Club has grown rapidly since 2001, becoming one of the most popular racing clubs in the UK.
The Classic Sports Car Club (CSCC) was founded in 2001 by Richard Culverhouse and Richard Wos, when the opportunity arose to create a motor sports club after Richard Culverhouse left the Aston Martin Owners Club . Its aim was to support, protect and encourage the ‘grass roots’ aspect of Motorsport. A committee made of former and active racers helped to steer the club and continues to support the individual series and running of the years events.
From its humble beginnings the Classic Sports Car Club has grown over the last decade to become one of the top motor sports clubs in the country. There are still many members who competed in the first Swinging Sixties race who are still competing now; such is the popularity and comradeship of belonging to the CSCC. The club now organise racing for ten of their own series, as well as organising races for invited club championships and series.