TARC will be supporting the British GT Championship at Oulton Park on 13th April, but we also have lots more to offer in 2020. Nippon Challenge for anything Japanese/Asian. Tricolore Trophy for everything Citroen, Renault, Peugeot (including the 206 GTi Production Cup). Deutsche Marques for anything Audi, BMW, BMW Mini, Mercedes, VW, Opal, Porsche etc.
Not only are we running our all Japanese and Asian race series The Nippon Challenge, and the Tricolore Trophy for everything Citroen, Peugeot and Renault (including the 206 GTi Cup), but we have added for 2020 a dedicated German series called the Deutsche Marques Cup for anything Audi, BMW, BMW Mini, Mercedes, Porsche and VW.
The club has been gearing up for the 2019 season, and all the information you need is now available on the website. The calendar is done, the regulations are set, and the registration and entry forms are ready to download. You will find the regulations on each series page, and the entry forms are available
Last weekend saw the TARC Driver of the Year awards for 2018 take place. If you were unable to attend the evening, here are all the winners: Tricolore Trophy Class A Russ Thomson/Nick Gwinnett Class B Chris Bassett Class C Gerard Merriman/Sean Govered Class D Kelly Brabbin Class E Josh Bennett/Rich Williams Class F Carl
With the dust settling on the season we now look towards 2019 and beyond with plans for the series and permit applications needed to be sorted. Can I ask if you have any issues or suggestions you would like to be considered for 2019 can you please contact your driver rep. There will shortly be
First things first a big THANK YOU to all the competitors who have supported the club in 2018 whether it was one-off event or all the whole season. Your support was very welcome, and I would hope you enjoyed yourselves too. The 2018 season, our fourteenth as a club, has been in many ways one
Our annual Autumn Trophy, the final event of the year is always popular and is always full, so get those entries in ASAP to ensure your place on the grid. The event is open to any sports, coupe or saloon car running on blue book listed treaded tyres. If you know any non-club members who
The MSA have released a statement which should make racing a bit cheaper for us all. The statement read: The Motor Sports Association (MSA) has committed to an in-depth review of competitor safety equipment over the next two years. This will explore a raft of initiatives, including strategies to reduce the burden on competitors of the
Times are moving on and with an early start in March we now come to an early finish at the end of September, before the final outing in October for the Autumn Trophy. We finish on a high with the popular Donington circuit for our final event, but before that, we still have Mallory Park