Thruxton Easter Revival Latest News

13 Apr 14

Return to the glory days that made Thruxton famous

Tickets are now available on the day at the gate

Following the success of the Thruxton Easter Revival in 2013, it's back again for 2014.

Thruxton was famous in the late sixties for the Easter bank holiday F2 race meeting, where current F1 drivers raced at Thruxton in the impressive F2 category. 2013 saw the return of the Easter meeting with 2014 set to be even bigger.

Children 15 and under are admitted free to the Circuit. Children 12 and over, would be required to buy a paddock pass to enter the paddock. A grandstand seat would also need to be purchased for Children over 5

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Provisional Entry list now available The HSCC have made an entry list available for this weekends Thruxton Easter Revival

Provisional Entry List

Provisional Timetable Now Available

The HSCC have released a provisional timetable for the second running of the Thruxton Easter Revival.

This years event features Formula 2 & 5000, Super Touring Cars and much more.

Provisional Timetable

Super Touring Greats Ready to Roll Back the Years

Two of the most popular and successful drivers of the iconic Super Touring era are set to roll back the years at Thruxton?s second Easter Revival meeting this weekend (19-20 April), as John Cleland and Patrick Watts prepare to renew battle in the inaugural rounds of the new Super Touring Car Championship.

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Exclusive HSCC Test day - Friday 18 April

Open wheel - only 6 spaces remaining

Close wheel - limited availability throughout the day

Testing Timetable

Easter Revival Video Now Available

Promo video taken from the 2013 Easter Revival

Thank you to all competitors who allowed us to use their footage

Formula 5000 Fever at Thruxton Easter Revival

The unmistakeable roar of Formula 5000 will resonate around Thruxton as a marauding pack of 5.0-litre, V8 monsters vie for glory in the Derek Bell Trophy races at the eagerly-anticipated Easter Revival.

Formula 5000

One of the undisputed highlights of the second, Historic Sports Car Club organised Easter Revival will be the two Derek Bell Trophy races, which will see a plethora of powerful Formula 5000 behemoths from the 1960s and 1970s take on a pack of lighter and nimbler Formula 2 rivals.

Formula 5000 entries at the Easter Revival will include Paul Campfield and reigning FIA Masters Historic Formula One Champion Greg Thornton in Chevron B24s -- the latter driving an ex-Peter Gethin car - as well as husband and wife Frank and Judy Lyons in a Gurney Eagle FA74 and Lola T332 respectively and Ian Ashley in a Lola T300. The former F1 racer was a Formula 5000 race-winner at Thruxton in 1974 and 1975.