Classic Sports Car Club Race Meeting

Saturday 1 May 2021 - Sunday 2 May 2021

this event will now be run behind closed doors. no spectators will be allowed

The Classic Sports Car Club (CSCC) descends on Thruxton for a two-day meeting which will set pulses racing, with a feast of on-track entertainment set to play out around the high-speed Hampshire venue.

Basking in a rich history and showcasing a vast array of iconic machines, the CSCC is renowned for producing an abundance of thrills whenever it descends on the fastest circuit in the country.

Taking centre stage around the flowing 2.4-mile track will be categories such as the Swinging Sixties, Future Classics, New Millennium Series, Magnificent Sevens, Modern Classics and much more.

Public Ticket Holders Refunds

We will automatically refund customers who had already purchased tickets for this event within 7 working days.

Latest News

CSCC Race Meeting To Run Behind Closed Doors

New guidance has been issued by the government today (Wed 7 April) which affects spectators attending non-elite sporting events.

Facilities Information

Facilities Information

Thruxton circuit is the fastest in the country with its legendary high speed corners and a reputation as a real drivers circuit. It is also one of the longest in the UK at 2.4 miles per lap

Thruxton Circuit

Frequently Asked Questions

Tickets

Yes, all tickets will be refunded automatically.

If you haven't received a refund by Fri 16 April, please contact us on: info@barc.net

Circuit Information

Please contact our press officer Trevor Swettenham on 01264 882206 or tswettenham@barc.net

Unfortunately, there is no cash machine on site.

If you have lost any of your property please report it as soon as you can to the BARC office which is located under the Members grandstand (01264 882200 option 6), this is where any lost property is handed in.

In the event that a child is found to be lost within the circuit, they will be taken to the BARC Office where CRB checked staff will care for them until they are reunited with their parent/guardian.

We have trained medics on-site in various locations and we also have a manned medical centre, any member of staff or security will be able to assist you.

Thruxton is an active airfield and race circuit and as such, there is a strict no dogs/pets policy on site, except for registered guide dogs who are allowed, providing they are kept on a lead at all times and are easily identifiable as guide dogs. Any dogs/pets found to be locked in a vehicle will be removed.

There are baby changing facilities in the paddock toilets and the toilets at Allard and Chicane corners.