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Short Title: Formulas & Series - track : Classic and Historic Car Racing.

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African Muscle Cars - Forum

Included here for some very good content on the subject of Classic and Historic Racing Cars and Drivers.

Algoa Historic Motor Club

Historics and Classics racing at Scribante

Classic Car Racing (Pre-80 & Pre-90) - Western Cape

CLASSIC CARS (Historic Racing)

Classic cars are saloon cars manufactured prior to 1977. Quite a large latitude is allowed regarding the rules for modification however very strict control over the modifications are exercised. In short, the cars must retain there original type engines which were 'period' i.e. available in their original format and cannot be substituted for e.g. overhead cam technology instead of push-rod technology, or fuel-injection instead of normally asperated and vice-a-versa etc. The Western Province Classic Car Racing members are renowned for preparing and racing superbly tuned cars in this historic race category.

Clubmans - Western Cape

Midas Clubmans is a racing category at Killarney racetrack. With Midas Sport as our main sponsor for our category, Over the years Clubmans has grown from strength to strength and dominates race days with entries of over 40 cars.

Crossley & Webb Sports & GT

The Crossley & Webb Sports & GT series is a regional competition based at Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town for Sports prototype and GT cars. Sports car and GT car makes such as Lotus, Ferrari, Porsche, Juno, Ligier, Lola and Harper are well represented by healthy entries.

Fine Car Motor Racing - W. Cape

Fine Car Racing caters for road going saloons and production sports cars,{manufactured} introduced before 31st December 1989 and which have been out of production for at least 10 years.
We are the category with probably the most variety in terms of manufacturers and models currently racing at Killarney. We encourage marques car clubs like Alfa, Ford, MG, BMW, the Porsche club (who have made a big impact on our membership) and others to participate in our series.

Formula Libre - Cape Town

Formula Libre Western Province is a single-seater motor-racing Club which operates under the auspices of the Western Province Motor Club based at Killarney racetrack in Cape Town. It accommodates single-seater racing cars of all categories.

Formula Supercars - W. Cape

Every driver in the series has the same car with the same power. Suspension is standardized, but tunable to driver preferance. Costs are controlled by the rules, which disallow modifications. This type of racing is also known as ‘One-Design’ or ‘Spec’ racing

Formula Vee Southern Region S.A.

Formula Vee is a popular open wheel, single-seater junior motor racing formula, with relatively low costs in comparison to Formula Ford or Formula BMW.
Formula Vee Southern regions currently race and share the track with Formula Libre in Cape Town.

GTi Challenge - W. Cape

Controllered by the GTi Club of SA All drivers are to become registered members of the GTi Club of SA. WPMC membership is recommended. Drivers must be in possession of an MSA Regional Circuit Racing License.

Historic Racing South Africa (HRSA)

Hisoric Racing South Africa (HRSA) (formerly The Historic Racing Car Register of South Africa) was formed in 1973 with the aim of preserving and racing old cars.
Many of the original members are still to be found participating in races and supporting the club, leading the Committee to believe that the current Formulae of racing offered by the HRSA, is popular and also attracts a good following of spectators.

V8 Masters

The V8 Masters Series came to fruition after the renowned local race car engineer and constructor Owen Ashley died of cancer in 2010 when part way through the construction of the Ford Mustang lookalike cars. Charles Arton, Marcel Angel and Tim Reddell were customers already committed to the project and acquired the assets and established the V8 Masters Drivers Association to oversee completion of the remaining cars and create a racing series.


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