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CSCC Classic Car Championships
Snetterton 300
Saturday 09 - Sunday 10 April 2016

The Classic Sports Car Club begins its season here on the Snetterton 300 circuit, as it does done for a number of years now. The CSCC has nine of its own series, with cars from the 1950s all the way up to present day, also joined by the AR Motorsport Morgan Challenge and the XJ Restorations Toyo Tires Jaguar Saloon and GT Championship who both have a race on each day.

Saturday is classics day, with the CSCC Adams & Page Swinging Sixties, CSCC Mintex Classic K, AR Motorsport Morgan Challenge, XJ Restorations/Toyo Tires Jaguar Saloon and GT Championship and CSCC Meteor Suspension Open Series which sees competitors from the whole weekend coming together to race against each other, including cars that don't quite 'fit' the other series regulations.

Sunday is modern day, seeing the CSCC Modern Classics, CSCC New Millennium, CSCC Advantage Motorsport Future Classics, CSCC Tin Tops, CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens, XJ Restorations/Toyo Tires Jaguar Saloon and GT Championship. If the grids are anything like they were last season expect to see numbers reaching above 40 cars in many of the races!

For more information about the racing line up, please see the "Whats Racing" section below.

WHAT'S RACING  (click on any image for a larger view)

Swinging Sixties

Jaguar E-types, Ford Mustangs and Aston Martins battle for track position in a series solely for 1960s machinery, recalling a golden era of sports and saloon car racing.

Tin Tops

The tin tops series caters for everything from the Mini Cooper S to the Honda Civic Type-R. Normally aspirated hatch backs and saloons provide the perfect low cost stepping stone into the world of classic racing.

Classic K

This category is for machines run to Appendix K regulations, meaning that the rules contemporary to the machines being raced. With that in mind you can rest assured that driving skill will be rewarded and no modern driver aids will be employed.

Future Classics

This is a series for cult favourite machinery, on the cusp of being considered an all time classic. 70s and 80s Jaguars and Porsches are popular but other machines appear too.

Morgan Aero racing Challenge

The Aero Racing Morgan Challenge brings together V8 and V6 Roadsters, +4SS and BabyDoll racing Morgans across several classes. The racing is close and always fair.

Jaguar Saloon and GT

The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club runs this championship for GT and saloon cars from the iconic British marque.

Modern Classics

This series is for powerful 90s machines, catering for both high capacity saloons and two-seater sportscars. Cars must be predominantly production based with treaded tyres.

Magnificent Sevens

Caterhams, Westfields, Lotus Sevens and any other similarly-shaped machines are eligible to compete in this lightweight battle. Winning drivers will have to start the subsequent race from the pits, setting up a possible charge from the back.
  • Swinging Sixties
  • Tin Tops
  • Classic K
  • Future Classics
  • Morgan Aero racing Challenge
  • Jaguar Saloon and GT
  • Modern Classics
  • Magnificent Sevens
(UNDER 13)

* Advance booking closes 12:00 Wednesday 06 April. Orders are dispatched approximately one week prior to the race meeting by Recorded Delivery at a cost of £1.99 per order (or Special Delivery at £6.75 per order if specified by the purchaser). Telephone bookings are subject to a surcharge of £1 per admission ticket.

Classic K (Pre-1966 FIA), Advantage Motorsport Future Classics series (1970s and 1980s), the new for 2016 CSCC Meteor Suspension Open series , CSCC Adams & Page Swinging Sixties (1960s), AR Motorsport Morgan Challenge, XJ Restorations Toyo Tires Jaguar Saloon and GT Championship, CSCC Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens (Caterham type), Modern Classics (1990s), New Millennium (2000 to present) and Tin Tops (Hot Hatches).

Please note: race meeting content is subject to change.


Check out our adventure playground by Tyrrell's Bar and Restaurant, which features a motorsport theme and has equipment for children of all ages from toddler to 14. There are climbing frames, swings and much more, which will keep the children busy and entertained!



Click here for general circuit information, including directions, accommodation and address/contact details.

What time do the gates open?

Gates open at 7.30am on both days.

How much is admission for Senior Citizens?

We offer a discount on event entry to our guests that are aged 65 and over.

The discounted admission price is £10 each day. Please note that the discount is only avaliable on the day and not in advance.

What time does the campsite open?

Public will be allowed into the camping area 4.30pm on the Friday before a meeting. You will need to show a valid admission ticket for the relevant race event. If the circuit is not operational on the Monday, then you will not be able to stay over on the Sunday night. If the circuit is operational Monday and you do choose to stay Sunday night you will be required to leave Monday morning. At the end of the event, everybody must vacate the paddock, including any campers who choose to camp in the paddock instead of the campsite.
Camping is free of charge. Other than in the paddock there are no additional toilet or shower facilities available.

How much does it cost to park?

Parking is free of charge for all public car parks.

Is there free WiFi available at the venue?

You can access free WiFi at the restaurant(s), pit lane and main grandstand areas. Registration is required.

Am I entitled to any discount for being a carer?

Carers of our disabled guests may be entitled to free admission at MSV race events. Please contact our call centre on 0843 453 9000 for further details, no later than three days before the event you wish to attend.

Is there Disabled Parking and Viewing available?

Blue Badge holders may park free of charge inside the venue in the disabled parking and viewing area infront of Murrays Bend.
What happens if my tickets don't arrive in time?

All tickets are sent by Royal Mail Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the ticket office at the address below:

Ticket Office
MotorSport Vision Centre
Brands Hatch Circuit

Are animals permitted anywhere on site?

No animals are permitted anywhere on site. Guide dogs are the only exception.

I have a Grade D ticket. Where can I find a list of events and can I upgrade my ticket?

You can find a list of eligible Grade D events by clicking here.
What is MSV's ticket refund policy?

The ticketholder shall only be entitled to a refund or exchange (at MSV's election) if an event is cancelled in its entirety prior to its commencement of the Event for reason(s) that are within the reasonable control of MSV.

Event tickets may not be sold, resold, donated, transferred or in any way disposed of without prior written permission from MSV.

How can I get media accrediation for race events?

Please visit our dedicated media site to apply for accreditation at 

What is the policy on Drones or UAVs?

Drones / UAVs are not permitted for use at Snetterton on any event day. 

CSCC Classic Car Championships
Snetterton 300
Saturday 09 - Sunday 10 April 2016