British Historic Racing is an integral part of the VMCC that holds Road Race meetings across the country for members and invited clubs. A wide range of vintage motorcycles compete against each other in a range of events from pre 1934 solos, outfits & 3 Wheelers, through to our exciting new BEARS series. Being introduced for 2012 BEARS (British, European, American Racing & Supporters) caters for an exciting range of European & American machines from the 1970s & 80s. We also have regular invited clubs who come along and join our meetings such as the BSA Gold Stars, BSSO Scooters, Morgan Three-wheeler Club as well as hosting some rounds of the famous “Landsdowne” Classic Series.
We hold 20 Annual Championships over a calendar of six or seven meetings at venues all across the country from Lydden Hill in the South, Snetterton in the East, Darley Moor & Mallory Park in the Midlands & Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire plus others when available.
If you have a road race license and would like to race with likeminded friendly racers come and join us at our meetings where you will be made most welcome. For more details contact BHR entries secretary Pauline Summers on 01509 232777 for entry forms or go to our website: www.britishhistoricracing.co.uk
BRITISH HISTORIC RACING
CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2012
TEST DAY Mallory Park Thursday 22nd March
Mallory Park 15 April
Cadwell Park 19/20 May
Snetterton 16/17 June (200 Circuit)
Lydden Hill 28/29 July
Darley Moor 11/12 August
Cadwell Park 29/30 September
We are holding ACU “PR5” & “PR6” Parades at all of the above meetings. PR5 Spectator Parades give the opportunity to ride your road bike on the circuits having complied with the rules governing these parades. For details & entry requirements contact PR5 Parade Co-coordinator Phil Reaney on 01332 601699 or email email@example.com
PR6 Race Parades are for Race Machines only and require an ACU Race or Parade license. Certain Road license types are also permissible. For details & entry requirements contact BHR Secretary & PR6 Co-coordinator Gerry Daine on 01472 697 953 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always trying to recruit more track marshals. Experience is not required, just good old common sense and an interest in motorcycles. You will be put with an experienced marshal who will show you what to do. Where else are you going to get a close up view of the action for free, yes free. You will get two tickets so you can bring a friend or partner along and we give each marshal £10 per day lunch money as a thank you for giving up your time. If you are interested please contact Marshal Co-coordinator Marie Harris on 01332 601 699 or email@example.com or 07891 061 218.