The rebirth of the BRDC Historic Sports Car Series was a feature of the VSCC’s See Red meeting at Donington Park, as a 28-strong field of 1950s sports-racing cars contested the first of four mini-endurance races.
Former champion Graeme Dodd won convincingly in his Cooper Monaco in the first BRDC race run under the wing of Duncan Wiltshire’s Motor Racing Legends organisation.
“We were very pleased with the turnout and it bodes well for the series’ future,” said Wiltshire.
The Mercedes W154 demo by Tony Dron was a highlight of the weekend, which included the annual VSCC Seaman Trophy races.
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