Recent references to the derelict Sitges circuit in Spain has brought the very good news that it is being revived, with development of the site and hopefully restoration of the track for future racing thereon, of pre-1950 cars.
Jenks discovered the ‘forgotten’ track many years ago, and I have recalled that such famous driven as Albert Divo and Count Zborowski, raced there at the opening meeting in 1923.
I had wondered whether there might not one day be a county club or something of the sort there, and that VSCC members and others might be able to rally there and perhaps take their cars round the bank ings. It now seems possible that the old Sitges-Terramar or Autodrom Nacional site will be renamed The Motor Sport Resort and reopened.
The project is under the direction of Peter Schomer, President of the CEO Motor Resort in Marbella (Tel: 00 34 699 225 187). A book in Spanish has been written about the track and its brief working life.