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Historic Sports Car Club Silverstone International Trophy

16 Jun 2018 - 17 Jun 2018 16 Jun 2018 09:00 17 Jun 2018 18:00 Europe/London Historic Sports Car Club Silverstone International Trophy The HSCC hosts the International Trophy, a great event for the nostalgia buff and race enthusiast. Silverstone Circuit

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Advanced tickets are now off sale and tickets are now only available for purchase on the gates at On The Day prices. There is no ticket collection for this event so all tickets will be posted.

2 days of historic racing with qualifying and racing taking place on both days. The event will showcase post war racing cars, featuring cars from the 50s, 60s,70s and 80s, with single seaters, saloons, sports racing, GT and road sports car classes. From the humble Mini, to the rumbling V8 Formula 5000 machines of the 1970s there is something to satisfy everyone’s passion for iconic cars.

The HSCC International Trophy has been running at Silverstone since 2008.

With free access to the paddock there couldn’t be a better time to get your historic fix.


Ticket Prices

Advanced tickets are now off sale and tickets are now only available for purchase on the gates at On The Day prices. There is no ticket collection for this event so all tickets will be posted.


On The Day

Adult Child* Adult Child*
Saturday £10 Free £15 Free
Sunday £10 Free £15 Free
Weekend £15 Free Free

*Children aged 15 & under

What’s included

  • Free roving seating in BRDC & Wellington Straight grandstands*
  • Free access to the National paddock
  • Free parking
  • Live commentary
  • Children aged 15 & under can attend for FREE

Please visit the HSCC website for more information.

*Grandstands open 09:00-18:00

Silverstone Merchandise

You can purchase official Silverstone merchandise and event goodies over the Historic Festival weekend. Head over to the the Silverstone Hub or Paddock Shop in the National Paddock, between 08:00 – 18:00, to browse our great range of stock.

Main Race Details

The main race is run in two parts with one race on each day. Primarily for Formula 5000 cars, but with period classes for Formula 2, Atlantic, Formula One, and other Pre-80 single seater race cars.

The feature race is to be a recreation of the Daily Express International Trophy which began at Silverstone in the 1950’s as a non Championship Formula One Race. During the 1970’s Formula 5000 cars were included, creating a challenge between the two top flight formulae. Formula 1 being considered the European Formula, with Formula 5000 using predominantly Chevrolet 5 litre engines were the American challengers.

The International Trophy has produced some great battles in previous years, here are a few that stand in memory:

1968 International Trophy
Winner: Denny Hulme – WATCH

1970 International Trophy
Winner: Chris Amon – WATCH

1975 International Trophy
Winner: Niki Lauda – WATCH

1978 Daily Express International Trophy
Winner: Keke Rosberg – WATCH PART 1

Richard Attwood, former Grand Prix driver and 1970 Le Mans Winner, has been entered for the by Porsche Classic Partner Centres for the HSCC 70s Road Sports race. Richard will be driving a Porsche 928 built and prepared by the Porsche Classic Partner Centres as part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations for the 928.

Download the provisional entry list for the weekend here.

Support Race Details

Endurance support races for Sports Racing and GT cars, as well as short Sprint races for Historic Touring Cars, Historic Formula Junior, Classic and Historic Formula 3, and Road Sports Cars.

Historic Sports Car Club History

The HSCC was formed in 1966 by a group of enthusiasts seeking to preserve the Sports race cars of the 1940’s and 50’s. Named the Griffiths Formula after its creator photographer Guy Griffith races were held in the late 1960s, starting at Castle Combe and then taking in races at tracks like Brands Hatch, Oulton Park, Silverstone and even Lydden Hill.

By the end of the 1960s, the Historic Sports Car Club had been formally created with a brief to protect and promote the use of 1950s sports-racing cars. Often, given their low value at the time, the cars were being sold out of the UK or modified to try and keep them competitive in club racing.

The move was a success and the club steadily gathered momentum into the early 1970s. This was a time when racing for historic cars was in its formative stages, mainly thanks to the high-profile JCB Historic Championship. As well as running races for period sports cars, the HSCC also organised social events and tours based around classic sport cars.

Little by little, the club’s racing activities grew and a landmark came in 1982 with the first HSCC-organised race meeting at Donington Park steadily moving the club towards becoming a professional race organising operation. By the middle of the 1980s, more championships had been added to the club’s portfolio, reflecting the steady growth in historic racing. Pre ’65 Single-Seaters, Historic GT, Classic Sports (now the Guards Trophy) and Post-Historic Road Sports were all under the club’s management and four or five race meetings were being organised each season.

Backing from John Foulston’s company, Atlantic Computers, gave the Historic GT Championship a high profile and the club was the first to run races for period Grand Prix cars. That series eventually morphed into Thoroughbred Grand Prix and later moved away from the HSCC.

The 1990s brought mixed fortunes and difficult financial times, but the determination of club chairman Nick Overall and sponsorship from racer Richard Budge of RJB Mining set the HSCC back on a firm footing.

The ensuing 20 years have been an absolute golden era for the HSCC with Grahame White as CEO, steering the club to prosperity and a prominent position within historic racing.

More championships were added through the 1990s, notably for Historic FF1600, Classic F3 and Historic Touring Cars, while the Road Sports fraternity evolved into two series for Historic and 70s cars. More recent additions to the club’s portfolio have included Historic Formula Ford 2000, Historic F3, Classic Clubmans, Historic Formula Junior, the FIA International Series for Historic Formula 2, the Pre ’80 Endurance Series, the Super Touring Trophy and the Jaguar Classic Challenge bring the total of MSA recognised Championships and Series to 16.

The HSCC will be organising a total of 11 Race Meetings in 2017 amongst these will be the Donington Historic Festival, The Silverstone Classic and the Walter Hayes Trophy for which the HSCC is the race organising event permit holders.

From its humble beginnings the club now has over a thousand members, the majority of whom compete regularly in Historic Race Meetings both in the UK and across the world. All continue to adhere to the founding philosophy of preserving and maintaining period race cars.

The HSCC comes to Silverstone in June with its recreation of the International Trophy Meetings that were held on the Grand Prix circuit between the 1950’s and 1980’s. For many years the International Trophy was run as a non championship Formula One Race and during the 1970s the Formula One cars duelled with the Formula 5000 cars. In later years the International Trophy was for Formula 2 Cars.

It is the Formula 2 cars that head the HSCC race programme with two rounds of the Historic Formula 2 FIA International Series with cars and drivers entering from across Europe.  The days of the Chevrolet 5 Litre Engine Formula 5000 are not overlooked as they also have two races across the weekend in Derek Bell Trophy Races. The International weekend was always supported by Sports Racing and GT cars, along with the junior Formula 3.  All of that is included in the race weekend.

The Pre’80 Endurance series, has a pair of races for sports prototype and Sports Racing cars, and GT Cars of the 1970’s. The HSCC Guards Trophy has a single endurance pit stop race for similar cars of the 1950s and 1960s. Whilst the GT and Sports Car Cup has a longer pit stop endurance race primarily for GT Cars.  Completing the line up of endurance races will be the Jaguar Classic Challenge, which is for Pre’66 Jaguars, ranging from the beautiful XK120, the Le Mans C and D – Type sports racing cars encompassing Jaguar saloon cars from the MkVII to the Mk2 with the jewel in the crown being the iconic E-type.

The event programme is completed by a pair of super slipstreaming races for the Historic Formula Ford, with races for Historic Formula Ford 2000, Classic Formula 3 and Historic Formula 3. Many of these cars were raced in period by Grand Prix stars and have been restored to their original liveries.

HSCC Championships and Series  

HSCC  70’s Roadsports Championship

This championship is open to genuine production sports and GT cars built and road registered between 1.1.70 and 31.12.79. Only minor modifications to engine and suspension are permitted body shell must remain as standard. Cars must remain road legal and additional championship points are awarded at each round to competitors who drive their car to the circuit and who score fastest lap in class. Modifications are strictly limited and all cars must use MSA Blue Book listed tyres. All cars must have current HSCC Vehicle Identification forms and a current MOT.

Lotus is the most successful marque within the championship currently and the front runners this weekend will be Father and Son Mark and Will Leverett in Lotus Elan and Lotus Europa, also in Europa’s are Jim Dean and Steve Skipworth whilst reigning Champion Julian Barter fields another Elan. Always a front runner and potential race winner is Julian’s father Charles in a Datsun 240Z

HSCC Classic Formula 3 Championship supported by MB Racing Wheels

This Championship is open to genuine Formula 3 racing cars originally built and raced between 1.1.71 and 31.12.84. Cars may use 2 Litre Toyota or 1600cc Lotus Twin Cam engines as appropriate, fitted with the air restrictors. Only very minor alterations from original specification are permitted. All cars use the same type and compound of Avon Control Tyres. There are also two invitation classes open to Formula Ford 2000 and Water Cooled Super Vee cars. All cars must have current Vehicle Identification Forms. The Winner of Class B in the Championship for cars built between 1st January – 31st December 1973 will receive the Tony Brise Trophy.

The Classic Formula 3 Championship evokes the era when future Grand Prix stars were learning their trade in the lower rungs of motor sport, the cars raced by Derek Warwick, Martin Brundle can be found on this grid along with drivers like Ian Flux and Richard Trott who raced against them in period.

HSCC Classic Racing Car Series

This championship is open to single seater racing cars up to 1600cc built prior to 31.12.73 with various cut off dates depending on class and engine capacity. F1,F2,F3 and Formula Junior cars are all eligible. Dunlop or Avon control tyres are mandatory. There is also a separate class for pre-1972 Historic Formula Ford cars. All cars must have current Vehicle Identification Forms

HSCC Historic Formula 3 Championship

The Historic Formula 3 Championship is open to one litre Formula 3 cars, originally built and raced between 01.1.64 to 31.12.70.

The two grids of Classic Racing Cars and Historic Formula three are combined for Saturday, with the one litre ‘screamers’ having a second standalone race on the Sunday.  The Classic Racing Cars race features the rare Mclaren M4a Formula 2 car of Mike Flewitt, whilst the Historic Formula 3 race contains some of the cars featured in the film Rush The ontrack stars of the race are likely to be  Brabham BT21s of Peter Thompson and Jon Milicevic

HSCC Derek Bell Trophy Series

This series is open to single seater Formula 5000, Formula 2 and Formula Atlantic cars, built between 1.1.67 and 31.12.78 pre ground effect. There are a number of Invitation classes for  Classic Formula 3 , FF2000,  Formula Super Vee cars, and ground effect Formula Atlantic cars, built and raced before 1.1.84. There is also a class for Class A Classic Clubmans Cars. For 2012 an Invitation class has been included. Cars must be in original specification with only the addition of current safety requirements. All cars must have current Vehicle Identification Forms.

Recreating the days of the Daily Express International Trophy Meetings at Silverstone, the Derek Bell Trophy will bring together, Formula One, Formula 5000 and Formula 2 cars in two spectacular races over the weekend. Heading the entry is the Formula 5000 Gurney Eagle FA74 of HSCC Chairman Frank Lyons, Max Smith Hilliard has entered his Fittipaldi Formula one car, whilst also in the entry is the ex Peter Gethin Chevron B37 of Neil Glover and the March 73A of Jamie Brashaw.

HSCC Guards Trophy Championship supported by Dunlop Tyres

This Championship is open to  GT cars built prior to 31.12.65 and Sports Racing Car up to 2 Litres built prior to 31.12.68 which have, as a model, International competition history in period. Regulations are as per FIA Appendix K, i.e. full period racing specification in accordance with manufacturers homologation forms. All cars must have current FIA HTP Forms. A wide variety of sports and GT racers have assembled for this race meeting, ranging from the rumbling V8s of Mike Whitaker TVR and Leo Voyazides AC Cobra, to the nimble Chevron B8s of Charlie Allison and James Schryver

HSCC Historic Formula Ford Championship in association with Avon Tyres Supported by Radio Caroline

This Championship is open to Formula Ford 1600 cars originally built and raced prior to 31.12.71. Specification must be as original with only the addition of current safety requirements.  There is also a special Novice class within this Championship for competitors who have no previous race or kart experience. All cars must have current Vehicle Identification Forms.

Historic racing goes Pop in the form of support from Radio Caroline for this popular single seater catergory. Formula Ford itself celebrates its 50th birthday in July with special races at Brands Hatch and the Silverstone Classic. The HSCC has a massive entry of 65 cars, for this race meeting in May.

HSCC/FJHRA Silverline Historic Formula Junior Championship.

This championship is open to single seater racing cars complying with Formula Junior Regulations built and raced between 1958 and 1963, with classes for 500cc Formula 3 cars and built and raced between 1946 and 1962.

Possibly one of the most successful single seater catergory in Historic Racing, with races across the world. Formula Junior was created by Count Johnny Lurani in 1957 as a stepping stone into Grand Prix racing. These evocative mini Grand Prix cars, exemplify the rapid development in motor sport as single seaters moved from front engine to rear engine propulsion. Always close racing, one of the cars to look for will be the Brabham BT6 of Mark Shaw originally raced by Denny Hulme in period.

HSCC Historic Road Sports Championship

The Championship is open to genuine production sports and GT cars built and road registered between 1947 and 31.12.69 and which have as a model, International competition history in period. Some modifications to engine and suspension are permitted. Cars must remain road legal and additional championship points are awarded at each round to competitors who drive their car to and from the circuit. All cars must use MSA Blue Book listed tyres and must have a current MOT and Vehicle Identification Form.

Covering the earlier generation of road sports cars the front of the grid is dominated by Morgan Plus 8 with Philip Goddard, Robin Pearce, Kevin Kivlochan and Donington winner William Plant all entered. Look for the unusual but distinctive Fiat 124 of local man Ian Jacobs.

HSCC Historic Touring Car Championship

The Historic Touring Car Championship, is open to touring cars which as a model were in series production on or before January 1st 1966 and which appears on the permanent list of eligible vehicles held by the HRSR. Two plus two cars and van-derived estate cars are not eligible. They may either be homologated or un- Homologated saloons. All cars must have current Vehicle Identification Forms. There are separate classes for cars built to the period FIA Appendix K regulations.

Do remember the days of Minis racing against Ford Lotus Cortinas, and mixing it with the American muscle cars, like Ford Falcon, Ford Mustang, and Ford Galaxie? This is where you can relive those glory days all over again.

Pre 80 Endurance Series

The Pre-80 Endurance Series is open to Sports Racing, GT and Touring Cars of a type that would have competed in the World Endurance Championship, FIA GT Championship, FIA 2 Litre Sports Car Championship or other International Competition up to 31st December 1979.  There is also an invitation class for Sports 2000 cars built up to 31st December 1984 conforming to SRCC regulations. With the exception of Sports 2000 cars all cars must have a valid FIA HTP.

A full one hour race, with a variety of cars ranging from the spectacular 7 Litre Chevrolet Corvette of Peter Hallford to the beautiful Lola T282 of Leo Voyazides, this race is guaranteed to set your pulse racing.

Previous Winners

Silverstone Daily Express International Trophy Winners between 1949 – 1984:

Alberto Ascari – Ferrari 125
Nino Farina – Alfa Romeo 158
Reg Parnell – Thinwall Ferrari
Lance Macklin HWM
Mike Hawthorn – Ferrari 500
Jose Froilan Gonzalez – Ferrari 625
Peter Collins – Maserati
Stirling Moss – Vanwall
Jean Behra – BRM P25
Peter Collins – Ferrari Dino 246
Jack Brabham – Cooper T51
Innes Ireland – Lotus 18
Stirling Moss – Cooper T53P
Graham Hill – BRM P57
Jim Clark – Lotus 25
Jack Brabham – Brabham BT7
Jackie Stewart – BRM P261
Jack Brabham – Brabham BT19
Mike Parkes – Ferrari 312
Denis Hulme – Mclaren M7
Jack Brabham – Brabham BT26A
Chris Amon – March 701
Graham Hill – Brabham BT34
Emerson Fittipaldi – Lotus 72
Jackie Stewart – Tyrrell 006
James Hunt – Hesketh 308
Niki Lauda – Ferrari 312T
James Hunt – Mclaren M23
Rene Arnoux – Martini Mk22
Keke Rosberg – Theodore TR1
Eddie Cheever – Osella FA2
Eliseo Salazar – Williams FW07
Mike Thackewell – Ralt RH6
Stefan Bellof – Maurer MM2
Beppe Gabbiani – March 832
Mike Thackwell – Ralt RH6


2018 Season

Date Location
7-8 April Donington Park
21 April Snetterton 200
4-6 May Donington Historic Festival
19-20 May Cadwell Park (Wolds Trophy)
16-17 June Silverstone International Trophy
30 June – 1 July Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix
20-22 July Silverstone Classic
4-5 August Croft Nostalgia Weekend
25-27 August Oulton Park Gold Cup
22-23 September Brands Indy
21-22 October Silverstone Championship Finals
3-4 November Silverstone Walter Hayes Trophy

*Timetable is provisional and subject to change


Internal camping pitches will be available at this event. You can add camping to your order after selecting your tickets.

Internal Camping* £45 per pitch

*only available when purchasing weekend tickets
** electric hook ups are not available at this event.


  • Saturday 16 June
    Time Session Category
    08:00 Gates open
    09:00 – 09:20 Historic Formula Ford Qualifying
    09:30 – 10:00 Pre 80 Endurance Qualifying
    10:10 – 10:40 Jaguar Classic Challenge Qualifying
    10:50 – 11:15 Historic Formula 2 Qualifying
    11:25 – 11:45 Historic Formula 3 Qualifying
    11:55 – 12:15 Derek Bell Trophy Qualifying
    12:25 – 12:55 GT & SCC Qualifying
    12:55 – 13:35 Lunch break
    13:35 – 13:55 Historic Formula Ford Race 1
    14:10 – 14:40 Pre 80 Endurance Race 2
    14:55 – 15:55 Jaguar Classic Challenge Race 3
    16:10 – 16:35 Historic Formula 2 Race 4
    16:50 – 17:10 Historic Formula 3 Race 5
    17:25 – 17:45 Derek Bell Trophy Race 6
    18:00 Gates close
  • Sunday 17 June
    Time Session Category
    08:00 Gates open
    09:00 – 09:30 Guard Trophy Qualifying
    09:45 – 10:05 Classic Formula 3/URS Qualifying
    10:20 – 10:50 Pre ’80 Endurance Race 7
    10:50 – 11:10 Church break
    11:10 – 12:40 GTSCC Race 8
    12:55 – 13:15 Classic Formula 3/URS Race 9
    13:15 – 13:55 Lunch break
    13:55 – 14:20 Historic Formula 2 Race 10
    14:35 – 14:55 Historic Formula 3 Race 11
    15:10 – 15:30 Historic Formula Ford Race 12
    15:45 – 16:05 Derek Bell Trophy Race 13
    16:20 – 17:05 Guards Trophy Race 14
    17:20 – 17:40 Classic Formula 3/URS Race 15
    18:00 Gates close



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    AM 1602

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    Please call 0844 3728 232 for further information or view the accessibility section of our website here.

  • Can I get into the paddock area?

    There is open access to the paddock area throughout the weekend.

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    There are no scheduled pit walks for this event.

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    There is a cash machine located in the Pit Stop Cafe. Please note that this machine charges for cash withdrawals.

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    No, there is a shop in Silverstone village, and the onsite medical centre hold all emergency medical supplies.

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    Bikes can sometimes be used at the circuit though they are not advised at the larger events as the circuit is too busy


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    Ticket despatch starts four to six weeks prior to the event but tickets may be sent out up to a week before the event.

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  • What time do gates open?

    8am each day.

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    Car parks open up to half an hour before circuit gate opening times. Please note that this is subject to change.

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  • Can I camp at Silverstone?

    Internal camping pitches will be available at this event for £45 per pitch . Pitches are 7m x 9m.

    You can add camping to your order after selecting your tickets.

  • Food & Drink

    We have a wide range of vendors to suite all tastes, serving a variety of traditional hot snacks including burgers, fish and chips, jacket potatoes, pies, paninis and of course vegetarian food. There are also a number of licensed bars serving beer and other refreshments. Please kindly note that glass bottles are not permitted within the circuit at any time and you will be asked to leave any at the gates should you try to bring them in.

  • What items are not allowed into the venue?

    The following items are not permitted into the venue:

    • Bags with a capacity of over 20L
    • Glass bottles
    • BBQ’s
    • Restricted and illegal substances
    • Offensive weapons
    • No animals (excluding Assistance Dogs) will be admitted to the Venue or any car parks. All registered assistance dogs are welcome. However, before your arrival please contact the circuit on 0844 3728 251 (Mon-Fri 8:30am – 5:30pm only) so that the necessary arrangements can be made
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