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2020 Calendar

2020 Bugatti Owners Club / Henney's Cider

Classic Speed Championship

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Pending final MSUK approval this is the 2020 calendar. You will notice that Wiscombe Park is not in this list. The meeting will still take place and BOC is an invited club for anyone wishing to take part.

 

There are 5 Prescott meetings on the calendar that will for a second year make up a Prescott specific 'mini-series'. There will be a single award in each class for the driver that achieves the best collective score on handicap across these 5 rounds, with all scores to count. The points will be the same as awarded in the main championship.

 

There are 4 sprint meetings this year , at 3 different venues. Anglesey proved popular in its first year within our championship. Its a longish way to travel but a great challenging track and was extremely well organised with an early finish on the second day. MIRA has been retained as it was a lot more popular (numbers wise) than Wiscombe. As this is a speed championship it also balances out the sprints to hillclimbs ratio a bit more evenly.

 

Shelsley's Classic Nostalgia is not on the calendar this year as it clashes with BOC's own Porsche / Midland weekend that the club want their own series to support. We do however have a slot at Shelsley on the Saturday (single day like the B licence at Prescott) of the big August British Hillclimb round.

 

Harewood is retained as 2 x  single day meetings as it was the preferred format of our competitors - again allowing for the travel distance to make it worthwhile attending.

 

All in all its a nicely balanced calendar , fairly evenly spread across the summer months of the year. With a drivers best 8 rounds to count it allows for holidays, family & work commitments to be catered for.

 

Obviously it isnt possible to please all the people all the time , but overall its a good spread of events at the best venues - hopefully this will continue to attract a great variety of classic racing machinery as in previous years.

 

 

Simon Braithwaite