500 Owners Association
Open to anyone with a passion for 500cc motorsport, the 500 Owners Association celebrates and actively takes part in classic Formula 3 racing and hill climbing.
Allard Owners Club
Established in 1951, the Allard Owners Club works to preserve and restore examples of the Allard marque. Its members, who can be found all around the world, regularly compete in hill climbs, sprints, historic races, classic trials and rallies.
Amilcar Salmson Register
The Amilcar Salmson Register was founded at Silverstone in 1955 by a group of Amilcar enthusiasts with the main aim of the group to ensure the continuation of the marque and assist with maintenance and spares. It currently has over 300 members worldwide.
Bentley Drivers Club
The Bentley Drivers Club is the largest single marque club for all Bentley drivers and enthusiasts, founded over 75 years ago. The club has grown to become a worldwide network of friends who share a love of all things Bentley.
The BRM Association was formed in 2012, with the aim of promoting the history and legacy of the iconic BRM marque and providing a forum for BRM car owners, former employees and enthusiasts.
Bromsgrove & District MG Owners Club
The Bromsgrove & District MGOC is a local club catering for all types of MG. They are also members of the FBHVC and are associated to the national MG Owners Club.
Brooklands Trust Members
The BTM are the official support group for Brooklands Museum, the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation. Members can look forward to a full range of special member events, and talks are held each year alongside the Museum’s own busy programme.
Bugatti Owners Club
The Bugatti Owners Club are one of the most established car clubs in the country and run Prescott Hill Speed Climb, regularly hosting historic motorsport throughout the year.
The ERA Club
The ERA Club was first established in 1936 by a group of enthusiasts who wanted to celebrate and honour English Racing Automobiles, then the UK’s latest racing marque. Now, it exists as a forum for owners, drivers and anyone who is interested in ERA, and has been continuously active since the 1950s.
Formula Junior Historic Racing Association
Established in 1993, the Formula Junior Historic Racing Association brings together competitors and fans alike of the popular Formula Junior historic racing series.
Hagley & District Light Car Club
The Hagley & District Light Car Club was formed in 1935, and organised the original Chateau Impney speed trials in the ‘50s and ‘60s. The club is based at Loton Park, which is one of the most challenging hill climbs in the country.
Jaguar XJS Club
Sleek, suave and sophisticated, the XJS was the longest running production model from Jaguar Cars. And at the XJS Club, the car is the star – your car joins the club, not you! Membership stays with the car, even if sold, so every XJS owner has a chance to enjoy club events, technical backup and meetups.
Morgan Sports Car Club
The Morgan Sports Car Club started as a small club for four-wheeled Morgan owners in the 1950s, and now has almost 5,000 members worldwide. The club regularly holds races, speed events, training and track days, as well as meet-ups for all of its members.
Morgan Three Wheeler Club
The Morgan Three Wheeler Club is the oldest Morgan car club in the world, and was formed in 1944 while the country was still within the throes of World War II. The club is open to anyone with an interest in three-wheelers and organises its own regular events and meetings, as well as taking part in events around the country.
Porsche Club Great Britain
Porsche Club Great Britain is the UK’s only officially approved Porsche club and has been run by dedicated and friendly Porsche enthusiasts for 55 years, who organise a host of activities and events all year round throughout the UK.
The Veteran Car Club encourages the use of, and assists in, the acquisition, restoration, preservation, exhibition and maintenance of veteran and Edwardian motor vehicles.
Vintage Sports-Car Club
Active in every aspect of motoring and motorsport for pre-war cars, the VSCC is one of the largest and best regarded motoring clubs in the world.
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