Hope for Tomorrow is delighted to once again be the charity of the year for the Autumn Classic event at Castle Combe on Saturday 6th October. 2018 is the seventh Castle Combe Autumn Classic, which will have a Le Mans flavour this year.
First established in 2012, the Autumn Classic has quickly established itself as a must-do date on the classic racing calendar and consistently delivers glorious racing from grids full of cars of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
Key elements of the 2018 edition will be celebrations of 50 years of the Ford GT40 and its Castle Combe heritage with Ron Fry and the 65th anniversary of the last race at the circuit for Sir Stirling Moss OBE and his lucky escape at Quarry.
Add in a host of classic car and owners’ clubs packing the car parks, on-track demonstration sessions for rare and powerful racing cars from the sport’s history and it all adds up to a superb day out in the manicured setting of Castle Combe, one of Britain’s longest-established race tracks.
For tickets, visit their website: www.autumnclassic.co.uk/races