The BRSCC is pleased to announce that following an agreement between both parties, the Track Attack Race Club will join the club’s Formulae portfolio from the 2021 season onwards.

The club has appeared on the timetables of several BRSCC race meetings over the last few years and has always produced a healthy variety and eclectic mix of manufacturers and models. Track Attack Race Club has aligned itself with the BRSCC in a bid to enhance its growth and reputation as a cost-effective multi-class racing series heading into 2021.

Coordinator Steve Vince spoke of the series and its ambitions, saying “Track Attack Race Club was founded in 2004 on the back of the first-ever dedicated one-make race series for Toyota MR2s and was subsequently joined by the Nippon Challenge for multiple brands and models of Japanese cars. The club introduced additional series along the way for a variety of Japanese manufacturers including Honda and Mazda, and eventually expanded away from its roots to establish and promote a dedicated series for French cars, the Tricolore Trophy, for Citroen, Peugeot and Renault models in both production and modified forms. Most recently, in 2020 we launched the Deutsche Marques Cup for German cars.

The ethos of the club has always been to offer affordable motorsport whilst maintaining a good club racing community atmosphere in the paddock. Whilst competition can be fierce, sportsmanship is always encouraged and good driving standards are ensured. Above all else, the emphasis of racing in this series is on enjoyment.

Officials and drivers of TARC look to an exciting future and hope to grow its series with the added support and exposure gained from being with the BRSCC for 2021 and beyond.”

The BRSCC’s Chief Operations Officer Paul McErlean added his own enthusiasm for the news, stating “We as a club have worked together with Steve on a number of occasions over the last few years and Track Attack have always been a welcome addition to our race meetings. This is a great mutual opportunity to work together further and help Track Attack develop and grow. I’m confident that with our support and our collective effort, we can deliver a new level of support and grid numbers for Track Attack throughout 2021 and in seasons to come.”

To find out more about the Track Attack Race Club, you can visit their website at and their dedicated Facebook page at


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