Mallory Park is set to welcome a pair of very special paddocks to Leicestershire at this meeting, as both the Aston Martin Owners Club and Formula Ford will both be in attendance on what’s sure to be a memorable day of racing.
The Aston Martin Owners Club’s Racing division will have all six of its championships out in force on this day, with a sensational mix of historic and contemporary race cars all set to make an appearance. For those who are fans of the good old days, there’s the Innes Ireland Cup and Jack Fairman Cup for sports, GT and touring cars from the 1950s and 1960s, while also making an appearance will be the oldest cars racing on the timetable in the very special Pre-War Team Challenge. As for those who prefer newer machinery, there’s the Intermarques Championship, GT Challenge and GT4 Challenge, all of which will see some of the finest modern creations from Aston Martin racing alongside cars from other top marques such as Ferrari and Porsche to name a couple. All in all, it’s always a special occasion when AMOC are on track and we expect this day of racing at Mallory Park to be no different.
They will be accompanied by the final races of the season for the Star of Mallory contest, part of this year’s Avon Tyres Northern and Super Classic Formula Ford Championship. After three meetings where the drivers will have been battling hard amongst each other for honours, not only will the circuit title be up for grabs but the results here will of course also prove crucial for those competing for individual class titles within the Northern and Super Classic championship too. The class structure means any and all ages and makes of Kent-engined Formula Fords can compete and be competitive and with additional prize money and testing voucher incentives, it’s a superb opportunity for anyone looking to enjoy a Formula Ford race!