AMOC Intermarque Championship

One of the longest-running Championships in the UK designed for high-performance marques from the 1970's through to 1995.

Next Event Snetterton 300 Circuit

BRSCC SUMMER FESTIVAL

24 July 2021 - 25 July 2021

DAYS HOURS MINUTES
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2021 PROVISIONAL CALENDAR

EVENT DATE CIRCUIT INFO
1 - Sunday 08 May 2021 - 09 May 2021 Donington Park National Event
2 - Sunday 24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021 Snetterton 300 Event
3 - Saturday 28 Aug 2021 - 28 Aug 2021 Mallory Park Event
4 - Sunday 30 Oct 2021 - 31 Oct 2021 Brands Hatch Indy Event
SEASON
2019 View Standings
2018 View Standings

CONTACT DETAILS

Peter Snowdon - Competitions Director

About the AMOC Intermarque Championship

One of the longest-running Championships in the UK designed for high-performance marques from the 1970’s through to 1995. Cars that can usually be found in this series include BMWs, Porsches and Ferraris as well as a handful of current and classic Aston Martins.

​The Intermarque Shield is awarded to the winning marque team whilst drivers are also racing for individual honours.

 

Photos by Nick Edwards.

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DESCRIPTION DETAILS
Class A Pre 1970 mildly modified cars
Class B Post 1970, Pre 1995 mildly modified cars <230hp/ton
Class C Post 1970, Pre 1995 mildly modified cars <260hp/ton
Class D Pre 1970 modified cars
Class E 1970 – 1995 modified cars
Class INV Invitation Class

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