Our aim is to ensure all cars competing in the 70s Road Sports Championship comply with the Regulations.
It has become apparent recently that many competitors rely on the word of their preparation specialists to confirm the technical specifications of their competition cars, which unfortunately as recent events have shown has not always proved to be accurate.
Eligibility Scrutineer Nigel Edwards has offered to spend time with any 70s competitor (novice or not) to guide them through the HSCC scrutineering process.
We believe that being able to ensure with confidence that all competing cars are compliant with their correct specification will promote demonstrably fair racing and remove one area of stress from a race weekend
Following the post race checks at Donington Park the value of being certain that your car complies with our Technical Regulations should be obvious to all. In return for his technical help and support we suggest that all competitors who take advantage of Nigel’s generous offer should at the very least reimburse Nigel’s travelling expenses
Nigel Edwards MSAUK Scrutineer Car & Eligibility (Licence 15190) and HTP Registrar 01903 742505 or 07875 111554
When contacting Nigel it would be useful if you were able to tell him whether your car has a current VIF, when the VIF was approved and whether you have made any changes to the specification of you car since the VIF was issued. Download Regulations
As a Championship we have a robust, well thought out set of regulations to allow road driven sports and GT cars of the 70s era to compete at the best circuits in the UK.
All cars registered for the 70s Road Sports Championship must have a current HSCC Vehicle Identification Form (VIF). No competitor can claim Championship points unless their VIF has been approved by the Registrar.
Cars from the same era which do not have a current VIF may be accepted at the invitation of the HSCC subject to the completion of a Vehicle Detail Form (VDF). The Invitation class is solely to encourage competitors to join the 70s Championship and should not be used as a means to bypass the Regulations to enter a car that has been modified beyond the championship regulations to gain a performance advantage.
The organisers reserve the right to exclude any car they feel does not comply with the intent of the Championship Regulations.
Should the entry list for any event be oversubscribed cars registered for the Championship will take priority over any Invitation entries.
The 2019 70s Road Sports Championship Technical Regulations will include penalties that will apply for non-compliance, these will apply at all times.
Penalites for non-compliance are as follows : Non-compliance at scrutineering & before qualifying: An opportunity to comply without penalty; Non-compliance after qualifying: An opportunity to comply but will start from the back of the grid; Non-compliance: Any car that doesn’t meet the regulations will be placed in the Invitation Class and start from the back of the grid; Non-compliance at post race scrutineering: Any car that doesn’t meet the regulations identified after the race will be excluded from the results.