Why Historic 750 Formula?
Historic 750 Formula is the home of low cost historic motorsport, racing cars built between 1922 and 1974. We also accepting entry of later built replica cars and "other cars of similar performance." We have a fascinating association with some of the world's leading car designers, builders and drivers - Graham Hill, Colin Chapman, Arthur Mallock, Gordon Murray, Eric Broadley (Lola), Mike Costin (Cosworth) all have a history with 750MC and Historic 750 Formula.
We permit an array of engines and car designs making our racing something really quite special. This includes supercharged Reliant 750 SVs, Reliant 850s, Coventry Climax 750, Austin 7s, Historic F3 500s, Ford 998 and historic Formula Vees. Find out more about the cars we race.
We often attract competitors who have never raced before, but also have some established drivers who want to compete in a series which is less fierce than their previous racing career. We have a number of father and son combinations racing on the grid and there’s always plenty of family members on hand to lend their support.
H750F is different from many other series, in that the 'home mechanic' on a limited budget can still compete at the sharp end of the grid. Our regulations are closely controlled, to keep costs down and help prevent people spending their way to the top step. If you breakdown your fellow competitors will be on hand to lend parts and advice, to get you back on the grid for the start of the next race.
It's more than just racing
We celebrate in style at the end of the season. The 750MC Awards Dinner & Dance sees us gather in unusually smart attire, to celebrate the success of the season.
A family thing
Spouses, partners, parents and children are all part of the paddock. Everyone helps out whether it's selling raffle tickets, making cups of tea, calculating race results or assisting new drivers.
Help on hand
Many of the paddock have made great friends with fellow racers. We all share technical knowledge and advice, share spare parts and help one another to make car repairs. Many of our drivers help fellow competitors to build engines - which often go faster than their own!
Food and Drink
We have a super hospitality gazebo to offer drivers and friends hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks. If the rain comes down it can get a little cosy!
When the sun shines we get together for a great big BBQ, everyone pitches in bringing something different; sausages, burgers, home made cakes, salads and a few beers. If the rain plans to visit us we book a buffet meal in the local.