The British Racing & Sports Car Club was formed in 1946 and has been one of the most influential clubs & main driving forces in domestic motor racing ever since.
Today, with over 50 race meetings and 25 championships under the BRSCC umbrella annually, the Club continues to play a leading role in the British motor racing scene, organising both club race meetings and FIA sanctioned international events.
The Club Head Office is in Borough Green, Kent, just a short drive from Brands Hatch. With support from our six regional Centres the Club runs race meetings at circuits across the UK and is well equipped to serve members wherever they live in the country.
Peter Riches establishes and controls the technical and safety frameworks for leading championships around the world, ensuring close, safe and cost-effective competition that appeals to entrants, sponsors, organisers and spectators alike. He writes technical and sporting regulations for series and provides scrutineering services and race day management consultancy.