CROFT CIRCUIT'S race-meeting season comes to an end on Saturday when the North Yorkshire venue stages a Classic Sports Car Club (CSSC) event.

Motorsport fans can see a variety of racing cars from throughout the ages at the CSSC’s Croft Anniversary event with machines from the 1950s through to the 2000s including hatchbacks, saloons and single-seaters taking to the track.

The one-day meeting will see qualifying take place throughout the morning, with racing getting under way after the lunch break.

First up will be the WOSP New Millennium Series for post-2000 production cars, followed by the Verum Builders Open Series and the Liqui Moly Slicks Series, for  saloon, hatchback, sports and GT cars.

Spectators can then revisit the 1950s and 1960s with The Adams & Page Swinging Sixties series for all sports, saloons and GT as they compete alongside the Mintex Classic K, showcasing pre-1966 GT and touring cars.

The Morgan Challenge will be in action twice throughout the afternoon, while the Co-Ord Sport Tin Tops will feature saloons and hatchbacks with the Puma Cup for the 1.7-litre Ford models and the Lohen Turbo Tin Tops for front-wheel drive turbo and supercharged cars.

The track will echo to sounds of the 1970s and 1980s as the Advantage Motorsport Future Classics line-up later in the afternoon to round off the season in style.

Gates open at 9am with track action starting at 9.30am. Adult admission is £16 on the gate with accompanied children aged 15 and under admitted free. There is also free car parking and paddock access.

Meanwhile, Cramlington & District Motor Club (CDMC) are hosting the third and final round of their 2023 Autocross Series at a new venue near Newcastle on Sunday, October 29 and are seeking competitors old and new to enter.

The 900m track will be in a stubble field near Ponteland and will feature a number of classes for a wide range of vehicles from road-going saloons to Autocross special buggies and just about everything in between.

Run in heats of four cars around the marked-out course, competitors are timed in all four heats with the fastest two heats counting towards the finals, which will incorporate the top 16 drivers from the day.

Junior drivers, and those competitors who wish to do so, such as those in rally cars, can compete singularly rather than as a mass start to reduce possible damage.

Cars can be shared, and minimal safety equipment is needed. Scrutineering will be from 8am followed by practice with racing between 10am-4pm.

The club needs marshals in order for the event to run - if you are interested in marshalling, email Jon Olds at

Entries cost £100 per driver are now open and close on October 22. For further information, contact the CDMC Competition Secretary at