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Classic and Clubman - Kinrara Trophy


Open to front engine closed cockpit (definition hardtop or pressed metal roof) cars of a type that ran between 1960-1969 which combine the spirit of the Royal Automobile Club Tourist Trophy Races.

This list includes cars that run in the Graham Hill Trophy Races at Goodwood.

Eligible Cars:

AC Cobra

Alfa Romeo TZ


Aston Martin DB4 GT’s

Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin Project car DP212 – DP215

Aston Martin DB4 Zagato

Austin Healey 100/6’s

Austin Healey 3000’s

Chevrolet Corvette C1 & C2

Ferrari 250 SWB

Ferrari 250 GTO & GTO/4

Ferrari Uovo

Ford Mustang GT350

Ginetta G10

Jaguar E-types, ie Semi Lightweight & FHC
Lotus Elan 26R

Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe

TVR 400 & Vixen

Two classes RTR (Ready to Run) & Scratchbuilt

The Cheetah can only be run as RTR or an RTR chassis with the appropriate MRRC white body kit suitably painted in a period colour scheme


If a car does not appear on this list and you think it is eligible please check with Eric or Russ before making a purchase.



Ready to Run 


Motor & Orientation

Original as fitted

Guide Blade

Guide blade can be replaced with a wood guide

Wheels & Tyres

Original Wheels and front tyres

Rears can be changed - Maximum width 10mm, Minimum diameter 20mm

NOTE the Cheetah comes as RTR with larger wheels and tyres. These can be left on and trued but NOT changed for any performance wheels and tyres of a like size.

Gears & Pinion









Motor & Orientation

Max 18k S can, i.e. Pioneer Typhoon. Inline only

Or 18k Slimline for MRRC Chassis

Guide Blade

Wood guide

Wheels & Tyres

Front - Minimum width 7mm, Minimum diam 19mm

Rear - Maximum width 10mm, Minimum diam 20 mm


Gears & Pinion

Slot it 9/27 ratio inline only



PCS or MRRC only, No metal chassis models please of any sort

Ground clearance 2mm minimum


Must be present and complete so that the motor cannot be seen.

Must be include  a 3D representation of the driver including arms, head and steering wheel.



Must be painted and finished in a colour or style appropriate to the period. Race numbers on a roundel must be present on the two sides and bonnet.

NOTE: In all cases the body must be no less than 34mm from track surface top of roof. Spacers can be used.




Tyres can be glued and trued, front tyres can be varnished

Weight can be added

Motors will be checked. If a motor has a performance factor outside its expected range you will be asked to change it. Anything deemed not in the ‘Friendly spirit’ of competition will be respectfully requested to be changed. The scrutiniser’s decision is final.

Copy Date 31/8/2017

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