A Brief History
Formed in 1934 by enthusiasts in the NW London and Middlesex area, and now with members throughout the Home Counties, Harrow is the Club which has close links with the Moss family. Sir Stirling’s parents were active members and Stirling himself began his motor sport career by competing in a Harrow CC trial in 1947. His sister and works driver Pat Moss Carlsson regularly competed in Harrow CC rallies in the 1960’s. Other famous names to began their motor sport with HCC include racers Gerry Marshall, Dave Brodie and Steve Soper, and British Leyland works rally driver Brian Culcheth. Current Harrow members include champions in sprints, road rallying and autotests, successful club competitors and members who have served on MSA committees, all of whom can pass on experience to younger and novice drivers.
To learn more about the history of the club download the pdf booklet on the first 50 years of HCC here (11mb)
More recent club history can be found in this booklet produced in 2015 – From 50 to 80 by clicking here
What We Do
Harrow CC organises sprints at North Weald Airfield and a Southern Championship autotest and autosolo at Bovingdon, Hertfordshire; the Club enters a team in the Birkett Six-Hour Relay Race at Silverstone and has competitors in major British championships, in fact Members can take part in all types of motoring events, social activities and attendance at classic car shows.
To continue to provide low-cost motor sport in a friendly atmosphere, especially for Members using road cars and encourage participation in a wide variety of events, both competitive and social. All information appears in regular e-mail and website updates and at our Club meetings on the second Tuesday of every month – see Events Page for details.
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