The Historic Rally Car Register is the club for anyone with an interest in Historic Rallying, the branch of motor sport dedicated to the types of cars that were rallied from the 1950's through to the 1980's.
HRCR members can be found supporting all forms of historic rallying in Britain and abroad, as drivers, navigators, marshals or spectators, whether in the Welsh lanes, the Yorkshire forests or on the famous Alpine passes.
Created in 1983, the HRCR is the largest organisation of its kind in Europe, with around 1800 members and a host of championships, events and meetings to suit all tastes. The HRCR is run by enthusiasts - for enthusiasts.
At the head of the HRCR's competition programme is the MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the UK's premier historic rally championship, taking in both gravel and asphalt stage rallies.
The HRCR also organises the Clubmans Rally Championship, for its many members that like to compete in daytime regularity rallies.
A coordinated series of Scenic Tours offers non-competitive events with simple navigation, while HRCR Area Groups hold regular social meetings and a selection of competitive and non-competitive events in most parts of the country.
Published bimonthly and received by all members, the oldSTAGER is the only magazine totally dedicated to the exciting and varied world of historic rallying.
So, if you want to get involved in any form of historic rallying, this is the club for you!