We hold monthly meetings in several areas of the country and you can be guaranteed a warm welcome, whether currently a club member or not.
spa six hours 2019
In 2019, Ford is commemorating the Ford GT40’s victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1969. The victory, in which Jacky Ickx played an unforgettable leading role, is so legendary that Ford wants to celebrate that heroic moment fifty years later. It’s doing so not just with a bid by the new Ford GT for victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, but also with a 1969 Revival, never seen before, at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in September.
During the Spa Six Hours on Sunday 29 September, Ford will relive the start and finish of the race with no fewer than 50 Ford GTs and GT40s from all three generations! The original race’s start and finish will be re-enacted, with the Ford GT40 ‘Number 6’ in Gulf colours starting last and finishing first a few laps later. An unmissable spectacle!
Ford v Ferrari
Release date 15th November, if you've not seen this trailer yet I guarantee you'll watch it at least twice!
Recent publicity on the new Ford GT has brought the GT40 to the attention of a whole new generation - and the GT40 Enthusiasts Club is enjoying an upsurge of interest in its activities. The original Ford GT series of the 1960s, generally known as the GT40, is unarguably both one of the most beautiful sports racers in history as well as being one of the most successful. It is hardly surprising that it has maintained a near fanatical following and subsequently spawned a thriving replica market.
GT40 Enthusiasts Club membership is remarkably good value at £30 per annum. You gain access to huge amounts of experience across the club in building, maintaining and generally owning a GT40. We of course provide a great magazine (four issues per year), regular events, plenty of socials and discounts on many products and services.
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The GT40 Enthusiasts Club attends many events both nationally and internationally. In addition, the eight UK regions of the club host monthly meetings where you can usually see the odd GT40 and generally talk about our favourite racing car. These meetings are also a good opportunity to seek help and technical advice if you are building your own replica. Details of any events featuring GT40s, particularly racing, will be listed here.
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Gain access to huge amounts of experience across the club in building, maintaining and generally owning a GT40