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  • Ford 50th Anniversary Video

    Our Club is excited about the upcoming 50th anniversary of GT40s winning at Le Mans, so to celebrate we put on a display.

  • Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb - July 18-19, 2015

    Shelsley Walsh hillclimb is the oldest motorsport venue in the UK still in use today. It is a steep (1 in 6 max) 1000 yard climb regularly used in the British hillclimb championship amongst other series.

  • New.... GT40 Register

    In the Members Area, we have just updated the GT40 Register. There are 1006 listings and almost 10,000 images up to March 6.

  • 2017 Ford GT40 - Submit Your Application

    If you or anyone you know is interested in purchasing your 2017 Ford GT at Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price, here is the application form

  • Le Mans Classic Update – LMC Track Time

    We are pleased to advise that the organisers of the LMC 2016 have very generously stated that the Friday evening session for track laps, as per 2014, is going to be available for The GT40 Enthusiasts Club again at this year's LMC.

  • Resurrecting the Le Mans Winning GT 40

    Ten months after announcing its purchase of the iconic Le Mans-winning 1966 Ford GT40, chassis P/1046, RK Motors Charlotte recently provided an update on the 20-month, comprehensive restoration of the historic racecar.

  • Spring Cougth & Spit - April 12, 2015

    Pictures from the last time we held this event

  • Le Mans Classic 2014 - July 4-6, 2014

    The Classic this year was a very mixed bag of ups & downs. The weather although not ideal, well far from ideal actually, made the spectating, paddock visits & the Club parking area somewhat interesting.

  • GT40 is 50 Years Old

    In 1964, the first prototype of the Ford GT, produced by Ford Advanced Vehicles (FAV), emerged and was quickly nicknamed the GT40.

membership

The current worldwide membership stands at just under 400. The membership year runs from 1st January to 31st December, with new members after 1st October the previous year receiving a bonus of 3 months and an extra magazine. The Club's active, attractively laid-out website at gt40enthusiastsclub.com keeps members up to date and carries late-breaking news; they have their own area in which to post events, sales and wants.

The Club publishes a full-colour 44 page magazine 4 times a year, containing articles on car builds and modifications, racing, historical articles, attendance at race meetings and social events. Its aim is to promote excellent engineering with safety, to be controversial and to keep Club members up-to-date with developments in the GT40 world.