British Racing and Sports Car Club

The British Racing and Sports Car Club is an organizer of motor events in the UK. The BRSC was founded in 1946 by motoring enthusiasts who felt the need for an organization for half-liter cars. It is this insistence on single-seat 500cc cars that led to the original BRSC name, the 500 club. The 500-club organized among others the formula 3 motoring event, in addition to publishing a motoring magazine. The name stuck until 1966 when the club became the British Racing and Sports Car Club.


The BRSC currently organizes over 25 championships and 50 race meetings across the UK. These include the Brands Hatch, Donington, and Silverstone. BRSCC has the expertise and experience required to run and maintain these events. A skill that shows when you see the world’s best cars on the track. When cars like the Ferrari 488 GTB, for example, show up you know you are in for a serious race.

In Europe, BRSC organizes the Le Mans European Series, which has been turned into some sort of preparation ground for future Formula 1 drivers. Formula 1 executives such as William’s Rob Smedley regularly attend BSRC events to scout the next generation of Formula 1 drivers and engineers.

Which is the World’s Fastest Car?

Speed thrills, but it kills too. Not that such statements have done anything to stop motor enthusiasts from seeking out the fastest of fast cars. In an age where supercar technology is at its cutting edge, you might wonder which the world’s fastest car is. There are two prime candidates for this position.

Official Record Holder

The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is the world’s fastest production car. The Volkswagen-made Bugatti holds the record at 268 mph. Prices start at $1.7 million for this 1000 hp speed machine. The Chiron currently holds the world record, but only because our next competitor has not yet met the technical qualifications for getting into the Guinness World Records.

Fastest Car, Period

The next car is one that we hope will be picked up by the British racing and sports car club, although it does not seem likely. It is the Hennessey Venom GT. The American supercar has a top speed of 270 mph. The only reasons the Venom doesn’t have the world record is because it has only sold 16 units, and the technicality states that a car must have sold over 30 units to qualify for the Guinness book of records.