Racing Series Youngtimer Touring Car Challenge


The sheer joy of driving

Beautiful people, beautiful cars from the great era of motorsport, exciting and fair races, an open drivers’ paddock for the public and a whole lot of fun together. This is what awaits you at the CSN Groep Youngtimer Touring Car Challenge.

“We are here to entertain the fans, the organisers, the families and us, of course,” says YTCC organiser Randall Lawson. “The races are simply about driving the racing car as fast as possible, having a whole lot of fun on the track with the other drivers, enjoying this privilege together with the other participants in the drivers’ paddock and celebrating the fact that we can do this. No, it isn’t a championship and we don’t crown any world champions here – we are nothing of the sort. When racing in the CSN Groep YTCC, it is really just about enjoying life together with friends from all over the world. Competing against each other with a broad smile on our faces. Of course, you don’t let the driver in front of you win the battle on the track – but that’s only because the loser has to pay for the beer in the evening. And at the end of the day, that is all we’re trying to do in racing.”

The CSN Groep YTCC has proved itself as the racing series that simply everyone wants to drive in. And you can do it in touring cars, sports cars, prototypes and even Le Mans and Imsa cars up until 1990. A great racing era in which the constructors did their best to bring the most beautiful and fastest racing cars onto the track. “Racing cars from this era don’t belong in museums or dusty garages. They belong in the place they were made for: on the racing track. And we also don’t mind if someone drives a Ford, Melkus, Jide, BMW, Lotus, Porsche, Trabant or a big-block Corvette. As long as you are having fun and your car is going as fast as it is capable of going, that’s fine by me,” says Lawson. “Of course, a car must comply with our regulations, but we don’t ask for a historic FIA car pass or other official FIA documents. It’s always good if a car has a great history and a lot of our original cars have been race winners themselves in the past. If the owner knows which period the technical components for installation in the car need to be from, and which ones are not allowed to be used, then they are the right person for us. We welcome this type of car owner – with their big dreams – with open arms. Here in Hockenheim, the last seven years has shown us that a racing weekend has much more to offer than just the races on the track. If participants, families and fans leave the ring at the end of the weekend beaming, then I know that we’ve done everything right.”




CSN Groep Youngtimer Touring Car Challenge
Randall Lawson
Parallelweg 128Q
NL-1948 NN Beverwijk

Phone: +31 (0) 318 520 658

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