About Us

This section of the website covers all the ‘workings’ of the club with each page being accessed by the sub-menu immediately above: Committee An intro to all your committee members and their contact details Awards All our permanent awards and all the winners over the years Affiliations Details of our affiliations including the CMC and CAMS Constitution Our objectives as a club, our clubs constitution and our policies and procedures manual History A glimpse into the past Membership Currently closed Club Plates Details of the club’s parrticipation in the NSW historic registration schemes Pointscore How to score points in our annual pointscore Publications Details of all our publications including Top Gear, our bi-monthly magazine, this website and our Facebook page Sporting Our sporting competition

Introduction from our President Stephen Knox

The Thoroughbred Sports Car Club was formed in 1981, mainly by people from Aston Martin and Jaguar clubs. In its early days there was a strong emphasis on competition for which the members’ cars were ideally suited. Over the years the scope of the club has shifted and, while there are still members who actively campaign their cars in a variety of motor sport events, the main aim now is on social activities. These include regular runs on a Wednesday, weekend outings and overnight stays. If the members have changed, then so have the cars. There are still some beautiful examples of Aston Martin and Jaguar in the club but the range now includes cars from Mazda to McLaren and Ford to Ferrari. The term ‘thoroughbred’ is less relevant today than it was, as car companies merge, take over others and share components. However, the word still conjures up images of quality and interesting vehicles. Similarly, whilst there are some magnificent sports cars in the club, members also own saloons and convertibles, but always of the type that interest enthusiasts. The TSCC has never been a big club and until recently, membership was capped at 100. It was lifted to 120 in 2018 and retains a close ‘family’ feel. We meet monthly at Carlingford Bowling Club.

About Us

This section of the website covers all the ‘workings’ of the club with each page being accessed by the sub-menu immediately above: Committee An intro to all your committee members and their contact details Awards All our permanent awards and all the winners over the years Affiliations Details of our affiliations including the CMC and CAMS Constitution Our objectives as a club, our clubs constitution and our policies and procedures manual History A glimpse into the past Membership Currently closed Club Plates Details of the club’s parrticipation in the NSW historic registration schemes Pointscore How to score points in our annual pointscore Publications Details of all our publications including Top Gear, our bi-monthly magazine, this website and our Facebook page Sporting Our sporting competition

Introduction from our President

Stephen Knox

The Thoroughbred Sports Car Club was formed in 1981, mainly by people from Aston Martin and Jaguar clubs. In its early days there was a strong emphasis on competition for which the members’ cars were ideally suited. Over the years the scope of the club has shifted and, while there are still members who actively campaign their cars in a variety of motor sport events, the main aim now is on social activities. These include regular runs on a Wednesday, weekend outings and overnight stays. If the members have changed, then so have the cars. There are still some beautiful examples of Aston Martin and Jaguar in the club but the range now includes cars from Mazda to McLaren and Ford to Ferrari. The term ‘thoroughbred’ is less relevant today than it was, as car companies merge, take over others and share components. However, the word still conjures up images of quality and interesting vehicles. Similarly, whilst there are some magnificent sports cars in the club, members also own saloons and convertibles, but always of the type that interest enthusiasts. The TSCC has never been a big club and until recently, membership was capped at 100. It was lifted to 120 in 2018 and retains a close ‘family’ feel. We meet monthly at Carlingford Bowling Club.
Thoroughbred Sports Car Club