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The 1970s and early ’80s was an exciting time for motorcycle Grand Prix – probably the last time privateers had a genuine chance of mixing it with works bikes. GP Originals presents the sights, sounds and smells of this Post Classic racing era.

The Series has been inspired by the motorcycles featured in the Hailwood Trophy. The prestigious event is held at the Goodwood Members’ Meeting and highlights GP machines such as the ubiquitous Yamaha TZ250 and TZ350.

Brands Hatch

30–31 March

Oulton Park

27 April

Cadwell Park

22–23 June

Donington Park

27–28 July

Post Classic racing – over £18k of cash & prizes throughout the field

GP Originals has four of the UK’s best circuits on the calendar for 2019 and we have an incredible gang of sponsors along for the ride. With a cash prize fund of £6,975 riders will fight for funds down to 5th in both 250 and 350 classes. Competitors over 55 can also win cash down to 3rd. At the season end the top three in 250, 350 and Masters will share £675 plus vouchers from Teng Tools and Motocarb and they’ll raise a toast with Titanic Brewery beers.

It’s not all about race winners. We have £10,800 worth of vouchers, products and incentive rewards to distribute throughout the field. From simply getting your entry in early to special achievements, there’s something to benefit every race budget.

How to race with GP Originals

All riders must be paid up members of GP Originals to enter our events and be entitled to the rewards, cash prizes and discounts on offer. Simply complete the membership form, pay just £15.00 by BACS or PayPal and receive your ACU licence code. You can join for the season, just one meeting or as a supporter.

Complete the membership form

Eligibility questions

We are the only dedicated post classic 250 and 350 two-stroke GP series – therefore there are rules! Love them or loathe them, rules keep the racing competitive and the bikes ‘in period’. We keep a keen ear on what our riders are looking for and there is a clear message that our kind of people want tighter period style machines.

Please visit our collection of research articles to find out more about period and replica parts.