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The story of the formation of the 96 Club is the stuff of legend. When sports car driver Ray Bellm was “done” for speeding on the public highway back in 1976, his Ferrari was clocked at 96 mph. The resulting ban left Ray with the dilemma of how to enjoy the performance of his new steed.


His friend, Michael Scott, had the bright idea of forming a ‘track club’ for circuit driving – the first of its kind.


The subsequent club name followed as a matter of course.

The 96 Club.