Four weeks to go….

NKHTGT, the Dutch historic racing series for touring cars and GTs built between 1947 and 1965, will kick off in four weeks at Hockenheim.

Over 40 drivers have already registered for the 2022 season. Among them are more than 30 package deal drivers who will compete the full season. We are particularly pleased to welcome a good number of new participants. Among them are of course Dutchmen, but also racers from Sweden, Germany, Switzerland and Italy. It looks like we’re going to see a lot of competition in the GTS10 class this year, as a record number of Lotus Elans have been entered. On the touring car front, we are looking forward to the return of the Ford Anglia. Probably not a candidate for the podium, but it is driven by a former champion so never say never! On the sponsorship front, the news is mixed: we have secured four sponsorship deals, but the best place, prominently displayed on our windscreen streamer, is still vacant. A unique opportunity to advertise internationally.

The NKHTGT calendar for 2022 is as follows:

Month Day Format race Event
April 22-24 Qly 30 – 2×45 Preis der Stadt Stuttgart, Hockenheim
June 4-5 Qly 25 – 2×40 Zandvoort Whitsun races
June 24-26 Qly 30 – 1×61 Spa Summer Classic
Aug 5-7 Qly 30 – 2×30 Jack’s Racing Days Assen
Aug 26-28 Qly 2×15 – 2×30 Anderstorp, Sweden
Oct 7-9 Qly 45 – 1×120 + 1 x 30 Dijon Motors Cup

Want to join us? We welcome drivers with an FIA specification pre-’66 touring car, GT or GTS. Is your car’s HTP not quite finalized yet? No problem, we have an invitation class. Registration for the 2022 package deal has already closed, but there are still entries available for most races. The entry fee is a very reasonable € 845 per event. All information can be found on our website Do you have questions, do you want to participate, or become a (main) sponsor? Mail us:

Ready to go!

The 2022 NKHTGT regulations have been approved by the Dutch motor sport authority KNAF. There are no surprises, they are very similar to those of previous years. But it can never hurt to read them of course! You can find them on the competitors information page.