The London Car Club was first established as the North West London Car Club. The club evolved to become the London Motor Club and in 1970, incorporating the North London Enthusiasts Club, it was re-named the London Car Club. It is a recognised club of the governing body of British Motor Sport, the Motor Sports Association, www.msauk.org

Over the years distinguished members have included Sir Stirling Moss, Graham Hill and Damon Hill. Numbered among current honorary members are Johnny Herbert and Kelvin Burt. The late Raymond Baxter, television personality and racer in his own right, was an ex-chairman.

Present members are active in circuit racing, rallying, karting, speed trials, sporting trials, hill climbing, classic car events and marshalling at all levels in the UK and abroad and have experience in various other areas of motorsport. A number of members are MSA licensed instructors. 

The Victoria public house, LondonSadly the Club no longer exists as a functioning entity.

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