The Scottish Motor Racing Club was established in its present form in 1963 although it was founded in 1956 as the Border Motor Racing Club. With Sir Jackie Stewart OBE as Patron and Hugh McCaig as Honorary President as well as members across a variety of different championships the SMRC has an involvment across the world at many different levels of motorsport.
The SMRC organises and runs motor sport events, primarily at Knockhill Racing Circuit in East Central Scotland however many of the SMRC classes do travel down South to other racing circuits in the UK such as Croft, Oulton Park, Cadwell Park, and Anglesey.
The Scottish Motor Racing Club aims to provide high quality enjoyable racing for its competitors with the emphasis on value for money racing and safety at the heart of the club. Currently the SMRC run a selection of different championships which includes a very successful Legend Racing Car Championship, Mini Cooper Cup, Sports and Saloons Championship, Formula Ford 1600 Championship, Hot Hatch and Fiesta ST Championship, Classics Sports and Saloons Championship and C1 Cup.