|Date of Birth||02/05/1937|
|Date of Death||Unknown|
|Début||Archie Scott-Brown Memorial Trophy (Snetterton) 1966|
|Championships||0 (7th 1966)|
|Previous Teams||Alan Fraser Racing Team|
|Total Entries||0 (0 Starts)|
|Wins||0 (0 in Class)|
Calcutt had little racing experience before he entered the BSCC, mainly competing in club competitions. He began an association with the Alan Fraser Racing Team in 1964, driving a Sunbeam Alpine for them in 1964. This drive ultimately led him to the BSCC in 1966.
For 1966, Alan Fraser bought two Hillman Imps for their two drivers, Calcutt and Nick Brittan. Calcutt got the better start to the season, being the only Imp man to finish the first race, before coming second to John Fitzpatrick at the next two. Calcutt suffered two retirements and two third places in the second half of the season, claiming second place in Class A and seventh overall.
After missing 1967, Calcutt returned for Alan Fraser in the Imp in 1968. He took his only class win at the opening race, benefitting from the fact that Chris Craft was excluded after retiring in the second heat at Brands Hatch. Two more third places resulted from the year, although he did miss six races through the season through other commitments. Calcutt appeared in the championship once more in the championship in 1972, although he failed to start the race after being listed as a reserve driver.
A table containing Ray Calcutt's best results in the BTCC. The figures after the information about the car used indicate Ray Calcutt's best finish at that meeting in his class.
|Ray Calcutt's BTCC Record|
|1966||Alan Fraser Racing||7th||28||Hillman Imp||bgcolor="#E52525" rowspan="2" style="border-radius:5px; color:white;"|A||3||2||2||5||R||3||3||R||-||-||-|
|1968||16||1||bgcolor="white" style="color:black; font-size:90%; border-radius:5px;"|DNS||5||3||N||3||R|
|1972||George Bevan||bgcolor="Purple" style="color:white; border-radius:7px;"|NC||N||bgcolor="white" style="color:black; font-size:90%; border-radius:5px;"|DNS||-|