MSVT's, Trackday Championship (TDC) continues into its third season in 2018 to run alongside its successful Trackday Trophy races for novices.
The championship format allows participants to experience the excitement of a season-long championship battle, whilst maintaining the sociable and friendly atmosphere which has always appealed to MSVT entrants. The added competitive element attracts both those who have earned their racing stripes in the Trackday Trophy and newcomers to the MSVT fold.
MSVT will manage the day-to-day running of the Championship, offering familiarity to its customers from track day to championship level, with race weekend support provided by MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR).
For 2018, and due to expanding grid sizes, TDC will be split into two grids as below:
- Class S 201 – 225 bhp/tonne
- Class A 176 – 200 bhp/tonne
- Class B 151 - 175 bhp/tonne
- Class C 126 – 150 bhp/tonne
- Class D Up to 125 bhp/tonne
The class structure will be similar to that which has been used in MSVT’s racing activities over the past few years, with class allocation determined by the amount of brake-horsepower-per-tonne. Full details will be released in the coming weeks, but the provisional structure will be as follows:
TDC’s regulations allow Trackday Trophy competitors to graduate seamlessly, whilst also offering the chance to anyone with a production-based saloon, hatchback, or sports car to enter.
Races in the new championship will be 45-minutes in length and preceded by a 30-minute qualifying session. These races will include a pit stop and allow for driver changes.
The full Trackday Championship calendar will be announced in the coming weeks and will include rounds at many of the UK’s top circuits.
To register your interest in the MSVT Trackday Championship please contact Championship Coordinator Stuart Garland: