MSVR will head to the Northamptonshire circuit of Silverstone this weekend, on the contemporary Formula One Grand Prix layout. Each championship in attendance at this event boasts exceptionally large grids, which is sure to induce fantastic racing throughout the field.
The GT Cup Championship continues to go from strength to strength, with another eclectic grid of pristinely prepared GT cars featuring this weekend. Darren Nelson took control last time out at Rockingham, winning all three races in mixed weather conditions; he will be keen to carry that momentum into this weekend, as the championship reaches its halfway point.
Power Maxed MINI Challenge breaks new ground this weekend by combining their usual separate grids of Coopers and turbocharged cars into one mammoth race. These 'mini touring cars' always produce close racing and with 42 cars all fighting for the same bit of tarmac, this already close championship is set to get even closer.
Monoposto make their annual trip to Silverstone with a sell-out grid - they even have reserves waiting in the wings to see if they can get a place in this spectacular affair! The sight of 54 single seaters taking their rolling race start really is something to behold.
The Maximumgroup.net VAG Trophy brings its largest grid of the year so far this weekend. The high level of preparation that goes into these cars is something that the championship organisers and competitors alike are rightly proud of. Racing is fierce and there is looks to be no let up this weekend, as Paul Taylor will be aiming to maintain his slender championship lead in Class A, while Rob Allum will be keeping his fingers crossed, that he will be able to extend his lead in class B.
MSVT Trackday Trophy and Team Trophy combine this weekend to form one super series, the MSVT All-comers. This promises to provide a great opportunity for the novice racers, which are the backbone of the MSVT race series, to race hard and fast with a larger than usual field of cars, on the current F1 circuit.
A guest championship joins the MSVR fold this weekend in the shape of the hugely popular Caterham Graduates championship. The Caterham name is synonymous with wheel to wheel action, and with the cars so evenly matched, it’s really down to driver skill, if the racers want to come out on top. An enormous collection of over 80 entries will provide entertainment throughout the field!
Track action starts at 09:00 on both Saturday and Sunday and tickets can be purchased on the gate. We hope to see you there, for what promises to be an action packed weekend of fantastic racing!