The Track Attack Race Club will take to the track with MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR) from 2020, following an agreement between series coordinator Steve Vince and the race organiser.
Track Attack organises a wealth of affordable opportunities for production and modified saloon car racers to take to the circuit, and the new arrangement with MSVR will ensure that its competitors benefit from a superb competitive calendar. Key changes for this season include the addition of a support race slot at the well-attended British GT Championship meeting at Oulton Park on Easter Weekend.
Track Attack’s roster brings an exciting range of new series to the MSVR fold, including the successful Nippon Challenge for Japanese cars and Tricolore Trophy for French machinery, which have graced UK circuits for a number of years now. Other classes operating under the Track Attack banner include the 206 GTi Cup and Deutsche Marques.
The Track Attack announcement is another exciting development for the organising club ahead of a 2020 season in which both the Sports 2000 and Clubmans Sports Protoype championships join the line-up. MSVR has also been appointed as the sporting provider for the London round of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship this summer.
Steve Vince said: “Track Attack Race Club are very pleased to announce our close association with MSVR for the forthcoming season where we hope to gain increased exposure for our dedicated Japanese series [Nippon Challenge], French series [Tricolore Trophy incorporating the 206GTi Cup] and re-launched German series [Deutsche Marques].”
MSVR Competitions Manager, Joe East said: “We are delighted to welcome the Track Attack Race Club to the MSVR roster for the new season. We’ve hosted the various Track Attack series at our race events occasionally in the past, and we’re very much looking forward to doing that on a regular basis going forward.”