Following our recent membership to the MSA, S2KUK have been approached by the Classic Marques Speed Challenge organiser to see if there is any interest from members to take up sprinting or hillclimbing with them. It is an ideal introduction to competing and racing your S2000!
Classic Marques Speed Challenge is a series of 26 sprints and hillclimbs specifically for sports car drivers. The championship was set up initially for classic British sports cars but these days such a high proportion of sports cars are made by International companies that this year Classic Marques opens its doors to cars made by Honda amongst many other international makes. The Honda S2000 especially is a subtle and iconic sports car which performs well on the roads, but it has an inner strength and willing high revving engine which makes it perfect for motorsport too.
Below you will find a few questions and answers
What does Classic Marques look like?
Please see the gallery page here: http://www.classic-marques-speed-challenge.com/#!untitled/component_9350
Why is the Classic Marques Speed Championship fair?
Each car is given a handicap factor based on power, weight and tyres fixed until the car spec changes. The weight of the driver is also included in the handicap algorithm. The algorithm enables cars of different powers and weights to compete fairly against each other.
Who can enter Classic Marques Speed Challenge?
MSA Speed License (Min Nat B) carrying drivers of sports cars made by Alfa Romeo, Allard, Aston Martin (Pre 2000), Austin Healey, Ferrari, Gilbern, Ginetta, Honda, Jaguar, Lotus, Marcos, Mazda, MG, Morgan, Porsche, Reliant, Renault, Sunbeam, Toyota, Triumph and TVR.
Which Clubs are invited?
Entrants must be members of one of the following MSA affiliated UK car clubs: AC Owners Club, Alfa Romeo Owners Club, Allard Owners Club, Aston Martin Owners Club, Austin Healey Club, BARC, Bentley Drivers Club, HSA, Jaguar Enthusiasts Club, SELOC, MG Car Club, Morgan Sports Car Club, Midland Auto Club, Reliant Sabre & Scimitar Owners Club, Renault Alpine Owners Club, Sunbeam Alpine and Tiger Owners Clubs, Stag Owners Club, Club Triumph, TR Register, Triumph Sports Six Club, TVRCC and UKS2000 Owners Club.
What does it cost to join?
It costs just £25 to enter Classic Marques Speed Challenge which enables access to 26 championship rounds are at the best sprint and hillclimb venues in the country (best 8 scores count towards championship score). The series regs have been published for 2014 and can be found here: www.classic-marques-speed-challenge.com
More Information - Series Organiser
Steve Cox, email@example.com – 07710 393601