The Scottish Saloon and Sports Car Championship is home for some of the most powerful and exciting racing cars on a Scottish Championship weekend.
The championship allows almost any car to participate; it is split into 6 different classes (outlined below) to allow drivers to compete against other cars that are of similar performance. The regulations allow a huge amount of freedom, meaning this the ultimate challenge for engineering guru’s!
A huge variety of cars have taken part in this championship over the years from 800bhp Ford Focus’s to Touring Cars and Mitsubishi Evo’s.
Class A1 Saloon & Sports Cars (using racing tyres) with four wheel drive and normally aspirated or turbo/super-charged engines.
Class A2 Saloon & Sports Cars (using racing tyres) with two wheel drive and normally aspirated or turbo/super charged engines. Cars in former or existing one make series such as TVR Tuscan and Ginetta are eligible.
Class A3 Sports Racing Cars, Caterhams, Kit cars and motorcycle engined kit cars (using racing tyres) plus any other car not complying with Classes A1, A2, B1, B2 or B3. Caterhams of any engine capacity, Kit cars up to 3500cc.
Class B1 Saloon & Sports Cars (using treaded road based tyres) including all engine types over 2001cc, and all forced induction engines, and all 4wd cars.
Class B2 Caterhams and Kit cars over 1401cc and motorcycle engined kit cars and Caterhams of any engine capacity (using treaded tyres).
Class B3 Saloon & Sports Cars (using treaded road based tyres) including all engine types under 2000cc, no forced induction engines, no 4wd cars.
If you have a track day car or a sprint car sitting in your garage, then this championship represents an ideal opportunity for you to venture into circuit racing.
The Saloon and Sports Car Championship enjoys a qualifying session and two races at each race meeting.
SMRC Members Entry Fee: £275 (Qualifying & 2x 12 lap races at Knockhill)
2019 Race Calander
Dates are subject to change.