The Scottish Supersport 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 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 is 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.
Kit Cars, Spaceframe cars, Sports Racing Cars and others not eligible for B or C
A1 – 2wd Kit Cars, and spaceframes Capacity over 3400cc (>2000cc forced induction)
A2 – 2wd Kit Cars and spaceframes Capacity from 2000 to 3400cc (1176cc to 2000cc forced induction)
A3 – 2wd Kit Cars and Spaceframes Under 2000cc (1176cc forced induction)
A4 – All 4wd Kit Cars and Spaceframes
Series Production Cars and Sports Cars, must retain original unitary construction between hubcentres and use Series Production Engines
B1 – 2wd Production Saloons and Production Sports Cars over 3400cc (>2000cc forced induction)
B2 – 2wd Production Saloons and Production Sports Cars 2000cc to 3400cc (1176cc to 2000cc forced induction)
B3 – 2wd Production Saloons and Production Sports Cars up under 2000 cc (<1176cc forced induction) B4 – All 4wd Production Saloons and Production Sports Cars using competition tyres
Series Production Cars, Sports Cars and Kit Cars must use Treaded Tyres as detailed in Motorsport UK General Regulation L
C1 – 2wd Production Saloons, Sports and Kit Cars using Series Production Engines over 3400cc (>2000cc forced induction), Specialist Competition Engine or any capacity Non-Series Production Engine.
C2 – 2wd Production Saloons and Sports using Series Production Engines 2000cc to 3400cc (1176cc to 2000cc forced induction). Kit Cars using Series Production Engines to 3400cc (<2000cc forced induction)
C3 – 2wd Production Saloons and Sports using Series Production Engines under 2000cc (
C4 – All 4wd Production Saloons and Production Sports Cars using treaded tyres.
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 Scottish Supersports Championship enjoys a qualifying session and two races at each race meeting.
SMRC Members Entry Fee: £300(Qualifying & 2x 12 lap races at Knockhill)
2020 Race Calander
6th/7th JuneAway RoundCroft
22nd/23rd AugustKMSC (4 Races)Knockhill
12th/13th SeptemberClockwise (Triple Header)Knockhill
Dates are subject to change.