BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Championship
Next year, Avalon Motorsport will be joining dozens of other entrants on one of the nation’s biggest motorsport grids. With 50-60 competitors regularly registered for each event, split across two groups, there is action everywhere you look!
We’ll let the BRSCC tell you about the Championship in their own words:
The BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Championship really is the affordable way to go motor racing and is the perfect starting point for those coming into the sport for the first time. There is a plentiful supply of Mk1s ready to race but even if you want to build your own car, donor cars are readily available and cheap to buy and convert. It really is the best way to go racing in one of the world’s greatest small sportscars.
All of the events feature 20-minute qualifying sessions and three 20-minute races and will be broadcast on satellite TV throughout the season. The BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Championship will also feature a dedicated Race Centre at all championship rounds. This will be the focal point of the championship in the paddock and will enable all competitors and team owners a meeting point to socialise.
With tightly controlled regulations and few modifications allowed, the Mazda MX-5 Mk1 is a great entry route into club motorsport. The Mazda MX-5 has proved to be a very popular choice with competitors looking for affordable and competitive racing.
Content courtesy of the BRSCC website.
2018 Drivers’ Championship Standings
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2018 Season Video Review
If you can’t wait until 2019 to get your fix of MX-5 racing action, here’s your chance to re-live the exciting 2018 season round by round! All videos are the property of the BRSCC.
Whilst we wait for the round-up videos from the final 2 rounds of the season, here are the full Group A races from Rockingham and Donington.