A selection of photos showing the championship in action courtesy of www.snappyracers.com
Healthy grids and fantastically close racing typify the Roadsport series which is the follow on from the previous season’s Academy, with the grid almost exclusively reserved for these drivers although there is space for a few invited novices.
Roadsport cars are based on the Academy car and are powered by a 1.6-litre Ford Sigma engine which provides an impressive power to weight ratio. Yet the cars remain road legal and competitors can, and often do, drive them home from the circuit.
Professional team support is not allowed in Roadsport, so Caterham provide an excellent trackside support team, dedicated to keeping you racing and this is coupled with a great spirit of camaraderie among the drivers.
Originally introduced as Roadsport-B in 2002, Roadsport forms the second step of the super-successful Caterham ladder of motorsport, which continues in the same, slightly modified car through to Seven 270R and Seven 310R.
Seven 270R takes the car and racing a stage further with longer races, uprated suspension and the removal of the screen and lights to increase the race car feel whilst Seven 310R is the ultimate evolution of the Academy car, taking competitors into a fourth year of progression, with more power and a limited slip differential. Drivers can remain in Seven 310R should they wish, or progress to the 420R championship class cars.
Caterham is an iconic marquee. For more than half a century this lightweight sportscar has been the benchmark for performance and handling and is sold in over 20 countries worldwide. With great support from Caterham Cars and the championship coordinators, drivers in the Roadsport Championship have an unrivalled opportunity to progress their careers in motorsport.
Sharing its calendar with the Seven 270R and Seven 310R championships, plus the mighty Seven 420R at most rounds, this year’s Roadsport calendar features many highlights including a July overseas trip to Spa-Francorchamps with the British GT Series.
|Team Enduro||16 Mar 2019 - 16 Mar 2019||Silverstone National||Download PDF|
|1||06 Apr 2019 - 07 Apr 2019||Silverstone National||Download PDF|
|2||04 May 2019 - 05 May 2019||Croft||Download PDF|
|3||01 Jun 2019 - 01 Jun 2019||Oulton Park International||Download PDF|
|4||29 Jun 2019 - 30 Jun 2019||Snetterton 300||Download PDF|
|5||20 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019||Spa-Francorchamps||Download PDF|
|6||17 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019||Donington Park GP||Download PDF|
|Team Enduro||16 Mar 2019 - 16 Mar 2019||Silverstone National||Event|
|1||06 Apr 2019 - 07 Apr 2019||Silverstone National||Event|
|2||04 May 2019 - 05 May 2019||Croft||Event|
|3||01 Jun 2019 - 01 Jun 2019||Oulton Park International||Event|
|4||29 Jun 2019 - 30 Jun 2019||Snetterton 300||Event|
|5||20 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019||Spa-Francorchamps||Event|
|6||17 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019||Donington Park GP||Event|
|7||28 Sep 2019 - 29 Sep 2019||Brands Hatch Indy||Event|