BRSCC Alfa Romeo Championship

A long standing series dedicated to all things Alfa Romeo, with a variety of models and machines competing across three classes with close racing throughout.

Next Event Brands Hatch Indy Circuit

Fun Cup and Mazda MX-5 Race Weekend

23 March 2019 - 24 March 2019

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If you would like to get involved or need further information, use the contact details below to find out more via the championship co-ordinator

Andy Robinson - Championship Coordinator

07980 949325

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Andy Robinson - Championship Coordinator

07980 949325

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About the BRSCC Alfa Romeo Championship

Set to run for the 38th consecutive year since its inception, placing great value on a distinguished racing heritage while still remaining forward thinking to provide close, exciting racing

10 different makes of Alfa Romeo raced across three classes in 2018 – with four more models set to appear in 2019; Lancia, FIAT and Abarth models welcome in two of our classes

Friendly and supportive championship welcoming new and experienced drivers alike, including female racers; two female champions in recent years.

One of the most cost effective ways to race an Alfa Romeo with relatively modest build costs as well as respectable prices for competitive ready built models available for sale.

Racing at many of the UK’s major circuits across 8 race weekends, running two races at each, 16 in total across 2019; Overall and class titles awarded.


Modified: Unlimited capacity production based Alfa Romeos, Fiats and Lancias racing on slick tyres, including supercharged and turbocharged cars, with sequential gearboxes also permitted.

Power Trophy: A class which permits many modifications to standard but cars run to a maximum power-to-weight formula. Fiats and Lancias are eligible for this class as well as Alfa Romeos.

Twin Spark Cup: This is a standard production class for Alfa Romeos that use the 2000 cc 16v Twin


Typical costs for a full season with a Production class car:
Race prepared second-hand car: £5,500
Second hand trailer: £750
Safety clothing/helmet (not including FHR device): £750
Medical/ARDS test/MSA Licence: £500
BRSCC Membership/ ARCA Registration: £250
Race entries (8 double header meetings): £3,160
Fuel (races and travel): £1,960
Consumables (oil, brake pads etc): £600
Tyres: £1,200
Contingency budget: £1,000
Total: £16,560

1 23 Mar 2019 - 24 Mar 2019 Brands Hatch Indy Event
2 20 Apr 2019 - 21 Apr 2019 Snetterton 300 Event
3 11 May 2019 - 12 May 2019 Cadwell Park Event
4 06 Jul 2019 - 07 Jul 2019 Croft Event
5 18 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019 Brands Hatch Indy Event
6 14 Sep 2019 - 14 Sep 2019 Mallory Park Event
7 05 Oct 2019 - 06 Oct 2019 Silverstone International Event
8 19 Oct 2019 - 20 Oct 2019 Donington Park National Event


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