About the BRSCC Fiesta Championship
The BRSCC Fiesta Championship is a single-make tin-top championship dedicated to various models of the popular and much loved Ford Fiesta, one of the UK’s best-selling small cars of all time, as well as being a staple of British motorsport for more than 30 years.
The cars eligible to compete are primarily the Mk6 Fiesta ST150 with stringent regulations ensuring a fair balance of performance is maintained throughout the season to keep the racing competitive, close and above all else exciting. New for 2021, the championship will also introduce a class for the new-generation Mk7 Fiesta ST180 Turbo to compete to score points for the first time, after the new cars debuted in an Invitation class in 2020 to be developed in a race weekend environment using a variety of test drivers including BTCC stars Paul O’Neill and Josh Cook. This class will be known as the ST240 class to mirror the approximate amount of horsepower these cars will output.
This is a championship with a proven track record of creating some of the biggest and best racing stars from the touring car world, with Ash Sutton, Matt Neal, Gordon Shedden and Colin Turkington all having honed their craft at the wheel of a Fiesta at one stage in their careers. Not only that, but many young drivers have graduated to the series from the Fiesta Junior Championship using the same Mk6 Fiesta ST150 albeit with a couple of minor changes, therefore making it a cost-effective route from the junior ranks into senior-level racing without the need to purchase a new car.
Some of the best paddock atmosphere you’ll find in club motorsport, with regular social occasions at various points in the season allowing teams, drivers, families and sponsors to get together, make friends and most importantly have fun while still maintaining an air of competition.
Championship Registration: £295
2021 Race entry fees: £345 – £395
Second hand trailer: £800
Safety clothing / helmet: £500
Medical/ ARDS Test/ MSA Licence: £350
BRSCC Racing Membership: £150
Fuel (races and travel): £700
Consumables (oil, brake pads etc): £500