The Mazda Mk4 Trophy series will take place as a class within all five rounds of the BRSCC Clubsport Trophy in 2021.
|1 (Sunday)||15 May 2021 - 16 May 2021||Croft||Event|
|2 (Sunday)||19 Jun 2021 - 20 Jun 2021||Silverstone National||Event|
|3 (Sunday)||24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021||Snetterton 300||Event|
|4 (Sunday)||25 Sep 2021 - 26 Sep 2021||Donington Park GP||Event|
|5 (Sunday)||09 Oct 2021 - 10 Oct 2021||Snetterton 300||Event|
A new generation of Mazda MX-5 will join the BRSCC ranks in 2021 as the Mk4 Trophy makes its formal debut on UK race tracks as part of a new dedicated class in the BRSCC Clubsport Trophy this season.
The Trophy is designed to be a stepping stone from the MX-5 SuperCup for drivers looking for a new challenge, or for those who are searching for the next level in their racing career with a superb race-ready car to match.
The current generation ND (Mk4) Mazda MX-5 model will be used as the base car, with several engine modifications, a sequential gearbox, uprated suspension and tyres to create an excellent all-round package for drivers to enjoy.
The concept behind the new car is to create a bridge to higher levels of national motorsport such as GT and sportscar racing and to add another level of competition within the BRSCC Mazda paddock.
|Car||Mazda MX-5 Mk4 (ND1 2015-2018)|
|Engine||2.0-litre SkyActiv-G with aftermarket ECU, race cams, uprated valve springs, race air filter, tubular exhaust manifold, stainless steel exhaust system and uprated engine mounts.|
|Suspension||Aftermarket dampers, springs and anti-roll bars with adjustable drop links|
|Transmission||Sadev 6-speed sequential gearbox and rear differential with "race" final drive ratio|
|Brakes||Uprated front and rear calipers, discs, pads and braided hose brake lines|
|Safety||Safety Devices 6-point roll cage with side protection & fire extinguisher system|