The SuperSport Endurance Cup will run a single race in 2021 as a pilot ahead of a planned full calendar in 2022. This will take place at Snetterton on July 31st.
|Round 1||31 Jul 2021 - 31 Jul 2021||Snetterton 300||Event|
Ahead of a full programme of events planned for the 2022 season, the BRSCC are delighted to announce the launch of their brand new SuperSport Endurance Cup Series, with a single 2021 event scheduled to take place on July 31st at Snetterton Circuit.
The BRSCC’s all-new SuperSport Endurance Cup Series will utilize a “true” power to weight-based class structure, multiple driver options, refuelling and mandatory pit stops. Race durations will vary from 90 minutes to 2 hours, with the inaugural event being allocated 100 minutes on the Snetterton 300 track layout.
The multi-class structure allows an access point for most club-level racers.
The BRSCC SuperSport Endurance Cup is a Series open to competitors participating in closed wheel, two-wheel drive, petrol-powered production-based cars and GT sports cars. The Series Organisers dictate that “production-based” means vehicles based on cars with a proven history of being made available for public sale, and which were originally designed for general road use. The Series Organisers dictate that “GT sports cars” include cars that follow the ethos of a road-based sports car, including space framed models such as Ginetta.
To keep costs down for entrants, the use of slick or cut slick tyres is prohibited. Tyres must be chosen from List 1A / 1B / 1C in the 2021 Motorsport UK yearbook.
The Class Structure is based on BHP per Tonne. BHP figures will be calculated at the flywheel, and weight calculated by weighing the whole car including all consumables, post-race fluids, and ballast (and without the driver). It should be noted that vehicle weights will be checked under post-session parc ferme conditions.
Many thanks to Dave Luck for the supply of photos from our inaugural race at Snetterton in July 2020 on this page – be sure to check out his Facebook page for more of his work here – https://www.facebook.com/dave.luck.3939
|Pro-A||Cars with a power to weight ratio of between 271 – 310bhp/tonne.|
|Pro-B||Cars with a power to weight ratio of between 231 – 270bhp/tonne.|
|Clubman-A||Cars with a power to weight ratio of between 191 – 230bhp/tonne.|
|Clubman-B||Cars with a power to weight ratio of between 151 – 190bhp/ tonne.|
|Clubman-C||Cars with a power to weight ratio of up to – 150bhp/tonne.|
|DOCUMENT TITLE||UPLOAD DATE|
|Series Regulations||10 June 2021||View Document|