A selection of photos showing the formula in action courtesy of SnappyRacers.
he Caterham Seven Championship UK is the only nationally recognised top-tier Caterham racing series in Britain.
“What exactly does that mean” we hear you ask…. To put it simply, this is the racing series to find the Official British Caterham Champion. No other Seven-based racing series is recognised in this capacity – plus, like all of our Championships, it’s fully run by the manufacturer.
Caterham has a well-established history when it comes to racing, we’ve been at it since day one – so naturally it’s one of the most competitive and exciting competitions going. To keep the playing field level, every car on the grid is identical, and the car is question is specifically designed for the competition.
A 180bhp 2.0 Caterham Motorsport Tuned Engine, paired to a six-speed sequential gearbox, is nestled within the bespoke racing chassis. One seat, no lights, this thing means business. Unlike other national racing series, this is pretty much out-of-the-box competition, meaning the season is included with the cost of the car, and there is no need for expensive testing and setups. It’s all down to the skill of the driver.
Caterham’s industry-leading trackside support team is optionally available to drivers, whilst hospitality in the Caterham race centre is provided all weekend. Professional team support is also permitted in this championship, with several outfits running multiple car operations on any given race weekend.
Qualifying at each race weekend also features a SuperPole shootout after the main session with the top 10 battling for pole position in Race 1. Bonus points are awarded to the top 3 with pole getting 3 points, 2nd place awarded 2 points and 3rd place scoring 1 point.
Created in 2009, the close control of the regulations (as with all Caterham racing) coupled to a car described as “perfection” to drive by some and a specification engineered for long life has made the Seven UK Championship a hugely popular and highly regarded race series.
|5 - 2020||31 Oct 2020 - 01 Nov 2020||Snetterton 300||Download PDF|
|4 - 2020||17 Oct 2020 - 18 Oct 2020||Donington Park National||Download PDF|
|3 - 2020||26 Sep 2020 - 27 Sep 2020||Brands Hatch Indy||Download PDF|
|2 - 2020||22 Aug 2020 - 23 Aug 2020||Thruxton||Download PDF|
|1 - 2020||01 Aug 2020 - 02 Aug 2020||Cadwell Park||Download PDF|
|7 - 2019||28 Sep 2019 - 29 Sep 2019||Brands Hatch Indy||Download PDF|
|6 - 2019||17 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019||Donington Park GP||Download PDF|
|5 - 2019||20 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019||Spa-Francorchamps||Download PDF|
|4 - 2019||29 Jun 2019 - 30 Jun 2019||Snetterton 300||Download PDF|
|3 - 2019||01 Jun 2019 - 01 Jun 2019||Oulton Park International||Download PDF|
|2 - 2019||04 May 2019 - 05 May 2019||Croft||Download PDF|
|1 - 2019||06 Apr 2019 - 07 Apr 2019||Silverstone National||Download PDF|
|Team Enduro - 2019||16 Mar 2019 - 16 Mar 2019||Silverstone National||Download PDF|
|1 & 2||10 Apr 2021 - 11 Apr 2021||Cadwell Park||Event|
|3 & 4||22 May 2021 - 23 May 2021||Zandvoort||Event|
|5 & 6||05 Jun 2021 - 06 Jun 2021||Anglesey International||Event|
|7 & 8||03 Jul 2021 - 04 Jul 2021||Silverstone Grand Prix||Event|
|9 & 10||07 Aug 2021 - 08 Aug 2021||Brands Hatch Indy||Event|
|11 & 12||11 Sep 2021 - 12 Sep 2021||Donington Park GP||Event|
|13 & 14||16 Oct 2021 - 17 Oct 2021||Spa-Francorchamps||Event|
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