Some of the fastest and most exciting classic Mini racing you'll find anywhere in the world!

Next Event Silverstone International


12 October 2024 - 13 October 2024

118 : 08 : 22


The events listed below are all BRSCC weekends which the Mini 7 Racing Club will be present as a guest formulae on the timetable. For the full Mini 7 Racing Club calendar of events, visit their website for more details. Entries are submitted directly via M7RC only.

Rounds Date Circuit Format Price Links
EVENT 1 18 May 2024 -
19 May 2024
Snetterton 300 Double Header See entry form
EVENT 2 12 Oct 2024 -
13 Oct 2024
Silverstone International Double Header See entry form
Event Date Circuit Results
1 - 2024 18 May 2024 -
19 May 2024
Snetterton 300 View PDF
2023 (after Silverstone GP) View Standings
2022 View Standings


Since the first Formula Mini Se7en race at Brands Hatch in 1966, the Mini 7 Racing Club has always been a favourite for race commentators and spectators alike.

The race cars offer excellent performance for the money, challenging many of today’s more modern car formulas on overall pace. The Mini Se7ens and Miglias are guaranteed to give you a large amount of overtaking, due to equally-matched machinery and rather un-aerodynamic body, which lends itself to much slip-streaming tactics.

Off the track, the Club has a very friendly atmosphere with willingness to help new members become acquainted with the ‘tricks of the trade’ and where to get the best advice. Most drivers and supporters stay at the circuit, giving an ideal opportunity to discuss the racing.

The cars are ideal for the engineering enthusiast, as although the rules do strictly stipulate what can be modified on the car, there’s still room for customisation. Most of our club member’s cars are unique, having evolved over many seasons.

Mini Miglia
Our headline series truly pushes the envelope of classic Mini performance, with highly-tuned 1275cc engines, slick Dunlop racing tyres and Ohlins motorsport dampers. These top-flight racing Minis can average over 95mph at Thruxton, although it’s the incredible cornering speeds that really set them apart.

First launched in 1970, the Mini Miglia series is as popular now as ever, with large grids and incredibly close racing from the front to the back. Expect power outputs in excess of 130bhp.

Grid numbers have been boosted further in recent years with the addition of the Mini Libre series, which races alongside.

Mini Libre
Our most recent addition, the Mini Libre series is an invitation class if you fancy competing with the Mini Miglias on a more limited budget. Here you can still build a powerful A-Series engine Mini without keeping to the strict specifications. So if you have an old 1380 hillclimb Mini in the garage, that could be ideal.

Specifications are largely as per the Miglia cars, but up to 1380cc and your choice of cylinder head. In the past we have seen all manner of 16-valve, 7-port, 8-port and good old fashioned 5-port race Minis competing.

Emphasis is very much upon value-for-money with the Mini Libre class, so you don’t need the latest-spec dampers or brand new tyres every meeting; just get involved.

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Mini Miglia Highly tuned 1275cc A-Series engined Minis
Mini Libre Invitation class for A-Series engined minis up to 1400cc
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2023 Sporting & Technical Regulations 15/03/2023 View Document

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