|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||18 Jul 2020 - 18 Jul 2020||Oulton Park International||Download PDF|
|7 - 2019||19 Oct 2019 - 20 Oct 2019||Donington Park National||Download PDF|
|6 - 2019||14 Sep 2019 - 15 Sep 2019||Silverstone National||Download PDF|
|5 - 2019||17 Aug 2019 - 18 Aug 2019||Anglesey Coastal||Download PDF|
|4 - 2019||06 Jul 2019 - 07 Jul 2019||Croft||Download PDF|
|3 - 2019||25 May 2019 - 26 May 2019||Snetterton 300||Download PDF|
|2 - 2019||13 Apr 2019 - 13 Apr 2019||Oulton Park Island||Download PDF|
|1 - 2019||23 Mar 2019 - 24 Mar 2019||Brands Hatch Indy||Download PDF|
|1 & 2 (Saturday)||15 May 2021 - 16 May 2021||Croft||Event|
|3, 4 & 5||12 Jun 2021 - 13 Jun 2021||Knockhill||Event|
|6, 7 & 8||24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021||Snetterton 300||Event|
|9 & 10||28 Aug 2021 - 29 Aug 2021||Cadwell Park||Event|
|11 & 12||25 Sep 2021 - 26 Sep 2021||Donington Park GP||Event|
|13 & 14||16 Oct 2021 - 17 Oct 2021||Donington Park GP||Event|
One of the most stable and popular championships in UK club motorsport, the BMW Compact Cup is dubbed one of the success stories of recent times in the British circuit racing scene.
Run by the BRSCC and managed by a team of true racing enthusiasts and offering very competitive and cost-efficient racing for all levels of experience; the championship also benefits from both strong management and effective marketing to provide an excellent platform for drivers to promote themselves and build their brand.
Cars are based on the BMW E36 318Ti Compact 3-door, with mandated key mechanical aspects such as ECUs, tyres, suspension and roll cages; all aspects of both technical and engine regulations are tightly monitored and policed to ensure parity of performance.
Regular grids of 40+ cars throughout the season leading to true door-to-door racing from start to finish; impressive driver retention rate with many staying for several years, and always finding someone to race with no matter the level of driving skills or race experience.
Cars can lap quicker than expected at most UK circuits despite lower horsepower levels and can hold their own against much more powerful machinery; a club racer that’s truly a challenge to master!
Competitive turn-key cars can be built or bought from around £5,500 – £6,000
Second hand trailer: £800
Safety clothing / helmet: £500
Medical/ ARDS Test/ MSA Licence: £350
Championship Registration (inc. BRSCC Racing Membership): £295
Race Entries (7 meetings/14 races): approx. £2,275
Fuel (races and travel): £700
Consumables (oil, brake pads etc): £500
Photos by Jon Elsey.
|Engine||BMW M44 1900cc 16v w/ unique Superchips ECU remap|
|Roll Cage||Safety Devices B034 multi-point bolt-in|
|Suspension||GAZ Gold adjustable coil-overs & control springs|
|Tyres||Nankang N2SR 195/50 R15 86W|
|Post Race Minimum Weight||1150kg inc. driver & fluids|
|DOCUMENT TITLE||UPLOAD DATE|
|Championship Bulletin 1||08/04/2021||View Document|
|ECU Order Form||03/03/2020||View Document|
|2021 Regulations||03/03/2021||View Document|
|2021 Technical Document||03/03/2021||View Document|
|2021 Driving Standards Agreement||03/03/2021||View Document|