The 2021 Track Attack Race Club calendar features the five events listed below, plus additional weekends at Lydden Hill on April 24th, Castle Combe on September 18th and Donington Park on October 30th.
|1||22 May 2021 - 22 May 2021||Mallory Park||Event|
|2||19 Jun 2021 - 19 Jun 2021||Oulton Park International||Event|
|3 (Sunday)||24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021||Snetterton 300||Event|
|4 (Sunday)||07 Aug 2021 - 08 Aug 2021||Brands Hatch Indy||Event|
|5 (Sunday)||28 Aug 2021 - 29 Aug 2021||Cadwell Park||Event|
Track Attack Race Club run a number of different series and cater for all saloons, coupes or sports cars on any budget, ranging from just a few thousand pounds for a whole season right through to whatever you wish to spend. All of the Track Attack Race Club series can be entered for a few thousand pounds. By using classes or running series where the cars are kept as close to production specification as possible apart from safety and reliability features, you can guarantee that the winner will be the fastest driver, not the one with the largest wallet.
Race series open to all Japanese and Asian makes and models in both production and modified form. Saloons, coupes and sports models all welcome with a class structure based on bhp at the flywheel.
GT300 – up to 300bhp
GT250 – up to 250bhp
GT200 – up to 200bhp
GT150 – up to 150bhp
Plus GT Mod for cars not complying with the classes but deemed compatible to the series.
TRICOLORE TROPHY [incorporating the 206 GTi Cup]
Dedicated to French only brands – Citroen, Peugeot and Renault, both modified and production.
Class A – Multi-Valve up to 2000cc
Class B – Dual Valve up to 2000cc
Class C – Multi-Valve up to 1600cc
Class D – Dual Valve up to 1600cc
Class E – “Production Plus” up to 2000cc; limited mods
Class F – “Production” up to 2000cc
206 GTi Cup
A one-make, model production tin-top budget series for the Peugeot 206 GTi [140bhp] car only. Aimed at newbies or those on a very tight budget. Affordable motorsport with race-ready cars available for as little as £3500, or build your own with our help with donors available from £400/500. Strict limitation on mods and same tyres aimed at providing a level playing field.
Deutsche Marques Cup
New series launched and open to all and any German manufacturer/branded cars including Audi, BMW, BMW Mini, Mercedes, Opel, VW, Porsche, etc. There will be an open format for 2021 with a class structure to gain interest before firming up a set of regulations and class structure for 2022.
|Nippon Challenge||Japanese and Asian makes and models in both production and modified form.|
|Tricolore Trophy||Citroen, Peugeot and Renault, both modified and production.|
|206 GTi Cup||Peugeot 206 GTi with 140bhp|
|Deutsche Marques Cup||Open to all German Cars|