TRACK ATTACK RACE CLUB

The home for cost-effective multi-class production car racing for Pacific, French and German models!

Next Event Snetterton 300 Circuit

CATERHAM SNETTERTON RACE WEEKEND

21 May 2022 - 22 May 2022

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EVENT DATE CIRCUIT RESULTS
1 - 2022 09 Apr 2022 - 10 Apr 2022 Brands Hatch Indy Download PDF
5 - 2021 28 Aug 2021 - 29 Aug 2021 Cadwell Park Download PDF
4 - 2021 07 Aug 2021 - 08 Aug 2021 Brands Hatch Indy Download PDF
3 - 2021 24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021 Snetterton 300 Download PDF
2 - 2021 19 Jun 2021 - 19 Jun 2021 Oulton Park International Download PDF
1 - 2021 22 May 2021 - 22 May 2021 Mallory Park Download PDF

2022 Provisional Calendar

The 2022 Track Attack Race Club calendar features the six events listed below hosted by the BRSCC. Information on additional Track Attack dates outside of this calendar can be found via the Track Attack website.

EVENT DATE CIRCUIT INFO
1 (Sunday) 09 Apr 2022 - 10 Apr 2022 Brands Hatch Indy Event
2 (Sunday) 21 May 2022 - 22 May 2022 Snetterton 300 Event
3 25 Jun 2022 - 25 Jun 2022 Oulton Park International Event
4 (Sunday) 20 Aug 2022 - 21 Aug 2022 Brands Hatch Indy Event
5 (Saturday) 17 Sep 2022 - 18 Sep 2022 Croft Event
6 (Sunday) 15 Oct 2022 - 16 Oct 2022 Silverstone International Event

CONTACT DETAILS

Steve Vince - Coordinator

About the TRACK ATTACK RACE CLUB

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. Don’t fall for some series claiming to be ‘affordable’ when you need to spend more than £10,000 on a car and that again each season – 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.

206 GTi PRODUCTION CUP
The 206 GTi Cup is for the Peugeot 206 GTi model only in 136 bhp engine configuration, manufactured between 1999-2006. It’s a cost-effective way to enjoy motorsport with a standard production specification hot hatch with no drivetrain modifications allowed to ensure this series is in the price bracket for new racers and experienced race hobbyists alike.

The emphasis is on driver ability and not large technical budgets, which is why the regulations are controlled for the series to ensure the cars are equal in performance. This has proved to give some very close results over the last season.

You can convert your own street car to cheaply conform to our series and the Motorsport UK regulations, or if you’d rather have one of our club build teams do the hard work for you there are several affordable options available.

With the series constantly growing and more registrations expected shortly, this season is promising to see some more wing mirror to wing mirror action, with one of the most liked race clubs in the UK.


NIPPON CHALLENGE
The Nippon Challenge is a race series for modified and production spec Japanese and Asian cars. It doesn’t matter if you have a hatchback, saloon, coupe or sports car – come and join us for a full season of exciting close racing.

We aim to provide an opportunity to race your favourite model of Japanese or Asian car in a competitive but affordable environment. The regulations have been drafted to allow as wide a range of cars to participate as possible. This should offer an opportunity for you to race whatever your budget, be it a modified car in the GT300 class or a production spec car in the GT150 class.

  • Class NA – Honda
    • Class NB – Hyundai
    • Class NC – Mitsubishi
    • Class ND – Mazda
    • Class NE – Nissan
    • Class NF – Proton
    • Class NG – Subaru
    • Class NH – Suzuki/Daihatsu
    • Class NI – Toyota
    • Class NJ – Modified – Cars not conforming to the above class structure but deemed compatible to the series.

TRICOLORE TROPHY
If you happen to have one of these little French Beauties and want to have some fun, then why not join us in the Tricolore Trophy. The aim is to provide a cost effective motorsport series for French marques and models. Whatever car you have got, we will fit you in.

The range of classes should cover your car and needs and provide a competitive day for all concerned. With 15 minute qualifying sessions and two 15 minute races per event, there is plenty of track time. Even if anything happens to “fall off”, your day will not be over.

With a class structured format to even things out, and the production and production plus classes, we can offer a very basic route into motorsport.

The friendly paddock atmosphere is absorbing, and this alone make it all worthwhile, with everybody mucking in to make sure you get on track.

Class A – 1651- 2000cc Multi Valve N/A
Class B – 1651-2000cc Dual Valve N/A
Class C – up to 1650cc Multi Valve N/A
Class D – up to 1650cc Dual Valve N/A
Class E – Production Plus class up to 2000cc N/A
Class F – Production class up to 2000cc N/A / 206 GTi Cup
Class G – Turbo engine cars up to 1600cc where an original fitment.

Additional series competing with Track Attack Race Club include the Classic VW Cup, Deutsche Marques Cup, Multi Marques and TT Trophy. You can find out more about these series via the Track Attack website HERE.

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DESCRIPTION DETAILS
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

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