We head to Wales this weekend, 21-22 April for the opening rounds of the 2018 championship.
Numbers look excellent, with entries still coming in.
Here's the timetable for the weekend:
For up to date entry lists and Final Instructions, see: http://www.barc.net/pembrey-april-21-22
It is eight long years since the Mini Seven Racing Club last graced the Pembrey tarmac, so the trip to South Wales on 21-22 April is one of excited anticipation for a thrilling season ahead. Expect thrills aplenty from the original low cost saloon racing series.
In the Mini Se7en category, the field appears wide open for the 2018 season. There’s a whole host of potential new race winners, with Spencer Wanstall perhaps top of that…
It has been brought to the attention of the M7RC and its Committee that there is an incorrect range of gear ratios for Mini Miglia in the current regulations. Therefore we have issued a technical bulletin to clarify the regulations and allows for gearsets already on the market.
Please see: http://mini7.co.uk/uploads/file/downloads/tech_bulletins/2018_bulletin-3_clarification-to-miglia-gear-ratios_final.pdf for further info.
The timetable for our visit to Thruxton on 2-3 June has just been released. The race weekend will begin with qualifying on the Saturday afternoon, one race for the Mini Se7ens in the afternoon, then three races on Sunday (One for Se7ens, two for Miglias). Don't miss it!
Click here to download the timetable as a PDF
Thank you to the 36 members who took the time to vote for the Technical Sub Committee Leader position, and an even bigger thank you to the three candidates who all received strong support.
Elected on the basis of securing the most votes, Gareth Hunt will now be your point of contact for the technical sub committee meetings, and the discussions therein.
Again, a very big thank you to Mark Wanstall, Kieren McDonald and Gareth Hunt for…
Good news - such is the strength of our welcome at Pembrey, and knowing it is the first race of the year for the club, included in the entry fee will be four 20-minute free testing sessions.
There will be three on Friday afternoon and one on Saturday morning before qualifying. Plenty of time to get your 'eye in', and the car set-up for the first two rounds of the championship.
Regulation (K)3 in the MSA Yearbook has been amended to require all fire extinguishers to be serviced in accordance with the manufacturers' guidelines, or every 24 months, whichever is sooner. This regulation change was ratified by Motor Sports Council for 1 January 2018 implementation. Please see the regulation wording at the bottom of the page.
Unfortunately, there was an error in the rule changes notification sheet published in October 2017, which indicated an incorrect date of…
Early days yet obviously, but at the end of January numbers are looking very promising indeed. Here's a list of the drivers who've registered so far:
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