The Trackday Championship (TDC) is a championship which offers a competitive yet fun-and-friendly environment for production saloon, hatchback, and sports car racers to enjoy. Whether you’re a relative novice looking to progress into a well-supported championship environment for the first time, or an established competitor seeking a new challenge, the TDC has plenty to offer.
Each round consists of a 25-minute qualifying session followed by a 45-minute race. Qualifying and the race take place on the same day. The race has a mandatory two-minute pit stop for all teams.
Class B: 151 – 175 bhp/tonne
Class C: 126 – 150 bhp/tonne
Class D: Up to 125 bhp/tonne
Guest/Invitation Class: Any other production and production-based saloon, hatchback and sports car that we have given permission to join the championship or single event.
Three classes – three class winners.
Class Winners will receive a prize drive as part of a team in a select EnduroKA race weekend.
The regulations for the series are reasonably relaxed, so that most cars that have already been developed for track days will be eligible.
- Meet the basic Motorsport UK standards for safety (check out our Guide to Motorsport UK Scrutineering Requirements)
- No more than 175 bhp per tonne
- Minimum weight of 600kg (post-race and with driver)
- Tyres must Toyo R888 (GG Compound) or R888R - supply details here
- Forced induction cars and cars with a sequential gearbox must strictly conform to the championship regulations regarding ballast
- 4WD vehicles are not permitted
Aerodynamic devices are permitted, providing that they comply with the provisions set out in Appendix J of the Motorsport UK Yearbook (J5.20.10 & J5.20.11) in terms of fixed rear wings/diffusers and front splitters only. It is implicit that these devices are approved by the scrutineers. Active aero/DRS systems are not permitted.