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Ma7da Championship

Ma7da is an offshoot of the eternally popular Locost Championship for Seven-esque kit cars, offering the same ultra-close slipstreaming race action, but with increased performance via a Mk2.5 Mazda MX-5 1.8 VVT engine and Toyo R888R tyres.


Ma7da accommodates drivers having stepped up from Locost, or newcomers looking for a formula that offers great racing with a tightly-controlled Seven-esque car platform, thanks to the reliability and affordability of a standard Ma7da powerplant combined with the value and unbeatable entry costs of a 750 Motor Club package.


A typical Locost can be ugraded by a DiY racer to use a reliable and affordable 1.8-litre VVT Mazda MX-5 'Mk2.5' engine and gearbox for little more than £2500 including all parts and a secondhand engine and gearbox. 

‘Control’ Package Parts

Tubular exhaust manifold - designed to fit standard Locost chassis, from KitSpares or 750MC
Catalytic converter - designed to fit to original Locost silencer
Fuel Pressure Regulator - to regulate power output (from KitSpares here)
Emerald standalone ECU & wideband lambda sensor - with locked control map (from 750MC shop here).


The Ma7da Championship will typically feature 14 races across six race weekends, with a mixture of double or triple-header events to maximise value for money.


750 Motor Club racing membership is £95 for 12 months, season registration is £155, and race entry fees typically range from £320 - £390 depending on the circuit and whether double or triple-header


For all enquiries, contact: James at 750 Motor Club.
Formula Representitive: Ben Powney, contact via 
James at 750 Motor Club.




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