TEGIWA Roadsports is a mini-endurance series for production sports and saloon cars. Roadsports is designed to offer competitors a great deal of freedom in tuning a performance sports or saloon car, whilst at the same time providing a framework to ensure the racing remains cost effective.
Races are 45 minutes plus 1 lap with a compulsory pit stop, and optional driver / car change. Qualifying is a 25 minute session.
- Single driver in one car
- Two drivers sharing one car
- Two drivers with two cars running in a relay team
Pit stops may be taken between the 15th minute and 30th minute of the race duration. During the pit stop the car must remain stationary for a minimum of one minute - refuelling is not permitted. For drivers competing in a relay team the second car may leave the pits after the first car in the team has spent one minute stationary in the pit lane.
A - Super GT - 300bhp/tonne
B - GT - 240bhp/tonne
C - Supersport - 180bhp/tonne
D - Sport - 145bhp/tonne
Engine power is at the flywheel as measured on a MAHA rolling road, and weight is tested post-race WITHOUT driver. Spot checks will be carried out via the 750MC's own mobile MAHA unit, and competitors near class boundaries are urged to check outputs in advance via a local MAHA operator. Induction systems are free. Forced induction may be added to naturally aspirated engines.
Team/Driver of the Day Vouchers and Discounts - Continued for 2020!
New title sponsors TEGIWA.com have awarded a generous £100 prize voucher to the Team/Driver of the day for each of the six Roadsports events across 2020, which can be redeemed against their extensive online catalogue that includes everything from parts to lubricants, and Nankang tyres suitable for use in the series.
All registered drivers are also eligible to receive 10% off products from TEGIWA. Read more HERE and see the Member Discount page (requires valid membership) for details of how to redeem the discount.
Free, but must use the original pick-up points which may not be modified. Springs and dampers are free.
Gearboxes must be a standard production unit from the relevant manufacturer and remain in their original location and orientation. Sequential gearboxes are not permitted.
Brake calipers, disks and pads are free. ABS where fitted may be disabled or removed. Cars not originally fitted with ABS may be retrofitted with the ABS system from the same model only.
Any MSA List 1A, 1B or 1C tyre is permitted. Diameter, width and aspect ratio are free.
There are six rounds in the 2020 season - click here for the full calendar. Competitors may also wish to consider running in the 750 Motor Club's longer Club Enduro race series as well, which now runs the same power to weight classes as Roadsports.
Club membership is just £25 for 12 months (per driver), season registration is £85 (per team), and race entry fees (per team) are typically between £245 and £345 depending on the circuit. Eligible cars can be bought or built from just £4000.