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2022 Sponsor Lineup

Wed 11 May 2022

After kicking off the new year with a guest ‘away round’ at Castle Combe before a visit to 750MC’s Croft event later this month, the Club is delighted to welcome a new title sponsor on board for the 2022 Sport Specials Championship: After supporting Class C for several years and acting as an associate sponsor of the championship, FreakyParts have stepped up to the title sponsor role for the new year in the UK’s circuit racing home for production car-powered kit cars and sport specials.
Based in the UK, FreakyParts specialise in custom designed and low volume production brake upgrades for all cars. From a full big brake kit to just a set of replacement pads, the hands-on specialist can supply everything for the project builder or motorsport competitor, as well as offering tailor-made stainless steel braided brake hose solutions using all HEL Automotive fixings. Discounts are available for all 750 Motor Club competitors within the Sport Specials Championship - just contact the team directly with your requirements for a quote. Read more about the company and see the range of products on offer at
With the season so far featuring big grids from the outset, 750 Motor Club’s Hot Hatch Championship is on course for another huge season – and we are pleased to welcome back PBS Brakes as a title sponsor for 2022. A leading UK-based race, trackday and performance brake pad manufacturer, PBS pads are used in a variety of 750MC championships in addition to Hot Hatch and offer race winning performance alongside superb value. Combined with discounts available to registered drivers, PBS has become the go-to brand for many drivers - see the range of products on offer at
The 2022 season is also in full swing for 750MC’s busy Club Enduro Championship and Roadsports Series, with returning title sponsor TEGIWA for two of the UK’s biggest and most varied club racing formulae. As with previous seasons, as part of the sponsorship Tegiwa are generously donating a £200 Driver(s) of the Day voucher for each round of Club Enduro, and a £100 version for Roadsports, which can be redeemed against their huge range of motorsport parts, tyres and fluids. Club Enduro and Roadsports also welcome the return of mortgage/financial advisors Endurance Financial, bespoke joinery company Timber Technology and garage equipment and dynamometer manufacturer Maha as associate sponsors for 2022.
With one of the biggest grids to-date on the entry list for Silverstone last month from the formula’s eight-year history, the 750 Motor Club’s re-branded Clio Sport Championship looks set for a busy season ahead, with the exciting introduction of an option for later 197/200 chassis models. One thing that hasn’t changed however is the support of the formula, from title sponsors and technical partners K-Tec Racing – the UK-based RenaultSport specialist offering all related products and services. Cars in the championship run on control Yokohama tyres – restricted on numbers to control budget – supplied by Polleysport, whilst 2022 also sees PBS Brakes join as a championship sponsor, with great value brake pads for registered drivers.
As the Historic 750 Formula Series gets underway this weekend at Oulton Park with a near-30 car entry, 750MC is pleased to welcome the continued support of Raceparts for the 2022 season for both Historic 750 Formula, and the innovative 750 Formula Championship. Taking the role of title sponsor for both the historic series and in 2022 championship, Raceparts is a one-stop shop for motorsport parts and spares that goes hand-in-hand with 750 Formula - the world's oldest - as the first motorsport store of its type; manufacturing and supplying products worldwide since 1970.
As part of the sponsorship, Raceparts generously continue to donate a £50 gift voucher for each event and for both formulae in their respective 2022 calendars, to be awarded at each prizegiving. That's not all, since 750 Motor Club members are all entitled to a 10% discount on the wide range of products and services - head to to browse and see the 750MC website Member Benefits page for details of how to redeem.
Two of 750 Motor Club’s most iconic formulae for club-level circuit racing are back in action – the exciting Classic Stock Hatch and Locost Championships – and the Club is pleased to feature the continuation of a longstanding joint title sponsorship from both Demon Tweeks and control tyre manufacturer Yokohama. Aiming to offer the most complete and innovative motorsport product range since 1971, Demon Tweeks have been supplying parts and equipment to 750 Motor Club members for decades – check out the Member Discount Page in the 750MC website member area for more details on an exclusive discount offer for active competitors, and browse the full range at
750MC is also delighted to once again feature control tyre supplier Yokohama as the title sponsor of the rapidly expanding Ma7da Championship for converted Locost racecars powered by Mazda MX-5 VVT engines. With Ma7da tyre supply via, the affordable sportscar racing formula utilises the A048 model, offering impressive pace alongside long life and cost-effective prices for the club-level racer.
The Type R Trophy Championship is back in action this weekend at Oulton Park, for rounds 3 & 4 of the 2022 championship. With just three points separating the top three in the points table and in excess of 30 cars now entered, the two races at the thrilling North Western venue is set to provide exciting action on Saturday – with the return of the reverse top ten for race two.
Alongside the prizegiving and Driver of the Day trophy for each event, title sponsor Tegiwa also generously donate three prizes at each event, where all drivers present are entered into a random raffle draw for a race fluids kit, a set of PBS brake pads, and a free pair of MRF race tyres.
Finally, this season both the Bikesports Championship and Sports 1000 receive backing from engine builders RLM Racing for 2022. Offering technical support for competitors and putting up a huge £1000 prize against rebuild labour for the ‘Drivers’ Driver’ of the season in each, 750MC welcomes the valued support of the specialist going forward.