With immediate effect, the F1000 Championship will transfer to 750 Motor Club from the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC).
“I’d like to thank the BRSCC for hosting us through twenty one years of various iterations of championships,” said Frazer Corbyn, Championship Manager. “Now is the right time, for the F1000 Championship to move to the 750 Motor Club which has been known as the “Home of Affordable Motorsport” since 1939. This will enable drivers, teams and the championship to build on the current growth of our grids and also ensure its long term sustainability.”
The BRSCC has worked with Jedi Racing Cars Ltd, helping to run Formula 600, Formula Honda, Formula Jedi and more recently F1000 for over two decades. “We are grateful for the support the Club has given our Championships over the years and wish the BRSCC and all its competitors and championships a successful future,” said Frazer Corbyn.
The 750 Motor Club membership model is one which will favour the niche series which has developed into the UK’s premier single seater bike engined championship. It is one of the only affordable, slicks and wings single seater series, available for novice and experienced racers as well as those who wish to step up from karting.
Giles Groombridge, 750MC Competitions Manager said, “We’re delighted to welcome the F1000 drivers and the Jedi Racing Cars manufacturer to our paddock. It’s great to have a single seater slicks and wings race category back in our portfolio after a five or six year’s absence. We look forward to getting them up and running as soon as possible.”
“We’re sad to see the Jedi Racing Car leave our paddock after so many years – indeed, one of our longest running Championships,” said Competitions Manager Dominic Ostrowski. “However, we wish F1000 every success with their new Club.”
The F1000 2019 schedule will be announced shortly.
Find out more about the UK's premier motorcycle-engined single seater series at www.f1000uk.com
and come along to the Kartmania
show next weekend (24th/25th) at Silverstone to see an F1000 machine on display alongside the 750MC stand.