The British Automobile Racing Club is delighted to announce that the new-for-2021 One Litre Racing Club has joined its ranks for the forthcoming season.
Formed by three motorsport enthusiasts that have experience throughout a variety of disciplines, the category is aiming to provide a platform for affordable racing in low-cost cars, with the emphasis on fun and competitiveness.
Focusing on opening the door for fellow enthusiasts to go endurance racing, the One Litre Racing Club is open to existing 1-litre or under, normally aspirated road cars and track day goers.
With support on offer throughout the ARDS process, as well as additional help for first-timers, hopes are high for the future.
Paul Rowland, One Litre Racing Club Organiser, said: “Thanks to the BARC, this dream of three motorsport enthusiasts is now becoming a reality.
“The aspirations of the Club are to have a full grid for our inaugural race at Snetterton on August 28. We are confident that demand will outstrip the permitted race numbers as racing returns to some normality after the pandemic.
“We’re currently speaking to the BARC about potentially staging a second race later in the year as well and we plan to hold a full championship campaign in 2022. We’re keeping things simple and that is why membership will be free for this year too!”
The One Litre Racing Club’s maiden race meeting is currently scheduled to take place at Snetterton in late August.
Those with an interest to find out more information and take part should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.