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2022 Speed Championship

It’s Not What You Drive, It’s How You Drive It!

For just £35.00, the BARC Connaught Speed Championship provides an enjoyable, engaging and truly competitive series for established drivers. What’s more, for new competitors who are keen to experience the thrills of motorsport, it offers an accessible and affordable starting point.

Catering for almost every type of vehicle from standard road cars to single-seater racing cars, the Championship is open to all British Automobile Racing Club members, plus current members of motorsport clubs affiliated to any one of nine regional associations.*

The 2022 season features an impressive thirty-two rounds at some of the best motorsport circuits, sprint and hill climb venues in the UK, with points accumulated from your choice of any ten rounds representing your final score. This combination of diverse driving environments and nationwide locations allows you to plan according to your ability, availability and budget.

Scoring is based on class records. This provides the opportunity for every type of vehicle to accumulate the same amount of points and ensures that all competitors have a fair chance of taking home a prize. The overall BARC Connaught Speed Championship winner receives the prestigious Wilkinson Sword and £300, with £150 and a trophy for second place, plus £75 and a trophy for third place. There are trophies for all of our class winners too.

In addition to the main prizes there are four Bonus Awards: The Raymond Good FTD Handicap Trophy, the BARC Classic Speed Trophy, the Rallye Communications Top Six Challenge Trophy and the Emerald Award. Together, these deliver even more winning opportunities, offering a combination of cash prizes and awards.

Be Part of Something Bigger

The Championship is supported by the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC), one of the world’s most established and successful motorsport organisations.

The BARC operates Thruxton CircuitPembrey Circuit and Croft Circuit, hillclimbs at Gurston Down and Harewood, plus six regional centres. Together, we deliver an extensive annual calendar of events including Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Festival of Speed, plus over thirty popular championships. These range from the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, the Britcar Trophy Championship and the Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge to the British Truck Racing Championship and the British Touring Car Championship, the UK’s most popular national racing series.

Your Winning Choice For 2022

We’re confident that you’ll enjoy being part of the 2022 BARC Connaught Speed Championship, combining truly competitive events with the fantastic camaraderie that’s become as a trademark of this speed series.

If you’re keen to be part of what’s now established as one of the UK’s most popular and accessible speed series, simply visit our Championship registration page. Here you can download the Championship regulations and a registration form, along with the option of entering online.

Alternatively, if you have questions to ask or require further information, please contact Adrian Mudge, our Championship Coordinator, on 07896 564 757 or email mudge@barc-midlands.co.uk

* Current members of clubs affiliated to either the Association of Central Southern Motor Clubs (ACSMC), Association of Eastern Motor Clubs (AEMC), Association of Northern Car Clubs (ANCC), Association of North East & Cumbria Car Clubs (ANECCC), Association of North Western Car Clubs (ANWCC), Association of South Eastern Motor Clubs (ASEMC), Association of South Western Motor Clubs (ASWMC), Association of West Midland Motor Clubs (AWMMC) or East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs (EMAMC) are eligible to enter the BARC Connaught Speed Championship.

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