Each meeting is held on one day, with one qualifying session and two races, typically 15 minutes in length. All classes share one grid.
2019 - Roger Wright (Moto 1000)
2018 - Will Cox (Mono 1600)
2017 - Neil Harrison (Mono F3)
2016 - Geoff Fern (Mono 1600)
2015 - Ewen Sergison (Mono 1800)
2014 - Geoff Fern (Mono 1600)
2013 - Jim Blockley (Mono 2000 Classic)
Points are awarded as follows:
Each race finisher will receive points relating to their position within their class:
1st 15, 2nd 12, 3rd 10, 4th 9, 5th 8, 6th 7, 7th 6, 8th 5, 9th 4, 10th 3, 11th 2 points and each additional finisher 1 point
To the driver recording fastest lap, per class: 1 point
Plus 1 point for each of the number of entrants in the class as at the qualifying session for the round or who otherwise qualify to start the round
Driver winning class and setting fastest lap in a class of 8 drivers = 15 + 1 + 8 = 24 points
Driver coming third in class, setting fastest lap, from a class of 5 drivers = 10 + 1 + 5 = 16 points
The Founder of the Monoposto Racing Club, Frank Tiedeman, passed away in 2013. A new Autumn Championship was established that year bearing his name. Frank was a prominent advocate of low cost single seater racing, which is the objective of the Tiedeman Trophy, offering cost effective racing at the end of the season.
The Trophy was trialed in 2013 as a four race mini-series at two circuits with great success and is now established as a 6 race, 3 meeting championship. Since 2017 we have a title sponsor on board, Reprise IT.
REGULATIONS & ENTRY FORM
We are grateful to Reprise IT for their continued support with their kind sponsorship of the Tiedeman Trophy Championship since 2017.
With over 17 years experience supplying IT equipment to businesses across the globe, Reprise IT was established in Wiltshire in 2013.
They are able to assist with a wide variety of IT requirements, includign sourcing and installation of products, provide service and IT support, fix problems and recycle unwanted equipment.
Visit their website at www.repriseit.co.uk
6 rounds, 6 to count. All meetings are one day and use the twin header format.
ELIGIBLE CARS & DRIVERS
Cars complying with any current Monoposto class, plus an Invitation Class at the discretion of the Monoposto Racing Club.
The Tiedeman Trophy regulations, as approved by Motorsport UK have an Invitational Class for normally aspirated reciprocating piston engined cars of up to 2000cc capacity which do not comply with standard classes.
If you have such a car and would like the compete, you need to seek approval from both the Monoposto Race and Technical Committees.
As the acceptance process may take some time, it is recommended that applications are made early, and accompanied with technical information regarding the proposed car, and if currently raced on UK circuits, some race results.
Performance of cars are monitored and may lead to acceptance in future Monoposto Championship and Tiedeman Trophy Championships.
The Scarab Formula Vee chassis with VW Polo 1300 engine followed this process and can now compete for points within Mono 1600 in both Monoposto and Tiedeman Trophy Championships.