The first three rounds of the UKCG Monoposto Championship will be held at Donington on the National circuit. The three round format is being used again this year after it proved popular last season.
Qualifying and Race 1 will take place on Saturday, with Race 2 and Race 3 on Sunday. The grid for Race 2 will be decided by the fastest laps set in Race 1 and the grid for Race 3 will be set by the fastest laps set in Race 2.
This year the grids will be moved around slightly with the Mono Moto 1400 and Mono Classic 2000 classes swapping. Therefore, Grid 1 will be for the F3, 2000, FR2000 and M1400 classes and Grid 2 will be for the M1000, 1800, 1600 and Classic classes.
Documents will appear here as they are released or updated:
The 2018 UKCG Monoposto Championship regulations have been published.
You can view or download the regulations by clicking this link: 2018 UKCG Monoposto Championship Regulations
The 2018 Monoposto Yearbook has now been released which contains information about the club, the classes we have, the two championships we run, the dates for the year and more.
The Yearbook is designed to be a guide for newcomers to Monoposto, but has useful information for established competitors as well.
To view or download the Yearbook, please click here: 2018 Yearbook
Regulation (K)3 in the MSA Yearbook has been amended to require all fire extinguishers to be serviced in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines, or every 24 months, whichever is sooner.
This regulation change was ratified by Motor Sports Council for 01 January 2018 implementation. Unfortunately, there was an error in the rule changes notification sheet published in October 2017, which indicated an incorrect date of implementation of 01 January 2019. It has been confirmed that this regulation is as per the MSA Yearbook, effective as of 01 January 2018.
To summarise, where an extinguisher is required by the discipline regulations, it must now be serviced in accordance with (K)3. If you have any doubts, please feel free to contact the MSA Technical Department for further clarification or assistance.
For FIA-homologated fire extinguisher systems, the servicing must always be carried out by the manufacturer or their approved agent to maintain the validity of the homologation. Current regulations for non-homologated systems do not require the service to be carried out by the manufacturer or their agent. Before submitting an extinguisher for service check with the manufacturer, because servicing outside of the manufacturer’s network may affect their recognition of that product.
Monoposto is delighted to announce that we have a new sponsor on board for the Monoposto Championship for 2018 – UKCG.
The UK Carbon & Graphite Company Limited (UKCG) is a UK based company specialising in the controlled manufacture, machining, testing and global distribution of carbon and graphite products utilised in varying applications and industrial sectors.
To find out more about UKCG, please visit their website: uk-cg.com
The championship will be referred to as the “UKCG Monoposto Championship” for 2018 and the logo above will be included on all official championship paperwork as well as the new championship decals which will be handed out at the start of the season to go on every car scoring points in the championship.
The 2018 season sees the Monoposto Racing Club celebrating our 60th Anniversary. The 2018 Monoposto Membership Form is available by clicking below, we have kept the cost of membership the same again this year.
Please click the link below to visit our 2018 calendar page. The 2018 Monoposto Championship will be covering 14 rounds over six weekends between April and October and the Tiedeman Trophy will again be a 6 round, 3 day championship running from September until November.
After a year without a European Non-Championship round, we are looking forward to visiting a new circuit for Monoposto next year – Zandvoort, on 7th and 8th July.