2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

2024 MONOPOSTO CHAMPIONSHIP

14 races: Snetterton - Snetterton - Brands Hatch GP - Silverstone GP - Croft - Donington Park GP - Oulton Park International

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2024 Monoposto Championship

2024 Championships will be contested over 14 races held over 6 weekends.

CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION

RACE FORMAT:
Most meetings for 2024 will be held over a race weekend with 2 or 3 races per meeting.   Oulton Park and Brands Hatch GP will be a single day meeting. Qualifying sessions and races are typically 15 minutes long, with some exceptions at 20 minutes per session. 

Some meetings will have one grid which will have an impact on the number of competitiors able to race. Reserve lists will operate, and naturally the earlier an entry is lodged, the higher the chance of securing your position on the grid.  

Twin Header - 2 qualifying sessions & 2 races
Double Header - 1 qualifying session & 2 races
Triple Header - 1 qualifying session & 3 races
  

On Double and Triple Headers, grid for race 2 is based on fastest laps of race 1, with race 3 using race 2's fastest laps

2023 CLASS WINNERS:
Mono F3 - Karl O'Brien
Mono 2000 - Tom Wheatley
Mono 2000 Classic - Will Cox
Mono 1800 - Phil Davies
Mono 1600 - Geoff Fern
Moto 1400 - Jason Timms
Moto 1000 - Matthew Haugton.

sCORING SYSTEM

Points are awarded as follows:
Each race finisher will receive points relating to their position within their respective 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.   An additional 1 point is awarded to the driver recording fastest lap, per class. 

Championship is scored as best 11 of 14 results.

BACKGROUND

The Monoposto Racing Club was founded in 1958 and held its first race at Brands Hatch in 1959.  From modest beginnings, the Club celebrates its 65th racing year in 2024, and is now the largest single seater motor racing club in the UK, regularly putting out two grids of cars

Its original ethos remains true now, to provide cost-effective single seater racing. 

A 2024 season preview will be ready shortly.

REGULATIONS & ENTRY FORMS

PROVISIONAL 2024 CALENDAR

  • 20-21 April - Snetterton 200 (3 races)
  • 19 May - Brands Hatch GP
  • 8-9 June - Silverstone GP 
  • 6-7 July - Mondello Park (Non-Championship meeting)
  • 24-25 August - Croft (3 races)
  • 15 September - Donington Park GP *
  • 12 October - Oulton Park International *

The above dates are provisional and subject to change

14 rounds, with 11 scores to count. 

* combined with opening rounds of 2024 Tiedeman Trophy.   Drivers entered in one championship only will be invisible to the other championship in view of scoring.

Mondello Park will require early indication of committment from teams and drivers

TECHNICAL REGULATION UPDATES

2024 Technical Regulations Update

  • Class Changes - “Mono F3A”
    - 2005-2011 F3 tub with F3 engine - running to Monoposto requirements (ride height, restrictor, weight etc)
    - 2006-2008 Formula Renault 2000  (no restriction)
  • Class Changes – “Mono F3B”
    - 1997-2011 F3 tub with Mono engine
    - 1997-2004 F3 tub with F3 engine
    - 1997-2011 F3 tub with Piedrafita engine
    - 2006-2008 Formula Renault 2000 (40mm restrictor)
    - Mygale F4 cars
  • 2006-2008 FR2000 Cars allowed paddle shift
  • 2006-08 FR2000 Cars can remove restrictor if they choose to run in Mono F3A class or keep the current 40mm restrictor and run in the Mono F3B class
  • Moto 1000 Minimum Weight Increase to 420kg
  • Allow Moto 1400 to mix Hayabusa Gen 1 and Gen 2 interchangeable engine parts

The club maintains the right to review and adjust balance of performance factors, such as weight and restrictor size, during the season.

Other than the annual progression (where class applicable) there are no planned changes to allowable chassis for Mono 2000, Mono Classic 2000, Mono 1800, Mono 1400, Mono 1000 or Mono 1600.

All subject to Motorsport UK Approval

CURRENT HELMET STANDARDS & VALIDITY

Below is a list compiled from the 2024 Blue Book Section K10, pages 182- 186 and FIA’s technical list No.25 that recognises all the current helmet standards on the market today, along with their validity in national and international motorsport.

Please make sure to check your helmet so you are not caught out at the start of the season. Make sure to verify this information with your MSUK Yearbook and always make sure to buy your helmets from a reputable supplier.

Snell SA2010
(UK) Not Valid After 31.12.2023
(Int'l) Not Valid After 31.12.2023

Snell SAH2010
(UK) Not Valid After 31.12.2023
(Int'l) Not Valid After 31.12.2023

Snell SA2015
(UK) Not Valid After 31.12.2026
(Int'l) Not Valid After 31.12.2023

Snell SA2020
(UK)
Expiry Not Yet Stated
(Int'l) Expiry Not Yet Stated

FIA 8858-2010
(UK)
Not Valid After 31.12.2023 
(Int'l) Not Valid After 31.12.2023

FIA 8860-2010
(UK)
Expiry Not Yet Stated
(Int'l) Not Valid After 31.12.2028

FIA 8859-2015
(UK)
Expiry Not Yet Stated
(Int'l) Expiry Not Yet Stated

FIA 8860-2018
(UK)
Expiry Not Yet Stated
(Int'l) Expiry Not Yet Stated

FIA 8860-2018 ABP
(UK) Expiry Not Yet Stated 
(Int'l) Expiry Not Yet Stated

Helmets with Homologation withdrawn by FIA:
For safety reasons, please note that the homologation of the following helmets, whatever the validity deadline, is withdrawn with immediate effect.

Manufacturer: NINGBO HD POWERSPORTS SAFETY PRODUCTS
Model: HD128.F
Homologation No.: PH.060.17-C

Manufacturer: NINGBO HD POWERSPORTS SAFETY PRODUCTS
Model: HD315.F
Homologation No.: PH.064.17-O

Manufacturer: OMP
Model: GP8
Homologation No.: PH.065.17-C

As these helmets can no longer be considered as complying with the standard FIA 8859-2015, their use is prohibited in all cases in which compliance with the above-mentioned standards is mandatory

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