At the very minimum any car that should be used for Motor Racing will require an external battery master switch, electric fuel pump, front and rear towing eyelets, a fire extinguisher, a rear facing red warning light, a roll cage, race seat and harness, throttle return springs and tyres recognised as suitable for competition use by the RACMSA.
The regulations for HSCC circuit racing permit a certain amount of modification to the engine, suspension & brakes, but many things have to be left as standard.
Obviously to be able to challenge the front runners in the class, then money has to be spent on car development.
|ARDS introductory pack||£ 39|
|ARDS test||£ 295|
|RACMSA license application||£ 57|
|HSCC membership||£ 140|
|Car identity documents|
|Weighbridge tickets||£ 5 - £ 10|
Race Entry Fees 2001 - £3 surchage for credit card payment
|Mallory Park||£ 135|
|Cadwell Park||£ 130|
|Silverstone||£ 185 (1/2 hour race)|
|Oulton Park||£ 145|
|Brands Hatch||£ 195|
|Donington Park||£ 135|
Racing suit £ 75 - £ 300 Gloves £ 22 - £ 50 Crash Helmet £ 60 - £ 500 (or more)
"If you've got a 10 Dollar head, get a 10 Dollar hat"
Racing Boots £ 50 - £ 120
not strictly necessary
Fuel Transportation Accommodation
© 2001: Andrew Cliffe www.lanciaracing.co.uk