2020 Racing Calendar announced

2020 Calendar

Now in its 56th year of racing and celebrating the half-century of Mini Miglia, the Mini Seven Racing Club is delighted to announce its calendar for 2020, including a 15-round National championship and the renamed 0-Plate Winter Challenge to bookend the season over two weekends.

2020 Dunlop National Mini Challenge supported by Mini Spares
Date Rounds Race Circuit Organiser
April 25th & 26th 1 & 2 Croft DDMC
May 10th (Sunday) 3 & 4 Donington Park BARC
June 13th & 14th 5 & 6 Silverstone Historic GP MGCC (MG Live)
July 3rd, 4th and 5th 7, 8 & 9 Zandvoort GP CPZ (British Race Festival)
August 8th & 9th 10 & 11 Brands Hatch MSV (Mini Festival)
August 22nd & 23rd 12 & 13 Brands Hatch GP ITR (DTM support)
October 3rd and 4th 14 & 15 Castle Combe CCRC (Autumn Classic)

Commenting on the 2020 National Challenge calendar, M7RC Chairman Nick Cooke, said:  “We are truly grateful for the support we receive from the organisers, affording our members the chance to race in front of large crowds at the very best circuits, including in 2020 three GP venues, and at high-profile motorsport events including MG Live on the historic Silverstone layout, the British Race Festival at Zandvoort in the Netherlands, both the Mini Festival and the DTM’s visit to the UK at Brands Hatch, and the Autumn Classic at Castle Combe.”

2020 Dunlop 0-Plate Winter Challenge supported by Mini Spares
Date Rounds Race Circuit Organiser
March 21st & 22nd   1, 2 & 3 Silverstone National BARC
November 14th & 15th 4, 5 & 6 Brands Hatch BARC (Includes Night Race)

 On the re-branded 0-Plate Winter Challenge calendar, Chairman Nick Cooke, added: “For 2020 we have tried to give our traditional season opener and closer a refresh, adding an extra race for the weekend in March, and extending the honour of racing and points scoring for the coveted 0-Plate over two weekends, not just the one. Also, for only the second time in the Club’s history, we are planning a night race, something a little different with the driving and technical challenges it presents, to hopefully ensure we can deliver even bigger grids at both events.”

Racing • 26th Nov, 19 •

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