MODI-5-CUP

Racing in 2019?

Everything is pointing to the MODI-5-Cup being an exciting and expanding class in the 500MRCI race season. So if you’re undecided about what you are going to race in 2019, then get in touch to discuss how we can help you get involved. The ‘Competitor Information’ page is written in a way that will help people wanting to start racing in this class along with information for people who already have a race licence. The strictly enforced regulations allow specific modifications along with detailed restrictions and are designed help to keep costs down making it one of the cheapest racing classes. The cars run with required safety modifications that are detailed in the Motorsport UK regulations. Additional modifications are allowed and these and other regulations are listed in the sporting and technical regulations issued by the 500MRCI and copies are available on this site.

MODI-5-CUP

A new race series that puts the focus on driver ability that will be both fun and superb value. It is designed to put a grid of MX5s together to race at Kirkistown starting in the 2019 season. The vision is to start a competitive but well-mannered race series, in which all competitors will respect each other and each other’s machinery. This will not be a contact sport as contact =damage=repairs=money. Opinion is that the MX5 is one of the best sports cars ever made, inexpensive, well designed and well engineered. As well as for serious enthusiasts, this series will also appeal to novices looking for excitement and fun. Competitors can participate in the following MX5 cars - Eunos/Miata origin 1989 – 2005.

RACE DATES FOR 2019

Qualifying and two races at each meeting Best 12 from 14 events to count for cup points scoring Race dates - March 30th, April 27th, May 25th, June 21st & 22nd, July 27th, August 24th, September 28th If you require further information contact the race series co-ordinator - David Cousins Regulations available on the Competitor Information page
Competitor Information Are you Registered? If not, you're missing out! Following the successful launch of the MODI-5-CUP, we have had invaluable feedback and assistance from both Officials and Competitors to help optimise the series. This has resulted in some minor, but important amendments to the draft Sporting & Technical Regulations. These amendments, and other information bulletins, are notified automatically to those who have registered for the series. If you have not registered, you may not be aware of key developments and changes. To enquire about registering, email us at: info@modi5cup.co.uk

CONTACT US

Email info@modi5cup.co.uk

Racing in 2019?

Everything is pointing to the MODI-5-Cup being an exciting and expanding class in the 500MRCI race season. So if you’re undecided about what you are going to race in 2019, then get in touch to discuss how we can help you get involved. The ‘Competitor Information’ page is written in a way that will help people wanting to start racing in this class along with information for people who already have a race licence. The strictly enforced regulations allow specific modifications along with detailed restrictions and are designed help to keep costs down making it one of the cheapest racing classes. The cars run with required safety modifications that are detailed in the Motorsport UK regulations. Additional modifications are allowed and these and other regulations are listed in the sporting and technical regulations issued by the 500MRCI and copies are available on this site.

MODI-5-CUP

A new race series that puts the focus on driver ability that will be both fun and superb value. It is designed to put a grid of MX5s together to race at Kirkistown starting in the 2019 season. The vision is to start a competitive but well- mannered race series, in which all competitors will respect each other and each other’s machinery. This will not be a contact sport as contact =damage=repairs=money. Opinion is that the MX5 is one of the best sports cars ever made, inexpensive, well designed and well engineered. As well as for serious enthusiasts, this series will also appeal to novices looking for excitement and fun. Competitors can participate in the following MX5 cars - Eunos/Miata origin 1989 – 2005.
MODI-5-CUP
MODI-5-CUP
RACE DATES FOR 2019 Qualifying and two races at each meeting. Best 12 from 14 events to count for cup points scoring Race dates - March 30th, April 27th, May 25th, June 21st & 22nd, July 27th, August 24th, September 28th If you require further information contact the race series co-ordinator - David Cousins. 2019 Regulations available on the Competitor Information page. The MODI-5-Cup is organised and administered by the 500 MRCI Ltd in accordance with the General Regulations of the Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association (incorporating the provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA) and Cup Regulations.

CONTACT US

Email info@modi5cup.co.uk
Competitor Information Are you Registered? If not, you're missing out! Following the successful launch of the MODI-5-CUP, we have had invaluable feedback and assistance from both Officials and Competitors to help optimise the series. This has resulted in some minor, but important amendments to the draft Sporting & Technical Regulations. These amendments, and other information bulletins, are notified automatically to those who have registered for the series. If you have not registered, you may not be aware of key developments and changes. To enquire about registering, email us at: info@modi5cup.co.uk
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