Wishing you all a Happy New Year and we look forward to seeing some old and some new faces on the grid in 2019. #fillthegrid
The MG Cup would welcome the cars to the Championship and we look forward to see which dealers support this, as this could be the start of a new one make class to get drivers on the grid. For more information contact Adam at the MG Car Club.
Interns at parent company SAIC Motor’s UK Technical Centre, in collaboration with the MG Car Club, have been tasked with preparing a 3 for track use with a budget of just £5000 as part of their internship project.
Full details of modifications carried out haven’t been revealed, but proposed regulations for the Class A Road Going category allow for limited weight shedding and installation of performance parts such as GAZ adjustable damping components and a Scorpion exhaust system.
Adam Sloman of the MG Car Club said: “Motorsport is a huge part of MG and the Club’s heritage, and we are very much invested in bringing new cars, drivers and young competitors to our grids in the future.”
The MG Cup would like to welcome Phil Bowden to the grid for 2019 season. That’s 4 ZS’s confirmed to do battle 7 Tomcats Class C should be a lot of fun. #fillthegrid with 2 modern classics doing battle from the glory days of MG Rover.
Ian Boulton is confirmed for another season in class B, Ian is busy building his new car as we speak and we look forward to him mixing it in with class C could this be his year to win the class and championship?
Rob Oakenfull will be resting his MGB in 2019 and doing battle in his Rover Metro GTI
MGZR 170 – For sale to MG Cup Entrant as car been rested while owner races his MGC in 2019. However, the car is offered to driver in MG Cup. New pads recent clutch Gaz dampers good tyres harness in date full cage and fire system. Oil changed after each event dry stored and ready to race. Priced at £2500 so a great way to start racing in the MG Cup for 2019 season. For more details contact Shaun Holmes email@example.com