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The Monoposto Racing Club is the largest single-seater racing club in the UK

Introducing the Monoposto Racing Club

“Club Racing Grand Prix Style”

Since 1959, the Monoposto Racing Club has been providing cost-effective single seater racing, and now, over 50 years later, the club is now the largest single seater club in the UK, regularly putting out capacity grids, with a friendly atmosphere in the paddock, and healthy, yet respectful, competitive racing.

Monoposto offers most recent single seaters the opportunity to race, more information on the six different classes can be found on this website.

Update: 2015 provisional calendar / 2015 Regs / Yearbook

Announcing: St. Cross Electronics as 2014 title sponsor

St. Cross Electronics will continue to be the title sponsor for the Monoposto Racing Club’s championship, which will be called the St. Cross Electronics Mono Championship for 2012, 2013 and 2014 seasons.

In 2014 the St. Cross Electronics Mono Championship is expected to build on Monoposto’s position as the largest single seater racing championship in the UK, typically attracting entries of more than 50 cars for each round.  The Championship will have 14 rounds on leading UK circuits at race meetings organised by Motorsport Vision Racing.

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Announcing: Monoposto Nova Novice Award

As part of the 2014 Monoposto Championship the Club will include Awards for the first and second place drivers on Championship points won in any Mono class, who start their season as “novices”. Alongside the Trophies comes two free double header Monoposto Race entries in 2015 for the winner, and one free double header race entry in 2015 for the runner up. The total value of the Awards is approximately £1000; arguably the most valuable prize fund in club-level single seater racing.

The Monoposto Nova Awards will be open to any full Monoposto member, who starts their first 2014 Monoposto Championship race still needing to be observed and to obtain some or all of the initial 6 signatures on their competition licence Upgrade Card. To be eligible for the Monoposto Nova Awards, a competitor will therefore start their 2014 Mono Championship campaign as a novice race driver as defined by the MSA, with the car carrying the compulsory black/yellow cross.  More details here

Monoposto 2015 Provisional Calendar

1-2 18/19 April Cadwell Park  Entry Form
3-4 16/17 May Brands Hatch Indy  Entry Form
5-6 13/14 June Silverstone GP  Entry Form
NC 26/27/28 June Roadbook Spa Francorchamps  Entry Form
7-8 25/26 July Snetterton 300  Entry Form
9-10 15/16 August Brands Hatch GP  Entry Form
11-12 19/20 September Donington Park  Entry Form
13-14 10 October Oulton Park International  Entry Form

Introducing: 2014 Tiedeman Trophy Series

The Founder of the Monoposto Racing Club, Frank Tiedeman, passed away in 2013.

A new end-of-season Autumn Championship has been established bearing his name.   This was trialled in 2013 as a four race mini-series at two circuits with great success, and it his hoped to expand on this in 2014 with an MSA regulated mini-championship.

Races 1 & 2 – Castle Combe on 4th October 2014

Races 3 & 4 – Snetterton (CSCC) on 18th October 2014

MSV F3 Cup 2014 calendar

Provisional 2014 Calendar

1 5/6 April MSVR Snetterton 300
2 26/27 April MSVR Silverstone GP
3 24/25 May MSVR Rockingham Int’l
4 27/29 June Roadbook Spa-Francorchamps
5 18/19 July MSVR Oulton Park Int’l
6 16/17 August MSVR Brands Hatch GP
7 6 September MSVR Silverstone National
8 25/26 October MSVR Snetterton 300


Introducing: MotoMono

For 2012 Mono 1000 and Mono 1400 classes have been merged to form MotoMono, a class for bike engined cars such as JKS (Speads), Jedi, tube OMSLeastone.

  • Certain post 2006 chassis are permitted (basically space-frames designed for a bike engine).
  • Production motor cycle engine up to 1000cc capacity, however significant tuning is permitted
  • 370kg minimum weight limit for cars complying with Formula Honda 600 specification, 400kg otherwise.
  • More information on the Mono1000 technical page

Introducing: Mono 1600

Formula Ford/FF2000 chassis, Formula Vauxhall Junior (8V) and Formula Renault 1700 are popular.

  • Standard, iron block engines with a single camshaft up to 1750cc capacity, dry sump permitted. FF Kent 1600 engines, when fitted in older chassis, may use the approved Mono camshaft.
  • More information on the Mono1600 technical page

Introducing: Mono 1800

Formula Ford Zetec, FF2000, Formula Vauxhall Junior (16V) and Formula Ireland cars feature.

  • Engines conforming to the following regulations: FF Zetec 1800 up to year 2005, Formula Vauxhall 2000 (Junior 1600 cc 16 valve), FF2000 as defined in the 1993 MSA yearbook.
  • More information on the Mono1800 technical page

Introducing: Mono DTEC for Formula Ford Duratec

mono_duratecNew for 2014!

A class specifically for Duratec engined Formula Fords.     Cars must comply with published Formula Ford Duratec regulations with the exception of tyres which are free.

Further details to be announced shortly.

Introducing: Mono 2000 Classic

For classic cars such as Formula Vauxhall and older F3 cars, like Reynards and Ralts.

Trialled in 2007 as a Cup, and introduced as a new formula in 2008, the 2000 Classic class is designed to offer a competitive class for older 2000cc cars, especially aluminium or steel framed cars, but also older carbon monocoque chassis such as the Reynards from the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.

Introducing: Mono 2000

Typically Dallara F3, US FF2000, Formula Renault 2000, Formula Renault BARC...

  • Chassis must have been first produced for 2004 model year or earlier.
  • Standard production engines up to 2000cc capacity.  Dry sump lubrication permitted.  Flywheel free.  Throttle Body Fuel Injection, subject to a 40mm per choke size restriction.
  • More information on the Mono2000 technical page
  • Engines of manufacture and model as used in FIA international F3 during 2004 or earlier, having a 25mm diameter air restrictor.
  • Complete cars complying with 2009 Formula Renault BARC Technical Regulations.  The chassis may not be used with any other engine, nor the engine used in any other chassis. Transmission, Gear Ratios, Final Drive and Clutch must comply with the above regulations.


After my first couple of races I can happily say that Mono is a fun and friendly place.

- Comments from new drivers
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Everyone has been so welcoming and helped us out when we have been in need. The Championship has been excellently managed and we have thoroughly enjoyed every weekend

- Swansea Metropolitan University Team

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Had a great time and really felt at home!

- Comments from new drivers

St. Cross Electronics is 2012 Monoposto title sponsor