Club Profile

The aim of the Club is to organise low cost single seater racing for the club racer. With this in mind we promote classes for the competitor who is broadly a 'Do it Yourself' man or woman. To control casts the Monoposto Championship is for cars which are at least four years old*. Broadly, the engine size dictates the class into which a car falls. This is reflected in the class names.

The emphasis in the Monoposto Clubs' championships is on the amateur owner driver. Most of the cars being raced in the Monoposto championships are prepared by their owners and their friends. As a result the club has a reputation for fielding cars which are prepared to a very high standard by their enthusiastic owners.

Depreciation is a crippling cost in many categories of motor racing because the pace of development means that the very latest designs are thought to be essential for success. The Monoposto Racing Club rules are specifically framed to prevent this happening in Monoposto racing. One of the reasons why racing the Monoposto Club way is relatively inexpensive is that competitors do not have to sell their cars at a huge loss at the end of each season in order to invest in the latest equipment. Well prepared cars remain competitive. Frequently, a car may be raced for several seasons or even several decades and show zero depreciation when sold.

One of the great strengths of Monoposto Racing is that it is specially formulated so that owners of a wide range of single seater racing cars can compete and still enjoy close, exciting racing. The class structure is such that a wide variety of cars can compete on equal terms. In Mono2000, Mono1800 and Mono1600, all commercially built cars racing in Monoposto Racing must be built for the 2006 season or earlier. However you can enter a home made or 'one off' car of any age.

The Mono Moto 1400 and 1000 classes are for motorcycle engined cars . These classes are aimed at those who want to compete in cars which can be bought 'off the shelf' as well as home built ones.
* Unlike the other Monoposto classes, new cars can be raced in Moto 1400 and Moto 1000. Despite this change of emphasis, these classes are still firmly focused on the enthusiast rather than the career driver.

Monoposto Championship Classes:

  • Mono F3
  • Mono 2000
  • Mono 2000 Classic
  • Mono 1800
  • Mono 1600
  • Mono Moto 1000
  • Mono Moto 1400


Home built chassis

Providing that a home built chassis meets MSA requirements, and meets the class requirements, it may be run in the relevant Monoposto class.

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2019 Monoposto Mono F3 Championship

1 Alex Fores 111
2 Ashley Dibden 107
3 Neil Harrison 86
4 Tony Bishop 86
5 Chris Davison 53

2019 Monoposto Mono2000 Championship

1 Terry Clark 120
2 Mat Jordan 97
3 Robin Dawe 65
4 Richard Greening 49
5 Robert Smith 39

2019 Monoposto Mono2000 Classic Championship

1 James Rimmer 128
2 Edward Guest 80
3 Robin Dawe 65
4 David Cox 59
5 Nick Catanzaro 59

2019 Monoposto Mono1800 Championship

1 Phil Davis 132
2 Chris Lord 131
3 David Jones 77
4 Douglas McLay 67
5 Chris Levy 54

2019 Monoposto Mono1600 Championship

1 Geoff Fern 152
2 Will Cox 44
3 Patrick Wayne 0

2019 Monoposto Mono1400 Championship

1 Jason Timms 123
2 Martin Wright 112
3 Geoff Fern 83

2019 Monoposto Mono1000 Championship

1 Dominic Shepherd 133
2 Dean Warren 76
3 Tom Rawlings 72
4 Max Hart 68
5 Morgan McCourt 67


2017 Monoposto Championship