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Tiedeman Trophy

2017 Reprise IT Tiedeman Trophy Mono Championship


Rounds 1 & 2 - 1st October - Donington Park (750MC)
Rounds 3 & 4 - 14th October - Castle Combe (CCRC)
Rounds 5 & 6 - 19th November - Anglesey (BRSCC)


The Founder of the Monoposto Racing Club, Frank Tiedeman, passed away in 2013. A new Autumn Championship was established that year bearing his name. Frank was a prominent advocate of low cost single seater racing, which is the objective of the Tiedeman Trophy, offering cost effective racing at the end of the season.

The Trophy was trialed in 2013 as a four race mini-series at two circuits with great success and has grown into a 6 race, 3 meeting championship. For 2017 we have a new title sponsor on board, Reprise IT.

Eligible Cars & Drivers

Cars complying with any class in the 2017 Monoposto Championship Regulations, plus an Invitation Class for Single Seater Racing Cars up to 2000cc, at the discretion of the Monoposto Racing Club.


Each meeting is held on one day, with one qualifying session and two races. All classes share one grid.


Points will be awarded in each class to Competitors as follows: 1st = 15, 2nd = 12, 3rd = 10, 4th = 9, 5th = 8, 6th = 7, 7th = 6, 8th = 5, 9th = 4, 10th = 3, 11th = 2 points. Every other place = 1 point. Plus Fastest lap in each Class = 1 point. Plus 1 point for each of the number of entrants in the class as recorded at the qualifying session for the round. Cars in the Invitational class do not score points.

Therefore, the Champion could come from any Mono class and the championship rewards consistency throughout all the rounds.


At each round, trophies are awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each race. Plus the Champion of the Circuit 1st, 2nd and 3rd places which is worked out according to the scoring formula above across the two rounds at that track.


2016: Geoff Fern - Mono 1600
2015: Ewen Sergison - Mono 1800
2014: Geoff Fern - Mono 1600
2013 (series): Jim Blockley - Mono Classic


Entry Form

from yearbook

2015 Champion - Ewen Sergison

frank tiedeman lotus

Frank Tiedeman Lotus on display at Mallory

2017 Monoposto Championship