Introduced in 2017, attracted large grids and some fantasitc, competitive racing. With a wide mix of non-turbo saloons of any age utilising treaded MSA 1A, 1B and 1C tyres. Each Hot Hatch Challenge Series event will consist of 15 minutes qualifying and a 20 minute race with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies awarded to each of the 4 classes.
This very successful class-based Championship’s big attraction is the wide diversity of eligible cars capable of being competitive. Whilst the nimble front wheel drive hatches have traditionally been favourites there is now a competitive group of turbocharged cars featuring in the results.
Many of the front runners are using fully race prepared engines with budgets to match, however many competitors compete with very modest budgets and have great races, with large grids there is always someone to race with.Chris Carter aims to be the first Championship winner with Cerebral Palsy.