Max5 Racing Championship

MaX5 Racing was formed as a series of races in the summer of 2003, running as a successful race championship in 2004. The MaX5 Racing Championship is based upon the original MX5 Championship run by Mazda in the UK in 1990/91 & the American spec Miata MX5 Championship, which is hugely successful in the U.S. This very British race championship using the Mk1, MK3 and Mk4 Mazda MX5 is run on the principle that close racing is exiting racing. The race Championship is aimed at drivers who want their racing to be fun, in a cost effective & well organised racing club. The front engine rear wheel drive layout of this Japanese Lotus Elan clone gives the perfect sports racer feel, coupled with impeccable turn in and balance make it a perfect experience for drivers.

2018 Calendar - Max5 Racing Championship

2018 Standings - Max5 Racing Championship

2015 Final Championship Points Position
2016 Final Championship Points Position
2017 Final Points Positions
2018 Provisional Points Positions

2018 Reports - Max5 Racing Championship

Results coming soon

2018 Downloads - Max5 Racing Championship

2018 Registration Form
2018 MAX5 Club Membership Form
2018 Entry Form
2018 Championship Regulations
2018 BARC Health & Safety Guidance
2018 BARC Standing Regulations

Latest News - Max5 Racing Championship

BARC serves up memorable Rockingham send-off

The British Automobile Racing Club served up a memorable farewell at Rockingham Motor Speedway this past weekend (September 22/23) as a trio of championships battled it out one last time.

BARC championships gearing up for Rockingham farewell

The British Automobile Racing Club is set to say a fond farewell to Rockingham Motor Speedway this weekend (September 22/23) at Truxx Factor, where a host of championships will look to leave their mark on the Corby venue.

Contrasting conditions add to the BARC spectacle at Cadwell Park

The British Automobile Racing Club showcased a wet and wild visit to the picturesque Cadwell Park with five championships continuing their 2018 campaigns, and plenty of drama unfolding.

BARC heads back to Cadwell Park for full-throttle weekend

The British Automobile Racing Club heads north to the undulating curves of Cadwell Park this weekend (September 8/9) with six championships set to continue their 2018 campaigns.

BARC confirms return to Chesford Grange Hotel for Championships Awards Evening

The British Automobile Racing Club’s prestigious Championships Awards Evening will return to the familiar surroundings of Chesford Grange Hotel on Saturday 9th February 2019, where our 2018 champions will be celebrated.

Championship Co-ordinator

Jon Halliwell
jon.acsnetworks@btinternet.com