• Welcome

To The Future Classic Racing Series

Joining The Grid

To get on the grid of the future classics or any racing series for that fact you’ll need these basics.

 A Car – A Car must meet the requirements of scrutiny 

Safety gear – All safety equipment must be FIA approved. This can be purchased from suppliers such as Murray Motorsport. 

Competition National B Race License – No need for a road license but you will need to get your motorsport racing license.

Supported By

 

Rounds 1 & 2 – April 5th Mondello National

 Rounds 3 & 4 – May 9th & 10th Bishopscourt

Round 5 & 6 – June 7th Mondello National

 Round 7 & 8 – August 15th & 16th Mondello Historic Festival (Layout TBC)

 Round 9 & 10 September 12th & 13th Mondello International (Leinster Trophy)

The cost of getting involved

Racing Entry

Every weekend you will need to register for the weekends racing with the racing circuit. The price can vary on location but you must factor this into your racing budget

Price depending on venue.

Practice

Looking to get some seat time before the next raceday or want to get comfortable with the car. Testing is available before most weekends along with trackdays run by trackdays.ie

Price depending on venue.

Registration

Before you join the grid you will need to register your name and race number with Future Classics. Our fee is one of the cheapest grids to join. This includes your racing banner and numbers.

This fee is due at the start of everyone racing season.

€80 Per Year.

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