One of the oldest continually running race series in the world, for sports-prototype racing cars with an offset driver position and small passenger space. Cars are often designed and built by enthusiasts from scratch, although kits are available and there is a good secondhand market. Power comes from a near-standard 1-litre Fiat engine to keep costs low, but slick tyres and a 375kg minimum weight make for extremely quck lap times – often within a second of BTCC pace. 750 Formula is believed by many to be the ultimate longstanding incarnation of low cost circuit racing.
Contact: Giles Groombridge
Telephone: 01332 814548
Average incident repair costs: £100
Set of tyres:£50-600
Race Entry round fee:Between £275 and £330 for double-header meetings (depending on circuit).
Club fees:£20 Membership to 750 Motor Club, £120 registration fee