Production GTI was born out passion for Motorsport and a drive to ensure that the racing is clean, fair and all cars are equal regardless of budget.
Run by a racer for the racers, the emphasis and goal is to ensure that the the best financial deal achieved for all competitors whilst ensuring maximum time on track with at least amount of time away from home.
The MK2 Golf GTI, now a true Iconic legend, is still proving to be one of the most popular race cars for drivers to race, seeing grids of over 30 cars throughout 2015.
The introduction of a dedicated series for the MK5 Golf GTI in 2015 gathered huge interest amongst the racing fraternity and after a successful launch year with numbers growing at each round, it will become as successful as the MK2s in the next few years.
The desire for more power is inbuilt into race car drivers and the MK5 platform provides that perfect stepping stone from the MK2’s. Even if you are after close, clean racing on a budget then Production GTI is the perfect platform to get your kicks, be it in the historic but still reliable MK2 or more modern but quicker MK5 Golf GTI.
Contact: Rob Sadler
Telephone: 07872 045061
2015 saw Production GTI launch the all new MK5 Golf GTI Series. Based upon the same successful platform as the MK2 recipe, you can choose between 3 or 5 door and manual or DSG cars. Limited modifications and maintaining the Production based ethos, keeps the costs down and the thrills high. The Volkswagen Golf GTI MK5 is one of the best GTI’ to roll of the VW production line since the MK2’s back in the 1980’s.
As a standard road car they are fantastic, once you add race suspension, a fruity exhaust and a custom remap to 260BHP, then these cars turn into a serious race weapon.
With driving standards and technical scrutineering policed to highest levels, Production GTI is fast becoming the choice of many club racers and VW enthusiasts alike to get their race thrills.
2016 is already looking like it will continue where 2015 left off with plenty of new car builds taking place over winter and expected grids of late teens, early twenties.
Average incident repair costs: £300
Set of tyres:£545
Race Entry round fee:£350