Project 8 is the organising club for the GAZ Shocks Production BMW Championship and Toyo Tires Racing Saloons

The club was formed in 2008 by competitors who had successfully built grids to a point where buying time at race meetings, and sharing those costs between them, became a viable alternative to paying the costs necessarily associated with the main organising clubs.

Our first season proved the concept and provided far cheaper entry fees for the Project 8 Club members. With a unique form of race entry management and committed competitors, we were able to fill 97% of all available grid slots during the season.

  2009 brought a new partnership with MSVR (msvracing.co.uk) who provide the majority of our calendars, giving our drivers the opportunity to race at MSVR circuits, plus other great circuits such as Silverstone, Thruxton and Castle Combe.

With the commitment of our drivers, assistance from our sponsors and dedication of our committee we have been able to reduce entry fees to a level almost at 50% of what otherwise would have been paid.

Paddock socialising, camaraderie, help off-track and competitiveness on it, along with strict policing of regulations and driving standards demonstrate the club’s ethos. We look forward to meeting you at the tracks we are visiting this year and welcome any enquiries on info@p8r.co.uk

For Registration and Race Entries,
please click here

PBMWC.CO.UK
The GAZ Shocks Production BMW Championship is a one-make race series specifically designed to provide close, friendly and as much as possible cheap racing for any driver from beginner to advanced

2009 saw a return to Championship Status for the burgeoning BMW E30 four and six cylinder models.

Each year 60 plus registered competitors provide close, clean and exciting races.

Such is the enthusiasm for cost effective racing using value for money cars, that the championship
is getting more popular every year.

   
 

RACINGSALOONS.COM
For any car built in sufficient numbers prior to Jan 1st 1994, this series provides competitive class racing such that virtually any make of car can win. Uniquely, Class winners are awarded the same trophies and garlands as the overall winner, properly reflecting the results obtained by those racing in classes with less power available to them.

Catering for modified cars, 2008 was the first year for TTRS. Every year we welcome many new recruits due to close racing, policed driving standards, and class winning opportunity for drivers.

We will see cars as varied as the Sierra Cosworth, Mazda RX7, VW Corrado, Vento and Golf, Sunbeam Lotus, Vauxhall Astra and Corsa, Rover Tomcat, BMW M3 in E30 and E36 guise, BMW E30 325 and 327, Renault 5 Turbo, Ford Capri and Fiesta, Jaguar XJS and the Production BMW’s looking for another chance of securing a win in their own class among a capacity grid.