M.G.Car Club

Welcome to the BCV8 Championship

Rounds 9 & 10 Oulton Park Int  1st Sept

Class D     9 - Russ McCarthy  - 10 - Neil Fowler

    Class C     9 - Ollie Neaves  - 10 Andy Young

         Class B     9 & 10 Ben Tovey 

            Class AB     9 & 10 Simon Tinkler


                                                                                                               (Full points table under '2018' above)


              ROUNDS  10 & 11   Last rounds of the Season 6th October Snetterton 300
Entry Forms for this round on '2018'  - enter with 750MC

Top Three Class POINTS to Oulton Park

Class AB  1st Simon Tinkler 87,  2nd James Walpole 78, 3rd Ron Watt 61
Class B  1st Ben Tovey 77,  2nd Steve McKie  71,  3rd Simon Cripps 62
Class C  1st Andy Young 94, 2nd Ollie Neave 89, 3rd Joint Jim Bryan/Oliver Wardle  50
Class D   1st Neil Fowler  90, 2nd Russ McCarthy  78,  3rd Rob Spencer  77
Overall with two rounds to go...
Andy Young   94      Neil Fowler 90    Ollie Neaves  89

2018 Calendar

7th April      Silverstone National      SH MGCC

28/29 April   Brands Hatch Indy       DH MGCC

2/3 June        Silverstone GP               DH MGCC

14/15 July     Donington                      SH MGCC

18th August  Brands Hatch GP          SH 750MC

1/2nd Sept     Oulton Park                  DH MGCC

6/7th Oct       Snetterton 300              DH 750MC

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The MG Car Club's long established BCV8 Championship is the premier series for MGB and MGC racing, offering classes for the fully modified V8s to road going cars.

The BCV8 Championship has been one of the most successful Club based motor racing series and continues to thrive by providing close racing at a relatively low cost.

The Racing Regulations for the BCV8 Championship were drafted back in the middle of 1976 in the Old Ship at Mortlake opposite the finishing line of the annual Boat Race and the BCV8 Championship was born at the start of 1977.

The MGBV8 has played a major part in the spectator value of the BCV8 series and the powerful full-house machines have raised the performance game. However, the V8 has not eclipsed the 1800 and modified MGB racing is as close and exciting as ever.

Today the MGCC's BCV8 Championship has some of the closest racing you could wish to see and is as popular as ever, packed with MGB enthusiasts - not only the older members but most important younger competitors and their friends. The MGB is still an affordable sports car for club racing and the spares suppliers have created an availability of parts which is as good as ever.

Many drivers over the 40 plus years of the Championship have 'cut their teeth' in an MGB and owe their success and driving skills to racing with the  BCV8 Championship.   They give their thanks to the BCV8 Championship for having provided them with a way of entering and enjoying motor racing and learning the basic skills in a friendly and affordable club series.

Come and join us and find out in 2018.  Just fill out the Registration form found under "2018" and e mail or post it off to the Coordinator.