The Magnificent Sevens race series will be
run to sporting regulations as laid out by the Classic Sports Car
Club. It is a series for all Caterham / Lotus Seven type cars such
as Westfields, Dax, Tigers, Strykers and Locosts, as deemed acceptable
by the Classic Sport Car Club Magnificent Seven race coordinator
and Classic Sports Car Club officials.
Following the standard CSCC series format the races are run over
forty minutes and include a mandatory pit-stop, so that two drivers
may share a car (and costs). Two drivers may enter as a team in
two cars in order to keep costs down even further for people who
don't want to do (and pay for) more than a 20 minute race or share
Run in six classes, based on engines size,
type and induction system everyone has a chance to come out on top.
Driving Standards will be strictly policed.
An outright race-winning driver will start
from the pit-lane when it next enters a race. This penalty will
only be applied for one race or until that person wins another race
outright. If the winner is unable to compete in the following race
then when they will start from the pit lane behind the last race
winner(s) next time they race, in date order.
Class winners do not receive any winner’s
We welcome queries about eligibility of cars intending to race in
I am pleased to announce that the series sponsor
of previous years Gold Arts, has offered the series sponsorship
for the 2013 season. I would like to take this opportunity to thank
both Gold Arts and the competitors for their continuing support
for The CSCC’s Gold Arts Magnificent Seven race series.
CSCC’s Magnificent Sevens Driver's Representative.
Due to the superb support shown for the CSCC’s
Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens race series over the last five seasons
and the success of the split grids at Donington in 2012, the CSCC
will again split the grids at their meeting at Cadwell Park on the
29 June 2013.
In the same way as at Donington in 2012, they
will be split with classes A, E and F competing in one and the remaining
classes in the other race. All Seven-type cars that are eligible
to compete in the Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens race series will
be welcome to enter the appropriate race for their car and enjoy
the fun packed, close racing in each class.
In the 2014 season, the Gold Arts Magnificent
Sevens grids will be split into two grids as detailed above where
possible. On behalf of the CSCC I would like to thank all registered
competitors and the series sponsors for their continuing support
for this very enjoyable race series.
CSCC’s Gold Arts Magnificent Sevens Drivers Representative.