Spa - Reserve Your Place
We are now in a position to reserve entries from members of the Monoposto Club for a non-championship meeting at Spa on 2/3/4 July 2010.
This meeting being organised by Roadbook (www.roadbook.be).
Monoposto Racing Club has been invited to take part in this meeting, with cars eligible for all Monoposto classes sharing the track with FF Zetec cars from the French TOP organisation. There will be two 25 minute sessions for qualifying, and two 25 minute races. The first qualifying session will be on Friday 2 July and last race on Sunday 4 July; this race will be scheduled in the morning to enable competitors to return to the UK on Sunday. Races will have a rolling start.
Entry, Sign-On, Qualifying and Racing will be arranged so that two drivers can share the same car if they wish (one driver in each Qualifying/Race), or a driver/car can participate in only one qualifying session and one race. The entry fee for two quals/two races will be £475. For two drivers sharing one car the total entry fee will be £480. For one driver entering a single qual & race the entry fee will be £240 – note these single entries will have a low reservation priority – see below. As there is a very high level of interest in taking part and we only have access to part of the grid capacity, competitors who wish to be sure of a place should reserve this by sending a cheque for their entry fee made out to “Monoposto Racing Club” as soon as possible to Tony Cotton at the address below (this is because I am in the US at the moment).
Entries will be reserved in order of receipt of entry fee cheque in the
following priority order:
Reserving an entry place does not mean that your entry has been formally accepted, as official entry fees are not yet available, but when this is the case paid up entries will be accepted in order of reservation priority. You should not incur any costs such as ferry bookings until your entry is formally accepted. Official entry forms will be issued as soon as possible. Entry fees are not refundable if you do not compete in the event. However you can transfer your entry to another eligible competitor & car if you wish, provided you inform us before the final closing date for entries (which will be 21 days before the event).
Please note that you will need at least a UK National A licence to compete in this meeting. Your car and race clothing will need to comply with FIA regulations, which in some cases differ from UK MSA requirements.
This is a great opportunity to race on one of the world’s truly classic Grand Prix circuits. It is also fantastic value for money – the cost per minute is less than Mallory!
Tony Cotton's home address is given in the yearbook or he will provide it by return if you email him by clicking here. (Unfortunately we are advised that putting home addresses on a public website is not recommended.) You may also write care of Tony's employer, although home adress is preferred:
The iconic Eau Rouge
The iconic La Source
The 2008 grid