This championship is administered by:
The Ford Saloon Car Challenge was introduced in 1990 to cater for the growing numbers of Ford Saloon Car competitors who wished to just race against other Ford racing saloon cars. Hugely popular with spectators and competitors alike, the championship sees more modern Escort and Sierra Cosworths battling on strong terms with the older but just as quick Mark 2 Escort RS 2000s.
It is a six class structure with Classes A,B and C for modified cars. Class D and E will only be for Ford cars conforming to Group N Homologation with an engine capacity between 1650cc and 2100cc (Class D) and up to 1650cc for Class E. Class F will apply to any vehicle entered as an experimental or development car by or on behalf of or in connection with Ford Motor Company Limited and such a vehicle or vehicles will compete on merit and shall be liable for championship points in that class. Class F will comply with the FIA regulations for saloon cars.
Eligible competitors must be fully paid up racing members of the BRSCC, be registered for the championship and be in possession of a valid National B MSA Competition Licence.
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