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Old 6 Jan 2013, 15:43 (Ref:3185573)   #16
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have realised a made a type in my last post, this bit should have read

"For the purpose of fair comparison i've chose to ignore *the fact that some* championships/series place yearly limits on the amount of entrants, e.g BTCC, next year BRDC F4 *and I have still included them in the chart*"

Thanks for the pointing out of errors, unfortunately I can't edit the chart, so have taken note of any errors and make sure things are correct the 2012-2013 edition.

For Monoposto, there's no sign of an overall Monoposto championship winner or classification on the website, so the rule about them being listed separately is applyed, to be clearer in the future I will list them as "Monoposto 1800 (inc. 1600, Moto)*" and "Monoposto 2000 (inc. Classic)*" (inc = including)

Monoposto 1800 is pretty well placed, 8th best single seater championship/series currently

I have changed the club for MGOC to BARC in my draft chart for 2013, in checking this I realised i have made a mistake.. positions 28 and 46 in the chart above are both MGOC, the position/percentage for 2012 doesn't change but it did infact move up 35 positions not 15, as the 2011 average was 66.62%

Equipe GTS 2011 was 61.65%, the overall average would be higher if it wasn't for the Silverstone GP meeting, which was 39.66% individually, two other Equipe GTS events scored around 70%

I will list the RAFMSA under RAF for 'club' going forward, people definitley shouldnt use the grid sizes alone to decide what to go to, Mini Miglia / Mini Se7en for example are fantastically entertaining, but dont have high capacity grids

The Caterham Academy is an interesting one as I think its going to be the exception to the rule, I cant find definitive info on their website, but it would seem that they have so many entrants that they have split them into two distinct groups for the whole year.

However from my understanding they are exactly the same cars, same rules etc, so effectively (despite there being 2 champions) it's one championship where they've gone a different route than the usual A,B,C format when there are two many entrants for them all to be in one race

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Old 6 Jan 2013, 16:17 (Ref:3185584)   #17
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For 2013 CSCC has changed the "Deutsche Marque" series to "Modern Classics" to recognise that that Series was one its less well supported ones, and to open out the Series to a wider range of sports, saloons and GTs from many other marques and originating countries.The 40 min race series will now be open to cars that had hitherto not been catered for in most CSCC series such as post 1990 cars and bigger engined or turbocharged saloons etc etc and, to have classes based on different capacity breaks to "Future Classics" to encourage cars out to play with us that may not have been competitive in the FC classes such as 2.5 litre 944s or Vauxhall Vectra Challenge cars or MX5s etc.
Just what we expect from that club. Willing to try new things and then modify as necessary to put on good racing.

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Old 17 Jan 2013, 15:26 (Ref:3190614)   #18
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Incredible piece of work.

Did you not include "non" championship series such as the MR2 Mk1 series run by Red Dragon. We race at CSCC etc meeting but hire track time and are not "officially" recognised by RACMSA (i believe)

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Old 18 Jan 2013, 16:43 (Ref:3191160)   #19
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thank you

all championships or series that fit the criteria in the blurb are included, the red dragon mk1 mr2s included in the chart, currently placed 66th
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Old 18 Jan 2013, 21:13 (Ref:3191257)   #20
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Hi
many apologies - i just must have missed it!
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Old 21 Jan 2013, 11:35 (Ref:3192154)   #21
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Lol, so only MSA motorsport then eh, no other motorsport could possibly exist!
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Lol, so only MSA motorsport then eh, no other motorsport could possibly exist!

A bit harsh dear chap im also involved in Autograss racing but dont feel it should be involved in the list . I have spoken to people in Autograss and they are looking at doing the same sort of list . This chart happens to be for MSA championships if you want another have a go at doing it yourself .The amount of work that has gone into this should be praised no knocked i agree we all have the right to our views but constructive comment would be better.It has been useful for me with the Classic Formula Fords to be awear of were we fit in and has given me a target for the 2013 season. Can i just add dont forget to wave and thank the marshals on your slowing down lap without them we cant play .

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Not a problem

Was just providing my usual service!

I have no quarrel with whats been done, doesnt interest me in the slightest, I clicked on it coz it said "motorsport". I kind of knew other motorsport would not feature, it usually doesnt, but the term motorsport covers everything.

My only comment would be to call it something like circuit racing, as motorsport covers everything from autocross, the motocross, speedway and drag racing.

Anyway, to the originator, bat on sir!
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Old 11 Mar 2013, 18:09 (Ref:3217143)   #24
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Congratulations

Lazaro,

I just got pointed towards your work whilst browsing a historic racing today thread.

I think it is brilliant and you are to be congratulated for your effort. I really don't know if anyone else does this sort of analysis. Someone else will know, but I think that when the 'MSA championship committee' does its review it looks at the less powerful raw average entries rather than your measure which is 'percentage grid fill'.

Personally I think all clubs and championships should look at it your way because it is a very striking way of measuring the economic efficiency of a championship. On the whole a championship with a high grid fill ought to; 1) Be able to offer competitors lower entry fees and 2) Is more likely to be sustainable in the long term and 3) Be more fun for competitors, marshals and spectators.

I have two questions about the methodology when it comes to using the data to support the thought of 'most popular'.

Using the metric of percentage grid fill it gives an advantage to any series that runs on 'smaller' tracks. So a poorly supported series could run all its races at Lydden and score well. Another way of looking at this is that a 'popular' series on this basis would immediately become 'unpopular' if it replaced a Lydden round with one on the Silverstone GP circuit.

Secondly, I may have misunderstood the way you have dealt with championships that are so successful that they have to put on an additional race to 'soak up the demand', but I think that you limit the impact of this to '100%'. This may suppress the true success of some championships right at the top of your chart. A not so hypothetical example would be a race on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit where you can start 54 cars. A race with 68 entries gets split in two. Your method allocates it 100% whereas a true measure of 'popularity' ie; how many people wanted to race would give it 126% (68/54) and push it up your league table.

I may have got that wrong. Shoot me down if I have. I run the risk of collecting 'nerd of the year'. However, with those caveats your work is great and I would have thought it ought to be picked up by Motor Sport News or Autosport as part of their season reviews. Have you sent it to them?

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Well put Chris . I see Historic Formula Fords have a full grid at Donington this weekend and Classic Formula Ford heading the same way North west always have two grids and James Becketts/MSVR looks good. kent engined Formula Fords should be near the top at the end of the season .
Have a great seasons racing ,play safe and dont forget to wave a thanks to the marshals on the in lap .

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Old 12 Mar 2013, 10:14 (Ref:3217420)   #26
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Thanks, yes thinking about it the series higher up the chart should be able to offer lower entry fees, but some clubs average out the entry fees across all the races happening that day/weekend, which seems a bit unfair, as you would basically being subsidising someone elses racing. Good that the chart can be used for different levels of interest.

You are right about events being run on the longer tracks having quiet an impact on the average for the year, but 15 or 20 cars rattling around a long track like Snetterton 300 or Silverstone Arena GP layouts are generally a bit boring for spectators as thereís long waits whilst you wait for the field to come round. Other than Semsec I canít think of a series/championship which races primarily on short tracks.

It will be interesting to see how the BTCC and British GTs jump up the chart this year since it would seem they're going to have lots more entrys this year.

I havenít sent it to Motorsport News or Autosport, if they are reading this, they're free to use the info, although they'd probably want to PM me, since there are a few errors in the 2011 to 2012 chart posted here.

You are right about the championships being capped at 100% not really being fair, if I work it out on the complete number of qualifiers this will give a better indication, and also will give a way to differentiate the 100% championships, so I can still compare the figures to 2012, I will add an extra column and include a secondary percentage figure for any championship which has split grids during the year, thereís not many of them, so not too much more work.

Come Monday I will be pluming figures into the new version of the chart, Iíve checked that the 2012 grid capacities are still correct for 2013, the only one that has changed was the historic Silverstone GP layout (D), which is odd because I didnít think it could be used anymore anyway.
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Iíve checked that the 2012 grid capacities are still correct for 2013, the only one that has changed was the historic Silverstone GP layout (D), which is odd because I didnít think it could be used anymore anyway.
The 'current' Historic Grand Prix circuit constitutes the Arena circuit, but with the Club chicane bypassed as opposed to any previous iterations that used Bridge corner.
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Old 29 Dec 2013, 10:49 (Ref:3348538)   #28
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2013 Edition of the 'Top 100' Motorsport Championships

here's the updated chart,

Key
Pos 2013 = Position in Chart 2013
% 2013 = Percentage 2013
Pos Diff = Difference in chart positions from 2012 to 2013
% Diff = Percentage Difference 2012 to 2013

Pos 2013 Club Championship/Series % 2013 Pos Diff % Diff
1 BRSCC Caterham Academy* 100.00% +1 0.00%
2 750MC Locost 98.03% +5 5.64%
3 HSCC Guards Trophy 97.88% 0 1.40%
4 750MC BMW Compact Cup* 95.52% +49 26.88%
5 HSCC Under 2 Litre Historic Touring Cars 93.10% +1 -0.15%
6 BRSCC Ma5da MX5 (Mk1) 91.27% -5 -8.73%
7 CSCC Swinging Sixties* 89.56% -2 -5.21%
8 MSVR MSVT Trackday Trophy 88.89% -4 -5.89%
9 BARC (QMN) Saloons* 87.01% +35 16.37%
10 BRSCC Caterham Roadsports* 86.15% +138 40.51%
11 BARC Kumho BMW 84.89% +13 5.63%
12 750MC MR2 83.36% +3 0.64%
13 750MC RGB 82.71% +5 2.08%
14 FJHRA FJHRA Formula Junior UK* 82.58% -5 -4.41%
15 BARC Caterham Graduates (Super)* 82.20% +47 14.78%
16 HSCC Historic Formula Ford 81.48% 0 -0.75%
17 MSVR MSVT Team Trophy 81.46% +13 6.26%
18 BRSCC Caterham Supersport* 81.43% +11 6.09%
19 750MC Sports Racing & GT* 80.69% +65 18.97%
20 BRSCC British GT 80.38% +60 18.04%
21 BARC (Cannons) Tin Tops* 79.91% +62 18.12%
22 MSVR Production BMW 79.82% -10 -4.23%
23 RDRTC Nippon Challenge* 78.99% +19 7.40%
24 CSCC Magnificent Sevens 78.48% -2 -1.40%
25 MSVR Project 8 Racing Saloons 78.41% +48 14.56%
26 HRDC Allstars (prev. TC63, GT Greats, MGB50*) 78.28% +56 16.24%
27 HRDC Touring Greats* 77.89% -6 -2.53%
28 MSVR Lotus Cup UK 77.40% -2 0.02%
29 MRL Woodcote Trophy 77.18% +14 6.47%
30 BARC Caterham Graduates (Sigma)* 76.47% +2 1.73%
31 SRCC Sports 2000 Pinto* 76.40% +28 8.48%
32 BRSCC Ford Fiesta (ST Mk5) Championship - Class C* 76.26% +37 11.05%
33 VSCC Standard and Modified Pre War Sports Cars 76.18% +81 20.91%
34 MMC Aero Racing Morgan Challenge 75.87% +1 1.70%
35 SMRC Mini Cooper 75.82% +3 2.85%
36 RDRTC MR2 Racing Series (Mk1s) / Hyundai Coupe Cup* 74.87% +29 8.13%
37 SRCC Sports 2000 Endurance* 73.84% +100 23.74%
38 RDRTC French Trophy* 73.72% N/A N/A
39 MSVR VAG Trophy 73.51% +35 9.98%
40 750MC Sports Specials* 73.49% -4 -0.31%
41 AMOC AMOC 50s Sports Cars (inc. JEC XK Challenge) 73.46% +91 21.78%
42 SRCC Sports 2000 Duratec* 72.48% +35 9.76%
43 CSCC Future Classics* 71.85% -26 -10.32%
44 MSVR Radical SR1 Cup 71.62% N/A N/A
45 BARC MG Owners Club* 71.25% -17 -4.21%
46 SRCC Sports 2000 Historic* 71.24% +13 3.32%
47 MSVR Monoposto 2000 (inc. Classic)* 71.09% +82 18.92%
48 BRSCC Porsche Championship (PRDA) 71.04% +7 2.54%
49 AMOC Intermarque 70.43% +67 15.47%
50 BARC British Touring Car 70.39% +46 11.20%
51 SMRC Legends Cars 69.79% +24 6.28%
52 BARC NW Sports and Saloon Car Challenge 69.77% -41 -15.15%
53 HSCC Historic Formula 2 69.49% +14 3.51%
54 MSVR Radical Clubmans Cup 69.38% -3 0.35%
55 BRSCC Fun Cup 68.99% +6 1.54%
56 500OA 500cc Formula 3 Owners Association 68.78% +115 30.28%
57 CSCC Tin Tops 68.20% -32 -9.77%
58 MSVR Monoposto 1800 (inc. 1600, Moto)* 68.16% -8 -1.26%
59 AMOC Equipe GTS 67.99% +66 14.71%
60 MSVR Mini Challenge 67.84% +76 17.43%
61 SMRC BMW Compact Cup / Mazda MX5 Cup* 67.50% N/A N/A
62 MGCC Ecurie GTS 67.42% +26 6.57%
63 MGCC MG Metro* 67.41% -16 -2.61%
64 BRSCC Porsche Club Motorsport Championship 67.37% -6 -0.64%
65 750MC Stock Hatch (incl Clio 182 Class) 67.19% -46 -13.37%
66 SMRC Saloon and Sports Cars* 67.19% +83 22.19%
67 HSCC Historic Touring Cars* 67.11% -53 -16.03%
68 Masters 70s Celebration (with HTCC) 67.07% +101 28.16%
69 FJHRA FJHRA Front Engined Series 67.05% -21 -2.94%
70 750MC Formula Vee 66.93% -62 -22.23%
71 DDMC Northern Sports & Saloon Car 66.51% -61 -19.50%
72 BRSCC Volkswagen Racing Cup 66.06% -27 -4.40%
73 HSCC Historic Road Sports* 66.06% +6 3.54%
74 MGCC BCV8* 65.65% -35 -6.92%
75 BARC Caterham Graduate (Sigmax)* 65.52% N/A N/A
76 BARC Legend Cars 65.51% -39 -8.29%
77 BARC Caterham Graduates (Classic)* 64.89% +49 11.66%
78 CCRC Formula Ford 1600 64.52% -29 -5.44%
79 HSCC Historic Formula 3 64.19% +19 5.57%
80 MRSCC Ma5da MX5 Series* (MK1, MK2, MX150R) 64.18% N/A N/A
81 MSVR Golf GTI (Mk2) 64.07% -11 -0.88%
82 BARC Clio UK Cup 63.93% -6 1.18%
83 VSCC 1950s Sports Racing Cars* 63.62% -52 -11.38%
84 M7RC Mini Se7en* 63.32% +33 8.39%
85 CCRC Saloon Car 63.24% -52 -11.42%
86 MGCC Cockshoot Cup* 62.98% -40 -7.13%
87 BARC MaX 5 (Mazda MX5) 62.76% +71 20.84%
88 JEC JEC Saloons & GT (XJS / Saloons)* 62.72% +24 7.35%
89 HSCC Classic Racing Cars 62.63% -33 -5.85%
90 VSCC Pre War Sports Cars* 62.42% +37 9.52%
91 MGCC MG Trophy* 62.19% +27 7.57%
92 BARC 2CV 62.12% -58 -12.47%
93 HSCC 70s Road Sports* 61.85% +9 5.45%
94 BARC Smart 4 Two Cup* 61.84% +87 27.67%
95 BRSCC Formula Ford 1600 Northern - Pre 90 61.46% -29 -4.74%
96 BARC Caterham Graduates (Mega)* 61.39% -11 -0.31%
97 MGCC Thoroughbred Sportcar* 61.15% +34 9.45%
98 BARC Ginetta GT5 Challenge 60.67% -12 -1.01%
99 750MC 750MC Roadsports Endurance* 60.66% +61 19.77%
100 MGCC Iconic 50s Sports Cars* 60.34% -73 -15.87%
101 BRSCC Alfa Romeo Championship* 60.10% +20 6.23%
102 750MC Bike Sports 60.03% +7 4.49%
103 MGCC MG Challenge (Peter Best)* 59.97% -40 -7.36%
104 MGCC MG Midget & Sprite* 59.94% -47 -8.32%
105 750MC Classic Stock Hatch 59.74% -24 -2.40%
106 HSCC Historic Formula Ford 2000* 59.21% -9 0.56%
107 BRSCC Mighty Minis* 58.98% -47 -8.56%
108 MSVR Lotus Elise Trophy 58.84% -8 0.31%
109 CSCC Modern Classics (prev. Deutsche Marque)* 58.81% +29 9.01%
110 VSCC Special Pre War Sports Cars* 57.88% +78 26.95%
111 750MC 750 Formula 57.14% -5 1.15%
112 HVRA HVRA V8 Challenge 56.46% -11 -2.03%
113 BARC Classic Clubmans* 56.42% +29 8.11%
114 FISCAR Fiscar Historic 50s Intermarque 56.09% -6 0.19%
115 BARC Classic Formula Ford 1600 56.01% -16 -2.59%
116 SMRC Fiesta 55.72% +17 4.51%
117 BARC Ginetta Junior 55.04% +60 18.79%
118 BARC Intermarque League* 54.70% -46 -9.53%
119 BARC BARC Formula Renault 54.60% -99 -25.89%
120 WRDA Welsh Sports Car & Saloon Championship 54.30% -56 -12.89%
121 MSVR BRDC Formula 4 54.21% N/A N/A
122 HSCC Derek Bell Trophy* 54.13% +1 0.61%
123 BARC Clubmans Cup* 54.10% +5 1.36%
124 BARC Ginetta GT Supercup 53.88% +27 9.30%
125 BRSCC TVR Challenge 52.61% +28 9.39%
126 MSVR Champion of Brands 52.30% -36 -8.34%
127 MSVR GT Cup 52.00% +69 26.28%
128 750MC 750 Trophy 51.45% +13 2.91%
129 BRSCC Caterham Superlight R300 51.41% -42 -9.88%
130 BRSCC Formula Ford 1600 (Triple Crown) 50.79% -15 -4.37%
131 BRSCC Production Golf Gti (Mk2) 50.77% +16 4.21%
132 BRSCC Ford XR Challenge 50.27% +2 -0.74%
133 AMOC Pre War Sports Cars 49.76% +54 17.99%
134 BARC Blue Oval Saloons* 49.70% -56 -13.01%
135 BARC Pre 93 Touring Car* 49.43% -40 -9.78%
136 AMOC Ferrari Formula Classic 48.84% +4 0.05%
137 BARC Britcar Production Cup* 48.82% -26 -6.60%
138 JEC Sports Car vs Saloon Car Challenge* 48.27% -3 -2.35%
139 MSVR Radical SR3 Challenge (UK Cup) 48.10% -47 -11.83%
140 BRSCC Euro Saloons & Sportscars (with Saker) 48.09% -49 -11.89%
141 SMRC Classic Sports and Saloons 47.91% -73 -17.30%
142 HSCC Martini Trophy 46.55% -32 -8.95%
143 BARC Pickup Truck Racing 46.23% +3 -0.39%
144 BRSCC Formula Ford 1600 Northern - Post 89 46.18% +26 7.46%
145 HSCC E type Challenge 45.51% -51 -13.76%
146 JEC JEC Powered by Jaguar Series* 45.49% -26 -8.62%
147 CRC Civic Cup 44.86% +39 12.74%
148 BRSCC Open / Production Sportscar Series (OSS)* 44.53% +34 10.44%
149 HSCC Classic Formula 3* 44.48% -46 -11.77%
150 BRSCC Caterham Tracksport 44.32% -98 -24.47%
151 CCRC Sports & GT 43.93% -27 -9.43%
152 BARC Pre 2005 Production Touring Car Series* 43.00% N/A N/A
153 SEMSEC Saloon & Sports Car 42.81% -49 -13.35%
154 VSCC Front*Engined*Pre 1961 Racing Cars* 42.45% +40 16.20%
155 BRSCC Formula Jedi 42.31% +13 3.35%
156 BARC Britcar Production Sportscar Series* 41.73% N/A N/A
157 BARC Classic Formula Ford 2000 41.17% 0 -1.36%
158 CSCC Special Saloons 41.07% +9 1.78%
159 M7RC Mini Miglia* 40.94% -3 -1.76%
160 BRSCC Super Mighty Minis* 40.92% -6 -2.14%
161 SMRC Formula Ford 40.82% -2 -0.85%
162 SEMSEC Sports Racing & Kit Car 40.24% -1 -0.04%
163 HSCC Group C Sportscars 40.00% -20 -7.83%
164 RAF RAF MSA Challenge* 39.69% -123 -31.94%
165 VSCC Vintage Racing Cars* 39.06% +27 9.92%
166 HSCC Super Touring Car Trophy 39.03% N/A N/A
167 BARC British Truck Racing 38.58% +7 1.02%
168 BRSCC Ford Fiesta Championship - Class A,B & D* 38.30% -29 -10.62%
169 BARC Classic Thunder* 37.46% -80 -23.38%
170 BARC Clio Cup Series 37.34% N/A N/A
171 MSVR Radical Feature Race 36.50% N/A N/A
172 MSVR F3 Cup* 36.48% -67 -19.56%
173 BARC Classic Saloon & Historic Touring (Pre 66) 36.09% -8 -3.49%
174 BARC British F3 36.01% -12 -3.72%
175 BARC Pre 83 Touring Car (prev. Post Hist, Group 1) 35.99% -2 -1.88%
176 BARC Britcar British Endurance* 35.62% -57 -18.92%
177 AMOC Aston Martin GT4 Challenge* 35.05% +7 1.56%
178 AMOC Ferrari Formula Open 34.90% -2 -1.79%
179 BRSCC Formula Ford GB 34.23% -7 -3.84%
180 SEMSEC John Taylor Handicap* 31.75% +5 -0.39%
181 BRSCC Mazda MX5 Supercup (Mk3) 28.96% -36 -18.45%
182 KMSC Modified Sports & Saloon Cars 28.57% -7 -8.93%
183 BARC Production Touring Car / Honda VTEC* 27.78% -4 -7.66%
184 BARC Porsche Carrera GB 27.72% -40 -19.86%
185 BARC Saxmax 25.94% +16 4.18%
186 BRSCC Ford Fiesta Junior 25.50% +14 3.44%
187 BARC Pre 90 Formula Ford 24.11% +6 -4.25%
188 MSVR Atom Cup 23.32% N/A N/A
189 BRSCC Pre 91 Alfa Romeo Trophy 22.22% N/A N/A
190 KMSC Classic Saloons & Sports Cars 21.88% -24 -17.70%
191 SEMSEC South East Challenge* 21.43% -1 -8.73%
192 BARC Porsche GT3 GB 18.24% +10 -2.92%
193 SEMSEC Open Single Seater* 14.29% +5 -10.23%
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2013 Best Championships / Series
No 1 Overall - Caterham Academy* (BRSCC)
Single Seater - FJHRA Formula Junior UK* (FJHRA)
Tin Top - BMW Compact Cup* (750MC)
Sportscar & GT - Caterham Academy* (BRSCC)
Sprint Racing - Caterham Academy* (BRSCC)
Endurance - Guards Trophy (HSCC)
Classic / Historic - Guards Trophy (HSCC)
Highest New Entry - Radical SR1 Cup (MSVR)
Overall Average Grid Capacity - 58.83% (193 Championships or Series)

2012 to 2013 Biggest Improvers (Top 5)
Caterham Roadsports* (BRSCC) - Up 40.51%, 148th to 10th
500cc Formula 3 Owners Association (500OA) - Up 30.38%, 171st to 56th
70S Celebration (Masters) - Up 28.16%, 169th to 68th
Smart 4 Two Cup* (BARC) - Up 27.67%, 181st to 94th
Special Pre War Sports Cars* (VSCC) - Up 26.95%, 188th to 110th

2012 to 2013 Biggest Drops (Top 5)
RAF MSA Challenge* (RAF) - Down 31.94%, 41st to 164th
BARC Formula Renault (BARC) - Down 25.89%, 20th to 119th
Caterham Tracksport (BRSCC) - Down 24.47%, 52nd to 150th
Classic Thunder (BARC) - Down 23.38%, 89th to 169th
Formula Vee (750MC) - Down 22.23%, 8th to 70th

100% Plus Ratings
If a championship has to split grids through having a large entry list, then they score 100% for that event, but the event rating is 'capped' at 100%, when it could have been 120%. The below figures are averages, and where split grids have occurred then the event rating used would be based on the total amount of qualifiers.
Caterham Academy (BRSCC) - 140.48%
Guards Trophy (HSCC) - 114.97%
Locost (750MC) - 112.16%
Swinging Sixties (CSCC) - 102.79%
BMW Compact Cup* (750MC) - 102.03%

Club Acronym Explanations (additional)
500OA - 500CC Owners Club
CRC - Civic Racing Club
FISCAR - FIfties Sports CAr Racing
FJHRA - Formula Junior Historic Racing Association
HVRA - Historic Vehicles Racing Association
Motor Racing Legends - MRL
MRSCC - Motor Racing Sports Car Club
RAF - Royal Air Force
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As ever, an interesting list. By my reckoning the most successful new series was the BRSCC Mazda Championship. Whilst the BRSCC ran a Mk. 1 championship in 2012, this was merged into the Ma5da Challenge. The BRSCC then started a new championship for Mk 1s (and the Supercup for Mk. IIIs).
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