Caterham Motorsport Calendar Announced for 2016

Caterham Motorsport has announced the calendars for its five domestic race championships for the 2016 season. The calendar takes in the entry-level Caterham Academy, which enters its 22nd season next year, as well as the hugely competitive, single-make series for Roadsport, Tracksport, Supersport and Superlight R300-S models.

Caterham Motorsport calendar released

The Academy again features two sprints – at Aintree and Curborough – and five circuit races, joining forces with the other Caterham categories for the final four meetings at Snetterton, Oulton Park, Croft and Donington Park.

Meanwhile, the non-Academy classes get trips to Anglesey as well as the traditional race abroad, this year at Zolder in Belgium. The R300-S field kicks off its season at the legendary Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit, supporting the prestigious British GT Championship.

The schedules for all categories have been carefully planned to include circuits that lend themselves perfectly to Caterham Seven racing, with the right mix of fast sections and tighter, more technical elements.

The full calendar is as follows:

Superlight R300-S Roadsport, Tracksport
& Supersport
Apr 9 Brands Hatch Indy
Apr 16 Brands Hatch GP
Apr 23 Aintree
Apr 30
May 7 Anglesey Anglesey
May 14
May 21 Curborough
May 28
Jun 4 Zolder Zolder
Jun 11 Rockingham
Jun 18
Jun 25
Jul 2
Jul 9
Jul 16 Snetterton 300 Snetterton 300 Snetterton 300
Jul 23
Jul 30
Aug 6
Aug 13 Oulton Park Oulton Park Oulton Park
Aug 20
Aug 27
Sept 3
Sept 10 Croft Croft Croft
Sept 17
Sept 24
Oct 1
Oct 8
Oct 15 Donington National Donington National Donington National

Caterham Seven racing has been a staple of the British domestic motor racing scene for decades and is acknowledged as producing some of the most spectacular racing in the world.

Caterham Motorsport calendar released - Academy

The Seven is now raced across the globe in many other domestic championships, including places as far-flung as Malaysia and Colombia. There is a thriving Caterham racing scene in France, where grid sizes regularly rival those in the UK.

Meanwhile, the Academy continues to be one of the most popular entry-level series in the world. Open only to complete novices, only drivers who have never before held a race license may enter. Since its inception in 1995, it has created more than 900 brand new racing drivers.

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