Race Championships Set for Cadwell Park

Three of the MGCC race championships are looking forward to their fourth race meeting of the year at Cadwell Park on 30th July. 

In the MG Trophy Tylor Ballard will be hoping to maintain his place at the top of the points table and in the Midget & Sprite Challenge Barney Collinson will be intent on outscoring his rivals to extend his slender championship lead.

Tylor Ballard currently tops the MG Trophy points table

In the MG Cup Ian Boulton has a 12 point advantage over 2nd placed Ashley Woodward who will be hoping to capitalise on Boulton’s absence from the meeting and climb to the top of the table. However, Chris Boulton may have different ideas and be out to gain an advantage while his cousin, Ian, is away.

Ian Boulton misses Cadwell. Can his challengers capitalise on his absence?

The Midget & Sprite Club is 40 years old this year and will be attending the meeting as part of its celebrations. The forty or so members who are expected to attend will have a dedicated display area in the paddock and a track parade is planned for them during the lunch break.

Barry Collinson will be hoping to extend his lead in the Midget & Sprite Challenge

Local MG dealer, Charles Warner of Lincoln who are sponsoring the MG Trophy races, will also have a display in the paddock and will be hoping that the all new MG4 EV will be a popular attraction. If you are in the market for a new MG don’t forget there are discounts available through the MG Motor UK Affinity Scheme. 

Talking of discounts, the MG Car Club has arranged 20% off the entry ticket prices for this meeting. To take advantage just book your tickets at https://www.cadwellpark.co.uk/2023/july/mg-car-club and enter the code MGCC23.

We will be welcoming guests from The Morgan Challenge to the meeting. Like the MGCC racers, they have a 20 minute qualifying session and two 20 minute races scheduled during the day. The track action will start with two 20 minute test sessions to allow drivers to check out their cars and familiarise themselves with the circuit before they get down to the serious business of qualifying for the races.

We hope you will come along and enjoy the spectacle of car racing at the Mini Nurburgring, as Cadwell Park has been nicknamed, in this 100th year of MG.