Might Minis Championship
Showcasing one of the most iconic cars to come out of Britain, the Mighty Minis Championship is synonymous for producing blockbuster, wheel-to-wheel thrills and spills – often with cars going three or four abreast.
Launched in 1996, the championship joined the British Automobile Racing Club ranks in 2016 and has continued to go from strength-to-strength ever since.
Running two classes, Mighty Mini and Super Mighty Mini, the only difference between the two is the level of power produced by the car, with more being found in the Super Mighty Mini class.
Recently the championship has opened the door for a new Carburetor category, which will be titled Class C. Mirroring the Mighty Mini class, the only difference that the cars competing in the new class will have is running a carburettor and distributor rather than an injection system and ECU.