About Funcup:

The Funcup Endurance Championship was created by Franz Dubois, from Belgium, in 1997.

The Funcup Championship meetings are hugely followed in Europe, in countries such as France, Spain, Italy and Germany. Renowned for its competitiveness, it has been running in the UK for many years.

The pinical of the Funcup Championship is an annual meeting at the famous circuit at Spa Francorchamps, attracting over 130 cars on the grid for a 25 hour endurance race.  This is the championship that allows the twin seater cars to compete with passengers in a live race, providing exceptional marketing and sponsorship opportunities.

The race meetings in the UK are held between March and October, at tracks such as Silverstone, Oulton Park, Brands Hatch and Donington Park.  The Endurance races are between 3 and 6 hours each.

The Funcup Championship is one of the most cost effective options for high quality endurance racing, as the cost is split between the drivers, ranging from 2 to 6 per team and gives around eight times more racing than any other championship.

The UK Championship boasts between 25 and 30 cars per meeting, with an array of drivers, ranging from novice to the very highly experienced - ex touring car and professional racing drivers competing throughout the season, making this championship highly competitive.

Full televised coverage, with over 46 hours of Funcup racing on Motors TV and SKY Sports, together with massive social media coverage.

To qualify as a driver in the Funcup Championship, you need to be at least 16 years of age and hold a National B licence, although it is NOT necessary to hold a UK driving licence in order to take the ARDS test, or to compete.

Funcup Car Facts:

• Weight: 740k
• 1.8 Audi Power Plant
• Sealed components to ensure the cars are identical for equal performance
• Lightweight space frame chassis
• Mid engine configuration
• Sequential gear box
• Paddle shift system option
• Full on - board video and data analysis (for driver training)