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Unlimited Banger World Cup – Drivers Information.

25th April 2024
Saturday 27th April –  Key Information

Pit gate will open at 1pm. Drivers must report to Racewall Reception to sign in. Please ensure you’re signed in before scrutineering.

Unlimited Banger Drivers must take part in the pre-race parade lap. This will be driver plus 1 mechanic only. Please ensure you both have overalls on.


Thanks to the generous sponsorship of R&M Injection Services Ltd and the promotion this year’s prize fund stands at an impressive £3000. The winner will walk away with £1250, with £750 for the runner-up and £500 for third place. Additionally, £250 each will be awarded for the best-presented car and the most entertaining driver. In a tribute to the late Scott Ramsay 70, the Racing for Ramsay Cup will be presented to the winner, honouring his enduring legacy in the Banger racing community.


Scruitneering will take place at your vehicle from 2pm. LOG BOOKS MUST be present at both scrutineering and signing in. A working fire extinguisher must be shown at scrutineering. 

Prize Money

As normal regular drivers will receive their prize/start monies at the next meeting attended. Travelling drivers should report Racewall Reception after the last race is finished to collect. Log books must be shown to collect. 


We would like to remind all drivers to park in the correct location to stop congestion in the pit area. Please ensure you arrive together should you wish to be parked together. This applies to allow formulas. 

Drivers Briefing

TBones – Any deliberate hits between the wheels on either side of the car are outlawed. Anyone who in the opinion of the meeting steward is guilty of this will face a minimum of a three month ban with no element of the ban allowed to be suspended. Any driver who in the opinion of the steward does this illegal move at high speed will face a much larger ban. Hits over the wheels are still allowed. Dangerous and/or irresponsible driving as deemed by the Steward will incur a minimum of three months ORCi ban. For avoidance of doubt, length of the straight T-bones is considered dangerous and/or irresponsible driving.

For further guidance, the following examples may also be considered as dangerous and/or irresponsible driving at the discretion of the Steward:

  • Attacking a car which has been stationary for what the Steward determines to be a significant 

length of time.

  • Attacking a car which is clearly already crippled