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2019 CGRC Members Questionnaire

Thanks for all the responses to date, if anyone still wishes to give feedback on the Club and their thoughts on next year, please note the questionnaire closes this Friday.

If for some reason you have not received the questionnaire (emailed on 17th August) please let me know.

Many thanks


Andrew Outterside on 28 August 2019 at 21:27Link

Croft - extra race for £20!

Fancy an extra race at Croft this weekend for £20...yes twenty pounds! 

BARC is turning the last race on Sunday into an “Allcomers” race. Anyone racing at Croft this weekend (apart from the Junior Saloons) can enter.

It’s a 15-minute race scheduled to start at 17.10 (our Championship race on Sunday is scheduled to finish at 14.45).

If you can’t race because of a mechanical issue earlier in the day you will get your £20 back.

If you want to take advantage of BARC’s offer please confirm by 18.00 tomorrow as we need to advise BARC of who from CGRC wishes to take part.

To confirm your wish to enter please email or text / call Andrew Outterside on 07831 451157



Andrew Outterside on 10 April 2019 at 20:01Link

Races 3 & 4 - Croft 13th/14th April.

33 entries so far for our meeting at Croft. Discounted entry fee applies up to tomorrow and entries close on Wednesday 10th April.

Andrew Outterside on 02 April 2019 at 13:58Link

Silverstone International Briefing note here -

Apologies for it being rather late!


Andrew Outterside on 28 March 2019 at 21:43Link

DECALS UPDATE - all decals have now been posted to those who selected this option on the order form.

Please note they now include the RYAN decals that were not available in the packs handed out at the track day.

For those picking up decals at the Silverstone test day, please collect from Pete Godfrey or me on Friday afternoon, or if not please see Pete first thing Saturday morning.

GRS will be holding the spares stock throughout the season - spares will be available on test or race days.

Any queries please contact me. 


Andrew Outterside on 22 March 2019 at 22:03Link

Thanks to all those who have placed their decal order. For those that remain to do please let us have it by this Friday. 

See the Club email of 1st March or go directly to the order form via this link>

Andrew Outterside on 05 March 2019 at 14:10Link

Gareth / All

Our 2019 Championship Regulations have been approved by Motorsport UK and have been uploaded to the web site, where they can be found under the "Comp Info" tab. Here is the direct link -

Andrew Outterside on 20 February 2019 at 08:57Link

With Mark’s recent decision to step down from the CGRC Board I am delighted to announce that John Benfield has been co-opted to the Board.

John has been racing since 1998, starting with the 750 Motor Club and then joining CGRC in 2012, racing in the Mega Graduate class.

John’s background is in IT and he is looking forward to working with the Board and bringing his skills to bear to help us.

Barry White on 28 January 2019 at 21:10Link

Mark Carter is standing down from the CGRC Exec and the Board, as having three voluntary roles has become one too many!

I would like to thank Mark for his considerable contribution to the Club over the last 5 years.


Barry White on 27 January 2019 at 11:18Link

Reminders – Discounted 2019 Membership and Priority Entry to Pre-Season Track Day

Discounted racing membership is available at £245 until the end of this month. After that it’s £295. You can enrol using the link under the Racing with CGRC on the front page of the website.

Also, if you want to guarantee a place on the pre-season track day at Silverstone National on Sunday 17th March please book before the end of this month - using this link

Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year.

Membership on 24 December 2018 at 12:53Link

Registration for the 2019 Caterham Graduates Championship and membership of the Club is now open. 

Racing membership is discounted to £245 this month and next year it is £295.

Membership on 08 December 2018 at 09:54Link

2018 Members’ Survey – all racing and social members should have received an email with a link to the survey. We would be very grateful if you could spare the time to complete the survey, it should take about 15 minutes. The survey closes on Thursday 30th August. If you have not received the survey email please contact

Andrew Outterside on 25 August 2018 at 17:33Link

London, 6th August 2018

Following on from the AGM where Class Representatives were raised again I would like to call upon each Class to nominate their Representative.

To remind you the outline responsibility of each Class Rep is:

  1. To act as the communication focal point for their Class and represent the interests of their Class;
  2. To bring any proposed technical changes or issues to the attention of the Technical and Safety Director;
  3. To bring any race issues (excluding Driving Standards) to the attention of the Competitions Director;
  4. To participate in regular meetings (probably every other race meeting during the season for ½ hour and once or twice during the closed season) with the Chairman and Commercial Director to discuss any issues within their Class and how the Class can be promoted to increase membership.

NB: A Class Representative will not be a member of the CGRC Board We would like representatives from the following classes:
  • Classic
  • Mega
  • Sigmax
  • Sigmax VCT
  • Sigma/ Sigma VCT
As we are not all together until Anglesey could interested members please send nominations (themselves or others) to Andrew and I and we will then facilitate a Class process to determine who the representative will be.  It would then be our intention to have a first meeting at Anglesey if possible.

If anyone has any questions relating to the role please contact either Andrew ( or myself (

Thank you for participating.


Barry White on 07 August 2018 at 22:09Link



Following the close of the AGM, the new Board held its first meeting to determine who will take on each role. I was nominated by Roger to succeed him as Chairman, which I feel honoured to have been asked, and this was supported by the Board. I look forward to the year ahead and leading the club forward into the future. All ideas, help, and feedback are welcomed.

The Board is composed as follows:


Please join me in congratulating the new Board members and helping them into their new roles.

I would like to thank Roger as the outgoing Chairman, Charles as Club Secretary for the last 6 years, and Graeme Smith for his 20 years’ service to the club.

In addition thank you to Oliver Gibson for his support as he stands down after a year.  Finally, to John Benfield for standing for election this year.


Barry White on 07 August 2018 at 21:12Link

AGM Elections

Thanks to all the responses on this. We now have six candidates for the four available board positions.

The AGM agenda and voting form (which you'll only need if you intend to submit a proxy vote) can be found in the members' area:
2018 AGM Voting Agenda and Calling Notice (Updated)

To aid your voting, we've asked all the candidates to give a short briefing, and these are collected together in the members area:
2018 AGM: Nominations for election

Please do read through them. If, for any reason, you can't access the members' area then let me know and I'll send you a copy.

Roger Ford on 29 July 2018 at 19:36Link

The timetable for Thruxton on the BARC website is now final.

This means, regretfully, that there is no free practice. Although we were originally promised free practice for the event, this seems to have been defeated by the number of events on the timetable.

There was an option to squeeze all of the qualifying into a single session and use the spare time for free practice, but given the nature of the circuit this was not considered wise.

For anyone who has not been to Thruxton before, don't be too worried. It's probably the easiest circuit in the country to learn - just two braking points and - arguably - three corners. With 20 minutes of qualifying you should get around 13 laps which ought to be plenty to get the hang of it.


There will be a briefingfor all drivers, at 10:30, to be held in the Grads' awning.
Any new drivers will also need to attend one of the New Drivers' Briefings, as detailed in the final instructions

(Note: an earlier version of this note said there were two briefings, one at 9:00, but on the current timetable the first group is qualifying at 9, so that doesn't work).

Roger Ford on 29 June 2018 at 14:43Link

Entry for our Spa races are now open via the CGRC Event Entry System

  • The entry fee is 695 if you enter before 20th July, or 745 afterwards, which covers 2.5 hours of track time - 2 x 30 minute practice sessions, 30 minute qualifying, and 2 x 30 minute races.

  • All classes will race together. There are 65 places on the grid

  • Priority will be given to racing members of the CGRC up until 20th July (i.e. the end of the discount period). After the 20th July we will also be opening up the event to guest racers and that could mean that you do not get a confirmed place if you leave it too late. So if you want to enter, please do so before 20th July.

  • After the 65 places are filled there will be up to 13 reserve places available.

For newcomers, note that you must have a "National A" licence to race at Spa. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained the necessary signatures and upgraded your licence prior to the event.

Note that entries should be considered non-refundable; refunds will only be given in exceptional circumstances.

If you don't manage to get a full place and you end up as a reserve, don't despair. In the past, all of our reserves have always got to race. Several people always drop out for one reason or another in the weeks before the event. There are, of course, no guarantees - but it's more than likely you will get to race.

Charles on 21 June 2018 at 07:11Link


52 entries for Castle Combe - all have been emailed a Briefing Note along with the Final Instructions, Timetable and Paddock Plan.

A link to the documents is here -

If there are any queries please contact me before race day or Kate on race day.


Andrew Outterside on 21 May 2018 at 20:54Link

Castle Combe - Bank Holiday Monday 28 May

Tickets have been posted this morning to the current entrants. 

Final Instructions, paddock plan, timetable and a Club briefing note will be emailed to all entrants early next week.

Any queries please email me on 


Andrew Outterside on 19 May 2018 at 11:43Link

Castle Combe

Hope everyone had a great time at Silverstone.  With just a couple of weeks gap, it's time to get ready for Combe.

The booking system is here:
Although the booking system doesn't close until next Thursday, please don't leave it that late. We need to allocate grids, and we need to send out tickets.

Tickets will be posted out early next week, so if you haven't got your entry in by the weekend you may need to collect tickets at the circuit.

If, for any reason, you've decided not to race at Combe, please make sure your race schedule reflects that so we don't have to chase you up for your entry. Also if you're one of the 'undecideds', please fix that ASAP.

The provisional timetable for the day is in the 'Comp Info' section of the website, direct link:
We don't yet know which classes will constitute groups 1 and 2.

Roger Ford or at on 14 May 2018 at 21:02Link

Castle Combe 28th May - New entry system

Castle Combe entries will be taken by the club (not the BARC online entry process) using a new system. You can find it via the Members -> CGRC Entry System link from the website as before, or via this direct link:

The new system will accept credit cards or debit cards (and is significantly cheaper for the club than the previous WorldPay system).

Entries cost £430 for members bookings before 24th May. That INCLUDES free practice, along with qualifying, one 20 minute race and one 25 minute race.

For those few members who have already booked via BARC, we will arrange a transfer of entries.

Ideally we'd like everyone to book ASAP. But if you're not able to book straight away, please do make sure your race schedule is up to date.

Guests should use the direct link above to access the booking system, where they will be asked to contact Andrew to confirm details and be allocated a race number.

Many thanks to Charles for setting the new system up. Contact him if you have any issues.


Roger Ford on 04 May 2018 at 13:09Link

We are having problems with standards@ email address for the Driving Standards Team. If you wish to contact the DST please use the address below for the present time.



Andrew Outterside on 18 April 2018 at 09:00Link

Yes, congratulations Darren and Genni.

We'll try to get the calendar out quicker next year so people can better plan their social engagements....

SILVERSTONE: There are 24 people who are apparently undecided about Silverstone. If all of them turn up, we won't fit on one grid (with a 58 grid limit).  However, that seems unlikely, so we might be able to go single grid Spa-style, and trade that off for free practice and/or longer races. But we can't do that unless we know. So PLEASE complete your race schedule - TODAY. Remember, only "Definitely" or "Definitely not" are useful responses - if it's "Definitely unless the dog eats my HANS device" then that should be a Definitely.

BTW, might be some problems getting through to me at the chairman email address - use my or addresses by preference. Facebook messenger works too.

Roger Ford on 16 April 2018 at 13:39Link

The Martin Kay Trophy

For those who don't know, Martin was a very popular Supergrad driver who died suddenly in early 2016. The Martin Kay trophy is dedicated to him.

Previously this trophy was awarded to the driver who obtained the most points in multiple classes. As we're not expecting many drivers to enter multiple classes this year, we have reassessed the criteria.

Following consultation with drivers who were very close to Martin, we have decided that the trophy will be awarded to the person, persons or team who have "most demonstrated the sheer joy of racing" - because that's what Martin was about.

We have asked people who were close to Martin to select the winner(s) of the trophy, and they would be happy to receive nominations from members of the club.


(p.s. this should really have gone out before the start of the season, and I apologise that it didn't do so).

Roger Ford on 28 March 2018 at 16:37Link

Oulton Park last-minute info:

1. Tyres: Polleysport will only be at the circuit FRIDAY (including Friday evening). If you need tyres for the next round you'll need to make arrangements to collect them Friday. Polleysport are not at Cadwell. You should already have booked any tyres you need, if not call them today.
2. Briefing: You've all read your finals, and previous forum posts, and will know that there's a compulsory all-drivers briefing at 7:45 in the Grads' hospitality area. That will be followed by the new drivers briefing for drivers who've not raced on the circuit before.

3. Circuit access: From midday Thursday. It's not clear how late they will be open - if you're expecting to arrive very late call the circuit to check.

4. Paddock plan: There isn't one, at least not one specific to our area. Make sure you stick to the area indicated for us in the finals, and be considerate of others. Don't take more space than you need.  If you arrive very early please don't park in the centre where the hospitality area needs to be.

There is no power in the paddock - if using a genny please don't run it late at night.

5. Free Practice: £50 for 20 minutes, payable in cash at signing on.

6. Weather: It's lovely and sunny today (at least in London). Saturday is due to be dry, but much colder. Don't forget to bring a coat!

Have a great weekend, everyone. Don't forget the simple colour code rule for what's under your wheels. Grey : Good. Green: Bad. Blue: very, very bad.


Roger Ford on 14 March 2018 at 11:58Link

Timetable and Final Instructions are available on the BARC site for Oulton:

You should have received tickets by email by now. If you haven't, then check your spam folder. If you still don't have them, there's a good possibility you're not entered. Get on to David Wheadon at BARC (from their contacts page) ASAP.

We have a 20 minute free practice session at the start of the day. This costs £50 and is payable (in cash) at signing on.  If you intend to do it, try to get signed on as soon as it opens. Anyone NOT doing free practice, please give sign-on and scrutineering priority to those who are.

Don't forget the mandatory driver briefing for ALL drivers at 7:45 am (yes, just as you're trying to get scrutineered) in the Grads' awning.

It's not clear what time the circuit opens - I presume it's 7am.  The helpful security contractors have been known to refuse access even to marshals and officials until the dot of opening time. So don't leave yourself with a pile of things to do at the circuit as there may not be time.

Roger Ford on 08 March 2018 at 15:34Link

In the first of a number of Club offers this season the Yorkshire Wine Rascal, in association with CTS Motorsport, brings you the “Oulton 12” – a hand-picked collection of six red and white wines from selected vineyards around the world, for under £90, with free delivery at Oulton Park or subsequent race meetings.

See this link to their flyer and order form here

The Yorkshire Wine Rascal is a wine merchant with a passion for supplying exceptional and exclusive products from around the World. Based in the picturesque northern region, as the name suggests, and driven by a desire to discover out of the ordinary and unique red, white and sparkling wines, they are constantly searching for unusual and exclusive products that remain elusive to the common supermarket shelf. Barry Groves of the Yorkshire Wine Rascal will be more than happy to discuss any specific wine requirements/preferences that you may have during the season.

CTS Motorsport is hosting a number of paddock parties over the coming season, where wines supplied by the Yorkshire Wine Rascal can be sampled. These start with an invitation to all Club members on the Friday evening after testing at Oulton Park. 

Andrew Outterside on 04 March 2018 at 10:43Link

Decals - for those that selected the postal option, please note they have been posted first class to you today. Please remember to pay our Treasurer £10.00 - payment details are with the decals. 

For those that selected the option to pick up at Oulton Park test day, please see Pete Godfrey / Steve Foster of UPE Motorsport on Friday morning.

Replacements during the season can be obtained from UPE Motorsport.  

Andrew Outterside on 01 March 2018 at 13:31Link

Castle Combe entries:

We have now agreed with BARC that they will take the entries for this event as normal through the BARC booking system. The price will be £430 (discounted for early entries), or £470 for late entries. This includes 15 minutes of free practice, 15 minutes quali, one 20 minute and one 25 minute race.

Spa will be be booked separately through the Grads' Event Booking system.  More details on that soon.

Roger Ford on 01 March 2018 at 09:36Link

Many thanks to Harry Cramer and the team at Torque Motorsport for hosting our successful pre-season track day at Silverstone yesterday. A fine bracing day enjoyed by club members, their families and friends.

It was great to see and meet a number of our new members.

If you didn't have an opportunity to speak to the race teams about support for the coming season (ranging from basic emergency support on a per meeting basis through to full support package) their contact numbers are listed below:-

CTS Motorsport - 07879776708

McMillan Motorsport - 01455 239900

Rockey Racing - 01903 744234

UPE Motorsport - 07771 392993

So on to our first meeting of the 2018 season in less than 3 weeks on the International Circuit at Oulton Park. Please get your entry in ASAP and for those that have not updated their race schedule recently please do so. It is important for race planning for the coming meetings, particularly our "bought" races at Castle Combe and Spa.

Many thanks   

Andrew Outterside on 26 February 2018 at 10:46Link

We have now finalised our sponsorship line up for 2018 and welcome to the Club the Yorkshire Wine Rascal in association with CTS Motorsport to the Club.

The decal scheme for the cars is now complete. It can be found in the “Comp Info” section of the website and can be viewed here.

Decals will be delivered in 1 of the 3 options you selected - on Sunday at the track day from Garage 0 (where the refreshments are located), by post (please remember to pay our Treasurer your £10.00), or from Pete Godfrey / Steve Foster of UPE Motorsport at the Oulton Test Day. 

Many thanks to UPE Motorsport for kindly offering to look after the decal stock for us this season and to Simon Longman and his team at Totum Print for their work in producing the Club and many of the sponsors' decals in record time.


Andrew Outterside on 21 February 2018 at 10:58Link

The MSA have provided some competitor notes about the new fire extinguisher regulations. It's in the Technical Bulletins section of our website under the Comp Info tab - direct link here

Roger on 16 February 2018 at 16:10Link

While checking through your MSA handbooks, you'll no doubt have noticed the new regulation K(3) which says that fire extinguishers have to have been serviced within the past two years. This was always a rule for foreign rounds, but previously has not been a requirement for UK MSA rounds.

Most people have Lifeline extinguishers. They have a network of approved agents - see  their dealer page. Failing that, you can send it directly to Lifeline for servicing, but by the time you've paid two lots of postage it might not be much cheaper than buying a new one from JJC (unbranded but made by Lifeline).

Note that Lifeline won't service an extinguisher if it's more than 10 years old or has been previously serviced by a non-approved agent.


Roger on 12 February 2018 at 16:51Link

We are pleased to announce our sponsors for the 2018 season. 

APL Health, occupational health and wellbeing services provider, return as our Championship sponsor and are joined by our longstanding tyre sponsor Yokohama.

Other sponsors returning for 2018 include accountancy and HR recruitment specialists Rutherford Briant, race support team Godfrey Racing Support (GRS) and print communications specialists Totum Print Solutions. 

A warm welcome our new sponsors for 2018, race support team Rockey Racing, intellectual property specialists Downing IP, specialist flat roofing and waterproofing contractors Roofline and track day provider and race team Torque Motorsport.

We very much appreciate their support for the coming season.  

Andrew Outterside on 21 January 2018 at 17:49Link

Caterham Graduates Racing Club - summary for regulation changes for 2018

1. Caterham Graduates Classes

Classes have been re-structured to allow all current and previous Caterham Championship cars with Sigma engines to race with the Caterham Graduates Racing Club.
Sigma Graduates Class, include 3 sub-classes:

Sigma - Cars to the specification of the 2017 Sigma Graduates Class, including cars with VCT and non-VCT engines. VCT cars will continue to carry a higher minimum weight and run without cold air intake.

Sigma VCT - A year 2014 onwards Academy specification car may compete in this sub-class, with any or all the modification that are applied to an Academy specification car to meet the current or previous Caterham 270R Championship Regulations.

Sigmax VCT - A year 2014 onwards Academy specification car may compete in this sub-class, with any or all the modification that are applied to an Academy specification car to meet the current or previous Caterham 310R Championship Regulations.

Trophies will be awarded at each race depending on the number of starters in each sub-class.
Points will be scored in each sub-class depending on the number of starters in each sub-class.
Championship trophies will not be awarded to sub-classes but will be awarded to the Sigma Graduates class based on points scored regardless of sub-class.

Mega Graduates Class
The Mega Graduates Class will incorporate Super Graduates specification cars with none, some or all, of the modifications permitted for Mega Graduate Class

Classic Graduates Class
Class structure unchanged

Sigmax Graduates Class
Class structure unchanged

2. Race length

The standard scheduled race length will be between 20 and 25 minutes. International meetings are likely to have longer races. “Plus one lap” has been dropped at the request of BARC.

3. "Free practice"

Where race schedules permit, a "free practice" session will be included. Priority will be given to competitors have not taken part in a test day or track day in the week prior to the meeting. If "free practice" is oversubscribed any additional places will be allocated by ballot or other method at the discretion of the organisers.

4. False starts

If a false start results in a time advantage of more than 10 seconds then an additional time penalty will be applied. This additional penalty shall be not less than the time advantage gained.

5. Penalties

The current "3x points multiplier" for a penalty that includes licence points will remain but will be applied at the discretion of the Driving Standards Team. This change has been made to avoid inconsistent Clerking decisions from significantly affecting the championship results.

6. Scrutineering

Cars must be presented for pre-event scrutineering in a clean condition. The scrutineer may refuse to check any car that is not presented in a clean condition. To facilitate examination, helmets should be presented for scrutineering in a clean condition and without FHR devices attached to the helmet. An addition at the request of our scrutineer.

7. Safety

The Caterham race seat (Tillet) must be fitted with additional support behind the head restraint area of the seat to meet the requirements of MSA regulation K13.

FIA approved roll cage padding shall be fitted to the roll cage main hoop, roof diagonal and driver's side cant rail (roof rail to the right of the driver), within 150mm of the driver's helmet.

Where seats are bolted to the chassis floor, mounting shall be in compliance with K2.2. The Caterham floor is aluminium and therefore particular attention should be paid to the installation of bolts and counterplates.

Exhaust guards may be removed but exhaust catalyst guards must be retained for Sigmas.

A Caterham supplied passenger side rear wheel/cockpit protection bar may be fitted.

All cars must be fitted with towing eyes (Q19.1.3). This regulation is unchanged from 2017 but will be enforced in 2018. Claiming that the roll cage may be used for towing is no longer acceptable.

8. Authorised engine builders

  • McMillan Motorsport (All engines)
  • The Classic Car Workshop, Ben Rockey (All engines)
  • Godfrey Racing Support (All engines)
  • Paul Freeman Motor Services (Mega Graduate engines)
  • Caterham Cars Ltd and their appointed agents, (Sigma engines)

9. Minimum weight

The Classes' minimum weights are:
Caterham Classic Graduates Class  610kg
Caterham Sigma sub-class 2008 to 2013  605kg
Caterham Sigma sub-class 2014 onwards  630kg
Caterham Sigma VCT sub-class  615kg
Caterham Sigmax VCT sub-class  615kg
Caterham SigMax-Graduates Class  605kg
Caterham Mega-Graduates Class  600kg

10. Future possible regulation changes

Tyres will remain as 2017, however a replacement tyre for the A048R will be evaluated during 2018 for possible use in 2019.

Roger Ford on 13 December 2017 at 20:45Link

We're pleased to announce that registration for the 2018 Caterham Graduates Championship will open this Friday, 1st DECEMBER.

The championship fee is £250, but entries during DECEMBER will be discounted to £200. Payment, as usual, is through the WorldPay system.

You can sign up through the website, through the Enrol with the Club link under the "About Grads Racing" tab.

There's been a modest increase in the membership fee this year. This will be used to invest in club facilities and for marketing the club to potential new members.  As with all racing clubs, we've seen declining membership over the last year or two, and it's essential that we attract new members to keep our numbers healthy as some members retire or move on.  We have compared our membership fees to other similar clubs and series, and we're confident that they still represent great value for money.


Roger Ford on 30 November 2017 at 16:19Link

We’ve just launched our 2 promo videos on the CGRC Facebook site. If you are on Facebook please like and share.

If you are not the URLs are here:- 

The short 2 minute video -

A longer 10 minute “Meet the Club” one – this is also on the website front page -

Many thanks to all those that contributed to the videos. Unfortunately, we had too much footage so couldn’t include everyone.

With special thanks to Chris Dawes, for his assistance with the production and Barry Welch, of Digitex Television & Video Production, for piecing it all together.

Andrew Outterside on 29 November 2017 at 22:28Link

CGRC race schedules: Jamie has just updated the race schedule for 2018. Please fill this out as we actually do use it to plan grids and numbers....and history shows that the people that don't fill it out are often the same people that complain when the grids are allocated! If you are 'intending to race' (e.g. if you don't smash up your car) then please put 'Definitely'.

Charles on 23 November 2017 at 11:14Link

For those that couldn’t make it to Brooklands celebrations on Saturday a full list of award winners is set out below, along with links to the two videos shown on the night - our provisional calendar reveal video (credit to Mark Johnson) and the annual "thrills and spills" video (credit to Chris Rome).

Classic Class

1st - Graeme Smith
2nd - Robin Webb
3rd – Peter Tattersall
Best Consistent Finisher – Paul Hawker

Super Class

1st - Toby Briant
2nd - Andy Molsom
Best Consistent Finisher - Barry White

Mega Class

1st - Declan Dolan
2nd -  Glenn Burtenshaw
3rd - Roger Ford
Best Consistent Finisher - Kim Rayment

Sigma Class

1st - Jon Harmer
2nd - Ben Winrow

SigMax Class

1st - Oliver Gibson
2nd - Jamie Ellwood
3rd - James Russell

Club Awards Class

Viscom Design Trophy (the “Spirit of the Club”) - Rob Winrow

Martin Kay Trophy (the “Love of Racing”) - Mark Carter

Ben Vickers Trophy for Driving Standards - Glenn Burtenshaw

Revolution Racing Novice Trophy - Mark Johnson

ALP Heath Drivers’ Driver Trophy - Oliver Gibson

Many congratulations to all our winners and many thanks to Charles Elliott and the other members of the team that put a great evening together.

Here’s the link to our 2018 calendar reveal video

Here’s the link to the "thrills and spills" video - the Bentley that was getting close up and personal with Mr Downing at Brooklands was being driven by Matt LeBlanc – watch out for the feature on the Birkett Relay in the next series of Top Gear!  

Photos of the Dinner will be with us shortly – a link will be advised and they will also be on the CGRC Facebook page.

p.s. if you’re on Facebook and haven’t liked / followed the CGRC Facebook page please visit and do so - it’s here

Andrew O on 21 November 2017 at 11:31Link

Everything you need to know about our awards dinner can be found here. Please contact me if you have any questions....otherwise see you on Saturday for what will be a great evening.


Charles on 15 November 2017 at 22:41Link

Many thanks for the votes cast over the last few days.

Please note anyone else who wishes to vote needs to do so by no later than 7.00pm this Friday 3rd November.

Andrew Outterside on 31 October 2017 at 21:58Link

2017 Awards – the APL Health Drivers Driver Trophy

Following the first round of nominations, the top five drivers are now put forward for your vote.

In alphabetical order they are: -

Declan Dolan
Oliver Gibson
Andy Molsom
Samuel Wilson
Jamie Winrow

An email has just been sent to all racing members with a link to a short survey form for you to cast your vote.

Please note your vote needs to be received by no later than 7.00pm this Friday 3rd November.

The winner will be announced at the Club Dinner on Saturday 18th November.

If you have any problems, please contact me at

Many thanks


Andrew Outterside on 29 October 2017 at 17:59Link

A quick reminder that there is only two days to go for your award nominations.

Thank you to those who have contributed to date.

Andrew Outterside on 26 October 2017 at 21:26Link

2017 Awards

Please look out for an email to all drivers requesting your nominations for 3 of the awards that will be announced at the Dinner on Saturday 18th November.

The email is being sent to your primary address listed in the membership database and contains a link to a short survey form. Time is short. Please note your nominations need to be received by no later than 7.00pm this Saturday 28 October.

If you have any problems, please contact me at

Many thanks

Andrew Outterside on 24 October 2017 at 21:09Link

Expanded class structure for 2018

The post follows on from an email over the weekend to all racing Members.

The Club has been working on the best way of attracting new members with an updated class structure for 2018, whilst keeping existing Members' interests in mind, by not introducing new car specifications into existing classes that could possibly present an unfair advantage.

Charles Elliott and Nick Haryett have been dealing with the future of our Super Graduate Class. Those who continue to race their existing car in 2018 will be racing in the Mega class, which will combine the current Super and Mega Graduate classes.

Those currently racing a Super will have the option to: -

  • Race your Super 'as-is'. You probably won't win races, but you can still have a good race with Megas who drive at the same pace as you.
  • Partially upgrade your Super, starting with the Mega engine upgrade, which will close most of the performance gap, and you can add other elements of a Mega if you want to at your own pace.
  • Fully upgrade your Super to Mega specification 

In terms of attracting new members, our strategy is to open up the Club to as a wide an audience as possible, so we can grow the Club membership and bring ourselves up to date, by offering a viable alternative to all the current Caterham Motorsport classes up to 310R. With our current SigMax cars ceasing production in 2013 we need to fully embrace the latest Caterham products in order to grow.

In order to attract the newer '2014 on' spec cars from the 4 current Caterham Motorsport classes (Academy / Roadsport / 270R and 310R) we are introducing 2 new classes.

SigMax VCT based on the Caterham Motorsport 310R car


Sigma VCT based on the Caterham Motorsport 270R car

So, for next year we will have 6 classes - 4 Ford Engine classes, 1 Rover 16v class and the Classic class as follows: -

SigMax VCT
Sigma VCT

The points system and awards that will apply to the classes are under consideration by the Club and will form part of the 2018 Championship regulations.

Our 4 Ford engine classes for 2018 allow us to accommodate our existing Members and attract new Members i.e. anyone from the current Caterham Academy, Roadsport, 270R, 310R classes, along with the older pre-2014 Caterham Supersport class.

Our Sigma / Sigma VCT / SigMax VCT classes will give progression for both existing Members and new joiners to the Club who wish to race the current specification Caterham.

A link to the Club's press release on this is here.

If you have any queries please drop me an email at or call me on 07831 451157.

Andrew Outterside

Andrew O on 18 October 2017 at 09:24Link

If you are planning to buy tickets for the wonderful CGRC Awards Dinner at Brooklands Museum on the 18th November, please do so by the end of October at the latest. We need to gather meal choices and final numbers by then, so don't miss out. We have 100 people attending already so it should be a great event.

You can buy tickets via the CGRC Event Entry page in the Members' area. If you are after Karting tickets, they are in the same place.

Charles on 13 October 2017 at 12:20Link

Dinner video - appeal for footage

Chris Rome needs your footage/photos for the dinner video.  if you have anything which you think will work please do get in touch. Here is what Chris needs:

All welcome: Crashes (mainly crashes!) , stunning overtakes, hand gestures, paddock photos, family & friends... I never know how it's going to turn out until I get the material.

To get footage to me: 

* Email me at, and we'll sort something out (Dropbox, CD in the post, FTP...)

* Point me at HD online videos or photos and I'll see if I can download them


Charles on 09 October 2017 at 14:50Link

Karting on 18th November at Daytona Sandown Park may now be booked through the CGRC Event Entry. The cost is £80 per driver, limited to a maximum of 30 drivers, and the format will be:

Practice (10 minutes).

Heat 1 (10 minutes).

Heat 2 (10 minutes).

Final (15 minutes).

Sign on is at 2pm and all drivers must attend a mandatory safety briefing at 2:30pm.

All drivers will take part in all the above (so 45 minutes track time each) with grid positions for the Final determined by finishing positions in the two Heats.

The minimum age is 14 and WAGS are encouraged to take part.

The overall winner will receive a magnificent trophy at the Awards Dinner plus there will be some other highly sought after prizes!

Roger Ford on 27 September 2017 at 23:56Link

I have to confirm room allocations with Brooklands hotel on Friday. If you would like a room and haven’t booked one, please contact me ASAP. 


Charles on 20 September 2017 at 07:15Link

Please note that Polleysport will only be attending Snetterton on the Friday. They will be there until late in the evening, but will NOT be there Saturday or Sunday.

Please remember you need to call (01354 688111) or email Polleysport to order tyres. If them not being there on Saturday / Sunday causes you a serious problem, you might want to call them to see if there are any alternatives. Their site is about an hour from Snett, but I don't know if anyone will be there over the weekend.


Roger Ford on 05 September 2017 at 14:01Link

We're currently looking to create a promotional video, that we can use to advertise the club to new prospective drivers. As a result, we're looking to obtain as much High-Quality Footage as possible to use in this video.

This isn't going to be Spins/Bins video, We're looking for Clean / Fast  / Close racing clips from throughout the season and from all classes. So if you've got that “Legendary Maneuver” that you'd be happy to share with us we'd love to have it!

Please bring your footage with you on a USB Drive to Snetterton Circuit where Mark Johnson will then take a copy and return your USB Drive during the weekend. Alternatively, if you'd like to send these across now via WeTransfer.Com please send to

We'll be performing a similar exercise at Silverstone to collate any videos you'd like us to include in the Awards Dinner Spins and Bins Video.

We look forward to receiving lots of content!

Roger on 28 August 2017 at 12:41Link

The 2017 Caterham Graduates Award Dinner will be held at the very special venue of Brooklands Museum on Saturday 18th November 2017. Brooklands is located in Weybridge, Surrey, close to J10 or J11 of the M25. Those attending will have free access to the Museum all day Saturday prior to our event which starts at 6pm the Members' bar. Pre-dinner drinks will be served in the ERA shed at 6.30 alongside the Napier Railton and many other famous display exhibits. 

Brooklands was the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation and the site of the first world's first purpose-built motor racing circuit which opened in 1907. It has four listed buildings including the Brooklands Automobile Racing Club Clubhouse where we will be holding our event. The evening will be hosted again by race commentator Chris Dawes. After the 3 course dinner, Geoff Lees, 1981 F2 champion, F1 driver and multiple Le Mans racer will talk about his career and hold a Q&A, to be followed by prize giving. The evening will finish off with a disco  or socialising in the bar depending on your preference. 

On Sunday, you might want to visit Mercedes Benz World next door for a look around or buy a few laps around their test track. We have negotiated a very limited number of rooms at the discounted hotel rate of £129/room including breakfast at the nearby Brooklands Hotel. You can reserve a room through a separate 'event' on the CGRC website.

Tickets are £60 per person and include:

Drinks reception in the ERA shed, with a welcome drink provided
Transfer to the Napier Suite
Introduction from Chris Dawes - who commentates at many of the major UK race circuits as well as on Motors TV
2017 season highlights / lowlights video
3 course meal with tea or coffee 
Special Guest Speaker Geoff Lees; F2 champion, Le Mans racer, F1 racer with teams including Mario Deliotti, Tyrrell, Shadow and John Player Team Lotus
Presentation of awards compered by Chris Dawes and presented by Geoff Lees.
Dance / drink / socialise to disco
Event closes at 1am.

We really hope to see you there to celebrate our 20th year. Tickets and rooms can be booked now in the Member’s area, under CGRC event entry. 

Charles on 17 August 2017 at 01:55Link

A slightly revised Briefing Note 2 is now available with 3 amendments shown in red following information supplied today by the race organisers.

The key amendment relates to where refuelling is to be carried out during our free practice sessions. It must take place in the pit lane.

Trust you have a good trip over to Zandvoort.


Andrew Outterside on 24 July 2017 at 18:15Link

Important - All drivers racing at Zandvoort:

All Zandvoort drivers should have received an email with several documents attached.

In case this email gets filed as spam, or deleted before it's been read, I've put these documents in the Comp Info section of the website as well.

They are:

Zandvoort Briefing Note 1
Zandvoort Final Briefing Note 2
Zandvoort Garage Plan
Zandvoort Paddock P2 Plan
Zandvoort Circuit Map and Paddock Overview

Please take time to read these documents, they contain important information. I would strongly suggest you print at least the briefing notes and the garage plan and bring them with you.

Any questions can be directed to Andrew Outterside -

Roger Ford on 21 July 2017 at 11:14Link

Caterham Graduates Racing Club
Zandvoort Briefing Note 1
(12 July 2017)


Our numbers put us just below the grid limit of 47, so we have taken the opportunity to put all cars on a combined grid (Spa style) and have 2 longer races. Each race will now be 35 mins.

Qualifying will also now be a combined grid in two sessions, with your fastest time in each session defining your start position in the corresponding race.


Our timetable has now been confirmed and is set out below. It is now very unlikely to change, but as ever, it could do.


09.00 - 09.25    Caterham Free Practice 1 (25 minutes)
09.30 - 09.55    Caterham Free Practice 2 (25 minutes)
10.55 - 11.20    Caterham Free Practice 3 (25 minutes)
11.25 - 11.50    Caterham Free Practice 4 (25 minutes)
13.35 - 14.00    Caterham Free Practice 5 (25 minutes)
15.00 - 15.25    Caterham Qualifying 1 (25 minutes)
16.35 - 17.00    Caterham Qualifying 2 (25 minutes)


09.00 - 09.35    Caterham Race 1 (35 minutes)
14.40 - 15.15    Caterham Race 2 (35 minutes)


We now have a total of 125 minutes of testing time and 120 minutes of qualifying / race time.  

Please ensure that you have sufficient tyres to cover your track time. With the exception of Classics, it's probably essential to use a separate set of testing tyres.  

With 25 minute qualifying sessions, think about tyre usage.  You don't need to run for the full session, once you've set a good lap time consider pulling in to conserve your tyres rather than running the full session.  Or at least come in and let them cool a bit before going out again.

Polley Motorsport will not be at Zandvoort.  If you need extra tyres, order them now and arrange local fitting. Don't leave it until the last moment.

Note: the use of separate qualifying session require a sporting
bulletin, which can be found in the Competitors' Information section of the web site (alongside a PDF version of this note).

A further briefing note will be issued shortly to cover detailed arrangements for the weekend.

Andrew Outterside on 13 July 2017 at 14:18Link

The full agenda for the CGRC AGM at Croft next Saturday is in the members' area, direct link here.

Mark Cater, Nick Haryett and I are due to step down from the board by rotation. Two full directors (Peter and Tristan) have decided to step down, and Nigel - who was coopted to the board - is not standing for election. So that leaves six places on the board to be filled.

In addition to the three of us, who will all be restanding, I'm pleased to say we have four other very strong candidates for the board. We've asked each nominee to provide a short introduction, and those are collected together in a document in the members' area, direct link here. Please do read them and be ready to vote for your preferred candidates.

Roger Ford on 24 June 2017 at 10:12Link

We will be holding the club's  Annual General Meeting at Croft Circuit at 5pm on Saturday 1st July 2017.

Formal notice and the Agenda is in the members area: Direct link here

We will be proposing some minor changes to the clubs Memorandum and Articles of Association. You can see the new version with changes highlighted in the members area as well, direct link here

Topic not covered in the Agenda can still be discussed, and voted for as a non-binding resolution as part of "Any Other Business" at the end of the AGM.

Roger Ford
Chairman, CGRC

Roger Ford on 09 June 2017 at 19:50Link

All Sigmax Drivers racing at Donington:

There will be mandatory briefing for all SigMax drivers racing on Saturday. This will be at 9.30am in the CGRC hospitality awning.

Please ensure you have cleared scrutineering before then so you can attend. Your qualifying session is at 10:30am

Andrew and Roger

Roger Ford on 31 May 2017 at 11:42Link

The May 2017 Graduates Newsletter is now available: here

Roger on 26 May 2017 at 20:50Link


Timetable and final Instructions and are on the BARC website here Read them!

Note there is a briefing for ALL drivers at 8:45. Be there or risk a fine. Eagle-eyed Mega, Super and Sigma drivers may notice that they're due to sign on and attend the briefing at 8:45, then get scrutineered at 8:50. That's obviously not going to work, so go earlier or later (preferably earlier). Exact times are almost never enforced for sign on or scrutineering.

Paddock plan is at the end of the finals, we have the area to the right as you enter the main paddock. If that's not enough space we can overflow into the area marked "Overflow Paddock". Please don't park up anywhere else - the other groups WILL require you to move.  We may issue or more detailed paddock plan later in the week, or we may just leave people to sort themselves out.

Camera tethers: MSA regs say that scrutineers can require cameras to have a secondary tether. I understand this is to be enforced for GoPro-style cameras at Cadwell (but not for small "bullet" cameras). As I see it the options are:

  1. A cable tie round the main body of the camera which acts as the anchor for more cable ties or a strap to the roll cage. This will, of course, make it harder to access the memory card and/or battery, but is the easiest option with "what you have on the day".
  2. A commercial GoPro tether which attaches to the camera via a sticky plate or looped around the mounting screw
  3. If you have lock wire and lock wire pliers, make your own lanyard like I did here
  4. Andrew managed to get a wire lanyard round this door closing mechanism on his GoPro - see pic here
Zandvoort Entries

Don't forget, normal entries for Zandvoort open tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7pm sharp. See post here for more details.

Donington Endurance

Reduced-price entry to the endurance was extended to this Wednesday (until 12:00 midday, I believe).  If you're considering entering but don't have a team organised, please let Tristan know urgently, and he'll try to match you into a team. You don't have to be a current (or even past) Grads member to enter, but you do of course need an MSA licence.

Roger Ford on 08 May 2017 at 21:10Link

Zandvoort Entries

Entry for our Spa races will open very soon via the CGRC Event Entry System

  • The entry fee is 650 pounds, which covers 3 hours 20 minutes of track time - 5 x 25 minute practice sessions, 25 minute qualifying, and 2 x 25 minute races
  • There are a maximum of 56 places available
  • As in previous years, priority entry will be granted to the drivers who entered our first two race meetings. There are 42 drivers who qualify for priority entries. Priority entry opens on Saturday 6th May at 9am. If you want to take advantage of a priority entry, don't leave it to the last possible moment to book in case there's a problem. Once normal booking opens, your priority status disappears.
  • All remaining places will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis on Tuesday 9th May at 7pm. After the 56 places are filled there will be up to 10 reserve places available.
  • In order to enter, your race schedule must show that you are "Definitely" racing at Zandvoort.

For newcomers, note that you must have a "National A" licence to race at Zandvoort. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained the necessary signatures and upgraded your licence prior to the event.

In the past, our foreign races have sold out very quickly. To make sure your entry goes through smoothly, I would suggest these precautions:

  • Make sure you're available, at your PC, at 7pm on the 9th. If you're not able to do that, consider asking someone else to enter on your behalf.
  • Make sure your profile is complete and says you are definitely racing at Zandvoort.
  • Have your credit or debit card to hand (credit cards have a 4.5% surcharge to cover WorldPay fees).
  • If you move around, make sure you know the "billing address" for your card.
  • Make sure you know any Verified by Visa / Mastercard Securecode needed.
  • Finally, please note that there is an issue with the WorldPay booking system and the default Safari browser on Apple devices (Macs, iPhones and iPads). Fix it by following these instructions, using a PC, instead, or by installing Google Chrome as a second browser, and booking through that.
If that all fails, and you end up as a reserve, don't despair. In the past, all of our reserves have always got to race. Several people always drop out for one reason or another in the weeks before the event. There are, of course, no guarantees - but it's more than likely you will get to race.

Roger Ford on 04 May 2017 at 18:18Link

BARC have asked us to provide safety car drivers for our races at Pembrey.

It's not an onerous, job, most of the time you'll just sit in the car listening to the radio chatter (which can be quite fascinating if you've never done it before). In the event of an incident you just have to drive round at a steady 50mph until told to pull off.

Graeme's volunteered for the first two races Saturday, so we need a Mega / Super / SIgma driver for the second two, and then two drivers from appropriate classes for Sunday.

Drivers must have MSA licences.

Let me know by email or in person tonight / tomorrow if you're willing to give it a go.


Roger on 20 April 2017 at 11:12Link

Pembrey is now confirmed to be on both layouts - old circuit Sat, new circuit Sun. Testing, as mentoned before, should be on old circuit morning, new circuit afternoon.

Paddock:  We have the whole inner paddock to ourselves for Friday and Saturday, with 22 Welsh Sports and Saloons joining us for Sunday.
So there should be plenty of space, but don't abuse it, and make sure there is some space left for them.

MOTORHOMES: Please park  around the edge of the paddock NOT in the centre area.

There will be limited (paid for) power in the centre area, but we haven't budgeted for motorhomes (as I only had one reply to my offer to provide extra power at cost for motorhomes).

Final instructions are available on the BARC website: Here
Many people didn't read the finals at Oulton, and hence nearly missed the mandatory briefing. Please don't make that mistake again. I'm guessing that the "new drivers briefing" only applies to those who haven't raced at Pembrey at all, rather than those who haven't raced on the new layout (which is everyone).


Roger Ford on 19 April 2017 at 11:39Link

Zandvoort - 29th & 30th July 2017

We are pleased to announce the provisional arrangements, costs, format and booking arrangements for this year's overseas round.

We have secured additional free practice time on the Saturday so that you do not need to attend the Friday Track Day. The plan is that everyone will have the following track time:-

  • 5 Free Practice Sessions (25 minutes each)
  • 1 Qualifying Session (25 minutes)
  • 2 Races (25 minutes each)
The entry fee is great value at £650 (inclusive of Free Practice).

The Provisional Timetable is as follows:-

09.0009.25Free Practice 1
09.3009.55Free Practice 2
10.5511.20Free Practice 3
11.2511.50Free Practice 4
13.2013.45Free Practice 5
14.3515.00Qualifying - Group 1
16.0516.30Qualifying - Group 2
09.259.50Race 1
11.1511.40Race 2
13.4514.10Race 3

All drivers will race in two out of the three races, but we don't yet know what the class splits will be. You should assume that you will not finish before 14.10 on Sunday.

The booking system on the website will open at the end of April - please book early to guarantee your place. As is usual, we will open for priority bookings first, the priority going to those drivers who entered both Oulton and Pembrey.

There are 56 places available. If you don't get your entry in on the day that non-priority entries open, it is quite possible you will find yourself as a reserve. However, we always get a few drop-outs, so it is very likely that all reserves will actually get to race.

Roger Ford on 29 March 2017 at 13:09Link

Catering at Oulton

For the benefit of new drivers, and anyone not sure of the rules:

Your Grads membership entitles you to food at all rounds. Our wonderful caterer Gail provides tea and coffee all day on test and race days, and light breakfast, buffet lunch and afternoon tea on race days.

This is provided for you and ONE helper. That helper might be a team mechanic, your partner, or a friend who's come along. It's not transferable, so if you're on your own you can't donate your "extra" to someone else who has brought two friends.  Any other extras, including kids, are charged at a very reasonable £5 per person per day and must be booked in advance by emailing Gail. Try to give her several days notice as she has to know how many extras she needs to buy food for - though if you have a surprise visitor you can always let her know on the day.

The £5 is payable directly to Gail - it's nothing to do with the club. If you don't pay, you're taking the money directly from her pocket, so please be honest. If you have very young kids who don't eat much I'm sure Gail will do you a deal.


If you want tyres at Oulton, please book them in advance by calling Steve Polley on 01354 688111 or email

I'm not sure we've posted it yet, but it's likely that Classics will be changing tyres for 2018, and all other classes may move to a different tyre.  So it's worth managing your tyres such that you don't end the season with several sets of nearly-new tyres. We'll know more mid-season when Yokohama have decided which tyres they'll be producing in 13 inch sizes.

Roger Ford on 09 March 2017 at 19:06Link

The majority of decal orders were handed out at Donington. For those that requested delivery by post, these have been sent and should arrive very shortly. Going forward Pete Godfrey’s Godfrey Racing Support (GRS) has kindly agreed to hold the replacement decal stock this season and decals will be available in the paddock on test and race days. For those that ordered for pick up at the Oulton Test Day or at a later race meeting, please pick up from GRS.

Please note the following:-
1.       We didn’t have enough REIS decals (race number 119 onwards) – if this impacts on you please pick up the 2 new decals you require from GRS at your first test day / race meeting.
2.       Our latest sponsor Thames Valley Car Storage – , owned by Club member Tristan Judge (Sigmax 5), has taken to nose cone slot. Tristan handed out his decals at the track day. For those who did not attend please pick up from GRS at your first test day / race meeting - you have a choice of white or black background.

For those that did not place an order, your decals can be collected from GRS at the first race meeting you attend. If you are new member they will comprise a full set and if you were a 2016 Member they are a set of the new decals.

For any 2017 members who signed up after 18 February (that is both new and 2016 members) you need to see GRS at your first test / race day and select what you need.  

A reminder, whilst the Club provide number squares we do not provide race numbers, although these may be available to purchase from GRS. The above applies to sponsor and Club decals – if you require a set driver names please order by emailing

We owe much to our generous sponsors, please ensure your cars are well presented and have a full set of decals applied prior to your first race. I strongly recommend that you take your time and apply the decals away from a race meeting. It will take some time to remove the old decals, clean up any left over adhesive and apply new ones. Our regs demand that your display accurately positioned decals.

Finally thanks to Club member Simon Longman (Mega 123) at Totum Print ( for producing the Club decals and many of the sponsor decals in record time. A great job by Simon and his team.

Andrew Outterside on 05 March 2017 at 10:04Link

As many of you know, the Club is celebrating its 20th Anniversary by running a very special endurance race at Donington Park on Sunday 4th June 2017. It's a non-championship event, but conveniently arranged the day after our championship race.

This endurance event will be a four hour race where the competitors are in teams of two or more cars and drivers. The race will be run to a handicap format - this document will explain more about the event and how a handicap system works. The main point is that any team in any type of Caterham is capable of winning the race, and everyone can drive their own car.

We will be opening entries for the race shortly and really hope that you will join us for what will be an amazing weekend. More information to follow.

Charles on 04 March 2017 at 11:53Link

Outon Park is now on the International Circuit

Great news - we've managed to convince BARC NW to run the meeting on the International circuit rather than the Island circuit. We told them we'd get a bigger entry for that layout, so let's not don't disappoint them! If anyone hasn't done Oulton International, you really are in for a treat. In my opinion it's the best circuit in the country.

If you've not booked testing yet - don't leave it much longer. MSV testing regularly sells out well before the meeting, and it's only three weeks away.

Roger Ford on 26 February 2017 at 20:17Link

Doninton Trackday Info

Entry to the circuit from 5pm on Friday. You will be able to park up in front of the garages, though it's likely you won't be able to get in until they're unlocked on Saturday morning. Camping at the circuit is not allowed but there is a public campsite very close. (Leaving unoccupied motor homes at the circuit should be fine, and I doubt anyone will be checking them too closely).

Timetable for the day is as follows:

08:00Sign on
08:30Safety briefing
09:00Novice session begins
09:20General use
13:30Novice session begins
13:50General Driving resumes
17:00End of day (depending on light conditions)

Drivers and extra drivers must arrive promptly to the 08:30 safety briefing, if anyone is late and the briefing has begun, they will have to wait until the second late drivers briefing at 09:30. Passengers must sign on, but do not need to attend the briefing.

Signing on and briefing is in the Bookatrack Caterham showroom near the paddock entrance. If you have ordered a decal pack for delivery at Donington, please collect them when you sign on.

Bookatrack are providing a free hog roast in their facility at lunchtime. Tea, coffee and soft drinks are provided all day in both the Bookatrack showroom and the Grad's hospitality garage.

Instruction: We have one Bookatrack instructor, who can provide instruction free of charge.  There are 10 30-minute sessions available starting at 9:30.  Email me if you want to take advantage of this, with a preferred time. Priority will be given to new drivers if it is oversubscribed (it probably won't be). You will obviously need a passenger seat in your car to receive instruction.

Bookatracks rules and regulations (some of which obviously don't apply to our cars):
  • All cars must pass a 98dB drive-by noise limit
  • Drivers and passengers must sign on and obtain a wristband to be allowed access on track.
  • All drivers must attend a safety briefing at 08:30. (For late arrivals the second briefing will be at 09:30).
  • Road cars must be MOT’d, race cars must have passed MSA scrutineering within the last year (We do not scrutineer cars therefore it is the responsibility of participants to ensure their car is in track worthy condition)
  • All participants must wear a suitable crash helmet and have covered arms and legs.
  • Slick tyres are permitted but only if the car has adequate roll protection.
  • Passengers must be 16 years or older, if under 18 years old a parent or guardian must counter sign their disclaimer. (No children under 16 years of age are allowed in the pit lane).
  • Hand held cameras cannot be used whilst out on track.

Let me know if you have any questions.  For late / on-the-day queries, my mobile is oh-7785 728512.

Finally, the day is still rather undersubscribed, so if you have any friends with a Caterham or other "seven-type" car with around 100-150 hp who might want to join us, please encourage them to do so. They would need to take out a £10 social membership, then book through the events link, or contact me if that's closed.

Roger on 22 February 2017 at 09:31Link

The January Newsletter is now available in the members area of the website, or direct link here

Lots of great info about the coming season and new and returning drivers, so please do take some time to go through it.

Thanks are due as usual to Peter who has put many hours into writing articles and chasing up contributions.

- Roger

Roger Ford on 17 February 2017 at 22:28Link

Our 2017 Championship Regulations are now published on the BARC web site. Direct link here

Apart from anything else, that means our calendar is no longer "provisional".

Championship registration and online entry should open soon, expect an email from BARC early next week, or sooner.

Roger Ford on 17 February 2017 at 17:33Link

Donington Access: We expect to have access from around 5pm on Friday. I think we should be able to get into the garages, but that's not entirely clear at the moment.

Anyone still thinking of coming but not yet booked, please do it by the weekend. We need to send a list of drivers to Bookatrack on Monday. We also need to do a garage plan.

** Additional Drivers ** : there is no charge for these, but they MUST be notified in advance. Please let me know if you intend anyone else to drive your car. They must also attend the briefing and sign on.

Passengers will need to sign on, but no need to notify in advance or attend the briefing.

Roger Ford on 15 February 2017 at 14:40Link

REMINDER - I have just emailed a reminder to all racing members to complete and return their order form to by 17th February 2017.

Charles on 11 February 2017 at 19:29Link

CGRC members - I have just emailed all racing members with an order form for 2017 decals. Please complete it and return to by 17th February 2017.

If you don't receive it (and there are a couple of you with no email address in the database - please add one!!!) then email and we will send it to you.

The current draft of the 2017 decal guide is also now under Comp Info.

Charles on 05 February 2017 at 10:50Link

Can I ask everyone who has not done so yet to PLEASE update their schedules to say whether they expect to be racing at Zandvoort or not. There are half as many people who haven't updated their schedules as there are people who say they are going. We need to work out the timetable and how to allocate sessions in the next few days, and we can't do that with that kind of uncertainty in numbers.

For those of you who HAVE updated your schedules, well done and thank you.

Meanwhile - Donington Trackday 25th February. Only three weeks away now, and we need to start planning garage allocations and stuff.  If you've not entered and intend to, please do so this week. If you're not sure if your car will be ready, or something similar, please drop me an email and we can work something out.

Roger Ford on 02 February 2017 at 20:39Link

Zandvoort is definitely confirmed for 29/30 July.

Our meeting includes two 25-minute dedicated practice sessions on the Saturday, possibly with more available at extra cost.

There is a also trackday available on the Friday, but it's not cheap - 450 Euros for the full day or 220 / 320 Euros for the morning / afternoon respectively. See Legendary Circuit's website for more details or to book it.

- Roger

Roger Ford on 24 January 2017 at 19:26Link

CGRC Racing Members,

If you require a set of name decals for 2017 (the ones on each side of the car) then please email me - If you already have decals that are in good condition then please keep them as new ones cost money!

And a reminder that whilst the club provides sponsor decals, we do not provide race numbers.

Charles on 22 January 2017 at 20:45Link

With the change to the Zandvoort date, it's really important that we know how many people are likely to race there. The grid limit is 47, and we currently have two grids.  If a significant number of people can't make it, we might be better dropping down to a single grid, Spa-style. But if we under-estimate, that would mean people will get turned away.

If you've not done so (and many people haven't), please update your race schedule to say which rounds you intend doing. Of course plans can change, but please use "definitely" or "definitely not" unless you're really unsure.

Roger Ford on 17 January 2017 at 09:55Link

It now looks almost certain that our Zandvoort meeting will be on 29/30 July, not 5/6 August as previously announced.

I apologise for this late change to our (still provisional) calendar, and hope it doesn't mess up too many plans.

Once our regs are published, probably in a couple of weeks, the calendar will then become confirmed and final.

Roger Ford on 17 January 2017 at 08:43Link

Zandvoort - Important

If you're about to book ferries or accommodation for Zandvoort, please don't do it just yet.

More by the end of today.

Roger Ford on 16 January 2017 at 13:32Link

Happy new year, everyone!

I'm pleased to announce that bookings are now open for our pre-season trackday at Donington on February 25th.

Bookings are via our own Event Entry system, accessed via the "Members" link on the website.

For those not familiar with the system, you need to be a paid-up racing or social member of the Grads, and you need to have completed your race schedule, indicating which events you intend to enter.

Cost is £295, which includes free use of garages, and no additional cost for passengers or extra drivers.

Places for the trackday are limited, and it's less than two months away, so please don't delay booking.

Roger Ford on 01 January 2017 at 20:26Link

The December 2016 Newsletter is now out : Here

Many thanks to our Editor-in-Chief Peter Tattersall for putting together this bumper edition.

Merry Christmas everybody.

Roger Ford on 24 December 2016 at 17:50Link

2017 Pre-Season Track Day - Donington

now with all-new paragraph formatting!

As is traditional, we will be running a pre-season trackday. This year we'll be back at Donington Park, with a day run exclusively for us by Bookatrack. Since the season starts early on 18th March, the pre-season trackday will be three weeks before, on a possibly slightly chilly 25th February.

Our pre-season trackday has always been primarily a social event rather than an all-out test day. You are encouraged to bring partners, friends and family, and to take them out for rides or even let them drive your car if you trust them enough.

The good news about running it in February is that the hire price is lower, so we should be able to throw in all the extras like passengers, second drivers and garages FOC. It is Donington, so it won't be dirt cheap, but it should be very good value for money.

I'll post soon with a price and an opening date for booking.What if it snows? (A few people here will remember Oulton in, I think, 2006!). If we can't run we should get a credit for an alternative hire date, which we'll probably use for the Friday before our Donington round.

I hope as many people as possible will make it. It's always a great day out and a good way to wind gently into the new season. For any drivers new to the club, it's also a great time to get to know people and chat about the cars and the racing without the stress of a race weekend.

Roger on 07 December 2016 at 17:45Link

As is traditional, we will be running a pre-season trackday. This year we'll be back at Donington Park, with a day run exclusively for us by Bookatrack. Since the season starts early on 18th March, the pre-season trackday will be three weeks before, on a possibly slightly chilly 25th February. Our pre-season trackday has always been primarily a social event rather than an all-out test day. You are encouraged to bring partners, friends and family, and to take them out for rides or even let them drive your car if you trust them enough. The good news about running it in February is that the hire price is lower, so we should be able to throw in all the extras like passengers, second drivers and garages FOC. It is Donington, so it won't be dirt cheap, but it should be very good value for money. I'll post soon with a price and an opening date for booking. What if it snows? (A few people here will remember Oulton in, I think, 2006!). If we can't run we should get a credit for an alternative hire date, which we'll probably use for the Friday before our Donington round. I hope as many people as possible will make it. It's always a great day out and a good way to wind gently into the new season. For any drivers new to the club, it's also a great time to get to know people and chat about the cars and the racing without the stress of a race weekend.

Roger Ford on 07 December 2016 at 14:29Link

I'm very happy to announce that APL Health will be title sponsors in 2017, meaning that we will be known as the APL Health Caterham Graduates Championship.

Having started sponsoring the club in 2016, taking the prime position on the side of the bonnet, they have now 'upgraded' for 2017.

Look out for more information about APL Health, branding on the website, their logo on our trophies and of course a new decal for the rear of the cars.

Thanks to Harry Cramer and the team at APL Health for their support.

Charles Elliott on 29 November 2016 at 13:43Link

I'm pleased to announce that registration for the 2017 APL Health Caterham Graduates Championship will open this Thursday, 1st December.

The championship fee is £200, but entries during December will be discounted to £150. Payment, as usual, is through the WorldPay system.

You can sign up through the website, through the Enrol with the Club link under the "About Grads Racing" tab.

(Please note that the link to WorldPay doesn't usually work on Apple's Safari browser, so use an alternative browser such as Chrome, or use a non-Apple device - contact me if you're having problems).

There's a summary of 2017 regulation changes in the Comp Info section. The main change is that video cameras are now mandatory (but don't worry, you're not going to get slapped with a £50 fine every time you forget to put a memory card in or switch it on -  at least, not for the first few meetings).

ps. You may have noticed we have a new name - I'll leave Charles to do the proper introductions.

Roger Ford on 28 November 2016 at 22:42Link

Race numbers for 2017:

Our class numbering system has evolved over the years as we've added new classes. One of the problems we've had in explaining the class system to commentators,  potential new drivers and others is that there was no obvious structure to the numbering.

Therefore for 2017 we'll be adopting the following system. Sigma-engined cars will be numbered 1-99, and K-series and Classics 101 - 199. Faster / newer classes will receive lower numbers, meaning the SigMax champion will be able to take the coveted "number 1" plate for the following year.

1 - 59Sigmax(upgrade of Sigma)
61 - 99 Sigma (2008 - 2013)
101 - 139 Mega (upgrade of Super)
141 - 169 Super (2001 - 2007)
171 - 199 Classic (1995 - 2000)

For anyone who isn't aware, the first 10 slots in each class are reserved for the drivers coming in the corresponding first 10 places in the previous year.

I apologise to anyone who is attached to their current number, or considers it "lucky". I'm afraid you'll have to rely on the lucky underpants instead!

Roger Ford on 21 November 2016 at 16:43Link

Here's the November issue of our newsletter: Graduate News

Recommended for all drivers, potential drivers, and other interested parties.

Many thanks once again to ours newsletter editor, Peter Tattersall.

Roger Ford on 05 November 2016 at 19:46Link

SuperGrads 2017

Following a consultation with drivers, it has been decided not to change SuperGrads for 2017.  Supers will have no specification changes and will keep their own championship table.  We will make a decision on a round-by-round basis as to whether to grid them with Megas according to absolute qualifying time, or whether to give them their own part of the grid as has been usual in the past.

Our regs (section 1.7) already allow for smaller classes - fewer than eight cars - in terms of trophies awarded, and should numbers fall below those figures we would expect to apply those rules.

I'd like to thank everyone who took part in these discussions, and I hope everyone is happy with the final decision.

- Roger

Roger Ford on 20 October 2016 at 14:53Link

Spa passes

Spa passes have been posted out today. All drivers who we expect to be trailering behind a car will receive a "Working Vehicle" pass to park in the main paddock (no vehicle passes are needed for vans or trucks or - we think - motorhomes). Team-supported drivers will receive two car park passes, you will NOT be able to park ordinary cars in the main paddock unless they are tow cars. If we've got it wrong, don't panic, there will be a few extra working vehicle passes available on the day - see Charles.

We currently have one grid space available if anyone wants to put in a last-minute entry. Ask around if you know anyone who might be interested.

Also, I'm sad to say, it looks likely that I won't be able to race due to a knee injury, in which case there will be two places available. I may also have a Francorchamps hotel room and Eurotunnel booking available as well.

Roger Ford on 01 October 2016 at 13:18Link

There is some new info posted in the Comp Info section of the website.

  -   Spa Info Booklet and Detailed Timetable
  -   Spa Scrutineering Checklist
Please read and download these important documents if you are racing at Spa.

You may also want to look at the Spa Travel Checklist - it's a few years old now but is still relevant.

- Roger

Roger Ford on 19 September 2016 at 00:31Link

The initial release of 40 rooms at the Hellidon Lakes Hotel will now be held open until the 26th August (was 12th August).

After that date, an additional 20 rooms will be released and held until 23th September.


Booking on:- 0845 074 0060, option 1. Mention Hellidon Lakes, 12th November, Caterham Graduates.

Peter Marsh on 08 August 2016 at 12:37Link

Here's the August 2016 edition of Graduate News, our club newsletter.

Peter Tattersall volunteered to put this together, and has done a really good job in creating it, editing it, writing content and obtaining it from others. I hope you agree! We would like it to be a regular newsletter, and Peter will value contributions to future editions. Details in the newsletter. Thanks Peter!

Charles on 02 August 2016 at 21:16Link

The Club have been allocated the Pit Garages at Oulton Park for Saturday only, for which there is a Garage Plan here.

There is a paddock plan here  For Saturday, we have the area directly behind the garages plus the nearest two areas shown on the plan (one "vertical" one "sloped" as you view the plan).

If you have not booked a garage for testing, please keep the area directly behind the garages free on the Friday for people using them. You can use the other two areas, or if necessary overflow elsewhere in the paddock (but be ready to move Friday evening).



Mark Carter on 02 August 2016 at 10:15Link




Following the success of our previous Awards Dinner events, the 3rd CGRC Awards Evening Dinner will be held at the Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel on Saturday, 12th November 2016.

This will enable the club to appropriately recognize and congratulate the CGRC championship winners, runners up and special awards winners with recipients receiving their individual championship trophy from the guest speaker - Paul O'Neill (a prominent BTCC competitor and presenter).

This prestigious black tie event will be held at the Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel on the Warwickshire / Northamptonshire border near Daventry, close to the M1 and M40.

Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel is a 4 star, 110 bedroom hotel and conference centre set in a spectacular location.

The range of facilities at the hotel available include:-

  • 18 hole golf course
  • Swimming pool
  • Gym / fitness centre
  • Spa / beauty therapy centre
  • 4 lane bowling alley
  • Fishing lakes
  • Helicopter landing pad (if required)


There are currently 60 bedrooms allocated to our function.

The first release of 40 rooms will be available from 12th August. Should you miss this allocation, the second release of 20 rooms will be available from 23rd September

  • Bed and Breakfast is at a discounted rate of £85 for a double room and £80 for a single room. Bedrooms can be booked and paid direct with the hotel on 0845 074 0060. 
  • All bookings must be pre-paid. Room bookings should mention the date, hotel name and event name "Caterham Graduates Awards Dinner".
  • Upgrades and extended stay options are available at the time of booking
  • Entry to rooms is from 3.00pm on the 12th and are to be vacated by 11.00am on the 13th November.
  • Should all 60 allocated rooms be pre-booked, any additional rooms will be at the best rate available with Hellidon Lakes.

EVENING itinerary:-

  • Commences at 6.30pm
  • Drinks reception in the Marston Suite Lounge (welcome drinks provided)
  • Transfer to the Marston Suite (seated at tables of 8 or 10 people/table)
  • Introduction from Chris Dawes - who commentates at many of the major UK race circuits as well as on Motors TV
  • 2016 season highlights / lowlights video
  • 3 course meal (with 3 choices for each course) with tea or coffee and 4 bottles of wine per table
  • Special Guest Speaker:-  Paul O'Niell
    •             - British Touring Car Championship driver from 2001 to 2013
    •             - British GT Championship driver - 2007 to 2014
    •             - Current ITV 4 Commentator
    •             - Appeared in BBC "Top Gear"
    •             - Appeared in series 2 of Classic Car Rescue
    •             - Taken 2 wins in the Mazda MX-5 Super Cup.
  • Presentation of awards compered by Chris Dawes and presented by Paul O'Neill.
  • Dance / drink / socialise to disco
  • Event closes at 1.00am
  • Bar lounge open for residents for as long as required

Tickets cost £60 per person and can be booked through the Graduates' Event Booking System.

Please note you must update your race schedule using the "definite" box for the "Awards Evening - 12th November"  to enable payment to be made via the club payment system in the club website.



It is anticipated that the event will be booked up quickly and tickets will be available on a first come first served basis.

Please book early to avoid disappointment


Peter Marsh,  

  Tel 07967 706363

Peter Marsh on 01 August 2016 at 19:04Link

Tomorrow is the last day to enter Oulton Park without being charged a late fee. I haven't done the usual chase-up of people who said they were going to enter but haven't yet - so if you're one of the people who regularly gets emails from me saying "Are you racing at XXX?" it's time to put your entry in.

Roger Ford on 26 July 2016 at 17:57Link

The Caterham Graduates driving standards team has identified two on track incident where one car has pulled over towards another car with the potential for causing a collision.  In both cases the car that moved over did not have a driver’s side mirror.  Currently our regulations 5.6.2 (ii) d refer to MSA requirements Q19.15.1. The MSA requirements only define the area of the mirror,not the number of mirrors.

The following change to the regulation has been requested.

5.3.2 (xviii) A minimum of two mirrors shall be fitted. One shall be mounted on the windscreen or rollcage as an ‘internal rear view’ mirror and one shall be mounted on the driver’s side of the car as an “external rear view” mirror.  It is permitted to fit additional mirrors. Mirrors shall meet the MSA requirements Q19.15.1

This change may be made immediately on the grounds of safety, rather than waiting until next year and subject to MSA approval could be in place before our Oulton Park races.  In any case the change will be introduced in next year’s regulations.

Therefore it is recommended that competitors who do not have two mirrors, fit additional mirrors to meet the requirements of the proposed change in regulations.

Nick Haryett on 13 July 2016 at 11:19Link

Spa bookings open for non-priority bookings at 7pm tonight. More info in this post.

If you have (or think you should have) a priority booking but haven't yet booked, I suggest you do it earlier rather than later.  If there any issues it won't be possible to do anything about once normal booking has opened.

Roger Ford on 05 July 2016 at 10:23Link

Oulton Park

At Oulton there will be a 20 minute free practice session at the start of the day. This is excellent value at 30 pounds, and can be booked via the BARC race entry system. The International (full) circuit will be in use, and the quali sessions are 20 minutes.  That's a lot of track time to fit in a single day - make sure your car, and you, are fully fit for the day.

Spa Entries

Entry for our Spa races will open very soon via the CGRC Event Entry System

  • The entry fee is 575 pounds, which covers 2.5 hours of track time - 2 x 30 minute practice sessions, 30 minute qualifying, and 2 x 30 minute races.
  • All classes will race together. There are 65 places on the grid

  • As in previous years, priority entry will be granted to the 33 drivers who have raced in all the rounds up to and including Thruxton. Priority entry opens on Friday 1st July at 7pm.

  • All remaining places will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis on Tuesday 5th July at 7pm. After the 65 places are filled there will be up to 13 reserve places available.

  • In order to enter, your race schedule must show that you are "Definitely" racing at Spa.

For newcomers, note that you must have a "National A" licence to race at Spa. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained the necessary signatures and upgraded your licence prior to the event.

In the past, our Spa races have sold out within minutes. To make sure your entry goes through smoothly, I would suggest these precautions:

  • Make sure you're available, at your PC, at 7pm on the 5th. If you're not able to do that, consider asking someone else to enter on your behalf.

  • Make sure your profile is complete and says you are definitely racing at Spa.

  • Have your credit or debit card to hand (credit cards have a 4.5% surcharge to cover WorldPay fees).

  • If you move around, make sure you know the "billing address" for your card.

  • Make sure you know any Verified by Visa / Mastercard Securecode needed.

  • Finally, please note that the WorldPay booking system doesn't like the default Safari browser on Apple devices (Macs, iPhones and iPads). I suggest using a PC, if possible, or installing Google Chrome as a second browser, and booking through that.

If that all fails, and you end up as a reserve, don't despair. In the past, all of our reserves have always got to race. Several people always drop out for one reason or another in the weeks before the event. There are, of course, no guarantees - but it's more than likely you will get to race.

Roger Ford on 29 June 2016 at 10:51Link

Brands Info

There is a paddock plan available in the Comp Info section of the website.
Please only park in our areas - don't encroach into the 2CV section at the top of the third block. Note the section against the wall at the far left isn't allocated on BARC's plan, that could be used as overflow space if necessary.

Power:  Power is available all round the edge of the circuit, but not in the central sections. If you need to run cables to the centre, please make sure they are run through the cut-out ducts in the tarmac. Screwfix will sell you a 45m cable drum for £32, which is hard to beat. You will need to change the plug or use a "caravan adapter" (preferably a waterproof one!)

Testing: Full-day sessions are still available, half-day ones are sold out. If you're thinking of booking, please see Bill's post below before you do.


The club's Annual General Meeting will be held at 5:15pm on Saturday (or slightly later if racing is delayed) in the CGRC awning in the paddock.

As an incentive to attend the AGM, we will be giving away five pairs of tyres kindly donated by Yokohama.  You DO need to be a registered CGRC competitor attending the AGM to enter the draw, but you don't need to be actually racing at Brands.

If you've not yet looked through the info provided by our board candidates, please check it out here

Saturday Evening Event

This will be held in the MSV Centre, which is the building outside Clearways near the main entrance to the circuit.


I may have one or two spare tickets for anyone who is not racing but is coming for the evening event. Contact me at the circuit or on 07785 728512.


Roger Ford on 22 June 2016 at 15:27Link

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