Autograss Car Racing
Autograss racing is the biggest form of amateur motor racing in Britain and it has more competitors than any other. It takes place at venues throughout England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It has been going in some form or another since the 1960’s, although only became an official Motorsport in the 1970’s. Autograss is car racing on natural surfaces such as grass or mud and it is usually held on 400 metre oval tracks although this varies. For health and safety all cars must have a roll cage installed. They must also have an on-board fire extinguisher fitted within easy reach of the driver.
Rolling Road time
After spending winter building the race car to meet the specifications of The National Autograss Sport Association the car was ready to see how it ran on the rolling road.