THE 2023 TRIPLE M HSA SPEED CHAMPIONSHIP REGULATIONS
The 2023 Triple M HSA Speed Championship Regulations can be downloaded here:
For 2023 the Championship, Triple M Motorsport continue their headline sponsorship of the long running HSA Speed Championship . It is made up of 32 rounds (best 9 scores to count), continuing with its usual mix of venues and concludes with the season finale double header at Curborough.
In 2023 the Championship closely follows the well received 2022 calendar and returns to the British Motor Museum at Gaydon for the awards lunch on November 19th.
A number of significant changes have been introduced for 2023:
The scoring system. Previously competitors were awarded 12 points for simply breaking the existing HSA Class record but in future more points will be awarded on a sliding scale depending on by how much the record was broken.
Classes. Class A3 Road Cars Series Production over 2000cc is now for 2WD cars only and Class A4 Road Cars Series Production over 2000cc is for 4WD cars.
Tie breaks. The tie-break rules have been updated to make them clearer and easier to apply.
A Junior class has been introduced for young drivers aged between 14 and 16. See this article on Junior Sprinting that appeared in Speedscene 216.
You may register for the 2023 Triple M HSA Speed Championship by filling out the registration form and sending with a cheque for £35, payable to the Hillclimb and Sprint Association Ltd, to the championship co-ordinator (details on the entry form). Please ensure that your HSA membership is up to date or that your membership application has been submitted before registering for the Championship.
Alternatively you can register on-line here and pay through PayPal using either your PayPal account or with your credit card.
If you are paying by Paypal please remember to wait after you have clicked on 'Pay Now' until Paypal returns you to the HSA web site and your registration number and details are displayed on screen. You will then be sent a confirmation email and your details will appear in the list of competitors.
The 2023 Triple M HSA Speed Championship entry form can be downloaded here:
Finally, a 6 round 'Challenge' for Pre 1994 Formula Ford Cars has been included in the HSA Speed Championship. It is open to competitors with Pre '94 FF cars conforming to Class J1. Competitors who register in the HSA Speed Championship in Class J1 will be eligible for the Challenge. Pre '94 Competitors not wishing to take part in the full HSA Speed Championship may register for the Challenge by paying the £7 fee here, following which they will be contacted by the organisers.
NOTE: There is a mistake in the regs as the final two events held at Curborough in October will constitute the last 4 rounds of the FF Challenge.
Formula Ford Kent Technical Regulations