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TR Register Sprint and Hillclimb Championship

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Entry Form for the 2020 season: PDF Version | Word Doc Version.

2020 TR Register / Revington TR Sprint and Hillclimb Championship Regulations

Getting started in the Revington TR / TR Register Hillclimb and Sprint Championship in 2020

Technical Declaration Form 2020 : PDF Version | Word Doc Version.

Bogey Times Updated (April 2020) - coming soon.

2020 Programme and Fixtures

= CORONAVIRUS UPDATE = TR Register Hillclimb and Sprint Championship

Motorsport UK have announced it is suspending all organising permits and Certificates of Exemption until at least 30th April 2020. This suspension follows the latest guidance issued by HM UK Government in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. This position will be constantly reviewed given prevailing information.

Motorsport UK have thanked all of their members, organisers, officials, volunteers, staff and their families for their support during these unprecedented times. Motorsport UK will continue to monitor the situation and will resume sporting activity as soon as possible. Motorsport UK reminded members that they have a responsibility and duty of care to staff who will be working from home, so please be patient with any queries you may have.

David Richards, chairman of Motorsport UK, explained, “Clearly we live in challenging times and exceptional measures are required. The decision to suspend Motorsport UK permits on a temporary basis is not one that was taken lightly as the industry employs many thousands of people. However we have an over-riding responsibility to our members and the friends and families of our community. Furthermore, our social responsibilities extend to the broader population and the potential drain on valuable public health resources on which we are all reliant. The situation is very fluid and we will continue to monitor developments over the coming weeks and hope that we can resume the annual motorsport calendar at the opportune moment. In the immediate short term our efforts need to be focused on ensuring that the industry that backs up the sport has the financial support that it requires from the Government in order that it can be sustained beyond this extraordinary scenario.”

As per the advice given in the statement from Motorsport UK above, the start of the Hillclimb and Sprint season will be postponed until further notice. This includes the first three rounds at Goodwood, Curborough and Gurston Down. Roger McEwen will issue news and a revised fixtures list for the rest of this year's rounds from May onwards, via these pages and