Online Entry is now live
Norasport Online entry system is now live
Please note you must have a licence if you want to race. The first round takes place next week.
Please follow this link to enter and note the one day option discount is applied at checkout
Please note whilst we are continuing to operate a no spectator policy in line with the government guidelines, access is restricted to circuits. Please ensure you have either your one-event licence or annual licence prior to attending the first and second meeting. They are available from here
Every racer that takes out an annual membership will be eligible for FREE digital photographs from Norasport’s new retained photographer Geoff Brooks. Plus don’t forget that the advanced licence gives a fantastic level of personal accident cover for only a small additional fee.
Every competitor that competes in the Championships should purchase their own Transponder. This will save each racer up to £100 for a full season, as well as providing full race results for an individual but most importantly reliability as the Nora Transponders are now past their best. You must use the “orange” MX transponder from AMB, follow this link to buy for only £84.00
On race day two all three “A” races will be live streamed with commentary. To sign up for your free account go to here.
Rules & Regulations
All Championship Conditions, Technical Regulations, Sporting Code, and the COVID Guidelines have now been updated and will be on the Nora website soon.
Please note these changes to the Superlite regulations:
These are designed to tighten up some eligibility rules and to keep the sport within everyone’s budget. The changes needed before round 1 are simple, the addition of decal on the car bodywork showing the approximate location of the fire extinguisher. The need for S10s to retain the bar code & manufacturer’s sticker on the ECU. Tyre warmers are now prohibited.
From November 1st 2021 twin master cylinders will become compulsory.
In 2022 we will be running with a single control tyre for all classes. All competitors should read and familiarise themselves with all the relevant information before the first round.