Welcome to Run What You Brung Time Attack
Low cost entry fee includes competition licence, club membership and transponder hire
4 x 15-minute sessions against the clock
Minimal equipment required
Help and advice for beginners
Introduced in 2019, the ‘Run What You Brung’ category is where the Time Attack story begins. This no-nonsense category for all types of cars runs alongside the main Championship and is the perfect way to find out what ‘against-the-clock’ motorsport is all about.
Whilst it’s ideal for drivers who are trackday regulars, the RWYB class is also perfect for first-timers and those who have never driven on a racetrack before. It’s open to all types of production car, whether it’s absolutely standard, or modified. Cars must have fully functioning OE lights and run within the blanket 105db noise limit.
Only a minimal amount of equipment is required to get started. For the car, it’s a four-point harness and a hand-held fire extinguisher, whilst for the driver it’s an approved helmet, race suit, boots and gloves. Consequently, costs can be kept to a minimum.
The RWYB sessions are integrated into the programme at each Time Attack Championship event. They feature four, timed, 15-minute sessions during the course of the day that provide drivers with an hour of competitive track time run under Motorsport UK/Time Attack competition conditions.
Due to having their own specific set of timing sheets from each session, RWYB competitors will not be eligible for awards or be able to apply notable comparisons to Time Attack Championship contenders, given the rules are different. There will also be no demarcation between the type and specification of the cars and therefore, there are no separate classes.
Unlike drivers taking part in the main Time Attack Championship, RWYB drivers do not need to fit controlled Pirelli tyres. Therefore, any road-based tyre is allowed. Slicks and racing wets are not.
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