About Turismo X

About Turismo X

About The Championship

The Club Racing revolution is here! Offering a truly unique race format, the top ten fastest drivers in Qualifying will take on ‘Super Pole’ – a winner takes all shootout for the front of the grid. Each event will see competitors vie for victory across two, team-inspired sprint races, offering plenty of excitement and intense racing action. With the introduction of the X Class allowing cars up to 300 bhp/tonne, the grid will include some of the highest-powered machinery seen on any MSVT grid to date!

High-end cars deserve High-end circuits and, as such, Turismo X will visit some of the UK’s finest, most challenging tracks, including: Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Snetterton, Oulton Park, and Donington Park. The Championships impressive calendar ensures that both cars and drivers will be tested to their limits.

With Turismo X offering generous prizes alongside the point scoring system, this is truly a Championship which offers plenty for competitors both on and off the track.


25 minutes of qualifying leads into a ‘winner takes all’ Super Pole shoot out for the top ten, setting the grid for race one. Teams of one or two drivers will then battle it out over two 20 minute races, with the results of the first race dictating the grid for the second.


Class X: 241 - 300 bhp/tonne
Class S: 206 - 240 bhp/tonne
Class A: 176 - 205 bhp/tonne
Class B: Up to 175 bhp/tonne

Guest/Invitation Class: Any other Production and Production based Saloon, Hatchback and Sports car that we have given permission to join the championship or single event.


Four classes – four class winners
Class Winners will receive a prize drive as part of a team in a select EnduroKA race weekend. 


  • Meet the basic Motorsport UK standards for safety (check out our Guide to Motorsport UK Scrutineering Requirements)
  • No more than 300 bhp per tonne
  • Minimum weight of 600kg (post-race and with driver)
  • Tyres must be either 4 matching Yokohama A052/ Dunlop Direzza/ Nankang AR-1/ MRF ZTR - All tyres must be the same and supplied via Darkside Developments
  • Forced Induction vehicles in the championship are subject to regulations regarding additional ballast
  • 4WD vehicles are not permitted

Aerodynamic devices are permitted, in terms of fixed rear wings/diffusers and front splitters only, and providing that they comply with the provisions set out in the Motorsport UK Yearbook. It is implicit that these devices must be approved by the scrutineers. Active aero/DRS systems are not permitted.

View our latest regulations here.