The latest kitcar manufacturer to be given its own race series is MK SPORTSCARS.

With the first few examples already racing in Sports 1000 this season, MK Cup 200 cars feature a sealed Suzuki Hayabusa race engine (via bike engine specialists RLM Racing) to ensure equal performance and managed costs, built alongside MK’s cost-effective Lotus Seven-inspired chassis.

Along with 750MC’s evergreen Locost Championship and the popular Ma7da Championship, these sequential gearbox-equipped machines complete a trio of formulae in the club inspired by the original Lotus that made such an impact in 750MC’s formative years; and now offer a ladder of Seven-inspired performance within the same paddock.

Interested? Why not pop along to MotorsportDays LIVE 2022 on November 4-5 at Silverstone’s International circuit to see the Cup 200s in detail and maybe get behind the wheel?

Full pricing including a 750MC Foundation Programme option will be announced soon – in the meantime visit or, of course, ENDS.