MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR) - the racing division of MSV
MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR) is the racing division of MSV, owner and operator of four of the UK's best racing circuits - Brands Hatch, Oulton Park, Snetterton 300 and Cadwell Park.
MSVR is committed to providing the highest levels of efficiency, value and enjoyment for its competitors.
Having run its first meeting in March 2006, MSVR has successfully organised prestigious international events such as DTM, FIA Formula Two and International GT Open in addition to a number of club-level events, and is still the fastest growing race meeting organiser in the country. It will also organise the new BRDC Formula 4 Championship which will launch in 2013.
MSVR's portfolio of race series expanded for 2008 to include the organisation of the British Superbike Championship, the worlds premier national bike championship.
MSVR continued to organise the British Superbike Championship in 2009 as well as the Formula Palmer Audi Championship, the Lotus on Track Elise Trophy, the SPEED series and the GT Cup. The Production BMW Championship and Toyo Tires Racing Saloons also joined MSVR in 2009.
2010 was the most successful season so far and saw MSVR organising up to forty events across the UK, at venues like Silverstone and Thruxton in addition to the four MSV circuits. MSVR's portfolio increased even further with the addition of the Trofeo Abarth 500 GB Championship, GT Trophy, Golf GTI Championship, V.A.G. Trophy, Champion of Brands, Heritage GTCC and Monoposto as a guest championship.
2011 saw the MSVR portfolio increase even further with the addition of the Radical Clubman's Cup, Radical UK Cup and the MINI Challenge to an already impressive Championship portfolio. MSVR worked closely with the LoTRDC in creating the new for 2011 Lotus Cup UK which ran as a Championship in 2011 and had manufacturer backing from Lotus Cars. MSVR also promoted and organised the new F3 Cup.
2012 proved to be MSVR's busiest year yet with more than 30 meetings located across the UK's premier circuits. MSVR championships and series also featured prominently in national media, with bumper grids all year.
The club continues to attract new championships and series with the newly formed Atom Cup joining its portfolio in 2013, as well as the new Radical SR1 Cup and aforementioned BRDC Formula 4 Championship.