The Caterham Seven 270R championship is firmly established as the ‘coming‑of‑age’ championship for those progressing out of the Academy through Roadsport. Unlike the lower categories, there is no restriction on professional team support or driver experience. Drivers may have several years of experience, making this a fiercely fought championship.

The Seven 270R cars have typically made their way up from the Academy from 2014 onwards, with most originally being modified 2016 – 2020 Academy cars.

They have now developed into race focused machines, with stiffer suspension and removal of the windscreen and lights giving them a very similar look to their Seven 310R big brother.


270R package

  • 14 championship races
  • 7 double-header race weekends
  • 30 minute races
  • 25 points for a win, descending to 1 point for all classified finishers
  • 1 point for fastest lap
  • Two drop scores
  • Professional team support permitted

About the car

  • Typically first upgraded to Roadsport with Avon ZZS tyres & a rear anti-roll bar
  • Originally 2015 onwards Academy cars
  • Upgraded to Seven 270R specification with the following:
  • Stiffer springs and dampers
  • Wider track front suspension
  • Windscreen and lights removed
  • Stiffer suspension and track orientated tyres increase grip and give a real race car feel and experiences

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Final 2022 Seven 270R Leaderboard

Check below for the final 2022 Seven 270R Championship Standings

Swipe
Pos No Driver Points
1 11 Taylor O'Flanagan 281
2 25 Domenique Mannsperger 281
3 22 Hugo Bush 268
4 16 Philip Bianchi 245
5 4 Anthony Taylor 192
6 99 Toby Boyes 185
7 97 Gwyn Jones 168
8 96 Peter Mott 166
9 38 Ryan Lovett 160
10 27 Chris Efremidis 137
11 17 Alex Vincent 126
12 98 James Hall 122
13 12 Ron Mounsey 98
14 53 Michael Chaplin 97
15 33 Ryan Erroll 97
16 49 Steve Lancaster 97
17 51 Simon Arnold 87
18 14 Jonathan Ramsay 80
19 52 Kevin Turner 76
20 10 Gareth Lucas 72
21 84 Stefano Marra 68
22 2 Andy Lund 67
23 71 Giles Perry 66
24 57 Ian Hapgood 59
25 64 Guiseppe Felet 56
26 48 Richard Hoare 54
27 88 William Brunt 52
28 79 Ryan Meager 43
29 77 Dave Currey 39
30 6 Marcus Eales 29
31 15 Ian Brown 27
32 31 John Cox 25
33 20 Chris Griffith 21
34 9 Ian Harris 20
35 61 Paul Voakes 16
36 70 Michael Hilton 16
37 8 Michael Khoo 13

Final 2022 Seven 270R Three Nations Cup

New for 2022, the Three Nations Cup allows all drivers (including guest entries) to compete for an alternative podium. Four rounds qualify for the cup allowing two drop scores (that is why it is the Three Nations not Four!) - Silverstone GP, Knockhill, Anglesey and Spa-Francorchamps - but if you finish it the top 3 for any of those, you're out of the running. Fourth has never looked so good.

Swipe
Pos No Driver Points
1 42 Ben Buckley 123
2 99 Toby Boyes 113
3 4 Anthony Taylor 102
4 96 Peter Mott 85
5 17 Alex Vincent 83
6 98 James Hall 73
7 97 Gwyn Jones 68
8 14 Jonathan Ramsay 62
9 10 Gareth Lucas 61
10 12 Ron Mounsey 60
11 33 Ryan Erroll 54
= 49 Steven Lancaster 54
13 38 Ryan Lovett 54
14 57 Ian Hapgood 53
= 64 Giuseppe Felet 53
16 71 Giles Perry 48
17 2 Andy Lund 43
18 74 Alan Venters 30
19 84 Stefano Marra 29
20 52 Kevin Turner 26
21 77 Dave Currey 25
22 27 Chris Efremidis 24
23 88 William Brunt 21
24 20 Chris Griffith 18
25 51 Simon Arnold 16
26 31 John Cox 14
27 15 Ian Brown 12
28 79 Ryan Meager 11
29 8 Michael Khoo 10
30 48 Richard Hoare 5
31 70 Michael Hilton 3
32 6 Marcus Eales 1
= 29 Andrew Berg 1
34 9 Ian Harris 0
= 44 Nick Timpson 0
= 53 Michael Chaplin 0
= 61 Paul Voakes 0

Seven 270R Championship Past Winners

The hallowed Caterham Seven 270R Championship Hall of Fame celebrates the few who have had the talent and speed to earn their place in Caterham Motorsport history with overall championship glory

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Year Driver Car
2022 Taylor O'Flanagan Caterham Seven 270R
2021 Blair McConachie Caterham Seven 270R
2020 Lars Hoffmann Caterham Seven 270R
2019 Daniel French Caterham Seven 270R
2018 Jamie Falvey Caterham Seven 270R
2017 Russ Olivant Caterham Seven 270R
2016 Anthony Barnes Caterham Tracksport
2015 Tim Dickens Caterham Tracksport
2014 Stephen Nuttall Caterham Tracksport
2013 Michael Gazda Caterham Tracksport
2012 David Robinson Caterham Tracksport
2011 Reece Somerfield Supersport 125bhp
2010 James MacLachlan Supersport 125bhp
2010 Jamie Orton Roadsport-A
2009 Rapheal Fiorentino Roadsport-A
2008 Phil Broad Roadsport-A
2007 Jeremy Ellis Roadsport-A
2006 Gary Halcrow Roadsport-A
2005 Guy Harrington Roadsport-Inter

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