The Caterham Seven 310R is a new championship, representing a well established and successful formula in Caterham racing.

The ultimate evolution of the Academy car, the power is increased to 152bhp giving it a power-to-weight ratio well in excess of a Porsche 911 and requiring a limited slip differential to transfer that to the track.

In pre-season development, the Seven 310R was so successful that it resulted in a road version being launched to rave press reviews. Looking similar to the Seven 270R, the Seven 310R shares its race suspension and an aeroscreen to replace the original windscreen.


310R package

  • 15 championship races
  • 7 double-header race weekends
  • 30 minute races
  • Race 1 finish position is race 2 grid position
  • 30 points for a win, descending to 1 point for all classified finishers
  • 1 point for fastest lap
  • Three drop scores
  • Professional team support permitted

About the car

  • Originally 2014 onwards Academy cars
  • Upgraded to Roadsport, then Seven 270R with Avon ZZS tyres & a rear anti-roll bar, stiffer springs and dampers, wider track front suspension, windscreen and lights removed
  • Thereafter upgraded to Seven 310R with more powerful 152bhp engine and limited slip differential for increased traction and improved cornering

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Final 2022 Seven 310R Leaderboard

Check below for the final 2022 Seven 310R Championship Standings

Swipe
Pos No Driver Points
1 88 Pete Walters 336
2 17 Harry George 331
3 35 Jack Sales 318
4 9 Harry Cook 308
5 34 Blair McConachie 299
6 70 Lars Hoffmann 276
7 71 Alan Cooper 275
8 59 Tom Cockerill 222
9 11 Carl Jones 220
10 43 Allan Curtis 214
11 14 Fraser Jones 188
12 13 James Wingfield 186
13 38 Geoff Price 175
14 4 David Baldwin 166
15 21 Harry Landy 161
16 10 Chris Fraser 160
17 5 Ben Lopez-Appleton 159
18 55 Harry Eyre 154
19 77 Kevin Cooper 153
20 15 David Yates 151
21 16 Steven Metcalfe 147
22 50 Wes Payne 134
23 73 Dan Clayphan 119
24 2 Stephen Lyall 114
25 61 Angus Maclaine 111
26 99 Michael Kerley 107
27 65 Duncan Cooke 102
28 49 Henry Willaims 100
29 8 Daryl Cresswell 98
30 53 Tim Steel 84
31 22 Gary Curtis 84
32 56 David Morgan 78
33 97 Oliver Smith 78
34 30 Roger Gaunt 74
35 75 Paul Hearnden 45
36 68 Chris Welch 41
37 52 Pete Wales 29
38 3 Nick Allbones 14
39 23 Martin Gleich 12

Final 2022 Seven 310R 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 71 Alan Cooper 143
2 70 Lars Hoffmann 136
3 43 Allan Curtis 124
4 16 Steven Metcalfe 99
5 14 Fraser Jones 97
6 4 David Baldwin 93
7 77 Kevin Cooper 93
8 38 Geoff Price 92
9 55 Harry Eyre 91
10 5 Ben Lopez-Appleton 85
11 21 Harry Landy 81
12 50 Wes Payne 76
13 61 Angus Maclaine 74
14 99 Michael Kerley 68
15 10 Chris Fraser 67
16 53 Tim Steel 63
17 65 Duncan Cooke 58
18 73 Dan Clayphan 54
19 75 Paul Hearnden 42
20 22 Gary Curtis 41
21 8 Daryl Cresswell 40
22 49 Henry Williams 39
23 30 Roger Gaunt 39
24 56 David Morgan 33
25 97 Oliver Smith 31
26 15 David Yates 16
27 12 Finlay Cooper 7
28 68 Chris Welch 7
29 52 Pete Wales 5
30 23 Martin Gleich 3
31 3 Nick Allbones 2

Seven 310R Championship Past Winners

The hallowed Caterham Seven 310R 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

Swipe
Year Driver Car
2022 Pete Walters Caterham Seven 310R
2021 Lewis Thompson Caterham Seven 310R
2020 Greg Monks Caterham Seven 310R
2019 Gordon Sawyer Caterham Seven 310R
2018 Chris Hutchinson Caterham Seven 310R
2017 Lee Bristow Caterham Seven 310R

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