The fourth edition of the FIA Masters will bring together the top contenders of numerous National Championships in Braga, Portugal in early October this year. Entries are expected from over twenty countries with South Africa expected to bring a team for the first time. Each driver will have to drive the car which they competed in and qualified during the season.
To qualify to compete in Portugal competitors must enter the British Hillclimb Championship presented by Avon Tyres or the newly rebranded BHC Cup presented by Footman James (formally Leaders Championship). Qualifying criteria as follows:
The UK drivers eligible to enter the Masters are defined in Appendix 1 to the event Sporting Regulations but in brief are: The 10 highest placed drivers in the Motorsport UK British Hillclimb Championship The 3 highest placed drivers in 4 categories in the BHC Cup (formally Leaders Championship), i.e.: Roadgoing Production Cars (classes A & B) Modified Production Cars (classes C & D) Sports Libre Cars (classes F & G) Racing Cars (classes H – L. The top lady and driver under 25 in the British Hillclimb Championship at the qualifying date will also be invited to enter. The qualifying line will be drawn after the August Shelsley event. Drivers will then be invited to enter the Braga event.
To enter the British Hillclimb Championship presented by Avon Tyres and/or the BHC Cup presented by Footman James please click here.
Updates on progress towards qualification will be published on this website throughout the season.