Welcome to the home of the 2021 Swallow Hill Homes F1000 Championship


The latest news and race reports from the championship.

The F1000 Championship launched its 2020 race schedule, the new title sponsor, BuilditFinance.com and the full range of rewards on the opening day of the MSD Live 2019 event at Silverstone International.

F1000 has agreed title partnership for the 2020 season, with an option for 2021, with BuilditFinance.com, an innovative company that helps you finance your property development so you can get building.

2019 has seen the biggest grid growth for over a decade with F1000 now the UK’s fastest growing singleseater championship.

F1000 has agreed title sponsorship for the 2019 season with 365Hosts, a web hosting company offering exceptional customer service with a wide product offering and world class technical support.

It's the biggest karting Show of the year and the F1000 Championship with our new team Chiron World Sportscars was there, displaying the Jedi Racing car as raced by the 2000 Formula A World Champion, Colin Brown.

With immediate effect, the F1000 Championship will transfer to 750 Motor Club from the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC).

Donington Park was the backdrop to the Speed Group F1000 Championship season finale, and the eighteen car grid provided some great racing as Michael Watton was crowned champion for a second successive year.

A return to Croft after eight years away produced some great racing over the weekend, as three different winners emerged from the three races, with the drivers having to deal with changeable weather.

Many F1000 racers have benefitted from the coaching, simulator, performance assessment and other facilities provided by iZone which is based near Silverstone. We are delighted, therefore, to announce that our partnership will continue, enabling current and prospective drivers to access these benefits with a 10% discount.

The partnership between Logomeup and F1000 Championship will continue for the 2019 season.

Michael Watton extended his 2018 Speed Group F1000 Championship lead as he took a clean sweep of wins at Castle Combe.

Former Champion, Rob Sayell, made it two wins out of three at Rockingham, in his final outing in the Speed group F1000 Championship before retiring.

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