Smart Car 4two Cup
The Smart Car 4two Cup is one of the most affordable ways to get into true circuit racing...
Smarts4youracing are the creators of the 4two cup, the UK’s first and only race series for Smart Cars.
Smarts4youracing also source, design, modify and market some of the finest performance parts for Smart Cars. All the parts and accessories are made by some of the UK’s best motorsport manufacturers.
The race series also provides a rigourous testing ground for the components. This benefits any Smart Car owner wishing to modify their vehicle and providing reassurance that these parts are more than capable of the job they were designed for.
The Smarts4youracing website has details of the 4two cup and any other race activities taking place in 2012
There is also an E-Commerce shop offering racing products for this series.
Smart Car 4two Cup Race Reports
David Moore dominates opening races of 2012 Smart Car 4two Cup Series
Continuing his multiple race-winning form from the Smart Cup Invitation race in Belgium 3 weeks ago, David Moore dominated the opening weekend of the 2012 Smart Car 4two Cup Series at Donnington Park, Leicestershire on Sunday 22nd April 2012 with a field consisting of 22 cars.
Run on the support programme of the Britcar championship and with the first two rounds of the series being held on the National circuit, the Tockwith Motorsports racer – driving a Smart451 (130bhp) category car, posted a pole position, fastest lap and the win in race one and 3rdplace on the grid, fastest lap and another victory in race two, with both races being run under a 20 minute format.
In wet conditions, race one saw the Yorkshireman pull out a comfortable gap to the opposition which also featured a field of invited 11 Belgian-based Smart Cup cars running eight 451-spec cars and three 450 (90bhp) machines, to win ahead of sister Sarah Moore (car No6) and the visiting Swedish female driver Maiken Rassmussen (car No456). Held in drier conditions, race 2 saw the Harrogate-born driver build a steady 0.5s per lap gap to eventually finish 6.2s clear of No9 driver Jake Jackson and sister Sarah in the No3 car.
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 April 2012 15:30