We know that our December track day has yet to run, but as it’s only got a couple of places remaining at the time of writing our customer reservations list is pretty much complete for this year.
So here’s what booked with BHP TrackDays during 2014 in ascending order of popularity listed by make.
The top manufacturers were BMW, closely followed by Renault. Then came Caterham, Mazda and Porsche in descending order giving us our top five makes for 2014.
In terms of individual saloon car models, the Renault Clio just beat the BMW 3 series (including M3 and variants) into second place (35 for Renault versus 33 for BMW).
The Caterham 7 was the leading sports car make and was fairly comfortably ahead of their rival the Mazda MX5. That’s pretty good going for a car that’s been around for over 50 years. The MX5, however, remains the most successful sports car ever worldwide.
|3Exocet & Sonic
|Various including 1975 Giulia CoupeType ZR
|#15||ArialFiat & Seat||AtomVarious||4|
|Various including an MGB V8 Roadster 1968
Various EVO models including EVO VIII and X
|#12||AudiWestfield||Various including an Audi 80 Sport 1985Various||10|
|#11||Ford||Various including a Mexico||11|
|Mainly Civics but including 1 Integra and 4 x PreludesElise’s plus 1 Elite and 5 x Exige’s||17|
|#7||Radical||SR4 & SR3||18|
|Various including 5 x Skyline GTRs & R34s and 4 x 350Z’s10 x 106’s plus 2 x 205’s and 2 x 306’s
|#4||Mazda||Mainly MX5 plus 1 x RX7 and 1 x RX8||26|
|#2||Renault||All Clio’s except for 6 x Megane||43|
|#1||BMW||Almost exclusively M3 plus 1 x 130, 1 x Z3, 1 x M5 and 12 x Mini||48|