MR2 Championship - Sponsors


The MR2 Championship couldn't be what it is today without the support of our fabulous sponsors. Our relationship with these companies goes far beyond just carrying stickers on a car and we use the products and services they offer within the race series. Please take the time to visit their websites and check them out!

In 2009, Toyota's president Akio Toyoda announced that his company were withdrawing from Formula 1. Apologising to fans, Toyoda made a commitment that Toyota would instead spread it's motorsport budget more widely and invest in grass roots racing.

In the UK, the biggest and most popular Toyota specific racing series is indeed the MR2 Championship, and Toyota's support raised more than a few eyebrows in motorsport circles. Manufacturers hardly ever support a car that is no longer in production, underlining Toyota's altruism in this venture.

Toyota provide discounted parts for registered competitors as well as a journalist who produces a professional race report and high quality photos for each round. 

Millers Oils have a long standing tradition of involvement in grass roots motorsport through their Rising Stars programme.  Registered competitors in the MR2 Championship benefit from discounted prices on Millers Oils revolutionary new Nanodrive low friction technology oil which reduces engine wear and coolant temperatures as well as providing a boost in power.

Millers oils also provide the excellent television coverage enjoyed by the MR2 Championship which is broadcast on MotorsTV around two weeks after each meeting. You can catch up with the latest episode on the Millers Oils YouTube channel.

If you're spectating at an MR2 Championship race, please feel free to stop by the Millers Oils hospitality area in the paddock.

Bilstein are one of the very few manufacturers to supply a controlled item into the MR2 Championship.  Bilstein dampers made under license by Toyota were fitted to some mk2 MR2s as standard equipment, making them an obvious upgrade for racing use.

As the cars have aged and secondhand units in good condition started to dry up, Bilstein continued to produce it's B6 shock absorber for the MR2 Championship - even going as far as to invest in tooling when Toyota discontinued the lower spring platform that made up part of the unit.

Whiteline Flatout are new to the MR2 Championship in 2013 and have already made their presence felt on the circuit. Technical regulations limited the adjustmentof camber to that derived from the use of Toyota sourced "crash bolts". Whilst very cost effective, this method meant that camber could change under extreme conditions - like racing!

Whiteline supplied a full set of camber bolts to each registered competitor at the start of the season with the technical regulations tweaked to allow their inclusion. This meant an all round performance boost for all competitors - and at no extra cost. Perfectly in line with the MR2 Championship ethos.

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