Changes made to series 2003-07-24

Thursday 24th July 2003: From 1st January 2004 EuroBOSS, Europe's fastest motor racing series, will no longer run under the dual stewardship of MSA Championship and FIA recognised 'International Racing Series'. EuroBOSS has been a registered MSA...

Thursday 24th July 2003: From 1st January 2004 EuroBOSS, Europe's fastest motor racing series, will no longer run under the dual stewardship of MSA Championship and FIA recognised 'International Racing Series'.

EuroBOSS has been a registered MSA Championship since 1999 and the decision of the MSA to review its involvement acknowledges the international success of EuroBOSS, as Series Director Roger Cowman explains. "This year we have had a belt and braces situation enjoying MSA Championship status and international recognition from the FIA."

"As EuroBOSS already enjoys full FIA recognition as an 'International Racing Series', and has nearly completed its first season as such, the decision to shed our MSA title is testimony to the growing stature of the Championship. Our next race is at Spa Francorchamps on 31st August and we have already received interest from at least 20 teams across Europe. It promises to be our biggest grid of the season and a truly international mix of cars and competitors."

The 2003 EuroBOSS Championship is open to Indy Car and pre-1998 Formula One and F3000 chassis with engines of unlimited capacity. The performance of these hybrid cars, which compete on slick tyres to their full high speed potential, is stunning. As a result, EuroBOSS competitors are responsible for setting 15 outright lap records at circuits across the UK and Europe.

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