Cancellation of the 2020 LGM Series (due to Covid19)
With a near record entry for 2020 LGM series in all IAME classes, it comes with much regret that we will be cancelling this years series. We were looking to run a year end ‘mini series’ with the remaining rounds, but with so many logistical problems, social distance and limiting numbers, it would make the championship messy, confusing and not value for money which is always what we strive to offer. So the decision is made to abort this year and put our effort into next years calendar. If you are registered for the 2020 series, even if you need to change classes, we will carry the entry over to the 2021 series where a new set of races will be produced. We do however understand if you do not wish to take part next years championship or your cercumstances have changed, that a full refund will be given. Thank you for your patience in this difficult year and look forward to seeing you back on track very soon.
The race that should have been
THE DRIVERS JUST KEEP COMING
Its looking like it will be a bumper year for the series as entry numbers keep increasing. The biggest ever LGM winners prize of £5000 cash looks set to be won in the Senior X30 class as class numbers have gone into the 30’s with the UK’s top drivers already entered. Junior X30 will see double grids in 2020 and the Mini X30 is not far of being full.
150 DRIVERS NOW REGISTERED !
Its looking like 2020 will be a bumper year with 150 drivers now registered with a near full grid in every class. New for this year will be TV coverage at every round produced by TDi Media. They will be filming all the main LGM finals of each class, with driver imagery and timing on screen. This is the first time the LGM has chosen to do this and will hopefully bring a new dimension. The Rivista Magazine will continue to run along side with news, columns, driver profiles and race reports.