Blue Oval Saloon Series

Four seater saloon cars manufactured by the Ford Motor Company, based on the standard production shell and which were marketed before 1st January 2013.

The Blue Oval Saloon Series is for competitors participating in Saloon, Coupe, Hatchback or Estate cars manufactured by the Ford Motor Company that are designed to carry at least four people, based on the standard fibreglass or steel production shell and which were marketed before 1st January 2013. All cars are subject to the approval of eligibility by the Championship Organisers but cars not complying with these regulations.

The car specifications are as follows:

Engine:
The engine block and cylinder head must be manufactured by the Ford
Motor Company or by another company to copy the original Ford unit.

Gearbox:
Only gearbox casings produced by the Ford Motor Company, ZF, Borg Warner or Getrag are permitted. Sequential gearbox permitted only in N/A cars.

Brakes:
Brake systems are free provided that Championship Regulations are respected.

Suspension:
Suspension springs are free. Spring platforms may be adjustable.

Tyres:
Any tyre from the 1a/1b/1c List.

BOSS Touring Car Championship
Burton Power Logo

Coordinator:
Adam Moore

The ​class ​structure is as follows:

Class A

3,601 cc and Above

Class B

2,901 up to 3,600cc

Class C

2151—2900cc

Class D

1701—2150cc

Class E

1401—1700cc

Class F

0000—1400cc

Class S

For all slick cars.

Equivalency Factor = 

Forced induction 2 valve engines = 1.4:1 

Forced induction 4/5 valve engines = 1.5:1 

2 valve n/a engines = 0.8:1 

Multivale specials, e.g. Millington, Smith and Jones type engines = 1.3:1