The Caterham name has always been synonymous with motorsport and today the Seven remains one of the most successful and popular race cars in the world.
It isn’t really surprising, as when the Seven was conceived it was always first and foremost a race car. After dominating races across the World, by the 1960s the car was declared “too fast to race” and was subsequently banned from competing in many established race championships. This ban effectively led to the birth of what Caterham racing is now most famous for – incredibly competitive and closely fought one make racing championships.
Today the Seven is raced by more than a thousand competitors globally in both Caterham’s official motorsport championships and other independent series’ who choose the Seven for its ability to deliver dramatic racing for all levels of racing driver.