The Production class features the popular Spec Elise that keeps the naturally aspirated Elise close to stock except for the required safety regulations. This helps keep costs down and provides close racing. This class continues to grow and has been the largest class at each event. This class will remain the same with some minor tweaks to the current ruleset.
The Cup class now features a mix of lightly modified Elise/Exige street cars turned racecars and the factory Exige Cup racecar. In addition, the new Elise Cup R factory racecar will compete in this group. This popular class offers a fast and affordable platform to compete in. These racecars are reliable and are kept close in performance through a strict ruleset.
The SuperSport class features factory-spec 2-Elevens, modified Cup class cars, and the spec-Evora (N/A) platforms. This group will combine several other classes to provide more competition with similar spec Lotus racecars towards the front of the grid. The SuperSport group has a stricter set of rules to help keep costs low.
The Trophy class will represent the top tier Lotus racecars in existence. This group will replace the Open class and feature any GT4 variant including the Evora GT4 racecar. This group will showcase innovation and performance on a variety of Lotus platforms heavily modified from its original state but with similar power-to-weight ratios.