ClubRacingUK Ambassador Program will follow selected drivers/teams through a season of racing. Our goal is to help the drivers/teams with a massive boost in social media exposure, along side our partnered companies we will help with products, services, support and information to push the ambassador's to a successful year of racing and growth in the club motorsport community.
I will be racing in the 750 Motor Club Ma7da series which secured championship status for 2021.
2020 was my first season racing, where I had a really enjoyable season in the 750 Motor Club Yokohama Locost Championship, supported by Team Sellars Racing (TSR). Prior to 2020, my only track experience was track days in my road car, and some (very) limited arrive and drive Karting at Daytona in Milton Keynes.
Stepping up to the Ma7da series, I’m aiming for that first podium which has eluded me in 2020.
In my personal life I work as an Engineer for Network Rail, I’m married and dad to two boys.
My plans for this season is to race karts as well as competing in the 7 races at Castle Combe in the Hot Hatch series.
So a little bit about me: I’ve been karting for 6 years and this season I am making the leap from karts to cars. I will be racing with Wiltshire College in a Honda Civic (EK) in the Hot Hatch Series at Castle Combe in Wiltshire. I studied Motorsport Engineering at an honours degree level at Wiltshire College and hence the relationship with their race team. I am also part of BWRDC (British Women’s Racing Drivers Club).
CMR Racing is a family run racing team which is based in the Cogswell Motor Repairs workshop in South Croydon established in 2009. We currently run and race a unique Nissan Almera GTI, the only of its kind in the UK. The team is made up of a family of mechanics; a father and 2 sons who have a strong passion for building and racing cars.
I am currently making some changes to the Almera as I plan to enter the 2021 750 motor club hot hatch championship in class B. I have decided to do this championship instead of the roadsports series like last year as I want to challenge myself further, I think having an overall championship to compete for at the end of the season if the best way to do this. A couple rounds of the roadsports series may also be entered if budget allows as hot hatch and roadsports races normally take place on the same day.