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2023 Ambassadors

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.

New this year the ambassadors will receive a preseason track day to test their cars and meet the ClubRacingUK team and partners, they will also be entered into the Birkett relay race alongside the ClubRacingUK team!

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Jake Richardson


My names Jake, I’m in my mid 30s and an Engineer for an Aluminium company in the UK. I haven’t been racing karts since I was 2 and I don’t have an endless budget so not a typical born and bred circuit racer, however I’ve built some cool cars over the last few years.

I have a short Motorsport history having studied a degree in Motorsport Engineering at Derby University over 10 years ago and been a supporting mechanic at various race events from Classic Vee to V8 Saloons in Australia.

Coming from Track Days, racing has always been something I’ve wanted to do but never really thought feasible. Now eagerly watching great content from people like yourselves, DannyDC2, Joe Bowers and Team Darkside cement their place in Club Racing I’ve realised it actually very much is; even in your 30s and we’ll beyond.

I passed my ARDs last Wednesday and have built Peugeot 206 GTI over the last 3 months which I’ll be racing in Track Attacks Production 206 GTI Cup next year with BARC.

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Nick 'Prawn' Vaughan


So, TeamPrawnRacing? What's it all about?


Essentially, it's 4 great mates, racing an Audi A3, built at home in a shed, and filming everything we do to share with the good people of Youtube!


With forums dying out, it was clear that social media was the future, so a couple of years ago, with a prod from a great friend (Rainbird - introduced below), the youtube channel was born.


The plan for the channel was always to document the journey of going from Trackdays, to racing, and over the past 3 years we've covered all the changes to the car, getting the licence, joining a club, and going racing with the 750MC.  Since it's launch, the channel has had over 500 000 views, with 1.2m impressions in 2021. Our IG account is about to reach 5k followers, with a reach of 300k in 2021, and really decent engagement, so it's all going in the right direction, but we'd like to go further!


We've now done 2 years in Roadsports, racing as the underdogs in Class A against some seriously impressive machinery, returning 2 podiums from 5 races, and never finishing outside the top 5. Our best result to date was Donington in December 2020, where we took pole in the wet, followed by a class win.


For 2022, we're looking for a different challenge, and a different type of racing, so we're aiming high, and entering the Thunder Saloons series with the Classic Touring Car Racing Club. It'll be a challenge, with much more powerful cars on the grid and slick tyres, but it's one we're very excited about! Having done the Roadsports series for 2 years, we were keen to enter a championship for 2022, so we will be entering all 8 rounds of the calendar to see how we shape up at the end of the year!

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Cameron Bell

A 32 year old Yorkshireman with a love of pork pies, being cash savvy and a passion for motorsports. For years I’ve been wanting to give racing a go and in 2020 I was lucky enough to have a bit of extra cash left over from a house sale and so began my club racing journey. Months of research and planning were able to come to fruition at the start of 2021 when I entered the 750MC Toyota MR2 Championship. I’ve been tinkering with engines, cars and motorbikes since I was a teenager so I was able to confidently build my race car to championship regulations in my home garage with help from a great friend of mine, who dealt with the welding of the roll cage. 2021 was a huge learning curve having entered 12 of the 16 races of the championship with a best finish of 19th. As I have come to learn just getting to the end of each race is a huge win and I’m proud about what I achieved in 2021.


Plans for 2022

I will be entering the Toyota MR2 Championship for my 2nd season where I hope to improve on my results from last year. I also have a goal of entering all 16 races and finishing in the top 15 of the championship overall. Other plans for 2022 include some sort of race livery, more seat time, approaching businesses to create partnerships with to help fund my season and to grow my social media and race weekend presence. 

2022 Ambassador Partners

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