Formula Renault BARC

Jamun Racing Confirm Full-Time BARC Assault In 2013

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Jamun Racing are planning to field three cars in the Protyre Formula Renault BARC Championship next season.

After masterminding Scott Malvern’s 2012 title win under the Cullen Motorsport banner, the hugely respected outfit will now make a full-time entry into the series, bringing with them years of success in Formula Ford.

“From our experience working with Scott and Patrick Cullen [Cullen Motorsport team principal] this year, we’ve really enjoyed being part of Formula Renault BARC so we feel the time is right to come in full time in 2013 as Jamun Racing”, said team boss James Mundy.

“When you look at the costings for this championship, it’s a sensible budget and a great place for young drivers to be. Look at last weekend, 32 cars on the grid was fantastic and shows how strong Formula Renault BARC is at the moment. The car is proven and reliable, it’s a very competitive series and there are some big teams, like Fortec, involved who you want to be racing against.”

Jamun will be in action in the upcoming Winter Series too, running at least one car for Ryan Cullen, who made his debut in the recent season finale at Silverstone.

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