In the MINI Challenge JCW class, it was Brett Smith and Eurotech Racing who walked away with the title, securing it with a round to go.
2017 MINI CHALLENGE – JCW
The MINI Challenge – JCW champion Brett Smith ended his season with a perfect weekend, collecting pole and both wins at Donington.
Sarah Moore will make her debut int the MINI CHALLENGE – JCW class this weekend at Brands, racing for the AReeve Motorsport team.
Mark Blundell will race a MINI UK VIP car at the upcoming MINI Festival as he races in the JCW class that headlines the event.
MINI UK VIP driver Rob Smith was content with his performance in the JCW at Silverstone, with the championship remaining a possibility.
Eurotech Racing driver Brett Smith extended his lead in the MINI CHALLENGE – JCW standings after a pole and win at Silverstone.
Brett Smith won the second JCW race from the front, with the Eurotech Racing driver jumping up to take the reverse grid win at Snetterton.
Race one in the JCW class saw two Eurotech cars on the podium with Jeff Smith taking the honours as Rob Smith retired from the lead.
Excelr8 driver Reece Barr took the pole position at Rockingham from Max Bladon, ahead of the MINI CHALLENGE – JCW second round.
The third in a triple-header of Ginetta GT5 Challenge races at Oulton Park has been cancelled after incidents earlier races meant the race couldn’t be run without breaching the circuit’s strict 6.30pm curfew.
Former BTCC driver Charlie Butler-Henderson took the win in the second MINI CHALLENGE – JCW race at Oulton Park, holding off Bladon.
Mark Wakefield took his maident MINI JCW victory at Oulton Park after making a clean start and building a gap during the opening race.