2017 winners Team Bleekemolen have started their campaign for back to back Hankook 24H Silverstone victories off well with pole for their SEAT Leon TCR in qualifying
The McLaren GT factory team Garage 59 has announced four drivers for their two GT4 entries in the British GT Championship
Carlin ace and MSA Formula champion Lando Norris beat rival Ricky Collard to claim his third BRDC British F3 victory of the season at Spa.
Thomas Randle led the way in both sessions at Snetterton as British Formula 3 made its comeback.
2014 MSV F3 Cup champion and MABA Finalist Toby Sowery has renewed his partnership with Lanan Racing for the 2016 BRDC Formula 4 season.
19 year old Indian driver Akhil Rabindra will move to the Lanan Racing team for his second season in BRDC F4, although his team-mates are yet to be confirmed.
Tom Jackson takes another win, in race two at Snetteton after, twice, the leading pair collided, promoting the Chris Dittmann Racing driver.
Will Palmer picks up his seventh win of the season to extend his championship lead, as nearest rival, Rodrigo Fonseca was forced to do a recovery drive from the back.
Tom Jackson for Chris Dittmann Racing wins his first BRDC Formula 4 race, after wet conditions mixed up the grid order towards the finish.
The Hillspeed team had a quiet weekend, but the highlight was Ameya Vaidyanathan’s podium in race 4 of the season.
A good race for the Lanan team saw them finish first, second and fourth as Chris Mealin extended his championship lead.
Michael O’Brien wins his first race of the BRDC Formula 4 season after many cars were caught out by the rain.
Jordan Albert took a dominant victory in the third and final race of the weekend in the Duo BRDC F4 Championship at Oulton Park.