Josh Caygill will dovetail his racing duties in the APR Volkswagen Racing Cup with a full season in Europe’s Volkswagen Scirocco R Cup during 2014 as he moves into his second year racing on four wheels.
Stewart Lines will bid for further success in next year’s APR Volkswagen Racing Cup with his own team Maximum Motorsport, joined by one-make specialist Chris Panayiotou.
Aaron Mason ended his emphatic 2013 APR Volkswagen Racing Cup campaign in fine style, securing a maiden series championship and concluding the season with a victory at Donington Park.
Ross Wylie won the penultimate APR Volkswagen Racing Cup at Donington which was severely shortened by a red flag and extended safety car period, while Aaron Mason wrapped up the title.
Ross Wylie was in a class of his own during qualifying for the final two races of the APR Volkswagen Racing Cup at Donington Park, beating the top two championship contenders to pole position.
Another closely-fought APR Volkswagen Racing Cup contest at the Brands Hatch GP circuit this time went the way of Martin Depper, beating Aaron Mason to the flag as the latter inched closer to a maiden title.
Nick Beaumont clinched a first APR Volkswagen Cup victory in the opening race at Brands Hatch, beating points leader Aaron Mason in a titanic battle between the two Scirocco drivers.
Qualifying for the 11th round of the 2013 APR Volkswagen Racing Cup produced a surprise as Nick Beaumont stormed to pole position at Brands Hatch GP circuit.
Stewart Lines rounded off a superb day for the KPM squad, leading home another 1-2 finish during the 10th round of the APR Volkswagen Racing Cup at Spa-Francorchamps.
Martin Depper finally claimed his first win of the 2013 APR Volkswagen Racing Cup season in a thrilling opening race at Spa-Francorchamps, narrowly beating his pole-sitting KPM team-mate Stewart Lines to the flag.
Former double APR Volkswagen Racing Cup champion Phil House returned to winning ways at Snetterton, although he only lead the race heading out of the very last corner following a late problem for Ross Wylie.
Phil House took his first win of the 2013 APR Volkswagen Racing Cup, the former double champion benefitting from a time penalty handed to winner on the road, Aaron Mason.
Having claimed two titles in his illustrious Volkswagen Racing Cup career behind the wheel of a Volkswagen Bora, Joe Fulbrook continued his success in the series’ second round at Rockingham in a new Golf GTI, leaving with the championship lead after sharing the wins with Aaron Mason.
Aaron Mason took his second win of the season in round three of the APR Volkswagen Racing Cup at Rockingham, leading the opening race of the day from lights-to-flag.