TCF Reviews the 2018 MINI Challenge JCW season in which Ant Whorton-Eales won over half of the races on his way to the title.
BTCC tyre supplier Dunlop provided an opportunity for the stars of the 2018 MINI Challenge to sample a race winning touring car
Nathan Harrison secured second in the JCW championship ahead of Jordan Collard, who followed him over the line.
Ant Whorton-Eales took the lead early, winning the first Donington race and with it the MINI Challenge title.
On his entry to the series, Ben Palmer took pole position, with champion-in-wating Ant Whorton-Eales fourth.
Ahead of a planned return to the MINI Challenge next year, Lewis Brown is hoping to end his maiden season on a high.
Championship leader Ant Whorton-Eales won a frantic final MINI Festival race in which the race was split into two halfs.
Ant Whorton-Eales took one step closer to securing the MINI Challenge JCW title with another win at Brands Hatch.
Jordan Collard dealt with pressure and backmarkers to secure his second JCW win of the year from the MINI Festival.
Dan Zelos is making up for the lack of Renault UK Clio Cup running this weekend as he competes in the MINI Challenge at Brands Hatch
Ant Whorton-Eales inherited victory in the second race from Oulton Park after trouble for rival Jordan Collard.
Rob Smith came out on top at Oulton Park during a tense five-driver battle in the opening JCW race.
During a qualifying session with two red flags, it would be Rob Smith who came out on top at Oulton Park.
Ollie Pidgley expressed his displeasure at Jac Maybin over a crash on the formation lap in MINI Challenge – JCW.
MINI JCW driver Rob Smith returned to the top step at Silverstone after a return to form from the Nantwich driver.