From THe Mini Challenge
Alex Denning made it two successive wins in the Quaife MINI CHALLENGE with a lights-to-flag victory in the opening race of the weekend at Snetterton.
Alex Denning became the fifth driver in five rounds to secure pole in the 2022 Quaife MINI CHALLENGE after topping the times in qualifying at Snetterton.
Knockhill marked the half way stage in the 2022 Quaife MINI CHALLENGE season, with the race for the title now heading for Snetterton for the fifth round of the campaign.
Paul Manning insisted he was pleased by the pace shown by his Mannpower Motorsport-run car after grabbing a third top ten finish of the Quaife MINI CHALLENGE Trophy season at Croft.
Tom Ovenden admitted it was a ‘great feeling’ to grab a double podium from the latest rounds of the Quaife MINI CHALLENGE Trophy season at Croft.
Nelson King continued his astonishing run of form in the 2022 Quaife MINI CHALLENGE Trophy with a second victory of the weekend at Croft allowing the Graves Motorsport driver to make it seven wins from eight starts.
The Quaife MINI CHALLENGE will continue to be part of the biggest race weekends in British motorsport for the next five years after agreeing an extended deal to remain on the support package for the British Touring Car Championship.
The final MINI CHALLENGE UK Official eSeries event of the year held on the 11th July didn’t disappoint in terms of action, but who would win the £20,000 prize pool was as big a draw.
A new name topped the Qualifying results at Croft Circuit in the MINI CHALLENGE UK Official eSeries. Rob Butler, driver coach to Ryan Dignan in the real world series, was the man to break the record and become the first driver to claim the honours as a ‘real world’ class driver.
Following two successful seasons of MINI CHALLENGE UK eSeries racing, the championship is pleased to announce season three will run in partnership with Virtual Reality Racing Club (VRRC) over the winter of 2021/22. Whilst great prizes and live streaming remain at the fore, season three welcomes two new prizes, the RJN trophy for the commentator’s favourite driver finishing the season outside the top 5 places and a driver of the round prize for each event of the season.
The Virtual Reality Racing Club organised MINI CHALLENGE UK Official eSeries ended it’s second season last weekend at the iconic Brands Hatch GP. With the winners of each part of the championship sewn up the racing was as good as ever with battles right down the order for commentators Richard John Neil and series director Antony Williams to discuss.
Silverstone played host to its first MINI CHALLENGE eSeries event in 2021 on the national configuration of the Northamptonshire circuit. MINI Cooper racer Lydia Walmsley joined Richard John Neil in the commentary box.
For those new to the MINI CHALLENGE last year, Nathan Harrison would demonstrate himself as a fresh-faced young star, dominating the top class of single-make Touring Cars. Though for Harrison himself, 2020 was a culmination of a 6-year long journey that saw him rise from inexperienced rookie to one of the country’s most promising prodigies.
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CATCHING UP WITH: RONAN PEARSON On a bitterly cold December day at Knockhill, a young rising star of Scottish Motorsport continued preparations for the 2020 season. Ronan Pearson will step into the limelight in 2020, entering the JCW MINI CHALLENGE. After triumphing...
The fight to secure top honours in the Quaife MINI CHALLENGE would go right to the wire in 2021, with the battle between team-mates Dan Zelos and Max Bird only being decided when the final chequered flag of the season flew at Brands Hatch.
Silverstone will return to the MINI CHALLENGE JCW calendar for the 2022 season, with entries having opened for the all-action British Touring Car Championship support series.
The calendar for the 2022 MINI CHALLENGE Trophy has been officially confirmed, with entries now open for drivers looking to secure a place on one of the most competitive grids in British Motorsport.