Au­to­grass racer lands funded MX-5

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Au­to­grass racer An­drew Adams will move into the BRSCC’S Mazda MX-5 Cham­pi­onship this year af­ter win­ning his seat via the Go4i­trac­ing Prize Draw.

The con­test of­fered a prize pack­age of BRSCC mem­ber­ship and ARDS li­cence costs as well as en­try fees and a racepre­pared Mk1 MX-5 and trailer for the se­ries. Adams, 21, bought his ticket for the draw dur­ing the Au­tosport In­ter­na­tional Show and was drawn as the win­ner of the prize, which is worth over £9000.

Adams, who will race the num­ber 32 MX-5 in the 19-round se­ries, said: “I was very shocked to have been drawn and am very ex­cited to see how I get on with this.

“It is go­ing to be a new learn­ing curve as I am used to rac­ing on a grass cir­cuit. The Tar­mac will cer­tainly be a new chal­lenge. I am look­ing for­ward to my first test day and then the rest of the sea­son. Thank you to Go4i­trac­ing for giv­ing me the op­por­tu­nity for this new chap­ter in my rac­ing ca­reer.”

Go4i­trac­ing’s Kevin Brent added: “We set up the team with the aim of help­ing some­one new into cir­cuit rac­ing and with An­drew we have a young, but ex­pe­ri­enced, au­to­grass racer yet to ex­pe­ri­ence the thrills of com­pet­i­tive cir­cuit rac­ing.”

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