Autograss racer lands funded MX-5
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.”