Christmas comes early for touring car juniors

10th Electric Circuit

In an effort to encourage more juniors to race at the BRCA touring car nationals this season a prize fund supported by the RC industry was introduced, with the two championships the clubman’s and the two day nationals now completed the prizes were awarded at the final rounds of both series.

The prize fund was divided among the top five drivers who had competed in three or more of the rounds across two age groups under 13 and under 17, the prize fund was in addition to the end of season championship trophies the drivers received

The BRCA 10 Circuit Section would like to extend their thanks to the companies that donated to the prize fund and in doing so supported the series through the season. Both championships have seen some great racing from the juniors this season and some of those taking part have punched well above their weight taking on and beating some well-established mid field drivers, these results will stand them in good shape as they move up the order inevitably taking on some of the big names in UK touring cars in the season to come, some of the drivers have already done enough to catch the eye of sponsors and are already securing deals and support for their winter campaigns, the BRCA nationals proving once again to the be the shop window for young talent.

Winners (Two Day Nationals)

Harley Eldridge U17

Daniel Blake U17

Louis Parker U13

Jamie Somerville U13

Michael Bolt U17


Winners (Clubmans)

Jak Sansom U17

Reece Goodall U13

Daniel Rowley U13

Ross Walker U17

Ben Moorey U17

Once again the organisers would like to publicly thank all the following companies who supported the junior incentive, hopefully the coverage and incentive offered to juniors will encourage more young superstars to take in the national series next season

Thanks to

CML Distribution, Muchmore UK, Zen Racing, Racer Magazine, Moody Fools, MB Models, Revell (

Durango UK) Schumacher Racing, CPD racing and Raleigh Raceway