Drivers

drivers

Supercar Drivers


  • Nick Adcock

    Nick Adcock

    Nick Adcock

    Took up motor sport in 2000 driving in VW Cup, first win in last race of the season. Spent next two seasons in VW Cup VR6 Vento and latterly Beetle Rsi V6.Moved to BTCC supporting UK Clio Cup series for four seasons 2003 to 2006 scoring over a dozen podium place finishes and 8 fastest laps. 2007 Radical Biduro series, UK and Europe in SR4. Numerous podiums including win and current lap record holder of Oulton Park Island circuit. 2008 – 2009 French V de V series and UK Speed series in CN Juno then Ligier JS49. Numerous podiums Spa and Estoril. 2010 Part season with two wins at Killarney in Lola T86 Sports & GT Championship. 2011 London to Cape Town Rally in TD90 Land Rover. First in class and third overall. 2011 to 2015. Formula Supercar Championship. Over 20 wins, poles and fastest laps. Overall Championship wins in 2013 and 2014. 2015 Second in class at Donington Historic Festival Rejo Mk3 (1960). Second in Class Spa Six hour classic in 1965 Lotus Elan. Endurance racing 2014 Winner of the Africa 6 hour Phakisa, Winner of Cape Town 3 hour 2014 and 2015, Kyalami 2 hour 2015 winner, Africa 9 hour revival 2015 winner. With Juno SS3 V6.

  • Brad Wadeley
  • Steve McCarthy
  • Dayne Angel
    Dayne Angel

    Dayne Angel

    2004: GP Juniors
    2005: Mini Max
    2006-2009: Junior Max
    2010-present: Supercars

  • Andrew Moffit
  • Jarryd Evans
  • George Williams
    George Williams

    George Williams

    Took up motor sport in 2000 driving in VW Cup, first win in last race of the season. Spent next two seasons in VW Cup VR6 Vento and latterly Beetle Rsi V6.Moved to BTCC supporting UK Clio Cup series for four seasons 2003 to 2006 scoring over a dozen podium place finishes and 8 fastest laps. 2007 Radical Biduro series, UK and Europe in SR4. Numerous podiums including win and current lap record holder of Oulton Park Island circuit. 2008 – 2009 French V de V series and UK Speed series in CN Juno then Ligier JS49. Numerous podiums Spa and Estoril. 2010 Part season with two wins at Killarney in Lola T86 Sports & GT Championship. 2011 London to Cape Town Rally in TD90 Land Rover. First in class and third overall. 2011 to 2015. Formula Supercar Championship. Over 20 wins, poles and fastest laps. Overall Championship wins in 2013 and 2014. 2015 Second in class at Donington Historic Festival Rejo Mk3 (1960). Second in Class Spa Six hour classic in 1965 Lotus Elan. Endurance racing 2014 Winner of the Africa 6 hour Phakisa, Winner of Cape Town 3 hour 2014 and 2015, Kyalami 2 hour 2015 winner, Africa 9 hour revival 2015 winner. With Juno SS3 V6.

  • Vito Marzocca
  • Ryan McCarthy
    Ryan McCarthy

    Ryan McCarthy

    Date Of Birth: 27/09/1985
    Home Town: Cape Town, South Africa
    Sponsor’s: Castrol Sa, Spirit Helmets, Spazio, Hyper Lighting, Storage Town
    Racing Team: McCarthy Racing Team

    Supercar Achivements:
    2013 – (Rookie Season) Finished 1st overall in Bronze class championship
    2014 – (Second Season) Finished 2nd overall in Silver class championship
    2015 – (Third Season) Finished 3RD overall in Gold class championship

  • Gareth Easom
  • Craig Nunns

    Craig Nunns

    Craig Nunns

    Started racing Formula Supercars part time from 2012 contesting in the Bronze (best season 2nd in Bronze) and finally in Silver class.

  • Stuart Spooner
  • Gary Thomson
  • Trevor Fisk
  • Rupert Adcock
  • Geoff Bihl