The Renault UK Clio Cup’s intense title race reaches the half-way stage of its 2018 season at the Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire this weekend (Sat 23/Sun 24 June) with two local drivers – James Dorlin (Barnsley) and Max Coates (Scorton) – leading the standings.
Leading Renault UK Clio Cup team Westbourne Motorsport will expand to three cars when Ben Colburn (Worthing) makes his debut in the championship alongside big brother James and also current points leader James Dorlin later in the season.
James Dorlin (Barnsley) and Max Coates (Scorton) shared the wins in the weekend’s two hotly contested Renault UK Clio Cup rounds at Oulton Park in Cheshire and lead the championship as the title race now heads to their home circuit of Croft in North Yorkshire (Sat 23/Sun 24 June).
The Renault UK Clio Cup’s highly charged 2018 title race heads to the famous and picturesque Oulton Park circuit in Cheshire for its latest two rounds this weekend (Sat 9-Sun 10 June) in which James Dorlin (Barnsley) will surely be looking to continue the winning form which has taken him into the championship lead.
James Dorlin (Barnsley) made it four wins in a row with another pair of victories in the Renault UK Clio Cup’s latest rounds – held at the high speed Thruxton circuit in Hampshire in front of a huge trackside crowd and live ITV4 cameras.
Thruxton in Hampshire hosts rounds five and six of the 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup this weekend (Sat 19/Sun 20 May) – a fixture that always ranks among the most popular of the season thanks to the circuit’s spectacular high speed nature.
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James Dorlin (Barnsley) celebrated victories in two pulsating Renault UK Clio Cup rounds at Donington Park yesterday (Sun 29 April) but only after being pushed all the way in the second – broadcast live on ITV4 – by emerging 16-year-old star Bradley Burns (Farnham).
The swooping high-speed Donington Park circuit hosts the 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup’s latest action in just over a week (Sat 28/Sun 29 April) when the majority of a very classy grid will be out to try and stop Paul Rivett and Max Coates building on their early season lead.
Gus Burton (Colchester) has become the first driver in Renault UK Clio Cup Junior history to take a clean sweep of two pole positions, two wins and two fastest laps in one event with a dominant display in both the championship’s latest rounds at Rockingham at the weekend.
Jade Edwards (Northampton) will boost the small MRM team’s numbers to two after securing a late deal to race for it in this year’s Renault UK Clio Cup which gets under way this weekend (Sat 7/Sun 8 April) at Brands Hatch.
After Mike Bushell romped to the crown in 2017 to land a seat in the British Touring Car Championship, all eyes are now on who will succeed him as Renault UK Clio Cup Champion in 2018 – beginning at Brands Hatch in just over a week’s time (Sat 7/Sun 8 April).
Nick Reeve (Romford) and the Specialized Motorsport team celebrated a dream debut in Renault UK Clio Cup Junior with victories in both the championship’s opening two rounds of 2018 at Silverstone (Sun 25 March).
Nick Reeve (Romford) hopes to carry on his race winning form from 2017 when he makes his debut in the Renault UK Clio Cup Junior championship at the Northamptonshire circuit this weekend (Sat 24/Sun 25 March).
Following a dramatic inaugural season in 2017, the Renault UK Clio Cup Junior championship – for drivers aged 14 to 17 – returns this weekend (Sat 24/Sun 25 March) for its opening rounds of 2018 at the world famous Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire.
Former championship runner-up James Colburn (Worthing) will contest his eighth full season in the Renault UK Clio Cup in 2018 as Westbourne Motorsport team-mate to the previously announced James Dorlin (Barnsley).
Nicolas Hamilton (Welwyn Garden City) is confident he can become a regular front-running name in the Renault UK Clio Cup in 2018 as he prepares for his first pre-season test of the year at the famous Brands Hatch circuit in Kent today.
Fifteen-year-old racing driver Gus Burton (Colchester) will use sponsorship raised for his entry into this year’s Renault UK Clio Cup Junior championship to help fund the Sparkle Foundation charity’s work in aid of vulnerable children in Malawi.
After stunning in his first three events in 2017, 16-year-old sensation Bradley Burns (Farnham) has confirmed he will remain with the Team Pyro squad to contest the full Renault UK Clio Cup season in 2018.