The Renault UK Clio Cup has again come out on top at international level as its current championship leader Jack Young won both ‘Clio Cup Open’ races during the French Formula 1 Grand Prix event at Paul Ricard near Marseille. There was also a podium result for fellow UK racer Ben Colburn…
Jack Young, Brett Lidsey, Aaron Thompson, Ben, Colburn, James Colburn and Luke Warr will all fly the flag for the Renault UK Clio Cup in Renault Sport Racing’s international Clio Cup Open at this month’s French Formula 1 Grand Prix (21-23 June).
After a lengthy break, the Renault UK Clio Cup’s 2019 season resumes in just over a week (Sat 15/Sun 16 June) with its latest two rounds at one of the most daunting circuits on the calendar – Croft in North Yorkshire.
Jack Young (Belfast) has become the youngest winner in Renault UK Clio Cup history after taking victories in both rounds at Donington Park (27-28 Apr) – results that have moved him into the championship lead.
Donington Park, a circuit that has produced some of the closest finishes in recent Renault UK Clio Cup history, hosts the championship’s latest action of 2019 this weekend (Sat 27/Sun 28 April) when two more highly unpredictable endings could be in store…
Max Coates (Scorton) has been declared the winner of both opening rounds of the 2019 Renault UK Clio Cup season at Brands Hatch after his chief rival Jack Young (Belfast) received a penalty. Coates therefore leads the championship as the title race next heads to Donington Park later this month…
Max Coates topped official testing ahead of the 2019 Renault UK Clio Cup season’s opening rounds at Brands Hatch with a blistering lap time that put him over three tenths of a second clear of his nearest rivals.
The famous Brands Hatch circuit in Kent hosts the opening rounds of the 2019 Renault UK Clio Cup season this weekend (Sat 6/Sun 7 April) and two closely fought races are anticipated as each driver seeks to get his or her campaign off to the best possible start.
Groupe Renault UK has appointed Laura Brighton as its new Senior Events Manager with responsibility for all press and corporate events across the Renault, Dacia, and Alpine passenger car brands and Renault commercial vehicles.
Paul Rivett (Epsom Downs) has been confirmed as the 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup Champion after the Motor Sports Association’s National Court over-turned a stewards’ decision to disqualify him from round 16 of the season at Silverstone in September.
James Dorlin (Barnsley) has provisionally been crowned the 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup Champion after he took victory in Sunday’s highly charged final round of the season at Brands Hatch – shown live on ITV4.
This is it! After 220 laps and almost 430 miles of racing, the 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup will come down to a nail-biting four-way title showdown between Max Coates (Scorton), Paul Rivett (Epsom Downs), James Dorlin (Barnsley) and Daniel Rowbottom (Kidderminster) on Kent’s legendary Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit this weekend (Sat 29/Sun 30 Sept).
The 2018 Renault UK Clio Cup enters its dramatic ‘last chance saloon’ stages at the high speed Silverstone circuit in just over a week (Sat 15/Sun 16 Sept) with the eight drivers still in with a chance of the crown all hoping to keep their title hopes alive for the season finale at Brands Hatch a fortnight later.
Daniel Rowbottom (Kidderminster) and first-time winner Jack McCarthy (Bromley) shared the victories in two pulsating Renault UK Clio Cup rounds at Rockingham over the weekend, but it is Max Coates (Scorton) who leaves the Northamptonshire circuit still ahead in the title race, albeit by the reduced margin of just seven points.
Daniel Rowbottom (Kidderminster) and Max Coates (Scorton) shared the wins in the Renault UK Clio Cup’s pair of rain-affected rounds at Norfolk’s Snetterton circuit today – shown live on ITV and which could have major bearing on the outcome of the 2018 title race.
An already closely fought Renault UK Clio Cup title race – currently headed by Max Coates, Paul Rivett and James Dorlin – can be expected to intensify further this coming weekend (Sat 28/Sun 29 July) when the 2018 season resumes along with the latest rounds of the British Touring Car Championship at Norfolk’s Snetterton circuit.
Paul Rivett (Epsom Downs) and a tearful Max Coates (Scorton) shared the wins in the Renault UK Clio Cup’s latest two rounds at the Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire to take over at the top of the championship from James Dorlin (Barnsley) who, by contrast, suffered a weekend of frustration.
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.