Nigel Moore

Nigel Moore In 2007 Nigel moved up into the Ginetta Junior Championship and had a very good year in his first year of cars, surprising everyone with his speed and knowledge of the car, and how to drive each track. After having such a successful season, with plenty of podium finishes, and plenty of points in the bag, he finished 1st in the championship in his very first year of car racing.


For 2008, Nigel moved up into the brand new Ginetta G50 class, with a full grid, and plenty of competition. He gave all of the drivers a big shock with the amount of talent he had, and his incredible car control. He had a great year in the new G50’s, and wrapped up the championship with two rounds to go. Half way through his 2009 season, he also started to compete in the GT4 class.
2009 saw Nigel stay in the GT4 class, with upgrade to the G50, his team mate being Jody Firth. They won every round of the GT4 class. Nigel ended up finishing 2nd in the championship to his team mate Jody, as Nigel missed a round as he was taking part in the Le Mans 24 hour race in the LMP1 class with  Lawrence Tomlinson and Richard Dean.


2010 - Nigel took part in the Formula Palmer Audi Championship - his first year in single seaters, Nigel won the championship at the last round at Silverstone in fine style

2011 - Nigel drove in the Le mans Euroseries

 

 

 

Sarah Moore

Sarah Moore<2008 was Sarah's first full season in the Ginetta Junior car, which was running on the TOCA package for the first time. Throughout the year she made big progress, and wasn’t far of the front runners by the end of the season. After the season was over, Sarah then competed in the Ginetta Junior Winter Series, and achieved one 1st place, two 2nd places and a third, putting her second for the winter series, just a few points behind Damon Hill’s son Josh.
This year Sarah competed in the Ginetta Junior Championship for the second time, running along side the British Touring Cars. She had a very successful year winning 5 races and getting a total of 8 podium finishes. Throughout the whole of the 2009 season she got 1 DNF (did not finish ), and all of the rest of her results were top 10 finishes, meaning that she scored enough points to win the 2009 championship, just 16 points ahead of 2nd place Jake Cook. After having a successful year Sarah got the backing of yourracingcar.com, who will be helping her with her racing over the next few years
Next year she will be competing in the new Ginetta G40’s, which are replacing the Ginetta Juniors. She is hoping for another successful year in 2010 in the new cars.


2011 - Sarah took part in the BMW Intersteps championship - finishing 6th overall as well as doing selected racing in the Smarts4You Racing series.

2012 - taking part in the smarts4You racing series and various Britcar Endurance races.

 

 

David MooreDavid Moore

David did his first year in racing in 2009, he moved straight into the Ginetta Junior Championship, with no background from karting. As it was his first year, he was just getting used the way the car handles, the different setups of the car, and all the tracks that he visited in within the 2009 season. He had a successful year in his first year, with one podium finish at Oulton Park , and plenty of top ten finishes throughout the year.
David also competed in the Ginetta Junior Winter Series, and ended up with  two 2nd places at Snetterton and two 3rd places at Rockingham, putting him 3rd in the final standings.


In the 2010 season he will be competing in the new Ginetta G40 class, alongside his sister Sarah, hoping for a successful year, and hoping it will be his chance to win the championship.

 

2011 winner of the Smarts4You racing series. David also took part in the 24 hour Britcar race at Silverstone in 2011 at the age of 16 making him the youngest driver to take part in this race.

2012 - taking part in the Smarts4You Racing series and various Britcar Endurance races.

 

 

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