After a long break from Motorsport, team Westbourne returned to the Junior Saloon Car Championship at Knock Hill Race Circuit. As the drivers were eager to get back behind the wheel, cold and damp weather conditions surrounded the track as the team prepared for a full day of testing. With … Continue reading →
James Colburn Wins Twice at Anglesey As Title Battle Heats Up
The battle for the 2016 Michelin Clio Cup Series title will go down to the final round at Silverstone in mid-October after two entertaining encounters at Anglesey saw James Dorlin and Brett Lidsey bag vital points in their individual quests for glory. With the backdrop of the Irish Sea providing … Continue reading →
Westbourne Motorsport: Goodwood Revival Driver Line Up Announced
It is no secret that the Westbourne classic car collection has grown significantly over the last few months and we are proud to announce our attendance at the Goodwood Revival this weekend. Our classic cars have caught the eye of many in recent months and we have been joined by … Continue reading →
JAMES DORLIN BACK IN CONTROL OF TITLE BATTLE AFTER DOMINANT DOUBLE
The title pendulum swung once again this past weekend as James Dorlin produced a dominant performance to regain control of the point’s leads after masterfully notching a brace of wins at Croft. As the conclusion of the championship approaches, a sense of determination and focus engulfed the pit lane ahead … Continue reading →
Sam Randon Win at Brands Hatch!
Sam Randon: “I felt like I needed to prove something in race two after losing the win on Saturday due to it being deemed a restart so there was a little inner pressure. I’ve had bad luck at Brands Hatch in the past so it was important to get a … Continue reading →
Zanetti: Two Pole Positions and Two Podiums!
Following the success at Rockingham, the Junior Saloon Car drivers continued to impress at Donington Park. On Friday morning, the drivers developed their knowledge of the track with their driver coach, Ed Pead alongside them. Finlay Robinson reported during the day that the car kept cutting out which made it … Continue reading →