• The JSCC (Junior Saloon Car Championship), with the BARC,

    Ran for it’s first year in 2014 with 14 rounds over 7 weekends, and again in 2015 with 16 rounds over 8 weekends, at national circuits including Snetterton and Brands Hatch. In 2016 grids peaked at 25 cars with a 18 rounds over 9 weekends. 2018 Features an into the night race, and double points at the last round.

  • Keep an eye on this championship, and watch out for the stars it produces!

    The JSCC bridges the gap between karts and cars, offering drivers between the age of 14 -17 an opportunity to get behind the wheel of a hatchback and compete on national circuits, all at a fraction of the cost of other comparable championships.

 

 

The JSCC (Junior Saloon Car Championship), with the BARC, ran for it’s first year in 2014 with 14 rounds over 7 weekends, now in 2019 we see 18 rounds over 9 weekends.

The JSCC bridges the gap between karts and cars, offering drivers between the age of 14 -17 an opportunity to get behind the wheel of a hatchback and compete on national circuits, all at a fraction of the cost of other comparable championships.

As we look forward, the JSCC is looking more promising than ever, with more cars in build to promote grid numbers and corporate backing to promote the profile. Keep an eye on this championship, and watch out for the stars it produces!

The JSCC took over a former championship of 2013 which was the proving ground for a number of competitors who have then gone on to have success in other things as they became able to compete in senior championships, after reaching the age of sixteen. These include Daniel Brown who is a Ferrari GT Racer, Leyton Clarke who went on to win the Dunlop SportMax Championship and competed against fellow, driver Abbie Eaton, as well as regular Renault UK Clio Cup competitors Aaron Williamson, James Colburn, Ant Whorton-Eales and, James Dorlin, and Ben Colburn (Brother of James), and Josh Cook and Ethan Hammerton in the BTCC.

 

2019 Provisional Calendar

Oulton Park 23rd March

Croft 13th/14th April

Snetterton 5th/6th May

Silverstone National 1st/2nd June

Knockhill 15th/16th June

Mallory Park 26th August

Anglesey 21st/22d September

Cadwell 5th/6th October

Brands Hatch 9th 10th November

2019 Driver Standings

 

 

PositionCar - DriverOultn 1/2Croft 3/4Snet 5/6Silv 7/8Knock 9/10Malry 11/12Ang 13/14Cadw 15/16Brands 17/18Total
135 - Ruben Hage
23 - Ben Kasperczak
355 - Charlie Hand
474 - Owen Hizzey
52 - Thomas Ward
686 - Ben Greenhill
729 - Leo Panayiotou
8298 - Lewis Saunders
977 - Alex Jay
1012 - Alex Solley
1140 - Matthew Cripps
1214 - Kyle Nisbet
13TBC - Scott McIntyre
14TBC - Scholarship winner
1578 - Aubrey Hall
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