• 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.

 

Drivers

Drivers

Drivers will be added as their 2017 registrations come in

Championship

Championship

Championship Information here.

Taster Days

Taster Days

Keep an eye out for our taster day experiences

 

 

 

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 & 2016 rounds over 8 weekends, at national circuits including Snetterton and Brands Hatch.  

It runs with healthy grid numbers and with the trophies presented by local celebrities, the competitors have enjoyed the opportunity to meet: Freddie Hunt (son of British F1 World Champion James Hunt), BTCC driver Adam Morgan, Le-Mans driver Mike Newton, and WTCC driver Tom Chilton.

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 to 2017, 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 in the BTCC.

 

2018 Calendar

RoundDateCircuitDetails
1&224th MarchSilverstone (Nat.)More details
3&414th/15th AprilRockinghamMore details
5&612th/13th MayBrands HatchMore details
7&816th JuneRockingham - Into the nightMore Details
9&1018th AugustSnettertonMore Details
11&121st/2nd SeptemberAngleseyMore Details
13&1429th SeptemberDonington ParkMore Details
15&166th/7th OctoberSilverstone (Int.)More Details
17&1820th OctoberOulton Park - Double PointsMore Details

 

2018 Driver Standings

 

PositionCar number and DriverSilv 1/2Rock 3/4Brands 5/6Rock (N) 7/8Snet 9/10Angle 11/12Donny 13/14Silv 15/16Oult (DP) 17/18Total
1st298 - Lewis Saunders22/1413/1923/1920/25155
2nd25 - Jemma Moore20/1916/1517/1418/20139
3rd7 - Steven Chandler16/2220/EXC19/2017/19133
4th=41 - Joel Wren19/1825/261/1626/1132
4th=35 - Scott Macintyre18/1519/EXC20/2219/19132
6th11 - Ethan Rogers15/1617/1816/1516/16129
7th32 - Frankie Taylor17/1718/2225/250/0124
8th3 - Ben Kasperczak26/2623/EXC1/1914/1110
9th77 - Alex Jay12/1311/1714/711/1095
10th=147 - Dodd13/1210/1413/119/1193
10th=27 - Charlotte Birch1/015/2011/1316/1793
12th15 - Tony Rodriguez1/201/018/1710/1481
13th14 - Kyle Nisbet12/1312/1012/1372
14th24 - Moh Ritson1/114/115/1213/1269
15th74 - Owen Hizzey14/11/161/98/1565
16th10 - Ellie Brett09/1210/87/955
17th69 - Thomas Ward22/2244
18th93 - Brandon Ross6/814
19th20 - Charlie Mann1/00/01