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Josh Stanton will complete Team HARD. Racing’s Porsche Carrera Cup GB line-up to partner fellow 2020 Quaife Mini Challenge Competitor Nathan Harrison. Team HARD. Racing can today confirm that Josh Stanton, with the backing from Evolution Security will move across from...
Team HARD. Racing will join the Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship in 2021 with 2020 Quaife Mini Challenge champion Nathan Harrison confirmed as the team’s first driver. Team HARD. Racing can today announce that they will be joining the Porsche Carrera Cup GB series...
Joe Marshall will return to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 Supercup championship for a full 2021 campaign with Team HARD. Racing Multiple Mazda MX5 Superseries race winner Joe Marshall will return to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 Supercup championship in 2021 with Team...
Team HARD. Racing are offering YOU the opportunity to win a fully funded drive for the 2021 Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship as part of the TOCA package. A Prize fund that is worth in the region of £150,000.
Following a very successful 2020 Scholarship, the team have decided to run the programme again to kickstart the 2021 campaign.
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Jack, who took the team’s maiden win in the 2019 British Touring Car Championship, will return for his fourth season with Team HARD. Racing after signing a new two-year deal. Goff made his debut in the championship in 2013 and this year will be spearheading the team’s development of the brand new Cupra Leon’s that are replacing the Volkswagen CC for the 2021 series.
Jack commented “I’m delighted to be remaining with Team HARD. Racing for another two seasons. The previous seasons have been tricky on track but an absolute delight off it. I can’t fault the team’s commitment to win and family ethics, that for me is something really important. There is always a great vibe around the place which lifts your confidence as a driver
“Now, we are well underway with the build of the brand new Cupra Leon and I’m super excited to be playing a major part in the cars development. If they go as good as they look then we will be contenders for sure”.
Scotsman Glynn Geddie will be partnering team leader Jack Goff and stepping into the second Team HARD. Racing Cupra Leon for the 2021 BTCC season.
The 2011 British GT champion will be making a return to the series for his first full campaign after completing bit part seasons in 2014, 2018 and 2020 and will be eligible to compete for the Jack Sears Trophy. Geddie competed in the series for Team HARD. Racing in the last two events of the season in 2020, putting in a string of strong performances and taking a points finish at Snetterton.
Geddie said “I’m really looking forward to competing in the BTCC for a whole campaign for the first time in 2021. Joining up with Tony (Gilham) and Team HARD. Racing at the back end of the 2020 season was a great experience and it was nice to dip my toe back into some close, wheel to wheel racing after spending the last few seasons in the GT discipline.
“I surprised myself actually, I thought it would take me a bit longer to get back into the swing of extracting the maximum out of front wheel drive machinery but testament to my teammate and my engineer who helped provide me with a stable platform to build on. To score points on my return to the series was a great result and one I’m extremely proud of”.
BTCC race winner Aron Taylor-Smith will be making his return to the series with Team HARD. Racing driving the third new Cupra Leon.
Taylor Smith has been away from the series for 4 years, last competing in 2017 where he took multiple race wins driving the now retired Volkswagen CC. Since his debut in 2011 he has completed six full seasons in the series. In 2018, Taylor-Smith switched to GT racing taking several class wins in the Blancpain GT Sprint Cup series and competed in the British GT championship in 2019. However, Aron felt the 2021 season was the right time to make his return to the BTCC.
“I am back and more ready than ever! Watching from the sidelines this year made me realise how much I miss the BTCC. It’s a championship like no other and I was determined to get back on the grid for 2021. What I love about Tony is his passion to win, it’s refreshing to be around, and I already know that I will feel right at home”.
Our fourth and final Cupra driver is yet TBC.
A new collaboration between Team HARD. Racing and Laser Tools Racing will see the creation of the ultimate BTCC team that will have a huge presence in the 2021 BTCC.
Two-time reigning champion Ash Sutton, fan favourite Aiden Moffat and local hero Carl Boardley will be making a three-pronged attack in the championship winning Infiniti Q50s. Laser Tools Racing are currently building a third Infiniti Q50 that Carl Boardley will switch to from the BMW 1series for the upcoming season.
Team leader Tony Gilham said “Ash and Aiden are a formidable pairing and so to be able to keep these guys together is vital to the commercial side of the operation and following the successes of 2020, it is a very solid platform on which to build on.
“Both these guys are amazing young talents and a big part of the future of the BTCC. So to have them working with us is a very proud moment for us. This is an essential part of the package as we at Team HARD aspire to keep developing and improving as a team and there is no better way to learn than working with the best in the business”.
Ash commented “It’s great to have the addition of Carl Boardley and Team Hard with us for the up and coming season. To have a third Infiniti on the grid will benefit in many ways, speeding up the development with the car, conditions and direction of setup changes throughout a weekend”.
“For me, there is nothing like the BTCC as a fan, a driver, a team owner or a businessman. At every level it ticks all the boxes. It’s a TV show with some great characters which is full of highs and lows. The marketing of the championship is fantastic with the fan base being second to none. You won’t find another championship like it. For 2019 we will be running our four Volkswagen CC’s which are proven machinery in the BTCC paddock. In 2018 the 2017 Clio Cup champion and the 2017 VW Cup champion joined the team demonstrating that we are one of the most exciting teams on the grid.
Realistically, all we want to do is to keep improving. We want to win every championship we compete in and we have done in the Britcar, VW Cup and British GT, yet the BTCC still eludes us. To win the BTCC would write our team in UK motorsport history. We are a young team that is pushing established manufacturers to the limit and our plan is to bring our partners along for the rise to the top of the UK’s most prestigious championship and beyond!”
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