Donington Park - 1st/2nd August 2020
The 2019 MSUK kart series vice champion Harry Yardley-Rose will make his circuit racing debut with Team HARD. Racing at just 16 years of age in the 2020 VW Racing Cup. Yardley-Rose is the third confirmed entry for Team HARD. Racing in this seasons VW Racing Cup in the...
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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, winner of round 27 of the championship in 2019 will return for another season with Team HARD. Racing of which he made his debut in the series in 2013. Jack will be bringing several experienced personnel to the team to further improve the Kent team’s chances in 2020.
“It’s a pleasure to re-sign for Team HARD. Racing, we made some good progress across the year with limited testing opportunities and with the testing plan we have in place, I am confident of making big strides with the car and the team for the 2020 season…
Tony showed faith in me by putting me in the car at the last moment for the 2019 season, however we knew we would be up against it with no pre-season testing. I’m delighted to be able to repay the team with their first BTCC victory at Silverstone which was the biggest highlight of the year.
I am now looking forward to getting started again with the lads at HQ and my engineer Adam to make sure we hit the ground running at the start of the season.
British racing driver Howard Fuller is set to replace Mike Bushell in one of the Team HARD. Racing Volkswagen CCs for a minimum of the first three rounds of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) whilst Bushell continues his recovery from Myocarditis – an inflammation of the heart muscle.
It’s a frustrating time for Bushell who was looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of the Volkswagen CC “I’m extremely frustrated to have yet another hurdle put in front of me in my pursuit of success in the BTCC.
I had a good feeling about the development of the Volkswagen CC for 2020 and was excited to get behind the wheel. I’ve been in close contact with the team with the winter upgrades and was keen to start from where we left off in 2018…
British racing driver Nic Hamilton completes Team HARD. Racing’s 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) driver line up as he is confirmed as the fourth and final driver.
Hamilton contested 24 rounds of the UK’s most competitive motor racing championship in 2019 competing in a Ford Focus. Looking ahead to 2020, there is great excitement for what a second year in the series might bring as Hamilton takes to the wheel of a ROKiT Phones and ABK Beer sponsored Team HARD. Racing Volkswagen CC.
The team have been working hard to develop the Volkswagen CC which demonstrated an improvement in pace during the second half of the 2019 season, consistently challenging the front runners. This improvement in performance was highlighted when the team took their first ever BTCC win at Silverstone…
Team HARD. Racing are delighted to announce that Carl Boardley will remain with the team for the 2020 British Touring Car Championship campaign in a recently acquired BMW 1 Series.
Carl, who is a multiple National Hot Rod World Champion will return for another season with Team HARD. Racing with which he made his debut in the series in 2018. Carl has multiple years of experience in Motorsport and initially raced his Ginetta G55 in the 2018 Supercup under the Team HARD Banner.
Carl is looking forward to getting behind the wheel of his self – purchased BMW 1 Series for the first time over the winter…
“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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