Driver Profiles

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James Palmer, aged 45,  Series Owner engaged to Alison Pepler, series Co-ordinator

Lives in Woodford Green, Essex.

Also owns Dipsticks Tyres and Exhausts, an Mot and Service station in South Woodford, London

Sponsored by JC Motorhomes     http://www.jcmotorhomes.com

Won Britcar in 2002 in BMW E30 M3

 

 

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Alan Palmer, aged 42, Married with 2 children, born in Hastings, East Sussex.

Graduated from Loughborough University as a Mechanical Engineer and now works at Triumph Motorcycles as an Engineer.

Raced radio controlled cars as a teenager (achieved 3rd in British Championship)

Raced Karts (formula TKM) 1998 -2001

Ginetta “want2race” finalist 2013 (finished 7th)

Debut season in the 4two cup 2014 (achieved 2 podium finishes)

2nd Season in the 4two cup (3rd place overall with 4 2nd place finishes)

 

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Alistair Woodhead, aged 37, lives in Bristol

Works as an I.T. Consultant

About to start 2nd year in the 4wo cup as an owner driver in a Smart 450 (class 2) which has been prepared with the help of “Fudgesmart”after competing last year on the seasonal arrive and drive package in a Smart 451 (Class 1) Hoping to make some improvements after spending last year finding his feet and hopefully achieve some podiums.

 

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Greg Owens, aged 39, married with a young daughter, lives near Lichfield in Staffordshire.

Runs his own IT Consultancy specialising in Customer Relationship Management Solutions.

As well as racing 2-stroke karts for around 15 years, he has twice won the Piaggio Ape “World” Championship for 3-wheeled trucks, was a finalist in the 2014 “want2race” competition and is a regular competitor in the British 24 Hour Kart Race achieving pole in 2014 and 3rd place in 2015.

Made his car racing debut with the 4two cup in 2015, on an arrive and drive seasonal package, achieving 3 podium finishes and narrowly missing out on 2 wins. For 2016, he is supported by Midland Karting (www.midlandkarting.co.uk) – the circuit where he first drove a kart many years ago.

Greg has his own website (www.vitalogymotorsport.com) and is on twitter (www.twitter.com/speedracergreg)