Car Gods 54 partner with Essex and Kent Motorsport for the 2019 season.
Lewis raced from the age of seven in most classes of Kart throughout the UK and Europe in British, European and World Championships and also raced in the USA. He moved up from karts to cars in 2015, racing for 2 years in the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship before joining the senior class in 2017 where he came runner-up in the Championship with 10 podiums out of 22 races including two wins. Lewis also raced for Steve Mole Motorsport in Sports 2000 having his best result at Spa with a 2nd and 4th finish.
Lewis is now in his second season racing in the TCR UK Championship, having finished 5th in the 2018 season. Hopes are high for Lewis in 2019 as he hopes to push for TCR UK honours and venture into TCR Europe on some occasions.
Like his brother, Bradley has raced from the age of seven in various classes of kart throughout the UK in British and European Championships.
In 2016 Bradley moved up to cars, racing in the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship until August when he became 16. Bradley then made a successful switch to senior Fiesta’s.
He continued in the Fiesta Senior Championship in 2018 before making the switch to the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Supercup. With the experience he gained in 2018, Brad is now raring to go in 2019.
Both drivers have begun 2019 in the perfect way, Lewis is currently leading the driver’s championship in TCR UK after a pole position and double win at the latest round, and his brother Bradley is performing well in Mazda’s, lying 10th in the Supercup and taking 2 wins at the latest round of the Super Series.
Car Gods 54 look forward to working with the team and wish them all the best for the remainder of the season!