LATEST DOUGLAS MOTORSPORT NEWS
Douglas Motorsport are pleased to announce that Mexican racer Alexandra Mohnhaupt will race with the team in the 2018 BRDC British F3 Championship. The 18-year-old is making the step up to British F3 after two seasons at Formula 4 level, making history this month as...read more
Douglas Motorsport are pleased to announce that Jamie Chadwick will race with team in the 2018 BRDC British F3 Championship. The 19-year-old enjoyed a competitive season in BRDC British F3 in 2017, finishing a creditable ninth overall in the final standings, and...read more
It was 24 hours to remember for Stuart Middleton. After winning the 2018 Sunoco Whelen Challenge, the youngest driver ever to win the competition, Stuart's reward was a drive at the famous Rolex 24 race at Daytona International Speedway with the Action Express Racing...read more
From www.britishf3.com The calendar for the 2018 BRDC British F3 Championship has been confirmed, with 24 races scheduled across eight rounds, seven of which will see the series continue to co-headline with the British GT Championship. The season runs from the Easter...read more
A video of the 2017 Ginetta Junior Championship in which Douglas Motorsport were the Rookie (Kiern Jewiss) and Team Champions.read more
Who are Douglas Motorsport
Douglas Motorsport race team setup in 2012 specialise in the BDRC British F3 championship and Ginetta Junior/Super cup having taken championships,race wins,podiums and fastest laps in all classes. We have recently expanded and now participate in the LMP3 series – the Prototype Cup.
Our expansion to LMP3 enhances our position as leaders in driver development, giving drivers a path of progression from karts to Ginetta Junior, Ginetta GT4 and LMP3. LMP3 is also suitable for drivers progressing from the single seat class British Formula 3.
Lead by Experienced racing driver and former British Formula Vauxhall champion, Mclaren Autosport Award young driver of the year nominee Wayne Douglas, the wealth of experience within the team is immense, having won Irish and British titles before running a successful driver development program for over 10 years.