Wesley Swain confirmed as Pro Alloys Racing with Maximum Motorsport Fiesta Juniors entryPhil
Wesley Swain steps up to car racing in 2023, where he will make his debut in the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship at the wheel of the brand-new Pro Alloys Racing with Maximum Motorsport Mk7 Next Generation Fiesta.
Wesley has spent the last five years racing in the Karting ranks, where he took his first race win in the Honda Cadet class at Whilton Mill in Northamptonshire aged 10. He followed this up by moving to the Mini x30 class where he finished third in the British Karting Championships.
2023 will be Wesley’s first year in car racing, driving for the experienced alliance of Pro Alloys Racing, who compete in the Milltek Sport Civic Cup and Maximum Motorsport, who promote the TCR UK Touring Car Championship and have competed in the British Endurance Championship recently.
Alongside the Civic Cup, the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship has been announced as an official feeder series for TCR UK in 2023, where Wesley will have the chance to race at seven different events in locations such as: Snetterton 300, Croft, Oulton Park Island, Knockhill, Silverstone National, Donington Park National and Brands Hatch Indy.
Peter Swain, CEO of RBW EV Classic Cars and proud father, is happy to see Wesley achieve his ambition by moving up to the championship.
“It was always Wes’s ambition to move to cars. Karting has been a very competitive environment for five years where Wes has learnt his race craft, something he very much hopes to carry across to the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship with Team Pro Alloys with Maximum Motorsport.”
Pro Alloys Racing Team Principal Neil Greenland is excited about entering the BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship with Wesley.
“Wesley is our first signing in the Fiesta Junior Championship and also it our first time competing in this championship as well. With the experience we have built up from the Civic Cup, we will provide Wesley with the best opportunity to learn in his first year of this competitive championship.”
Maximum Motorsport Team Principal Stewart Lines is happy to be a part of the championship in its first year as an official feeder series to TCR UK.
“The BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship is key part of TCR UK’s expansion in the UK. It is vitally important to have young drivers competing in the support races, so that they can progress further in their career, to reach the goal of driving a touring car at the top level.”