The new deal with Quaife is set to spur further growth in grid sizes - Photo: Rachel Bourne

The BRSCC Fiesta Junior Championship will take a substantial step forward in its development in 2016, after the Club secured lucrative support from Quaife Engineering.

In a deal that came about following a meeting at the recent Autosport International Racing Car Show at the NEC in Birmingham, it has been agreed that the transmission and drivetrain giants will supply a free differential to all registered competitors of the Championship.

All those who are looking to compete in FJC are required to have paid the registration fee in full, regardless of how many races they are competing in, before receiving their free differential. They are to be distributed by Daniels Motorsport from their workshop in Canterbury, Kent. 

BRSCC Chairman Bernard Cottrell expressed his delighted at the deal, stating "I'm very pleased that we've been able to reach this agreement between the Club and Quaife for our FJC competitors. Quaife are seen as one of the market leaders in transmissions and drivetrains, so to have them pledge their support is nothing but good news. It further cements the rude health that FJC is experiencing at the moment and I have every faith that this will be a huge boost to the Club, the Championship and British junior motorsport as a whole."

Registrations for this season are currently set to hit a higher number than ever before, which comes off the back of a record 15 cars taking to the grid for the season finale at Brands Hatch last October. 2016's grid is set to match and even potentially exceed this number come the season opener on the Snetterton 300 circuit in Norfolk on April 2/3. We hope you'll be able to join us for what is set to be our biggest and best season to date!

Scott Woodwiss

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Driver Accrued Points Adjusted Total
1 James Waite 334 304
2 Magnus Kriklywi 290 290
3 Isaac Smith 256 256