Taking the 2014 JSCC title, James Dorlin has gone on to become a Mclaren Development Driver & GT driver, a BRDC Rising Star and is now enjoying success in the Porsche Sprint Challenge GB.
A frequent member of the JSCC paddock, James has coached #600 Ruben Hage in the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
The first and only female to clinch the JSCC title in 2016.
2020 saw Katie sign a deal to race British GT as a McLaren development driver. Enjoying successes in 24 hour races at Silverstone and Belgium and winning plenty of awards along the way, Katie joins the JSCC at our annual scholarship as an instructor.
Racing JSCC in 2018 and collecting plenty of silverware along the way, Ben has stepped up to the JCW Mini Challenge GB in 2020 and clinched a win and a podium on his maiden outing. He finished 7th overall in 2020.
Topping the rookie championship in 2016 and taking 2nd place in 2017, Ethan Hammertons career sky rocked post JSCC, landing with a British Touring Car drive with Team Hard in 2018.
He currently competes in the JCW Mini Championship and returned to BTCC in 2020 with TradePrice Cars.
Charlotte made her debut in 2017 and enjoyed success through her two seasons with JSCC, taking podiums in her 2nd year.
She has gone onto race in an endurance Ginetta G40 in Britcar, taking multiple podiums in their maiden season.
Taking classic racing by storm, Benn Tilley has enjoyed success in Classic Formula Ford, winning the championship in 2018 and then the Classic Formula 3 title in 2020.
Competing in JSCC in 2014, Benn collected a handful of podiums along the way.
Lining up on the JSCC grid in 2016 and 2017, Luke Browning has gone on to compete in the British Forumla 4 Championship.
Luke has enjoyed plenty of success in the class, taking a win on his debut in 2019 and then the F4 title in 2020.