MB Motosport 2024

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Uniserve is proud to announce the extension of its winning partnership with Laser Tools Racing and MB Motorsport for the 2024 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship.

The strengthened partnership sees Uniserve confirm its involvement with the MB Motorsport operation following their most successful BTCC season to date in 2023, populated with six race wins, sixteen podiums and varied activation programmes across the UK.

The relationship will once again see the team flying the Uniserve flag with strong branding on the West Surrey Racing-run BMW 330e M Sport, to be driven by fan-favourite and championship contender Jake Hill throughout the 2024 season.

2024 Vehicle Livery

2024 Race Summaries

Jake Oulton with race trophies

Credit: Jakob Ebrey

Brands Hatch Indy - 12th May

Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport had a rollercoaster of a weekend at Brands Hatch Indy Circuit. Jake Hill and his trusty BMW 330e M Sport were all set to conquer the track but things didn’t kick off as smoothly as expected. Jake had a bit of a struggle in qualifying and found himself starting from twelfth on the grid.

Race day wasn’t a walk in the park but Jake went full beast mode, clawing his way from twelfth to fifth in the first race, or should we say fourth after another driver received a penalty. In the second race, Jake was chasing podium dreams until his car received several hard hits from rivals, causing him to retire early due to damaged steering.

In the final race, Jake waved from the back row before saying, “Catch me if you can!” He sped through the chaos to finish twelfth, rounding off a turbluent day.

Despite the ups and downs, Jake’s sitting in fourth place in the championship with 59 points. We look forward to the next round at Snetterton.

Jake Oulton with race trophies

Credit: Jakob Ebrey

Donington Park - 28th April

Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport kicked off the 2024 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship with a bang! Jake Hill bagged two third-place trophies and a fifth-place finish for good measure. Their WSR-run BMW 330e M Sport worked its magic around Donington Park’s 1.98-mile track.

Jake started the weekend with practice sessions, where he showed off his skills by finishing 12th and then 6th. Qualifying was a whole new ball game, split into groups but Jake nailed it, securing a spot in the top six shootout and eventually snagging a spot on the second row for the opening race.

Race day wasn’t without its drama, thanks to some good ol’ British weather causing delays. But when Jake hit the track, he was on fire, zooming past competitors like a boss and clinching third place in the first race. He kept the momentum going in the next races, landing consecutive third-place finishes, with a little rain dance and some slick moves.

Even in the chaos of the reverse grid race, Jake managed to weave his way to fifth place, wrapping up the weekend with a solid performance. Now he’s off to Brands Hatch Indy with a podium-worthy third place in the championship standings, ready to shake things up again. Bring on the next round!