Rising Midlothian Racing Driver Collects Trophy for Second Consecutive UK Championship Win.

From left, Hannah Wilson, Competition secretary of LMP3 British Championship organisers, Bute Motorsport, Colin Noble, Nielsen Racing Team Owner, David (‘Sven’) Thompson and Chris Haynes, Managing Director of Bute Motorsport

 

Another fantastic performance across the 11 completed rounds of this season’s LMP3 British Championship, helped rising young Midlothian racing driver, Colin Noble (22) and his Ecurie Ecosse/Nielsen Racing team, to their second consecutive championship win.

Colin said: I’m obviously thrilled to have won the LMP3 British Championship for the second year in succession and thanks must go to all my sponsors, especially Merit Holdings, for their continued support and help in making it all possible.”

Colin collected his winner’s trophy from LMP3 British Championship organisers, Bute Motorsports’ MD, Chris Haynes, at a glittering awards ceremony at Brands Hatch recently.

Colin and the Ecurie Ecosse/Nielsen racing team now head off to the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia for the final race of the 2018/2019 Asian Le Mans Series across February 22-24. Colin and his team mate, Tony Wells, currently lie fourth in the championship, a point off third and 20 off the championship leaders

 

Iain Reekie