Bobby Thompson, the reigning Jack Sears Trophy champion, will be taking over the entry at Knockhill that was previously occupied by Rob Huff. Thompson is set to compete for the rest of the season, starting with races this weekend at Silverstone and next month at Brands Hatch.
Thompson had an impressive start to the season, qualifying in fourth place at Oulton Park. However, he was forced to sit out the remaining races when Michael Crees, the 2020 JST title winner, secured a budget to make his return.
Despite being sidelined for a few rounds, Thompson now has the opportunity to showcase his skills once again. The talented driver will be joining Team HARD and is determined to make the most of this late-season opportunity.
With two races left in the calendar, Thompson will have the chance to make a strong impression and fight for valuable points. Silverstone and Brands Hatch are well-known tracks in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), and Thompson will be aiming to make his mark on these circuits.
The decision to bring Thompson back into the fold highlights his talent and potential within the BTCC. His previous performances, including his success in the Jack Sears Trophy last year, prove that he has what it takes to compete at a high level.
As the season reaches its climax, fans will be eagerly watching to see how Thompson adapts to the new challenges and continues to impress on the track. The BTCC is known for its fierce competition and close battles, and Thompson will undoubtedly add to the excitement.
Thompson’s return to Team HARD is a testament to his dedication and perseverance. Despite facing setbacks earlier in the season, he has remained focused and determined to make his mark in the BTCC.
Stay tuned to RaceTrackWorld.com for all the latest updates on Bobby Thompson’s journey as he takes on Silverstone and Brands Hatch in his bid for BTCC success.