College of West Anglia Isle campus motorsport team picks up two podium finishes at iconic Brands Hatch circuit

16:15 15 May 2014

Podium delight at Brands Hatch.

Podium delight at Brands Hatch.

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A college’s motorsport team put in some impressive displays at Brands Hatch.

The Formula Ford team.The Formula Ford team.

Racers from the Isle campus of the College of West Anglia finished on the podium in both the Formula Ford and Mini Cooper races.

Richard Tarling finished third in the Formula Ford category, while Josh Gollin was third in the Mini Cooper Challenge.

Lecturer JP Latham said: “I am very proud of the work we are doing in the motorsport department and the effort of the student team members.

“It makes the horrible weather, cold nights and midnight arrival back at college worth it.”

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