With over 40 cars already in various stages of preparation ahead of the inaugural season of Audi TT Cup Racing, it’s no secret that everyone involved with developing the BRSCC’s latest single-make race series has been blown away by the level of interest and genuine commitment that the new series has generated!

With such great momentum already achieved, the Club has been working hard behind the scenes to build the best infrastructure to support the Audi TTCR series in 2023 and toward the further goal of developing it to full championship status in 2024. As part of this infrastructure, the BRSCC is delighted to confirm the appointment of Andrew Schofield as Series Coordinator.

As well as enjoying his own on-track experiences as a driver, Andrew has an impressive history of motorsport involvement, and the Club believes he will be a real asset to the new race series and a big influence on its future growth. Andrew’s motorsport career has seen him involved with some key projects, these including running his own kart team, as well as an involvement with the Vauxhall Vectra Scholarship programme and then the Michelin Clio Scholarship. Andrew has also been involved in looking after corporate sponsors on TOCA events, as well as managing driver programmes for GT Cup and Porsche Cup amongst others. He has also spent a large proportion of the last 10 years teaching ice driving skills to corporate clients in Sweden and Norway!

On confirming the appointment of Andrew to this new role within the Club, BRSCC’s Head of Formulae Development Greg Graham said, “Whilst it’s exciting for the Club and our partners to witness the rapid initial growth of Audi TTCR, we are fully aware that we can’t now sit back thinking the hard work has been done. As a Club, we realise that our members and customers expect the best levels of service and support from us, and as such our talented and committed coordinator team plays a hugely important part in delivering those aspects. We are delighted that we’ve been able to attract Andrew to help us manage and develop the Audi TTCR programme, and we believe he’ll be a real asset to not only our team, but to the owners, drivers and race teams that are involved”.

Responding, Andrew said, “Having already raced in the new Audi TT Cup car in 2022, I immediately formed an opinion that they make fantastic cars without having a ridiculous cost of either buying the car or preparing them. Having also been involved with a number of drivers who got involved in the Audi TTCR project early in its development I recognised that it would quickly become a pretty significant race series. To be appointed by the BRSCC to help run this new and upcoming championship is something I am really looking forward to, and I’m confident that the series will continue to grow. I look forward to supporting new and experienced drivers alike, and to meeting everyone at the first meeting in April”.

To find out more about getting involved on in this year’s new Audi TT Cup Racing series, Andrew can be contacted by email at



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