BRSCC APPOINTS JEREMY CROOK AS PARTNERSHIPS COORDINATOR
The British Racing & Sports Car Club is delighted to confirm the appointment of Jeremy Crook as their new Partnerships Coordinator.
Jeremy has a genuine lifelong passion and enthusiasm for motorsport, his involvement beginning with his local motor club as a rally marshal before several years competing in road and stage rallies throughout the UK. Jeremy then moved into circuit racing competing in single seaters and the BRSCC’s Mazda MX-5 Supercup and Super Series for several years. More recently Jeremy has competing in the Silverlake Citroen C1 Endurance race series, achieving his first C1 podium finish in the summer of 2023. Jeremy is also actively involved with the club as safety car observer and as a member of the organising team of the inaugural BRSCC Driven by Racing event taking place in November 2023.
Jeremy has worked in sales/marketing and senior commercial roles all of his career and moved on to start his own business nearly 20 years ago which continues to partner well-known consumer brands successfully delivering programs to improve brand visibility and sales in retail outlets and consumer events. This means Jeremy is perfectly equipped to move into the Partnership Coordinator role with the club, with the ability to use all of his experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm to play a key part in maintaining and developing BRSCC’s commercial partnerships throughout the 2024 season and beyond.
Speaking of his new appointment, Jeremy said “I am thrilled to be joining the BRSCC in the role of Partnerships Coordinator. Motorsport is a lifelong passion of mine, whether as a spectator or competing myself. Having been involved with the club for over 10 years and as a BRSCC customer, I am really excited to be joining the HQ team. The BRSCC is moving onwards and upwards, delivering a quality portfolio of series and events and I am looking forward to becoming much more involved to share just how being partnering with the Club can benefit outside commercial organisations. I wish to take this opportunity to thank Paul McErlean and the BRSCC Board of Directors for this opportunity.”
The BRSCC’s Chief Operating Officer Paul McErlean was equally delighted at the new addition to the club’s HQ team, adding “I have known Jeremy for a number of years and seen his enthusiasm for motorsport. Jeremy has an in-depth and valuable understanding of how partnerships work for the benefit of all parties. Both myself and the Club firmly believe that he is the ideal person to join our HQ team as our new Partnerships Coordinator and he will further enhance our exceptional operations team to ensure the BRSCC remains at the forefront of British club motorsport.”