MANDY ANDREW APPOINTED IN NEW BRSCC DEPUTY RACE OPERATIONS ROLE
The British Racing & Sports Car Club is delighted to announce that Mandy Andrew will be stepping up to a new role as Deputy Race Operations for the 2020 season and beyond.
Mandy has been one of the driving forces behind the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Championship, MX-5 SuperCup and MX-5 Super Series in recent years, taking on the role of championship co-ordinator in 2016 and overseeing a halcyon period for all three series during this time. Moving up to this new role, Mandy will now use her experience and expertise to work alongside other championship coordinators and personnel to oversee and aid their development during 2020 and across subsequent seasons. She will work alongside Race Operations & General Manager, Paul McErlean, to ensure that both the club’s current and future developments are successful going forwards.
All of this ensures that the 2020 season will be an exciting one for the BRSCC, with a healthy portfolio of formulae all gearing up for their opening rounds within the next few weeks, which will include the first race of a full calendar for the well-supported BRSCC Clubsport Trophy as well as bumper entries already being logged for series such as the Mazda MX-5 Championship, Nankang Tyres BMW Compact Cup and the revitalized Fiesta Junior Championship racing with MRF Tyres. There are also a couple of highly anticipated new projects in the works, with details expected within the coming weeks.
Speaking about her new appointment, Mandy said: “Becoming Deputy Race Operations for the BRSCC is an exciting new role for me and I look forward to the challenge. 2020 is going to be a new and exciting year and I have no doubt that working alongside Paul, the Club and the rest of the formulae on the portfolio will allow me to learn and expand my knowledge of the current landscape of British club motorsport. This will be key in allowing me to assist the club in developing new and exciting championships and series in the future, as well as allowing the current roster to perform to its potential. I’m eager to get started and can’t wait to see what the season ahead will bring.”
BRSCC’s Race Operations & General Manager, Paul McErlean added: “I couldn’t be any more delighted, and I’m really looking forward to working with Mandy, she’s the perfect addition to our newly formed development team set up to support and develop our network of coordinators and clients, and to help deliver new and exciting projects we’ll be working on over the season.”