Offer on the table for super Scott

BARKINGSIDE RACER Scott Malvern has had a firm offer to race for multiple Formula Ford Champions Jamun Racing Services.

Last season’s runner-up in the Formula Ford Championship had two successful testing sessions with the team at both Snetterton and Silverstone circuits and could now head a four-man team in pursuit of their seventh consecutive championship win.

It won’t be the first time Malvern has teamed up with Jamun after having a spell as a mechanic in 2008, before becoming their main rival whilst driving for the Cliff Dempsey Racing squad last season.

And although the 22-year-old would have liked to make a step up to move up to Formula Three or Formula Renault, he admits he wouldn’t turn down any opportunity to race this season.

“Joining Jamun would keep my name at the forefront of the National Motorsport scene, and possibly keep me in the running for a second McLaren Autosport Award nomination,” said Malvern.


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“But I still have to raise the budget even for this. However the deal that I am being offered is very good and we don’t need too much to get started, so I am hopeful that there is someone out there that can help me to find the funds.”

If he was to take up Jamun’s offer, Malvern’s season would commence on April 9/10 at Silverstone and take him to all the UK’s top circuits, alongside three overseas circuits including the legendary Spa in Belgium and Zandvoort in Holland.

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The events will also be covered live on both Channel Four and specialist channel Motors TV.

Should you be interested in supporting Scott or would like further information please contact him via his website www.scottmalvern.com or speak to his management on 07890 117414.

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