Where to stay in Lamballe.

The Kyriad Hotel Lamballe is located opposite the train station in the heart of Lamballe in Brittany. It offers free Wi-Fi.
Guest rooms are equipped with a welcome tray, tea/coffee making facilities, an en suite bathroom and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Rooms are accessible by lift.
Additional services at the hotel Kyriad include daily buffet breakfast, a lounge bar and 24-hour reception.
The historic town centre is easily accessible on foot from the Kyriad. Points of interest include La Place du Martray square and an exposition by Mathurin Méheut (a famous local artist). Saint-Brieuc is just a 15-minute drive from the hotel.

Prices start from 65 euros per night.

Annual General Meeting.

The Annual General Meeting will take place at Les Fontaines Tavern St John on Tuesday 11th February at 7:30pm

Provisional Dates 2014

March 1st & 2nd
April 26th & 27th including week of testing
May 31st Including week of testing
June 1st
July 26th & 27th
August 30th & 31st
September 27th & 28th
October 25th & 26th including week of testing
All dates are currently provisional.
For more information contact:mail@jkracing.org

SWB planning three car assault on Protyre Formula Renault.

 

Protyre Formula Renault Championship squad SWB Motorsport is plotting a potential three-car entry for the 2014 campaign it has been revealed today, Friday, 17th January, off the back of becoming the first of the teams to name its initial driver signing ahead of the new season.

Having already sealed a deal with 17-year-old Jersey-based karting graduate Jack Butel, the Daventry squad is working hard on filling its remaining seats in the popular single-seater series as talks with two other competitors reach an advanced stage.

Butel, who was already associated with SWB's karting team, began his motorsport career in 2010 where he finished as Vice-Champion of the Jersey Championship 125cc Mini Max class. Claiming his first title the following year in the 125cc Junior category, he moved into 125cc Shifter karts in 2012 and promptly won his second consecutive championship crown.

Making his single-seater testing debut with SWB in one of its Protyre Formula Renault cars last year, Butel impressed team principal Simon Baldry with his performance and will almost certainly be one of the youngest drivers in the championship when the season begins in April.

"We're extremely happy to have Jack on board at such an important time in his racing career", said Baldry, "We work hard with our kart drivers to bring them into the Formula Renault team as it's the best place to learn the tools necessary to take them all the way to their goal.

"Jack comes with some good sponsors and they are all keen to support this bright young talent all the way up the ladder. We are putting all we can behind him and will be working hard on our simulator to get him ready for the upcoming testing programme and into the season proper."

Baldry added: "We're looking to run a potential three car line-up this year in Protyre Formula Renault as we have a couple of other drivers in advanced talks at the moment. One is a driver who has run with us previously so we're hopeful of concluding more deals in the coming weeks."

In addition to its single-seater programme, SWB Motorsport is also set to run two cars again in the Michelin Clio Cup Road Series where the team secured a clean sweep of main season wins during the maiden year of the category in 2013. Plans are also in place to field a car in the Michelin Clio Cup Race Series for the first time.

Rounds one, two and three of the 2014 Protyre Formula Renault Championship will take place over the weekend 5th/6th April at Rockingham International Super Sportscar Circuit in Northamptonshire.

Along with headline sponsor Protyre, Formula Renault is additionally supported by Michelin.

Article courtesy of renaultsport.co.uk