1989: Alastair Rushforth Motorsport Founded
The motorsport team was founded when Alastair started racing karts. The team has always been a family orientated team based in Oxfordshire.
1998: Alastair Rushforth Motorsport Enters Car Racing
After Karting made way for car racing in 1998, the team successfully ran a number of MG ZR’s alongside Alastair’s own racing in the MG Trophy Championship.
Also back on the track, for a one-off in 2020 season, MGZR170. Previously also competi
2013 – 2017: Race Engineer At WDE
Alastair has previously worked with WDE as a race engineer working with competitors in the Renault Clio Cup supporting the BTCC championship from 2013 to mid 2017.
2018: The Jump To Elite Motorsport
When he moved to Elite Motorsport to work with James Hedley in his rookie year in Ginetta Junior Championship, Hedley went on to win the 2018 Winter series.
2019: Alastair Rushforth Motorsport Enters The British Touring Car Championship
In 2019, Alastair Rushforth Motorsport made the step into the British Touring Car Championship support paddock running Ginetta Juniors.
So far, running 2 different drivers in the last year, including winter series.
Series Alastair Rushforth Motorsport Participates In
TKM Extreme, MG Trophy Championship & Ginetta Junior Championship
“After working with Alastair Rushforth Motorsport for a season we can not recommend the team highly enough. We reeled from more than our share of good and bad luck but Ali was consistently there… brilliance with the car, a supportive ear for the driver as Ali has driven himself and a sharp decision maker as manager.
I honestly couldn’t have imagined the season without Ali, by joining this team you’re be in the best of hands. “
what the manager says
“I’ve known the Taylor’s for a few years through Karting, and talks about Zak racing in Ginetta Juniors actually started in mid-2018.
After a somewhat enforced plunge into resurrecting a race team & jumping into the TOCA paddock, the Taylor’s, along with the Bilinski’s, stuck with me, for which I’m extremely grateful.
The plan last year was always for Zak to concentrate on his exams & to fit some Ginetta testing in around his British Kart Championship commitments before racing at Thruxton, Silverstone & the Brands Hatch finale and keeping his Rookie status for this season.
A lot of people headed back to work today, and for us it was no exception, the only difference being our place of work was a race circuit. A proper winter testing programme has been choreographed, and Zak has spent some time at the workshop, all of which is in preparation for the season ahead.
We both know that it’s a marathon not a sprint in terms of the Championship, but we intend on arriving at Donington for round 1 in the best possible position, and I see no reason why we can’t make some waves along the way”