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Moh delivers a points finish on his senior motor racing debut

Leeds and Tockwith Motorsports (TMS) driver, Moh Ritson, has hailed his senior motor racing debut as “very positive” following an encouraging points-finish in the Britcar Dunlop Endurance Championship season-opener at Silverstone.

Moh makes his move into GT racing

Following a successful 2018 contesting the BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship, 2019 will see 16-year old Moh Ritson from Leeds take his first step into GT racing when he competes in the Dunlop Britcar Endurance Championship driving a Ginetta G50.

Moh signs off 2018 in spectacular style at Brands Hatch firework finale

Following a successful and extremely promising first full season of motorsport, 16 year-old Moh Ritson from Leeds signed off 2018 with the BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship Winter Series; a two-race finale that took place alongside the spectacular Truck Racing and Fireworks weekend at Brands Hatch on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th November.

Moh ends his first season on a high

A pair of top-ten finishes in the final two rounds of this year’s BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship ensured that 16-year old racing driver Moh Ritson from Leeds ended is first full season of motorsport on a high note.

Two top-tens and a weekend of new experiences for Moh at Silverstone

Teenage racing driver Moh Ritson added to his portfolio of successes last weekend, when he scored top-ten finishes in both of Sunday's BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship races at Silverstone. The meeting also provided the 16-year old from Leeds with invaluable experience, as he masterfully dealt with a range of weather conditions and intense activity on the track.

Moh continues to show potential with another top-ten Junior Saloon Car Championship finish

Yet another polished performance by 16-year old Moh Ritson from Leeds saw him reaffirm his potential as an up-and-coming racing driver, when he scored a sixth place in the first of the two BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship races at Donington Park on Saturday (29th September) and 11th in the second - rounds 13 & 14 of the 18-round series.

Moh shines at Anglesey to score career-best fourth

This weekend (1st & 2nd September) saw 16 year old Moh Ritson from Leeds score the best result of his motor racing career so far when, following a mature and perfectly executed drive from 13th on the grid, he crossed the line in fourth place and set the fourth fastest lap time. The race represented round 12 of the highly competitive BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship and took place on the technically demanding cliff-top Anglesey circuit in wet and slippery conditions.

Moh impresses on his return to the racetrack

Press information - 20th August 2018

Following a nine-week break since his previous event, up-and-coming teenage racing driver Moh Ritson from Leeds returned to action on 17th & 18th August, when he contested rounds 11 and 12 of the BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship at Snetterton Circuit.  An impressive performance in both races rewarded him with a top-ten finish and the opportunity to gain further valuable experience as he battles for honours in the hotly contested saloon car series for 14 to 17 year olds.

Moh reaps success at Rockingham with two strong results and performance award

Press Information - 20th June 2018

Saturday's (16th June) BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship meeting at Rockingham Motor Speedway in Northamptonshire represented rounds seven and eight for 14 to 17 year olds driving identical specification Citroen Saxo VTRs, the event witnessing 15-year old racing driver Moh Ritson deliver a strong performance to finish 10th and 11th in the day's two races.
 

Moh impresses on his first full race-distance weekend

Press Information - 14th May 2018

In his very first season of competition, 15-year old Moh Ritson delivered a faultless performance in rounds five and six of this weekend's BARC Junior Saloon Car Championship races at Brands Hatch, when the teenager from Leeds signaled his potential with two exceptionally well-judged drives. At the wheel of his Tockwith Motorsport prepared Citroen Saxo VTR, Moh rocketed off the line in both 16-lap races gaining 4 places from the grid to first corner.
 

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