Ben   has   been   racing   since   the   age   of   three,   when   he   was   first   given   a   contract by   Motorsport   World   at   Rye   House   in   Hertfordshire,   the   same   kart   track   where Lewis    Hamilton    was    first    noticed.    At    only    four    years    old    and    he    was    the youngest sponsored athlete to be signed as a works driver. Ben   progressed   through   karting   to   the   top   level,   winning   races   at   the   British   championship,   where   Lewis   Hamilton,   Jenson   Button   and   lots   more   big names   used   to   compete   back   in   their   karting   days,   winning   over   180   trophies   in   his   successful   karting   career,   finishing   karting   at   the   end   of   2016 after ten victorious years. It was time for Ben to move onto something bigger and better! In   2018,   Ben   and   his   family   decided   to   make   the   decision   to   move   into   cars.   Ben’s   goal   of   becoming   a   British   Touring   Car   Driver   meant   that   the   car he   would   have   to   drive   would   need   to   be   Front   Wheel   Drive   to   get   the   best   experience.   Ben   and   his   parents   made   the   choice   to   do   his   first   year   in cars   in   the   junior   saloon   car   championship.   The   car   he   would   be   driving   would   be   a   fully   race   prepared   Citroen   Saxo   VTR.   He   would   be   racing   against 14 – 17-year olds. Ben’s   first   year   in   cars   was   very   successful   and   he   had   lots   of   race   wins   and   showed   some   incredible   pace.   At   the   opening   round   he   won   both   races at the prestigious Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire. In   2019   Ben   raced   in   the   Ginetta   Junior   Championship,   the   longest   running   and   most   prestigious   Junior   Series   in   the   UK.   The   Ginetta   Junior Championship   offers   the   first   step   on   the   motorsport   ladder   for   14-   17-year-old   racing   drivers.   It   gives   aspiring   teenage   drivers   the   experience   of   a lifetime,   kick-starting   their   journey   towards   racing   stardom   to   a   massive   trackside   audience   and   millions   of   fans   at   home.   Using   the   multi-disciplined Ginetta   G40,   the   championship   is   a   proven   tool   in   the   development   of   drivers   moving   on   to   a   variety   of   different   Motorsport   disciplines.   Ginetta’s prominence   on   the   motorsport   scene   offers   an   exciting   opportunity   for   sponsors   looking   to   expand   brand   awareness   on   a   global   scale.   The   Ginetta Junior   Championship   races   alongside   the   British   Touring   Car   Championship   (BTCC),   the   pinnacle   of   British   Motorsport.   Offering   the   best   all   round package   for   commercial   communication   and   advertising   -   broadcasting   globally   and   live   on   ITV4,   reaching   in   excess   of   80   Million   viewers   throughout the racing calendar. In   2020   Ben   will   be   stepping   up   to   the   Mini   Cooper   pro   championship,   this   will   also   have   two   appearances   on   the   British   Touring   Car   Championship (BTCC),   the   pinnacle   of   British   Motorsport.   Offering   the   best   all   round   package   for   commercial   communication   and   advertising   -   broadcasting globally and live on ITV4, reaching in excess of 80 Million viewers throughout the racing calendar. CV : Name:   Ben Kasperczak Date of Birth:   20th June 2003 Nationality:   British Residence:   Hertfordshire, UK Height:   6ft Weight:   60kg Hobbies:   Cycling, photography, Simulator Racing, Gym to keep fit for racing. Honours:   Youngest ever driver to be signed up in motorsport, Kimbolton championship champion, Ellough Park champion at the age of 6 years old, Rye house champion, and more to list. Favourite Circuit:   Oulton Park. Goal:   To become the youngest ever British Touring Car driver at the age of 16 and make BTCC history and to become a BTCC Champion.
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Ben   has   been   racing   since   the   age   of three,     when     he     was     first     given     a contract   by   Motorsport   World   at   Rye House   in   Hertfordshire,   the   same   kart track   where   Lewis   Hamilton   was   first noticed.   At   only   four   years   old   and   he was    the    youngest    sponsored    athlete to be signed as a works driver. Ben   progressed   through   karting   to   the   top   level,   winning   races   at   the British   championship,   where   Lewis   Hamilton,   Jenson   Button   and   lots more   big   names   used   to   compete   back   in   their   karting   days,   winning over   180   trophies   in   his   successful   karting   career,   finishing   karting   at the   end   of   2016   after   ten   victorious   years.   It   was   time   for   Ben   to   move onto something bigger and better! In   2018,   Ben   and   his   family   decided   to   make   the   decision   to   move   into cars.   Ben’s   goal   of   becoming   a   British   Touring   Car   Driver   meant   that   the car   he   would   have   to   drive   would   need   to   be   Front   Wheel   Drive   to   get the   best   experience.   Ben   and   his   parents   made   the   choice   to   do   his   first year   in   cars   in   the   junior   saloon   car   championship.   The   car   he   would   be driving   would   be   a   fully   race   prepared   Citroen   Saxo   VTR.   He   would   be racing against 14 – 17-year olds. Ben’s   first   year   in   cars   was   very   successful   and   he   had   lots   of   race   wins and   showed   some   incredible   pace.   At   the   opening   round   he   won   both races at the prestigious Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire. In    2019    Ben    raced    in    the    Ginetta    Junior    Championship,    the    longest running   and   most   prestigious   Junior   Series   in   the   UK.   The   Ginetta   Junior Championship   offers   the   first   step   on   the   motorsport   ladder   for   14-   17- year-old   racing   drivers.   It   gives   aspiring   teenage   drivers   the   experience of   a   lifetime,   kick-starting   their   journey   towards   racing   stardom   to   a massive   trackside   audience   and   millions   of   fans   at   home.   Using   the multi-disciplined   Ginetta   G40,   the   championship   is   a   proven   tool   in   the development   of   drivers   moving   on   to   a   variety   of   different   Motorsport disciplines.   Ginetta’s   prominence   on   the   motorsport   scene   offers   an exciting   opportunity   for   sponsors   looking   to   expand   brand   awareness on   a   global   scale.   The   Ginetta   Junior   Championship   races   alongside   the British    Touring    Car    Championship    (BTCC),    the    pinnacle    of    British Motorsport.    Offering    the    best    all    round    package    for    commercial communication   and   advertising   -   broadcasting   globally   and   live   on   ITV4, reaching in excess of 80 Million viewers throughout the racing calendar. In   2020   Ben   will   be   stepping   up   to   the   Mini   Cooper   pro   championship, this    will    also    have    two    appearances    on    the    British    Touring    Car Championship   (BTCC),   the   pinnacle   of   British   Motorsport.   Offering   the best   all   round   package   for   commercial   communication   and   advertising -   broadcasting   globally   and   live   on   ITV4,   reaching   in   excess   of   80   Million viewers throughout the racing calendar. CV : Name:   Ben Kasperczak Date of Birth:   20th June 2003 Nationality:   British Residence:   Hertfordshire, UK Height:   6ft Weight:   60kg Hobbies:   Cycling, photography, Simulator Racing, Gym to keep fit for racing. Honours:   Youngest ever driver to be signed up in motorsport, Kimbolton championship champion, Ellough Park champion at the age of 6 years old, Rye house champion, and more to list. Favourite Circuit:   Oulton Park. Goal:   To become the youngest ever British Touring Car driver at the age of 16 and make BTCC history and to become a BTCC Champion.
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