Fiat 500 Abarth Carbon Fibre Body Panels


Parts are manufactured from accurate moulds taken from undamaged original panels to ensure that they are the correct shape and an excellent fit. We are offering left and right doors, bonnet, boot and door cards. The main benefit of our carbon fibre panels is the inherent weight saving. The difference in weight between the originals and the carbon fibre panels is at least 45 kilos. The wet lay-up carbon fibre panels are finished to the highest quality but will need painting after final fit. We manufacture to order with a 10 working day lead. Fitting service is available at extra cost. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in contact with us on 01785 851 122.

BMW E36 M3 3.0 Litre


One of our most recent projects was to take a 97’ 3.0 Litre M3 and create a car that was comfortable on the road as well as having the desired performance on track. Our major concern was the condition of the suspension systems, for example bushes. We also thought it a good idea to remove the sump to upgrade the con rod bolts and renew the big end bearings. We decided that whilst the sump was off we would engineer an effective method for baffling it as to avoid oil starvation during high G’s. We replaced all the bushes with Powerflex equivalents and re-furbished all of the wishbones, uprights etc. We engineered a very effective solution for baffling the sump and had everything re-installed. The result is a car that drive’s smoothly on the road, but has more than enough power and traction to set impressive times on the track. If you have a car that you would like us to have a look at for a similar overhaul then please do not hesitate to get in contact email, we would love to help you out! If you want to take a look at the build blog follow this link

New Product Release!


We are very excited to be launching our new product, the JWA Racing Pneumatic Air Jack. We have been developing this product over a number of years, and we have been using the Jack’s in the workshop as well as at the track to make sure that we have covered all the important aspects. They are perfect for all types of Formula and GT Car. Our service includes coming down to measure your car and then supplying the appropriate fittings on the jack for the job. They are highly mobile and make lifting a car quickly an effortless task, their wide platform ensures stability and because of the finish that we apply to them they are maintenance free. The price includes the measuring and fitting service and a pair of jack’s (front and rear). If you have any other questions please email or alternatively call 01785 851 122.

JWA Featured in Moving On Magazine

10th - 13th January

We have had an article written about our Formula Renault car build at the Autosport show in Moving On Magazine. The magazine is distributed free directly to students and their parents through schools, career fairs and open days, as well as a controlled circulation to students currently enrolled in the UCAS system. 25,000 copies per issue are printed and distributed to 16-18 year olds in the UK. We think it is great that our antics are being used to inspire the next generation of motorsport students and hope to see many more students passing their way through the Staffordshire University course. Please follow the link to read the article

Formula Renault Success!

10th - 13th January

Team JWA spent four days at the Autosport Show 2013 building a Formula Renault 2.0 car from scratch. The build went smoothly and the car was prepared so that it was ready to run! The entire project was done alongside Staffordshire University and we made use of their students who are on placement with us. The project was logged at intervals on our Facebook and Twitter pages, and if you would like see more photos "like" our page. We would like to say a massive thanks to the whole build team and especially to the StaffsTV team who filmed the entire build over the four days. Hopefully we will see you all in the coming season.

JWA Racing at the Autosport Show

10th - 13th January

We have teamed up with Staffordshire University to bring you something special. Using students old and new we will be building a Formula Renault race car! This special event will take place at Stand 8050, and because we don't want you to miss out we are giving away an Autosport International Ticket to one lucky person. To enter the competition simply head to our Facebook page and check out the rules! Good luck , and we hope to see you all during the event.

FIA WEC Season Finale Shanghai

28th October

The teams East Asian assualt continued in Shanghai, China where we took part in the final event of the FIA WEC calender. Due to the unavailability of Markus Palttala, Matt Bell who had been on our radar joined the line up. We showed great pace in practice and qualified 4th for the race on Sunday. With a podium in reach all was going well until the 4th hour where we suffered a hub failure. We managed to get the car out and running again but because of the time we lost in repairs our chances of podium had been ruined. We crossed the line 6th in class, 24th overall. This race completes our 100% finishing record for the season, a great testament to the team who have worked so hard.


New Driver Line Up For FIA WEC Season Finale

28th October

The late unavailability of Markus Palttala (Finland) has opened up an opportunity for us to further trial upcoming talent in the final round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.   Matt Bell completes the driver line up for the 6 hours of Shanghai this coming weekend, joining our drivers Joel Camathias and Paul Daniels in the car.


“I can’t wait!” said Matt. “I love a challenge and I love to see and do new things so this ticks all the boxes for me. I’m not going in blind though as I am doing all the homework I can by watching in car footage and looking at data. I’ve always been a quick learner when it comes to new tracks too. I think the toughest part of this trip will be organising a last minute Chinese visa.”


“The GTE Am class regulations of WEC require a blend of driving experience, and Matt is the perfect fit” commented team manager James Watt “We have been watching his progress in GT racing for some time and are thrilled to be able to get him in the car for Shanghai”


"This is the first time the WEC has visited the Chinese GP circuit near Shanghai so all teams will start from the same position when free practice starts on Friday morning."  Watt continued “It appears that we are operating a ‘speedy sibling’ policy - we had the opportunity to run Benny Simonsen younger brother of established GT star Allan out in Bahrain and now to run Matt Bell, following older brother Rob’s footsteps into topline GT Racing, is cool - we are sure that our strong team will get us on the pace straight away”


“I’m very excited to get this opportunity, especially at this stage of the season,” Matt continued. “It’s a new challenge for me and I love the fact we will be racing on another F1 track, alongside some of the world’s best drivers and teams. I’ve always been taught that peak performance creates opportunity so more than anything else I am happy that my on track performance is paying off.”


The 6 Hours of Shanghai gets underway at 1100hrs (0500hrs UK) this Sunday.  To follow the race use our Facebook and Twitter pages. Go to Matt's website for further information about his history,

FIA WEC 6 Hours of Fuji

14th October

Our team travelled to Japan to compete in the penultimate round of the FIA WEC. Under the impressive shadow of Mount Fuji testing and practice sessions went well we were confident for the race. Having switched to Michelin tyres for the last two rounds of the Championship there was a lot to learn, Joel Camathias lead the engineering direction, initially struggling with corner entry over steer however a committed qualifying lap placed us 5th for the race. As the qualifying driver Joel was first in the car for the race, starting well defending our position but struggling to make time on the cars in front. Next in the car was Paul Daniels who did well to maintain our place after a quick spin whilst acclimatising to the change of dynamic handling of the car. Local Porsche Supercup driver Kenji Kobayashi had a great stint in the car and held onto our position. Joel got back into the car and we were looking to chase down the Larbre Competition Corvette which was one lap in front of us. Larbre responded to our challenge by putting in their pro driver who we then struggled to catch before the end of the race, and we crossed the finish line in 5th place. JWA Avila are happy to maintain our 100% reliability record and to take the points for the championship but the result left us wanting more, we hope to be able to improve on this at the final round in Shanghai. We would like to say to a massive thanks to all who helped and made us feel so welcome in Japan. For more updates on what we get up to on and off the track like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter

BARC Formula Renault Silverstone

6th October Rounds 13 &14

The final event of the BARC Formula Renault calendar began with a day’s testing for team JWA. We showed some great pace and were ready to compete for some top finishes over the weekend. Qualifying on Saturday proved tricky because of the weather and technical issues with car #55. However after both qualifying sessions Matt had P29 and P28, Michael earned himself his highest start of the season with a P3 and a P13. Race 1 saw Michael beaten to the first corner by Josh Webster and knocked down into 4th, he defended this place for the rest of race and earned his, and the teams, highest finish of the season with a P4. After fighting through a strong field Matt crossed the line 21st. In the final race of the season Matt and Michael had great starts and with 7 cars going off around them they managed to keep their heads down and stay on track to the finish line. Matt was held up by the safety car and a slow car in front which he couldn’t pass, however he crossed the line in 21st and showed how much he has improved over the season. Michael fought through strong competition in the mid field to get his second highest finish of the season at 7th place. A great weekend was had by all, and we would like to say thank you to everyone who came out and showed their support. We are now busy preparing for the Winter Series and the next season of the BARC Formula Renault. If you would like to find out more about driving for us in the next season please get in contact.

FIA WEC 6 Hours of Bahrain

29th September

The JWA-Avila team took part in the 6th round of the FIA WEC series at the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain. There was a change to our driver line up as Markus Palttala was unavailable; he was replaced by Benny Simonsen younger and potentially faster brother of Allan Simonsen. During the warm up and practice sessions we showed great pace, Joel Camathias qualifying 5th and ready to start the race. He took 2nd place from the start and after 4 hours we were comfortably in 3rd looking to get an all-important podium finish. However with less than half an hour ago our gearbox suffered major issues and the car became virtually un-driveable. The car was pitted and sent into the garage for the team to work on. A temporary solution was found with the team managing to get the car out to complete the final lap and to take the chequered flag in 6th position. Although we left a scorching hot Bahrain frustrated by the issues we were pleased to be running much closer to the pace of the class leaders and are happy to take the 8 points towards our championship effort. JWA-Avila look forward to being able to prove ourselves once more at the next race at Mount Fuji in Japan later in the month. Please use our Facebook and Twitter pages for constant updates.

FIA WEC 6 Hours of Interlagos

15th September

The JWA-Avila team headed out to Brazil, to take part in the 6 hours of Sao Paulo.  With free practice going well the team were ready to set some great qualifying times.  During Q2 on a flying lap the car suffered from a front brake failure, thankfully our driver managed to control and keep the car from any severe damage, and we qualified 5th in class.  Markus Palttala started the car and managed to keep it of trouble by skilfully avoiding an incident at the first corner, and after an hour of racing we were up in second chasing down a podium finish.  Joel Camathias took over for the second stint efforts were stopped dead when we suffered a right rear puncture and subsequent suspension damage that had to be fixed during the race. In spite of this the car was out and racing within 10 minutes.  Paul Daniels brought the car to the finish in P5, however due to a disqualification in our class we moved up to P4.  These points keep us 5th in the championship. Now onto the next race in Bahrain, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for constant updates.

FIA WEC 6 Hours of Silverstone

26th August

The JWA-Avila team started this weekend in good spirits and all the practice sessions went well. In qualifying we set some great times, and then due to issues with grip and tyres we moved down into our starting grid position 5th. We had a great start to the race with Markus Palttala driving the first two hour stint and holding our position well. However throughout the race we again suffered from tyre troubles and a lack of grip which meant driving defensively and trying to hold our position. Joel Camathias was next to take the driving seat and Paul Daniels was to complete the final stint. By the end of the race we finished 7th. This result left us wanting more. We are therefore very excited to be heading out to Sao Paulo, Brazil in September for the next event, so that we may improve on our results.

Formula Renault BARC Donington

Weekend 18th August Rounds 10, 11 & 12

The race weekend started with a free practice on Thursday, the team made full use of this and had both cars out setting impressive times.  On Saturday there were 2 qualifying sessions and 1 race, on the Sunday there were 2 more races.  Michael qualified P9, P12 and P15. Matt was in P22, P25 and P25.  In race 1 Mike was hoping to keep up his performance from the previous round with a top ten finish, he achieved this in the first race fighting for his position and crossing the line in 9th.  Matt finished in 17th after losing out in a tough battle whilst running in 14th.  Race 2 the next day saw Michael once again battle for a top ten finish, and once again Mike finished in 9th place.  Matt finished in 22nd.  In race 3 Michael was looking for a great finish to his weekend, he achieved this with a strong start and earned himself 9th place, making it his fourth top ten finish of the season.  Matt fought hard throughout the race and had one costly error that placed him in 21st.  All in all a very enjoyable weekend for all that were involved and everyone is looking forward to the next and final race at Silverstone, where we will be supporting the BTCC.. Finally we must say a massive thank you to Dino Zamparelli who coached our drivers over the weekend and gave them many useful hints and tips.

Formula Renault BARC Croft

Weekend 21st July Rounds 8 & 9

The  JWA – Avila team made their way up to Croft Circuit in North Yorkshire for the weekends racing.  Saturday would play host to a free practice and two qualifying sessions, the free practice went well for both drivers and they showed to be well on the pace.  At the end of the first qualifying session Michael earned 19th place however the car suffered major engine problems which meant that he could not take part in Q2, leaving the team frustrated as we were aiming for a top ten position.  Matt was showing great pace throughout Q1 and Q2 and earned himself 21st and 22nd respectively.  The team worked hard on the cars for the rest of the day and changed the engine on Michael’s car overnight so that on Sunday when it came to race 1 the cars were on the grid.  Matt starting from 21st was overtaking cars nearly every lap and finished 15th place.  Michael got stuck in and was battling throughout the race for a spot in the top ten.  At the chequered flag Michael was in P 10 and earned himself his first top 10 finish of the season.  Race 2 did not go so well for both drivers, their races were halted by bad luck, Matt’s radiator was destroyed by a stone flicked up from the track and Michael was forced off the track by someone spinning in front of him.  Taking in all of this the team had a great weekend but were left frustrated again by our luck, we are however hopeful for the next meeting at Donington.

FIA WEC Le Mans 24 Hours

17th June 2012

The weekend of the 16th and 17th June saw the 80th edition of the 24 hours of Le Mans race.  JWA-Avila started the day in high spirits after setting the fastest laps on a wet track in the Saturday mornings warm up session.  Starting 13th on the grid the team ran a very consistent and steady, exactly what you need for a 24 hour race.  The team moved up into 6th place in the early hours of the morning and later on Sunday took 5th. We held the place until 1 hour 20 minutes from the end of the race when a gearbox failure resulted in the #55 car having to come into the pits for some major work.  Thankfully the team pulled together and with a massive effort the car was out and crossed the line in 8th place. This was a massive achievement for the team and everyone was happy with the great result.

Formula Renault BARC Thruxton

17th June 2012 Rounds 6 & 7

The JWA-Avila team made their way to Thruxton on Saturday.  On Sunday both cars went out for the 15 minutes practice session and were recording consistent impressive times.  When it came to qualifying the team had both cars out and the result of the session was that Matt qualified 25th and 23rd for race 1 and 2 respectively, Michael qualified 23rd and 21st.  Race 1 saw Matt take a great start and he consistently gained places every lap and eventually came to finish 17th.  Michael unfortunately raced for 6 laps before an incident with another driver resulted in damage to his car that also put him out of the second race.  Matt started race 2 and maintained his position for 2 laps, the safety car then came out and Matt had to come in for some front damage.  The team replaced the front nose cone in spectacular fashion to get Matt out slightly behind the pack which enabled him to go out and take 19th place for the last race of the day.  Although the weekend was slightly disappointing the team and drivers have taken a lot from the weekend and there are many thoughts to take forwards to the next race.

Meanwhile at JWA HQ

June 2012 

While the JWA-Avila team have been out testing and racing the JWA manufacturing team have been busy at work as well.  We’ve been doing projects ranging from driver drink tube mounts to fuel boom mounts and were even putting our expertise to the test with the manufacturing of an adapter plate to go between a Cosworth DFV engine and a Hewland gearbox.  We’ve been fabricating items for the JWA-Avila team to take to Le Mans including a set of Brake Bells for the 997 RSR, a Fuel Boom for the pit wall and Set Up Wheels.  For bespoke customer orders we’ve had projects such as a Rear Cross Beam and Front Hubs for a March 761, a gearbox Bearing Inner/Outer Race for a Nissan Group C race car and a set of Wheel Nuts for a Lola T70. Please let us know if you have any projects that you think need our expertise!

FIA WEC 24 Hours of Le Mans

Weekend 16th June 2012

We’ve been busy leading up to Le Mans testing at Snetterton and manufacturing parts at JWA HQ.  After a busy 2 weeks at Le Mans testing the Porsche RSR #55 went through scrutineering and was ready for the race.  With less than 5 days to go until the race start at 14:00 on Saturday 16th June we are currently experiencing the quiet before the storm and the whole team is very keen to get the race going and give the Le Mans 24 our best shot.  Coverage of the race can be found at for more personal updates follow us on Twitter and on Facebook. A report will follow soon after to keep you up to date.

Formula Renault BARC Rockingham

Weekend 19th May 2012 Rounds 4 & 5

The next two rounds were held at Rockingham race circuit in Northamptonshire.  Matt and Michael had to struggle with a wet circuit and interrupted laps during qualifying.  This left only 5 clear laps for them both to set a fast time.  Matt managed to gain a 22nd in Q1 and 23rd in Q2.  At one point Michael went tenth fastest but the time was not allowed because a red flag was put out which took away from him a more promising grid position, and at the end of the two qualifying he had 18th and 15th.

At the start of race 1 Matt pulled off the line very well and managed to catch others into the first corner, however it proved too tight for 3 cars and he lost a front wing and unfortunately dropped to 22nd.  Michael started well and gained himself 3 places early on, and he finished the first race in 15th place.

The last race of the day didn’t disappoint either, Matt managed to gain places at the start and was consistently improving his lap times, and he finished in 15th place.  Michael started in 15th place and was hoping to take a top ten finish.  He got off the line superbly but at the first corner was hit hard from behind and therefore dropped to the back of the grid, but continued to drive hard through the race to gain 21st.

FIA WEC 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps

5th May 2012

The second race of the FIA World Endurance Championship took place on the weekend of 5th May 2012.  The team arrived to a wet track, which thankfully they were prepared for due to some very wet practicing at Snetterton Circuit the week before.  There was a recorded constant improvement throughout the practice and qualifying sessions with the final result coming in as JWA-Avila 7th in GTE-Am.  The weather looked no better on race day but it didn’t bother the team as Markus Palttala took 3rd place early on.  When it came to pitting and a driver change the team were in 4th place as Joel Camathias took the wheel.  After Joel completed his double stint he passed over to Paul Daniels at this point the team were 6th in class, however the top 6 teams were all within 2 minutes of each other making an exciting end to the race.  The team held their place to the end and finished the race in 6th in the LM-GTE Am and 4th WEC GTE-Am.

Formula Renault BARC Snetterton

Weekend 7th April 2012, Rounds 1, 2 & 3

The season for JWA-Avila started with the signing of two young drivers Michael Epps who last year earned 2nd place in the 750 Motor Club British Formula Vee Series and Matt Tiffin who took 4th in the same championship.  The Formula Renault BARC championship started with the first 3 rounds at the Snetterton 200 circuit.   Testing the day before started well but typically the weather didn’t hold out and towards the end of the qualifying session’s rain hit.  The drivers experienced a Formula Renault for the first time in the wet and after a few laps they were finding more pace as they became ever more confident.  Unfortunately on his last lap Michael locked the front wheels into the first corner and ran off the circuit. The team not perturbed worked hard through the day and repaired the car for Saturdays racing.  Matt made it through qualifying with a consistent pace and earned himself 17th on the grid, just behind Michael who managed to qualify in 15th.

Yet again on the Saturday the teams were met with a wet track but nevertheless both cars were on the grid ready to go for round 1.  After a starting issue Michael managed to get the car going well and moved up the grid from 25th to 19th.  Matt drove a confident race and with every lap was getting quicker, he finished a respectable 15th and earned himself 6 points for the board.  Thankfully Sunday morning was warm and dry and Michael, who started round 2 in last place, had a fantastic start and overtook 5 cars in the first 2 corners.  He then continued to move up the grid and well earned himself 15th place.  Matt started well in the round 2 overtaking quickly and effectively to get from 19th place to 13th, however an unfortunate accident meant he had to retire from the race.  Round 2 left both the drivers wanting more and round 3 was sure not to disappoint.

Time for round 3 came about and so did the weather and the need for some wet tyres.  Michael who was towards the rear of the grid had another blinding start and was passing cars on his first lap.  He was gaining on the lead pack throughout the race with ever quick lap times and eventually managed to land himself a well-earned 13th place.  Matt also raced well in the final round of the weekend sticking at it throughout the race and earning him 17th place in round 3.  Both drivers picked up crucial points and more importantly a lot of experience and thoughts to take them through the season.

FIA WEC 12 Hours Of Sebring

17th March 2012

JWA – Avila started the 2012 FIA World Endurance Championship with the 12 hours of Sebring (USA) on 17th March 2012.  The team were racing a Porsche RSR with drivers Bill Binnie, Joel Camathias and Markus Palttala.  After showing real promise in the morning practice session the car unfortunately suffered a broken rear hub that kept them in from the remainder of the session, but thanks to some great team work the car was back out and running in no time.  The rest of the practice sessions went by without problems and the team showed real improvement throughout.

The hard work finally paid off as JWA – Avila recorded 4th in GTE-Am for the warm up session.  Bill Binnie came in from the warm up saying that everything was running well apart from the clutch, and after some investigation the team found that they had a bigger problem than first anticipated, the clutch needed to be replaced.  

With little time to go before the race start the team pulled together and managed to get the car out on track and went out with the aim of getting some points on the board.  The race was long and hard for the team having to play catch up due to the late start, but they came out smiling at the end finishing 6th in LM-GTE Am.  The result gained JWA-Avila some well-earned points and a lot of thoughts to take forwards into the next race at Spa-Francorchamps.

JWA Avila Gain WEC 2012 Entry

2012 Season

Having confirmed their entry to the 2012 WEC series JWA-Avila have been receiving increasing press attention. Here is the latest article off


“There's a great story behind this entry, with elements of the team having tried and tried again to catch the eye of the ACO – A reserve that wasn't called up, a surprisingly large total of LMS races are on the JWA/Paul Daniels Racing CV but now both parts of the formula have finally cracked it – They'll come to the WEC with a 2011 spec 997 RSR obtained direct from Porsche Motorsport, but it's a car with Le Mans heritage, this car entered at Le Mans last year in GTE Am by Flying Lizards.


We wait for final details of the driver line-up but we're assured that the final selection will be well up to the task in hand – It's been a while since we saw a British entered privateer Porsche racing at this level – It's good to see that change.”

Porsche 997 RSR - Shakedown and Filming at Angelsey

21st December 2011

After having rebuilt the Porsche 997 RSR from it's short trip to the barriers in Vallelunga, we took it for a shakedown at Angelsey circuit with Markus Palttala at the wheel; who having lost his bag at the airport ended up borrowing Paul Daniels' kit! Whilst Mark was busy pounding in the laps John Rourke was filming the Porsche for some upcoming JWA Racing media, he may have even caught a few rogue engineers hooning the boss' BMW around the circuit during the breaks. Overall it was an enjoyable day for the team before the Christmas break; allowing the final few tasks to be finished so the team can start work straight away in the new year.

Porsche 997 RSR - 6h di Roma at Vallelunga with Markus Palttala and Paul Daniels

20th November 2011

A long trip awaited the JWA Racing team, to round off what has been a very successful and enjoyable year. The Porsche 997 RSR had its final competitive outing at the Vallelunga circuit for the 6 hours of Rome. Markus Palttala and Paul Daniels were at the wheel for what proved to be a weekend of highs and lows. The team performed cohesively and achieved what they set out to. With help from Dunlop we managed to gain a much better understanding of the hard compound tyre; gaining us free laptime, which is always nice! The race itself started well; 4 hours in we were running in 4th place and were well placed to snatch a podium if the opportunity arose. Paul Daniels was driving hard and the race looked positive, until a rear right suspension failure caught Paul out and sent him spinning off. The race may have ended prematurely, letting us slip down to 12th place overall, but having shown our potential and learnt a lot at the same time the weekend was constructive.

Formula Renault BARC - Rockingham Test with Matt Tiffin

10th November 2011

The JWA Racing team headed to Rockingham to test up and coming driver Matt Tiffin. After an intense simulator session the day prior, in which Matt progressed rapidly, he arrived at the circuit fairly nervous, but with good reason; this was his first test in a Formula Renault car, his first test with the team and his first test at Rockingham! We reassured him and calmed his nerves; he comfortably adapted to the car and set some impressive times amongst a large and capable group of Renault BARC drivers. The day was very constructive and allowed Matt to gain precious experience in preparation for next season.

International GT Open - Circuit de Catalunya

29th-30th October 2011

Spain awaits the arrival of JWA Racing for the season finale of the International GT Open at the Circuit de Catalunya. There will be no rest in the warm Spanish sun as the Porsche will again be competing with the JWA team anticipating a fruitful and satisfying end to the season. Twitter will again be alight with our weekend of commentary and updates so keep track us @JWAracing.

Porsche 997 RSR GT Test - Motorland Circuit, Spain with Markus Paltalla and Paul Daniels

26th October 2011

After an intensive rolling road session the Porsche will spend a day at the Spanish Motorland track. This test is to confirm all the changes made on the rolling road have been successful and to perform some reliability checks. Follow us on Twitter @JWAracing to keep up to date with the test.

Local Stone Lions To Make Factory Visit

26th October 2011

The local Stone Lions will be making a factory visit to JWA Racing headquarters. We pride ourselves on interacting and helping the local community, so to give the Lions, who do so much for our local area, an intimate insight into how our team functions is rewarding to say the least.

Porsche 997 RSR Rolling Road Test - Lohen Rolling Road

23rd October 2011

Our Porsche 997 RSR will be going for a spin on the Lohen rolling road. This is to work on engine development after a few grumbles at the GT Open in Monza. We're hoping that after a constructive session on the rolling road the Porsche will be back running at its best and ready for Vallelunga.

Formula Renault BARC - Donnington with Jozi Ferrada

21st October 2011

The Formula Renault will be taking to the Donnington track on Friday with Jozi Ferrada piloting. This is part of a substantial and productive test program. So far the program has been going well, with Jozi showing excellent improvement and understanding of the car.

Formula Renault BARC - Silverstone with Tom Walker

15th-16th October 2011

The final two rounds of the Formula Renault BARC championship will be contested over 15th/16th October at Silverstone, alongside the BTCC finale. It is sure to be an exciting weekend with the points tight at the sharp end of the table. JWA Racing will be out hunting for a top 10 finish with Tom Walker. Tom's form has been ever improving throughout the season, this progression shows in his solid finish at Thruxton despite a troublesome start to the weekend. We are anticipating a great end to the season to keep us rolling in 2012. We'll make sure you don't miss out on any of the action via Twitter, follow us @JWAracing and Tom @TomoWalker2011

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