The team have entered the 2023 British Endurance Championship (BEC) in an Opel Astra TCR. Rhys is racing alongside experienced driver Max Coates in the BEC.
The British Endurance Championship is officially endorsed by Motorsport UK, the sports governing
body, as a top-tier, prestigious racing series. With a variety of 2 & 3 hour races catering for GT3, GT4, TCR & various single-marque cup cars the series sees a vast range of supercar and production car brands on track at the same time. In addition & alongside cars from the Britcar Trophy Championship there will be a 6-hour race at Silverstone in July.
The teams first full season entry into the Britcar Trophy Championship with a pair of Clio Cup cars driven by Rhys Lloyd and Scholarship winner Jack Meakin and academy driver Travis Coyne joined by Alex Nevill.
The Britcar Trophy is for production based cars that are either cup racers or converted race cars. The
series is seen to be aspirational, recreational & destinational, for drivers looking for progression, racing
for fun or as their racing career goal. Race days are 2x 50 minute races with an additional 2-hour race at
Silverstone in June. Classes for the Trophy series operate on Britcar's own Performance Indicator system
which ranks cars based on their power & modifications to produce a score. There are three 'performance
indicator' classes & two for Clio Cup & Ginetta G40 race cars.