Ciceley Motorsport, formerly Ciceley Racing is a family run team, the same family who own and run Ciceley Commercials Ltd. Russel Morgan, our Chairman heads up the Ciceley Motorsport Team with his eldest son Adam Morgan heading up the driving team.
Ciceley Racing burst on to the UK motorsport scene back in 2011 and led Adam Morgan to the Ginetta GT Supercup title which secured his place in the 2012 British Touring Car Championship and from there they have never looked back.
Adam Morgan is now firmly established as one of the countries best racing drivers. Adam competed for Speedworks Motorsport in a Toyota Avensis in 2012, achieving a best result of eighth place at Silverstone. Things turned around when he re-joined Ciceley Racing in 2013, going from 19th in the standings the previous year to seventh and achieving points in every race he finished. In 2014 Adam was delighted to be able to run a Mercedes-Benz A Class, obviously a brand close to the team's hearts, and scored a maiden victory at Brands Hatch.
Adam enjoyed his best season to-date in 2015 with another win at Thruxton and a further six podiums, finishing seventh in the table by the end of the season. 2016 saw a win at the opening weekend and again at Thruxton to finish the season again in the top ten.
In 2017, MacTools joined the team as the title sponsor so a change of livery from the 'bumblebee' to the striking red and black. This season saw four podiums and another top ten finish in the standings.
2018 saw a strong season with victories at Donington Park, Thruxton and Rockingham and finishing the season in a very strong seventh place.
2019 saw another steady year, securing another four podiums.
The 2020 incurred a number of delays, racing behind closed doors and a short breaks between races. Adam and the team finished the season within the top ten drivers again following 16 top ten finishes and three podiums.
In 2021, Ciceley Motorsport will embark on an exciting new era. The team have sadly said goodbye to the A-Class. Over its seven seasons, the A-Class helped Adam to achieve 28 podiums and eight wins. In six of the seven seasons Adam finished within the top ten drivers. This season, Ciceley Motorsport will launch their new 3 series BMWs with a new headline sponsor, Car Gods. Car Gods is a Tetrosyl brand, that includes a range of 40 hand-crafted products to cover all aspects of vehicle detailing.
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