Ciceley Motorsport Team
Ciceley Motorsport, formerly Ciceley Racing was a family run team, the same family who own and run Ciceley Commercials Ltd. Russell Morgan, our Chairman headed up the Ciceley Motorsport Team with his eldest son Adam Morgan heading up the driving team. Ciceley Motorsport raced from 2011 to 2023 and became a force in the British Touring Car Championship. Sadly the decision was made in 2023 to depart BTCC. Adam Morgan still races for WSR Racing. You can find more about Adam on his website here.
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 never looked back.
Adam Morgan was 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.
Ciceley Motorsport announced their departure from BTCC in 2023. This was an incredibly difficult decision and not one that was made lightly. The Ciceley Motorsport team are a family team and everyone has worked so hard over the last 15 years. To run a BTCC team is harder work than anyone could imagine, incredibly long hours and a lot of time spent away from home. Now that Adam is a father of three young children and Russell a grandfather of four under three years old, the time is right to take a step back and spend more time at home.
Adam will continue to race and excited to be joining the biggest team in the competition and one of the most successful, WSR. Established in 1981 by Dick Bennetts, WSR won five British Formula Three titles, two Macau Grands Prix and several other international events before joining the BTCC in 1996. With more than 100 race wins and 350 podiums since then, as well as a victory in the FIA World Touring Car Championship, WSR is firmly established as one of the UK’s leading touring-car race organisations. Find out more here.