Driver

Luke Pinder

Luke Pinder
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  • Nationality: English
  • Lives: Nr Shipley, West Yorkshire
  • DOB: 02/10/1983
  • Car: Citroen C2 (R2)
  • JAM Motorsport 2010 Rally Team
Co-Driver

Peter Scott

Peter Scott
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  • Nationality: Northern Irish
  • Lives: Leeds
  • DOB: 23/08/1949
  • Car: Citroen C2 (R2)
  • JAM Motorsport 2010 Rally Team

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Luke Pinder

Luke Pinder started competing in 1998 in the White Rose Auto grass Championship. After winning the Junior category in his first full year he won the Senior Championship the following season in the same car.

At the turn of the millennium he passed his driving test and competed in his first rally in a Peugeot 205 GTI. By 2005 he had won the Peugeot 206 1400 championship, setting fastest time on almost every stage on every event that he completed, dominating the series with 5 event wins.

Over the years Luke' technical development s abilities have been recognised by a number of teams and seen him contribute significantly to the development of a variety of leading rally cars. Luke has also forged an excellent reputation in the media with him regularly contributing to a number of newspapers, magazines, websites and TV.

Peter Scott

Peter Scott's BRC history goes back a very long way - to 1972. In 1974 he co-drove Billy Coleman in the works backed Mk1 Escort on many of the events in Billy's Championship winning year including winning the Texaco Rally, predecessor of the Ulster.

Peter also rallied with Billy in the exotic Lancia Stratos and among the well over 100 other drivers Peter has sat with are the Irish legends Ronnie and Dessie McCartney and Cahal Curley in numerous Porsches - (winning the first Donegal Rally with Curley), Robin Eyre-Maunsell in the works Imp and Avenger and more recently winning Killarney with Steve Perez in a Porsche.

For the last few years Peter has also turned to the driving seat putting up some noticeable performances in a Cortina GT in the BHRC and in 2009 is competing in the MSA British Rally Championship with Luke Pinder in a Suzuki Swift, as well as driving in the BTRDA Rally First series in the unusual Daihatsu Sirion. He also spent a period as Clerk of the Course of the Ulster Rally in the early eighties.

Though originally from Northern Ireland, Peter has lived in Leeds for over 25 years. He is a restaurateur, owning the renowned BRETTS Fish Restaurant in Headingley, close to the cricket and rugby stadium.