About Graham

Graham started racing in karts back in 2005 competing in the National Schools Karting Association. He instantly gained a love for the sport and in the following year became the 2006 NatSKA Honda Cadet Vice Champion. Graham continued to compete in the Junior TKM, Junior Rotax and Senior Rotax categories in both NatSKA and MSA.

In 2010, Graham made his car racing debut in the 2CV 24 Hour race at Snetterton. Throughout the course of the race, Graham posted consistently quick lap times, however due to some mechanical gremlins meant the result wasn’t as they hoped. Graham made a second appearance at the 2CV 24 Hour race the following year along with numerous drives in the British 24 Hour Kart race.

In 2014, Graham made his debut in the Fun Cup Championship. Graham instantly made an impact, setting times rivaling the top 3 teams at the first round and running at the front on several occasions to finish 10th in his first year of car racing.

2015 was a season of highs and lows, partnering a new teammate, Graham went on to claim 2nd Overall in the Fun Cup Championship with 3 podiums, 2 wins and 1 fastest lap.

Aside from the overall championship, Graham competed in the 25 Hours of Spa where he went on to claim 1st in class and 15th overall out of 100 cars on his first visit to the famous Belgium circuit.

Graham was also awarded the Fun Cup Driver of the Year award.

2016 was Graham’s best season to date as both he and his teammate went one better than the previous year to become the 2016 Fun Cup UK Champions with 4 podiums, 3 wins and 1 fastest lap.

Aside from the Fun Cup championship, Graham made his Britcar debut in the Dunlop Endurance championship, driving a Chevron GR8 to finish a fine 3rd in class.

Career Highlights

2016 Fun Cup UK National Championship – 1st Overall
Fun Cup Charger Award
2015 Fun Cup UK National Championship – 2nd Overall
VW Fun Cup 25 Hours of Spa – 1st in Class

Fun Cup Driver of the Year Award

2014 Fun Cup UK National Championship – 10th