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    19 November 2020

    Steeles Law Sponsored Driver Nathan Harrison Wins Mini Challenge JCW Championship

    Congratulations to Nathan Harrison for winning the 2020 Mini Challenge JCW Class Championship.

    Over the weekend of 14th & 15th November 2020, at Brands Hatch, the Steeles Law sponsored driver Nathan Harrison finished 2nd in race one and 8th in race two which saw him pick up sufficient points to win the Championship by 32 points. Nathan’s successful season saw him achieve 6 podiums with 3 wins, 2 second places and 1 third place finish.

    Steeles Sponsored Driver Nathan Harrison Wins Mini Challenge JCW Championship

    Nathan was thrilled with his win and commented on his Instagram account saying ‘What a crazy year this has been and to finally wrap the 2020 Mini Challenge UK championship is a great feeling, all credit goes to the team and to all of my partners. Thank you for making this possible.’





    Steeles Law’s sponsorship of Nathan reflects the firm’s specialism in acting for clients in the motorsport arena. In the past 18 months, Steeles Law has acted for: A Formula E team; a British Touring Car team; drivers in the World Rally Championship, British GT Championship and Mini Challenge; and members of a Formula 1 team.

    Managing Director Oliver Brabbins said, ‘Despite the effect of Covid-19, our motorsport team has gone from strength to strength in the last 18 months winning a number of key instructions from the highest levels of motorsport’.

    For more information on our legal services for you, and services for your business, please call 01603 59800 or contact us on info@steeleslaw.co.uk.

    *The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.

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