JJ Racing Team


2016 Aprilia Superteen Champion, following in the footsteps of riders who began their racing careers in the superteen championship, to name a few: Casey Stoner, Cal Crutchlow, Bradley Smith, Leon Camier, Danny Kent and the Lowes brothers!

Jack started riding motorcycles when he was just three years old, progressing onto racing motocross from 7 to 14 years old – with the last 3 years competing within the Red Bull Pro Nationals. In 2014, Jack fancied giving it a go on track, he instantly fell for the adrenaline rush and quickly obtained his race license at Ron Haslams race school.

For 2018 you can find ‘TeamJJ’ within the paddock at the British Superbike (BSB) events, be sure to find us and say hello! Jack will be competing in the British Motostar Championship with RS Racing/Team City Lifting. Stepping up to the full powered Moto3 machines from our rookie year in the standard class bikes. A fantastic and exciting series for our young racing starlet to really kick-start his career.
We can not do this alone, so we are asking you join TeamJJ in supporting Jack #JJ55 – Below links for all our social noise for you to get in touch.



Next Race

Brands Hatch: 12th –  14th October

The Grand Finale of the Hel Performance British Motostar Championship. Taking on fan favourite GP circuit of Brands… Ending what has already been a awesome season for Jacks rookie GP year – come along and support TeamJJ #JJ55


2019 ...

Thanks to YOU all for your amazing support for 2018.

Watch this space and our social media pages for TeamJJ news as to our 2019 plans!!


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British Motostar Championship

Moto3 GP class standings:

Jake Archer: 375
Jack Scott: 312
Storm Stacey: 307
Asher Durham: 227
Brandon Paasch: 151

For more info on the events:
British Motostar Championship