|Team principal(s)||Christian Dick|
|Former series||British GT Championship|
Ginetta G50 Cup
|Noted drivers||Tom Ingram|
Speedworks Motorsport is a British motor racing team based in Sandbach, Cheshire. The team was formed in 2005 by Christian and Amy Dick. They are best known for competing in the British Touring Car Championship since 2011. They also compete in the 24H Series.
British Touring Car Championship
Toyota Avensis (2011–)
Alongside their British GT commitments, Speedworks also become one of the first teams to compete with a full Next Generation Touring Car specification car in the British Touring Car Championship with a Toyota Avensis driven by Tony Hughes in 2011. They missed the third round of the championship at Thruxton in order to fix the technical problems they had been experiencing with the new car in the opening rounds. The team returned at the following round at Oulton Park where they scored their best result of the season with fourteenth place in race two, but they were forced to miss the Croft round due to continuation of their power steering problems. The team raced again at Snetterton and then skipped the next two rounds before racing in the final two events of the year.
The following season they expanded to a two car team, with a second car for Ginetta GT Supercup champion, Adam Morgan alongside Hughes. On two occasions, former BTCC race winner Paul O'Neill deputised for Hughes due to the latter driver's business commitments, the first being at Croft. O'Neill replaced Hughes once again at Knockhill. In race two he finished fourth to achieve Speedworks' best result in the BTCC. At the end of the season Speedworks were 10th in the teams' standings and sixth in the independent teams' standings. At the end of the season Hughes announced his retirement from motor racing although he would remain involved with the team. Morgan left the team to drive for his family run Cicely Racing team the following season.
Tom Ingram joined the team for the 2014 season. He scored two podiums in 2015, and claimed two wins and six podiums in 2016. Ingram finished third in the 2017 season, with four wins and nine podiums in 30 races.
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