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Chambers Recycling team up with Louis Foster for maiden BRDC British F3 Championship campaign

29th June 2020

MB Partners are thrilled to announce that British F4 race winner Louis Foster has partnered with Chambers Recycling as he continues to climb the junior motorsport ladder.

The new partnership will see the Surrey-based centre support the talented 16-year-old as he makes his debut in the UK’s premier single-seater racing series, the BRDC British F3 Championship.

The Lord Wandsworth College student is coming off the back of a hugely successful first two years in cars, claiming the rookie title in the Ginetta Junior Championship before making his mark in single-seaters in the British F4 Championship last year. Finishing the 2019 season third in the Drivers’ Championship with an impressive six race wins, thirteen podiums, and eight fastest laps, Louis cemented his status as one of the UK’s most promising driving talents.

Reuniting with the Double R Racing team in 2020 as he takes the next step in his burgeoning career, Louis is looking forward to the new sporting partnership with Chambers.

“I’m extremely proud to be teaming up with the team at Chambers as I take on the next challenge in my career. They are well-known across the UK motorsport industry and I’m looking forward to working with their team throughout the season.”

Chambers, the waste management and recycling specialists, have a rich pedigree in motorsport circles thanks to their ongoing partnership with Andrew Jordan in the BTCC. Ahead of the new season, Chambers’ Chairman Peter Chambers is delighted to be adding the hugely talented Foster to their roster.

“Louis has enjoyed a phenomenal start to his time in cars and we are sure that this can continue in 2020 and beyond. Our business is built upon supporting our local community and aligning with Louis and his team this year is another example of that.”

The 16-year-old’s debut season in the BRDC British F3 Championship will commence at the start of August with the amended calendar kickstarting at Oulton Park.

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