A Bridgwater & Taunton College graduate, has won the Partscomm Mechanic of the Year award thanks to his dedication and hard work throughout the 2019 UK Sports Prototype Cup.
Nominated by Corinium Motorsport owner, Neil Cox, for his work on Bruce Crawley’s UK Sports Prototype Cup race-winning Radical SR3 car, Jack Carolan is delighted to win the award.
He said: “To be able to win the Partscomm Mechanic of the Year award is a huge honour.
“To be recognised for my contribution throughout the UK Sports Prototype Cup is greatly appreciated and I really enjoyed working on Bruce’s Silverstone winning car.”
Award sponsors Partscomm stock a comprehensive range of replacement parts for many commercial van and truck manufacturers that include Scania, Volvo MAN, DAF, Mercedes and Renault along with a wide range of accessories and workshop consumables.
Partscomm Managing Director, Robert Spittle describes how the award recognises the mechanics’ hard work and dedication.
He said: “Jack has displayed dedication and an attitude that goes above and beyond. Mechanics provide a skilled service that should be recognised in such a demanding field, whether it is in a racing pit lane or commercial vehicle workshop.”
Jack received his award at Autosport International 2020 at the NEC, Birmingham.