The Junior Saloon Car Championship offers drivers between the ages of 14 and 17 the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a Citroen Saxo race car and compete on national circuits at a fraction of the cost of other comparable championships.
The JSCC took over the former Sax Max championship of 2013, which was the proving ground for a number of competitors who have gone on to succeed in senior championships, after reaching the age of 16. These include Daniel Brown who has competed behind the wheel of a Ferrari in the GT Championship, Leyton Clarke who went on to win the Dunlop SportMax Championship and competed against fellow driver Abbie Eaton as well as regular Renault UK Clio Cup competitors Aaron Williams, Ant Whoton-Eales, James Dorlin, Ben Dorlin and Josh Cook in the BTCC.
During the 2016 season JSCC increased in popularity with record breaking grid entries plus the 2016 championship winner Katie Milner added to the record books by being the most successful junior female driver in the UK and joins the Ginetta GT5 Challenge Championship for the 2017 season.
The championship prides itself on its excellent driving standards and help and support is available for all competitors whether they are new to the world of motorsport or have moved up from karting. The atmosphere in the JSCC paddock is one of great camaraderie and the teams work together to ensure young racers get plenty of track time.