Morgan Bailey returns to the Milltek Sport Civic Cup this year, aiming to capitalise on his successes of 2021 to improve on his chances of more points and podiums.
Bearing in mind his team is one of the smaller operations in the championship, Bailey impressed by scoring podiums early in the 2021 season before making his presence well and truly felt when he scored two wins from four races during the end-of-season finale at Snetterton in October.
With 2022 marking his second full championship campaign, he is now eager to take his front running performances forward and relishes the prospect of the family-run operation going up against the larger teams.
Bailey therefore hopes that by sticking with the same car and using the data gathered from 2021, he can spring a few surprises on his adversaries.
“Being one of the smaller teams in the paddock means that race wins are all the sweeter and our performance at the end of the season showed that we can take the fight to the larger operations. With the same car, the experience from last year and the knowledge that we can cut it at the front of the field, we have a great base to build on.
“The Civic Cup is an extremely competitive championship, so my strategy is to get a better start to the season, aim for as many podiums as possible and then, when we get to Snetterton at the end of the year, we’ll know how much has gone to plan and what we need to do to claim a good result in the standings.”