British Touring Cars Championship
In early 2014, Laser Tools Racing was established with the aim of participating in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) with driver Aiden Moffat. Taking a significant step forward in early 2020, Laser Tools Racing made an exciting announcement about the construction of two brand new Infiniti touring cars for Aiden Moffat and his teammate Ashley Sutton. These remarkable vehicles played a pivotal role in securing the BTCC Drivers' Championship for Ash Sutton in both 2020 and 2021. Additionally, Laser Tools Racing achieved success as a team, clinching the Independent Teams' Championship in both 2020 and 2021, as well as the overall BTCC Teams' Championship in 2021.
Looking ahead to the 2023 season, Laser Tools Racing has formed a partnership with MB Motorsport and acquired the services of BTCC title contender and standout driver, Jake Hill. With a determined focus on capturing the championship title, Laser Tools Racing has embarked on a full-scale assault for the 2023 campaign. Jake Hill will be behind the wheel of the WSR-run BMW 330e M Sport, a combination that proved immensely successful during its debut season last year.