Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport unveil celebratory tenth-anniversary BTCC livery

Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport unveil celebratory tenth-anniversary BTCC livery

Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport are delighted to reveal the team’s striking new livery for the 2024 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship campaign. This year’s iteration of the affectionately named ‘Laser-Beamer’ is a particularly special one for the team as title partners, Laser Tools Racing, celebrate their tenth campaign in the UK’s premier motorsport series.

With this in mind, the team’s WSR-run BMW 330e M Sport features the iconic Laser Tools Racing chrome blue with the livery designed to feature ten chevrons from every angle of the car. In addition, the team will be running a one-off celebratory logo to mark the anniversary on the roof and rear quarter.

Once again the team’s on-track efforts will be spearheaded by fan favourite, Jake Hill. Having finished third in the Drivers’ Championship in 2022 and 2023, the Kent-based driver is looking to challenge once again for overall honours and is delighted to be doing so in a special livery for him and the team.

“It is fantastic to see the covers come off our 2024 challenger today and I have to say, although I loved the Laser Beamer last year, I think we have managed to top it once again this time around. The chrome blue has been iconic across the series for so long so it’s only right we have levelled this up in 2024 as Laser Tools Racing celebrates its tenth anniversary in the championship."

Mark Blundell, Sporting Director of Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport, is grateful for the continued support of the team’s loyal partners with the team having left no stone unturned heading into the new season.

“It is always a proud moment to reveal the car in pre-season as it is always the culmination of a lot of work behind the scenes. We’re really proud to be supporting Laser Tools’ ten-year anniversary in 2024 and are hugely thankful to all our partners who remain on this exciting journey with us, and to some new friends who have joined the excitement for 2024. Our team and WSR have been working feverishly since the close of the new season and here’s hoping that those efforts will be rewarded in the coming months.”

Laser Tools Racing’s Motorsport Sponsorship Coordinator, Keith Anderson, has played a pivotal role in the team’s decade in the BTCC and the launching of their ten-year anniversary car marks a proud moment for the organisation.

“I’m not quite sure where the time has gone but it is fantastic to mark a decade of success for Laser Tools Racing in the BTCC with the launch of our 2024 challenger. We think the livery is a fitting marker for this anniversary and we cannot wait to see Jake leading from the front in the second iteration of the Laser Beamer in a few weeks’ time.”

At the official unveiling event at the Laser Tools headquarters in Southam, Warwickshire, on Thursday, March 21, ITV’s BTCC anchorman Steve Rider oversaw proceedings that saw not only Jake Hill’s BMW being unveiled but also the Mini of Nelson King, who is competing in the Vertu MINI CHALLENGE.

King joined forces with Laser Tools mid-way through his rookie campaign in 2023 and will continue to be backed by the business in 2024 as he looks to improve on the top-three championship finish he secured last year.

Nelson will run a special celebration livery similar to that seen on the BTCC BMW of Jake Hill that represents ten years of Laser Tools Racing in the paddock.

“I’m incredibly excited to be teaming up with Laser Tools Racing for a full season, especially during their tenth anniversary.

“The support from Laser Tools Racing in the crucial stages of last year’s championship was a key factor in my success, and I believe that together, we can achieve phenomenal results this year.”