Boreham Motorsport was initially set up in 2010 by Ray Worley and Mel Hodgson to pursue their motorsport interests.
We provide a number of personalised motor racing and kit car services. We offer a full support package including storage, secure transportation to track, pre-race workshop setup and trackside support for race and track day events. One-off support in the workshop, such as four-wheel alignment is also available.
Boreham Motorsport specialise in Mazda MX-5 sports cars and currently support drivers racing in the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 SuperCup championship, the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 Super Series and MSV TrackDay Trophy.
We are official suppliers of Eibach performance parts including anti-roll bars and springs, we are a Carbotech brake pad agent/supplier and are partners to Racing Beat Europe for manifolds. We supply full Cobra Race Exhausts systems, Pipercross performance products and Rota wheels too.
Boreham Motorsport have many years’ experience in converting MX-5 road cars to race cars and building kit cars from scratch. We have often completed unfinished projects including attaining a successful IVA test for kit cars. If you are stuck with your project then we are happy to transport your kit car or MX-5 to our workshop and either work alongside you, so you are still involved, or finish it on your behalf. You let us know how much you want to be involved. Examples of previous builds can be seen in our gallery: Kit Car Gallery. They include Tiger Cat E1, Tiger S6, Tiger R6, Tiger B6, Tiger B6H, Ultima MK II, Banham X21, ABS Freestyle.
Ray Worley has been part of the BRSCC Team for a number of years, formerly as Drivers Rep and currently as Tech Support. Each year he can be found at the NEC Autosport Show advising on all aspects of building and racing an Mk3 MX-5. Ray is more than happy to be contacted for advice on your MX-5 build and conformance to current regulations, as well as what parts to use and where to source them. Boreham Motorsport also offer advice and support to owners of Mazda MX-5 road cars.
If you would like to discuss your racing requirements ring Boreham Motorsport.
Ray drives his Mazda MX-5 Mk3 in the BRSCC Mazda MX-5 SuperCup, that takes place at different tracks all over the country, such as Brands Hatch, Silverstone and Snetterton.
Ray was formally the chairman of the Essex Tigers Kit Car Owners Club.
Founding Member & Chief Technical Advisor
Mel provides technical advice using his extensive experience from his many years working in various aspects of the motorsport industry.
Kevin provides assistance at the track and in the workshop. He helps with all aspects of preparing the cars and loading up for race days.
Driver, Pit Crew, Merchandise & Media
Jude started her racing career with karting at the age of 8. She competed in Autotest at the age of 16. She now competes in her Mazda MX-5 in MSV Trackday Trophy. In September 2017, Jude was very proud to be awarded the Stephen Brown Memorial Trophy at the Brands Hatch round of the Trackday Trophy.
Jude is a member of the Boreham Motorsport Pit Crew and assists with car maintenance at the track. She can be found with her camera capturing moments on race weekends that can be viewed on our social media sites.
Nina provides moral support and tea. She is also in charge of Boreham Motorsport administration.
Angela is Boreham Motorsport’s number one fan. She can be found catering for the team.
Carl provides assistance at the track and in the workshop. He helps with all aspects of race days.
Kieran provides assistance at the track. He helps with all aspects of race days.
Driver & Pit Crew
Jack’s love for Mazdas started with a rotten MX-5 that was originally destined to become a kit car. However, having grown attached, he has repaired and modified with suspension and brake upgrades, as well as a turbo. This allowed him to get some track experience before finally taking the plunge into racing.
Jack is new to competitive racing but has been a lover and spectator of motorsport from a very young age. He competes with teammate Steve Wiggins in the Trackday Championship and Trackday Trophy.
Steve started with a desire to move from trackdays to a racing environment with a team for race day back up and tuition. Having little hands-on race experience, Boreham Motorsport have taken Steve through the first 6 months with guidance and practical track side backup, putting in a massive team effort from hospitality, administration, and track side assistance.
It’s been a steep learning curve and Steve is looking forward to next year’s racing.
Chris Warrick & Reece Warrick
Andy Coombs & Jay Coombs
Andy and Jay Coombs are a father and son team from Suffolk. We are no strangers to Boreham Motorsport after racing alongside Ray in the Mazda Supercup. This is our first season racing in the Trackday trophy after most recently competing in the BMW compact cup championship. Andy has been racing in various championships for nearly 35 years, which include winning Ford Saloon championship, Minicross, Caterham Graduates, Mazda MX-5 Supercup and BMW Compact Cup. Jay is relatively new to racing after having completed his first races in the BMW Compact Cup. We are all looking forward to joining Ray and Co in the paddock once again.
Steve started racing sports cars back in 1989 and progressed through various championships including the TVR Tuscan Challenge (1996-2000) and the British GT Championship (2001-2007). Steve’s racing career includes two Le Mans 24 Hour entries for Morgan. Steve will be racing alongside fellow TVR enthusiast, Steve Wiggins, in addition to some European commitments in GT Legends with the 2002 Le Mans Morgan Aero8 GTN. Steve is a Full Member of the BRDC.
Barrie is Boreham Motorsport’s official trackside photographer.
Martyn has been racing Triumph cars since 1992. He has had ten outright race wins, mostly in the highly competitive CSCC Future Classics Series, many top 3 finishes and more than 40 class wins, including at Nurburgring and Spa. The 2017 season brought exciting new developments; in addition to continuing to compete in his 330BHP TR7V8 it is his first year competing in an MX-5 and sees his son Rob, a long time supporter, begin to race himself.
Rob’s first season of competing in car racing was in 2017, however he’s definitely not new to the sport. Rob was at his first race meeting at 2 weeks old watching his dad race. He competed in the SCSS Subaru Prokart series for 2 years, finishing 6th in the championship in his first full season. Rob also had some experience working in a race team when he had a summer job at Simon Hadfield Motorsports, where he helped spanner on the likes of Lola T70s, F1 cars including James Hunt’s Hesketh and several sportscars.
Jim is a driver in the Boreham Motorsport team.
Alex is a driver in the Boreham Motorsport team. Alex competes in the BRSCC SuperCup and won the 750 MC Club Enduro in 2021 teamed with John Langridge.