Brandon has recently proved that he is amongst the best of the up and coming junior racing drivers.
Brandon attended the Ginetta 2018 scholarship at Blyton park after having never driven a car, he had the good fortune of having a simulator session at pro sim on the Friday before the event with excellent coaching from Bradley smith of Mectech motorsports. Brandon proved that he is a talented and natural driver by making it to the finals he drove fantastically well and was up against a wealth of talent, Brandon showed fitness determination and demonstrated his ability to adapt even when the track layout was changed. I am immensely proud of Brandon and urge everyone to watch this space because Brandon will be a driving force to reckon with in the very near future.
2014 – Brandon begins racing ‘Outdoor’ at the end of 2014 with Intrepid – which is the team Max Vestappen raced with during his karting career.
Brandon had his first full season in Minimax although most of Brandon’s competitors started 2 years before him, Brandon’s focus and hard work paid off, achieving a 3rd place podium, 4th,5th,6th at The Whilton Mill club championship. Culminating in Brandon coming 4th in the overall Championship and being awarded the most improved driver of the 2015 season.
Brandon joins Litchfield Motor Sport, to complete the Super One series, Brandon has changed racing class, he is now racing the X30 Junior class, He has been surprisingly quick and has been demonstrating blistering pace, matching the front runners.
Brandon’s first race will be at Whilton Mill in Northampton preparing for Superone 2017 season.
Brandon has started his X30 season with a 4th,5th 11th place in the whilton mill championship heats and 8th place in the finals
The Super One season has begun first round was at Rowrah,cumbria
Brandon Abraham has shown that he is one to watch a potential dark horse to the title challenge, Brandon qualified 4th in TQ1 7th overall in the time qualification standings,
Heat 1 p6, Heat 2 p7.
This put him on P8 for final 1, Brandon then put in a mature drive to claim P6 for final 2.
After a great start Brandon got pushed wide and had to do his best to recover eventually claiming P19 out of 52 drivers.
Current Championship Standing has Brandon in joint 9th in the top 10.