Champion Interview by email: MotoMono - Jason Timms
Moto Mono's Jason Timms, from probably Mono's most prolific family of winners, talks about winning the smallest capacity but on occassions fastest class.
When did you start racing?
1989/90. I raced a Formula Renault as support with the Touring Cars and BARC in the 90's. I stopped racing in 2001 as my son began to compete in Motorcross events. Unfortunately he broke is leg in 2011 so I started racing again in my father's 1600cc Lola. I purchased a 2007 Speads Moto Mono for use at Spa and I haven't looked back since, it's great fun.
What previous success have you had?
I won the 1600 Kent Championship
Why did you decide to do Monoposto?
My father and uncle were members of the club and during a practice day I jumped into my father's car and got the racing bug!
What mods did you make to the car?
This year I have only changed the tyres
Are there any others you would have liked to make?
Dry sump the engine and better aero
Which was your most enjoyable race?
Spa without a doubt!
Is there anybody you especially enjoy racing / beating?
Would you have done anything different?
Which is you favourite circuit and why?
Spa or Brands GP. For the elevation and fast corners
How big is your team on the day?
Do you work on the car yourself or get somebody else to do it?
I work on the car myself
Are you glad you did Mono?
Would you like to race anything else? (Within Mono, or any other series whatsoever, budget no limits.)
I enjoy my Moto Mono
What do you do as a day job?
I am a Transport Manager/Director for the family business
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Jason getting another cup
The Speads in action
With "the man to beat" Geoff Fern
The engine room
Part of the "day job" fleet.