The 2023 season was but a short one for Harry Rice Racing, with only competing in the first 2 rounds in a car which was built for the class below! This was Harry's first year in a RWD car, to make it even more challenging the class 2 cars run on slicks! Despite this though, Harry managed to claim a podium in just the first race of the season! Before withdrawing from the championship due to budget restrictions
2022 saw a big change for Harry Rice, in the form of the Britcar Trophy Championship. Despite setbacks and car/class changes we still managed 2 class podiums and P3 in Class 2 in the championship!
Building on a successful 2020 season, 2021 was Harry's 3rd season in JSCC. After competing in several races Harry made the decision to focus on testing and preparing for his 2022 move up into the adult championships.
2020 saw Harry compete once again in the JSCC, with OREX Competition. Collecting a podium at Knockhill and consistently finishing top 6 therefore awarding him P6 overall that year.
With karting options in 2019 looking ominous due to age restrictions, Harry decided to make the switch from karting to track racing, moving forward with the Junior Saloon Car Championship (JSCC). A late decision to enter the JSCC 2019 Scholarship would prove to be pivotal, with Harry taking winning honours and a fully funded season in the championship.
Racing since he was 8, Harry Rice has taken to the track in fine style, notably winning the Junior Saloon Car Championship Scholarship against 27 other budding racers.
Harry began his racing career at 8 years old, corporate karting at Daytona Sandown Park. Moving up to junior karting in 2017, the Minimax class tested his ability before moving up to Junior Rotax. The season though bright at the start turned sour with mechanical issues that inhibited Harry’s progression in the year.