Welcome to Zoë Wenham.com

Our BackgroundRacing karts since the age of nine and cars since 14, Zoë is has made the choice to step away from the British GT Championship. Taking multiple wins in the GT4 championship in 2013 and runner up spot in the championship is 2012, Wenham cemented her name on the GT racing front being one of the most successful female racing drivers on the scene! For 2015 Wenham will joining her brother Guy and the JPR team in the Funcup Championship. Read more

The 2014 Funcup

Funcup UK Championship is an exciting and dramatic with 7 race weekends of endurance racing. Cars have between 2 and 4 drivers and races are between 1 and 6 hours in length. This season sees Silverstone added to the calendar as well as returning to the same tracks as last season. Read more

The Funcup

Race-designed cars using a unique and extremely strong space frame chassis, with a Beetle silhouette GRP bodywork. The suspension is a combination of special race and some production-modified units, with Bilstein dampers and powerful brakes. The cars are powered by VW/Audi petrol engines, which are 1800cc and 130 bhp. The transmission comes in the form of a 6-speed Sadev sequential gearbox. Read more

Team JPR

The JPR team is run by championship organiser Paul Rose and the cars are always immaculately turned out. The focus for 2015 is to win the title with new team mate Stephen Johansen. The team should be able to work on improving their consistant race results as well as pushing to take their first win. Read more

Elite GoldStars

Announced at the Autosport International in January 2013, the winner of the 2013 award recieved many generous sponsor prizes and the chance to work with the new Williams Formula 1 test driver, Susie Wolff! Read more