Mark Willis (racing driver)


Mark Willis (racing driver)
Mark Willis
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Mark Willis
Nationality England English
Car # 65
Team Willis Motorsport
Engine Vauxhall C20XE
Championships 0
Wins 8
Debut season 2003
Best race result 1st
Finished last season 11th
Crew Chief Lee Griffiths
Spotter Jeff Parker

Mark Willis is a racing driver; he has raced the #65 pickup since 2003 in the UK Pickup Truck Racing series.

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Sponsors

Mark is sponsored by Tolway Fixings, Snap-on, Simpson Environmental Services, Simpson Race Exhausts, Bridges Vehicle Dismantlers and RS Capp

Racing Team

  • Lee Griffiths
  • Jeff Parker
  • Dave Willis
  • Ian Willis

Notable Achievements

He was the 2001 European Hot Rod Champion, 1993 and 1994 National Hot Rod Points Champion, and the 1992 Stock Rod British and European Champion

Career history

  • 2007 Pickup Truck Racing Championship - 11th
  • 2006 Pickup Truck Racing Championship - 3rd
  • 2005 Pickup Truck Racing Championship - 8th
  • 2004 Pickup Truck Racing Championship - 2nd
  • 2003 Pickup Truck Racing Championship – 3rd

Pre-Pickups:

  • 2002 Raced National Hot Rods - 4th in World Championship
  • 2001 European Hot Rod Champion
  • 2000 Eurocar V8 Championship, Runner up, 10 race wins, Tom Pryce Memorial Trophy Winner
  • 1999 Eurocar V8 Championship, Runner up, 5 race wins
  • 1998 Eurocar V8 Championship, 4th place, 3 race wins, Eurocar Team Champion (with Shane Bland)
  • 1997 Eurocar V6 Championship, Runner up, 7 race wins, Won - Driver's Driver of the Year
  • 1997 Eurocar V8 Championship, 10th overall (one meeting only)
  • 1996 Eurocar V6 Championship, 5th overall, 2 race wins
  • 1995 Eurocar V6 Championship, 9th overall, 1 race win
  • Hot Rods National Points Champion and BP Oils Champion in 1993 and 1994.
  • Stock Rods 1992 European and British Champion. Also won the British Champion in 1987. Countless race wins
  • Ministox Mark started his career on the small ovals racing 850cc Ministox with the other 10-15 year olds winning literally hundreds of trophies.

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