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Aiden Moffat joins Josh Cook at rebranded OneMotorsport team

Aiden Moffat will join Josh Cook for the 2023 British Touring Car Championship, with the duo racing Honda Civics for the OneMotorsport outfit, which recently rebranded from its previous guise as BTC Racing.

Cook, 31, thus enters into his fifth consecutive season with Steve Dudman’s team, with the Bath-based racer having once again proven to be a consistent title contender in 2022.

He will be joined by Scot Moffat, who leaves his family-run team for his tenth full season in the BTCC.

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Both drivers will be racing under the Starline Racing by One Motorsport banner, with backing from by LKQ Euro Car Parts.

The Brackley-based team is undergoing expansion of its motorsport activities, including an expansion into the British GT championship.

OneMotorsport holds three TOCA BTCC Licences for the 2023 season, whilst Aiden Moffat Racing has two.

“We’re thrilled to announce the rebranding and delighted to rejuvenate our BTCC line-up and welcome Aiden in, whilst re-signing Josh was an incredibly important step,” said Team Principal Danny Buxton.

“Aiden is a class act and I feel he has yet to reach his potential. I’m confident with the support network we’ll provide, he’ll be a front-runner from day one.

“Josh is raring to go and we’re pushing extremely hard to ensure he has all the winning tools. Together with the exciting Starline LKQ Euro Car Parts partnership, we’re ideally positioned for all challenges in BTCC racing.”

OneMotorsport, Honda Civic Type-R FK8 NGTC
Photo: OneMotorsport

Moffat returns to a front-wheel drive touring car for the first time since 2019, having spent the past three-and-a-half seasons in the rear-wheel drive Infiniti Q50.

“I’m really happy to be signed with Starline Racing by One Motorsport for the 2023 BTCC season,” said Moffat.

“Seeing how competitive they were in the Honda Civic FK8 gives me a massive buzz that I just didn’t have last year. A massive thanks to Steve Dudman, Danny Buxton and Will Powell for making this all work.

“Despite spending so much time in the BTCC, this is the most comfortable I have felt going into a season.

“Racing is a bit like business, you want to deal with the right people and that’s what we now have for this year with One Motorsport and our new as well as existing partners who are supporting this fantastic opportunity.”

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