The fastest boy in Javea

DRIVING AMBITION: James Nutbrown (centre), flanked by Mayor Jose Chulvi (left) and Tourism councillor Antoni Miragall (right).

James Nutbrown, a 20-year-old Briton, is “the fastest boy in Javea.” The up-and-coming driver began racing at 14 in the Junior T-Cars championship. He then went on to win several novice awards in Rotax Junior Karting, coming sixth in the South-West championships .

In 2010 James finished third during his first season in the Autosport Young Guns Championship, progressing in 2011 to the Intersteps Championship. Lacking a sponsor he had to take a break in 2012 but concentrated on perfecting his racing techniques. 

His ambition is to compete in Formula I but in the meantime James is competing in the Renault Clip Cup championship.   Encouraged by Javea’s mayor Jose Chulvi, the town shield is prominent on his car, together with the Spanish and British flags.

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