Farnham racing driver Jonny Lovell has sealed this year’s Porsche Club Motorsport Boxster Cup title in style.

Lovell picked up a win and a second-place finish in the final round of the season at Snetterton to round off a superb campaign.

Lovell had only raced at track days before this year, but took to his first year of competitive racing like a duck to water.

The Porsche Boxster Cup is divided into seven rounds – each round comprises qualifying and two 25-minute races.

The seven rounds started at Donington Park, before heading to Brands Hatch, Anglesey Coastal, Oulton Park International, Silverstone and back to Brands Hatch, before finishing at Snetterton.

“I’ve loved every minute of it,” said Lovell.

“I wasn’t expecting this at the start of the year – it’s been so much fun and is one of the best things I have ever done.

“A particular highlight was at Brands Hatch in September, where we had 9,000 people watching – that was awesome.

“I managed to get a win at every circuit I visited this year, which is particularly pleasing and proves I can do well going forwards.”

Lovell will progress to a higher level of racing next year, and has already set the wheels in motion.

“I’ve won the Class Three title, so the natural progression is to move to Class Two next season – which I’m going to do.

“The cars have more oomph in Class Two and are faster – it will be a great experience.

“I’ll be doing testing before the season starts to make sure the car I’m using next year will be ready to go.

“The races are held at the same venues as Class Three, so I know the race tracks already. Hopefully I can go on to have success in Class Two. The aim is to then progress to Class One in 2025.”

Lovell says anyone who is considering getting involved in grassroots racing should take the plunge.

“I absolutely would encourage anyone who is thinking of getting into racing to do it,” he said.

“Porsche are absolutely great and look after everyone on the series really well – it’s a really inclusive level of racing and you don’t need endless amounts of money like the higher levels.”