Introducing Jack Goff

Jack Goff

 

Full Name

Jack Alan Goff

Date of Birth

6 March 1991

Age

26

Location

Stokenchurch, Bucks

Weight

80 kg

Height

6'2"

Hobbies / Interests

Motorsport, Gym, Music

Future Goals / Ambitions

British Touring Car Champion

Jack Goff is one of the most promising young talents in UK Motorsport. From the tender age of six when he first got behind the wheel of a go kart, Jack has been racing and winning.

At only 24 years old Jack is a true professional; calm, yet focused; confident, yet amazingly humbled by the support he receives from his sponsors. There is no doubt that Jack has an abundance of raw talent, his results on the track only go to prove this. He handles pressure with ease and delivers a performance that is completely devoid of nerves.

In 2009 at only 18 Jack began his first year as a professional racing driver by competing in the MG Trophy Championship. Once again he demonstrated his ability to win and earned his place within the world of motor racing by finishing first in his class. With Jack’s talent and potential all too evident, his sponsors unanimously decided to give him the opportunity to race in the Elf Renault Clio Cup Championship in 2010.

The Clio Cup is run as part of the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) programme and benefits from the popularity of the Championship, with various avenues of media coverage including live television.

Jack’s career in the Clio’s culminated with him winning the Championship in 2012.

In 2013, with his sponsors support, Jack was able to fulfil his ambition and compete for the first time in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. Jack finished the championship in 17th place and ended the season in style with a well earned second place podium position in the last race at Brands Hatch.

In 2014 Jack returned to compete in the BTCC for a second year. He proved his consistency with only DNF’s in four out of a total of 30 races and improved his finishing position to 15th in the Championship that included ten top ten finishes throughout the season.

In 2015 Jack fulfilled another ambition by joining a works-supported team. Triple Eight signed Jack to drive their second MG6 GT alongside former champion Andrew Jordan. Having started his career by winning the MG Trophy in 2009, this move brought him full circle back to MG. 2015 saw 21 top ten finishes including his maiden victory at Snetterton.

2016 saw Jack’s fourth season in the BTCC and a move to the rear wheel drive of BMW 125i M Sport of West Surrey Racing.

BRDC SuperStars

Now in its tenth year, BRDC SuperStars is well established as a programme which any serious young British driver aspires to be part of. As the scheme only selects the very brightest prospects, competition for places is tough and keenly fought. Amongst other things, drivers will gain significant benefit of media coverage that the BRDC SuperStars programme itself generates. Indeed, the Club’s endorsement of each young driver’s status as one of the very brightest prospects in motor sport is undoubted but hard to put a value on.