Colin Peach

Sports 2000 Class B Champion in 2015 and 2016 Colin Peach is a British racing driver for the Motorsport3 team in the Sports 2000 Championship
– a stepping-stone to World Endurance Championship racing.
Colins favourite track is Thruxton, and his motorsport hero is Damon Hill.
Colin's ultimate dream is to race in the Le Mans 24 Hour race.

He has also mentored drivers in the VAG trophy and raced classic Jaguars in the CSCC. One of his favourite hobbies is restoring classic minis and is currently working on a 1960's mk1.

Between 2016 and 2020 I have been suffering with mental health issues, mostly anxiety and depression. these are really hard and annoying issues to deal with but I think im getting to terms with it now. 2020 will be my first full season back since 2016 and would love your support :)


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Driver Profile

Colin Peach took a pretty unorthodox journey into motorsport. In 2006 with no prior racing experience Colin entered a TV show “So you want to be an F1 Driver?” designed to give people a chance of racing that would normally pass them by.
The show had over 2000 budding racers enter with different levels of experience, it featured a number of rounds, testing for fitness and car control. Colin did exceptionally well progressing to the 5th round. After that round was a turning point as although he was knocked out of the competition he was offered a race seat for the rest of the 2006 season in an Historic class Lola racing car by senior Judge Tim Matthews.

Colin now competes in the "Sports 2000 Championship" and has since gone on to have many Pinto engined Class podiums, victory's and fastest laps. In 2015 Colin purchased a Van Diemen car and moved up to the Duratec Class B championship and in his first season took five 1st place finishes and two 2nd place finishes – To crown him the 2015 Class B Champion - With a round still to spare.