Run by husband and wife Christian and Amy Dick, Speedworks have had much success in the past including winning the Team Championship in the Ginetta G50 Cup, and the British GT 4 Championship at the wheel of a Ginetta G50; in fact it was no-other than team principal Christian Dick’s participation in both of these Championships that secured these wins. The team have also had success in other sports car categories including Ginetta G20s and Mazda MX5s. They also ran a Chevrolet Corvette in the top class of the British GT Championship.
Speedworks debuted in the BTCC Championship in 2011 with former Ginetta driver, and Hughes Safety Showers CEO, Tony Hughes behind the wheel of the very first Next Generation Touring Car. In what was a steep learning curve they gained many plaudits and were rewarded, as the team doubled in size in 2012, when they were joined by 2011 Ginetta GT Supercup Champion Adam Morgan in his debut season in Britain’s premier saloon racing championship. 2013 saw them run two cars for the second successive season with BTCC regulars Dave Newsham and Ollie Jackson at the wheel of the teams pair of Toyota Avensis NGTC cars.
2014 saw the team run former Ginetta GT Supercup Champion, and BRDC Rising Star; Tom Ingram in the British Touring Car Championship. They also supported the Handy Motorsport team in their inaugural season in the BTCC, with Simon Belcher making his step up from Renault Clios. The team also went back to it's roots, campaigning a Ginetta G50 in the 24H Series, taking a class win at Dubai and also racing in Mugello and Zandvoort before a heavy crash at Zandvoort brought an early end to the campaign.
What a year 2015 turned out to be for Speedworks Motorsport! Tom Ingram piloted his Toyota Avensis to a dream second place at Rockingham followed up by another stellar performance at Brands Hatch in the final round securing another second place for the Speedworks outfit. Alongside Tom's outstanding BTCC season, John Gilbert and Devon Modell claimed the 24HR Series SP3 Championship in an Aston Martin and Tony Hughes claimed second in the SP3 Championship in a Ginetta G50.
Speedworks BTCC break through came in 2016 when Tom Ingram won BTCC race 1 at Brands Hatch. This gave both Tom and the team there first win in the championsip and paved the way for the most successful BTCC campaign to date. Multiple podium finishes led Tom Ingram to finish the championship standings in the Top 10 and 4th in the Independent standings. Speedworks as a team finished 7th in the standings and 3rd in the independent teams championship.
2017 sees another new chapter in the history of Speedworks Motorsport as they embark on a LMP3 campaign with John Gilbert and Christian Dick behind the project.
|2016||BTCC running Matt Simpson in a Honda Civic Type R and BTCC star of the future Tom Ingram. Took first BTCC race win at Brands Hatch Indy with Tom Ingram and went on to take many more podium. Tom ended the year 10th in the drivers standings and 4th in the independents. Speedworks had there most succesful season as a BTCC team finishing 3rd in the independents and 7th overall.|
||24HR Series, SP3 champions in class with an Aston Martin, SP3 vice champions in class with a Ginetta. BTCC running Tom Ingram and Simon Belcher achieving 2 second place finishes with Tom.
|24HR Series, SP3 class winners 24hrs Dubai, also racing at Mugello and Zandvoort
|BTCC running Ginetta G55 Cup Champion Tom Ingram and supporting Clio Masters Champion Simon Belcher|
|2013||BTCC with a 2 car team running Dave Newsham and Ollie Jackson|
|2012||British GT3 in a Corvette C6. Ran a 2 car team in the BTCC with Toyota Avensis with Ginetta G55 Cup winner Adam Morgan and Tony Hughes
|2011||British GT3 in a Corvette C6. First season of BTCC with Toyota Avensis with Tony Hughes|
||British GT4 Champions, 2nd and 3rd in Eurpean GT4, British GT4 Teams Championship, numerous Chairmans cup wins|
|2009||Sebring Endurance Championship with G50, 2nd and 3rd in class|
|2009||First entry into the British GT championship, 2nd in class and Sunoco Driver of the weekend|
|2008||2nd in the G50 winter series
||3rd in the G50 drivers Championship, 2nd in the G20 drivers Championship, 1st in the Ginetta G50 teams Championship and 2nd in the G20 teams Championship|
|2007||Multiple podiums and race wins at the Walter Hayes G20 Trophy|
||Finish 4th in the overall G20 Championship and announces expansion into the newly formed G50 Cup for 2008|
|2006||Announces switch to Ginetta G20 Championship for 2007 after winning the G20 Winter Series
|2006||Speedworks Motorsport gains its first pole position and wins on debut|
|2005||Christian Dick wins the 2005 Mazda Mx5 Championship - Speedworks is formed.