We earlier announced British Army Motorsports Association (BAMA) will be at the JAE 2017 Race Paddock. We can now confirm they will have two vehicles on display.
BAMA will be have on it's Race Paddock stand a Nissan Skyline R32 GTR - the very original Godzilla.
BAMA was formed in 1960 for the purpose of co-ordinating motorised wheeled driver training in the Army and in the form of competitive motorsport events and to represent the interests of Army Motor Sports at Service, National and International level. Of all the disciplines at BAMA Sports Car Racing is the most competitive and remains the biggest growth area in the British Army Motorsport Association. The Team behind the series have strived to develop this exciting sport ever since its establishment and recognition by the Army Sports Control Board in 2011. What started as a few members joining the Race Grid, has now leapt over 20 Army Race Drivers joining their fellow competitors from the RAF and Navy on the grid of the Armed Forces Race Challenge. Their sponsors our linked below.