Alex Toth-Jones is a very talented young racing driver from Yorkshire. Racing has always been a passion of Alex’s. This is shown through his investment and commitment to the sport and his teams.
Aston Martin Racing young driver Academy member – Alex started racing karts at the age of 12 and made the move up to cars in 2016 in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge and then the British GT with Academy Motorsport in the Aston Martin Vantage GT4 in 2019.
In 2020 due to the Covid pandemic his GT3 dreams were put on hold. Instead he managed to keep racing during the year – part in Porsche Sprint Challenge, GT Cup and British GT in the Aston Martin Vantage GT4
2022 saw the move into Europe where Alex conquered the famous Nurburgring ‘Green Hell’ in the NLS endurance series.
Alex is not lucky enough to be self funded like most racing drivers and so is always on the look out for new sponsors / partners so he can progress his racing career.
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Alex also provides an excellent VIP hospitality service as well as Brand Ambassador roles and promotion opportunities on and off the track.
It is impossible to simply describe the excitement of motor racing, you need to be part of it to truly experience the thrill. Alex can promise it isn’t a feeling to miss out on, so why wait? If you’d like to be part of Alex’s journey email him at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Who is #Bertgoose?
Bert Goose is Alex’s racing car! It all goes back to his first ever Ginetta GT5 race at Thruxton in 2016.
All drivers have to have their surname in the back window of their cars and Ginetta didn’t have Alex’s name printed out. So, they gave him and the team a big pile of previous drivers surnames and said that they would have to cut out the letters to make something themselves.
The team got to work and laid them all down on the garage floor. The mechanics started having fun making random double-barrelled names with the favourite being Bert Goose. It stuck, and Alex decided that would be the name of his car and it’s carried on ever since. One of the guys was kind enough to design a cartoon of Bert himself and the rest is history!
His picture is always on Alex’s car and this year he has made it onto the helmet and all of the freebies at race weekends.
Wherever Alex races, Bert Goose will always be there racing with him!