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Welcome to JRM Group

JRM Racing • JRM Rally • JRM Engineering

Combining a wealth of motorsport experience together with a team of highly-skilled personnel and an extensive range of engineering resources, the JRM Group is now a rapidly developing force in the automotive performance and motorsport industries.

Since the company was founded in 2008 it has operated at the cutting-edge of motorsport, recording success-after-success at international level in rallying, racing and other forms of automotive competition. Underlining its achievements, JRM Racing won the FIA GT1 Drivers’ World Championship title in 2011, when it beat some of the best sports car teams and manufacturers in the world.

And it doesn’t stop there: In 2012, JRM competed in the FIA World Endurance Championship as one of the leading privateer teams, finishing third overall. Details of this campaign can be found via the JRM Racing LMP1 link on this website.

The experience gained by competing at top-level has enabled JRM to develop relationships with manufacturers and suppliers. It is therefore in an excellent position to undertake major projects, such as the development, construction and sales of the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 in Europe, Russia and the Middle East.

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