Jeffrey Kingsley 


Ontario, Canada

SBC Racing – a division of SportsCarBoutique – in partnership with POLICARO BMW is pleased to announce Jeff Kingsley as a driver for 2017 Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC). The 18 year young and very talented driver will race behind the wheel of the #16 BMW M235iR for the season.

Jeffrey’s past successes include several accomplishments like 5x Team Canada Member at the World Championships, Florida Winter Tour Champion, Multi Canadian National Champion, Multi Eastern Canadian Champion, US Open Champion. Kingsley has participated at notable races including the Montreal Grand Prix and the Toronto Honda Indy in an open-wheel racecar.
Jeff is currently a student at the University of Western Ontario with advanced entry into the Ivey School of Business.

Jeffrey Kingsley’s statement:

“It is a real pleasure to join forces with Sports Car Boutique for the 2017 Canadian Touring Car Championship! Driving the BMW M235iR for the season, I believe we can be a contender for many race wins and the championship this year. It is evident to see that the team supplies its drivers with the tools they need to succeed, and I look forward to getting on track.”

The season kicks off at the famous Victoria Day Speedfest from May 19th-21st at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Bowmanville, Ontario. This race attracts thousands of spectators and has an action packed schedule. If you would like to sponsor Jeff and have logos on his car, please see the contact page.

To follow Jeffrey this season or to contact with business inquires, please see the information below:

Instagram: @Jeff.Kingsley
Twitter: @jeff_kingsley

Kingsley Starts last

and Wins the race

Jeff Kingsley arrived at Calabogie Motorsports Park on Friday for a day of practice in his #16 BMW M235iR race car. Representing Sports Car Boutique and Policaro BMW, Kingsley was facing new challenges as he had never been to the 20-turn race track. To add to the matter, the two races would feature a different layout which meant less time to learn the track.
Saturdays race saw Kingsley qualifying in the 4th position. With a good starting spot for the race, Jeff was confident he could put the BMW on the podium. After falling to 5th at the green flag, he was in a battle with another BMW where he managed to get by and pull away. With the leaders already gone, Jeff Kingsley would have to settle for the 3rd position, putting him on the podium.
Moving on to Sunday, Kingsley was hoping for a better result. Running 2nd place for majority of qualifying, it seemed to be going well until the last lap where he was bumped to 4th. At the beginning of a crazy start in race 2, Jeff experienced an issue with the traction control turning on in the car. Not being able to see the activation screen, Kingsley spent three laps with a loss of acceleration power, allowing many cars to overtake. Falling back to 8th, Jeff was not discouraged and quickly began battles with the cars ahead. One by one he picked off other drivers and had exciting and aggressive battles on his way towards the front of the field. Making a pass for 2nd place with two laps to go, he would only have to defend the position on the last lap. With the leader too far ahead in such a short time, he had to settle for a 2nd place finish. Jeff did however have the quickest lap time in his class, proving to be the quickest on track with a possibility of winning the race.
The next event for the young driver is on August 7th and 8th at Circuit ICAR in Mirabel, Quebec. Much of his success this season is owed to Sports Car Boutique, Policaro BMW, 94.9 The Rock FM, and his family.
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Jeffrey Kingsley poses at the Toyota Canada booth during the 2014 Canadian International Autoshow while representing Whitby Toyota.

Double PoduiM For Kingsley

In Calabogie

Jeff Kingsley made his debut experience on the grand prix track at Circuit ICAR July 7th – 8th, located in Montreal Quebec. Having years of success and wins at the go-kart track, it was his first time on the car track where he passed 15 cars to win race one and finish third in race two.

A wet qualified saw Kingsley scoring a 4th place starting position for Race 1. Showing up to the grid before the race just 2 minutes late, Jeff was given a grid penalty and forced to start at the rear of the field in last place. Taking advantage of his rain racing skills, Jeff managed to pass 8 cars into the first corner as he dived down the inside into turn one. Picking off cars one by one, he made it up to 4th place in just six laps. Due to a crash mid-race, the safety car came out and bunched the field back together, giving Kingsley a better shot at a podium finish. Right off the restart, Jeff dove down the outside of turn one for a brilliant pass if completed. Managing to hold to outside line against a Mustang, he pulled off a beyond incredible move to take 3rd position. Two laps later, Jeff made a double pass to take over 1st place in the race and would then defend off those behind for ten laps in a nail biting finish to win the race.

Race two saw Jeff starting third where he got another good start. Managing to battle into the 1st position, it seemed to be easy cruising to a double victory. Unfortunately, the car lost power and entered limp mode where Jeff then crawled to pit lane. After restarting the car, he got back out in third place but again power was lost. Repeatedly having to restart the car, Jeff Kingsley would crawl to the finish line in a solid 3rd position.

What should have been two first place finishes, it was still an amazing achievement to leave with a 1st and a 3rd. Kingsley now leads the points championship in a close battle. Next stop is Trois-Rivières, Quebec for a thrilling street race on August 11th – 13th.

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Jeff Kingsley to race

BMW for 2017 season

Jeffrey Kingsley attends the Policaro BMW track day and discusses his year ahead.