What does CIM do?

Christians In Motorsport (CIM) is a group of people unified by faith and their involvement in motorsport (professionally or for recreation). We aim to minister to and help others, and to promote the gospel within our respective areas.


Members compete or engineer in a huge range of motorsport formats including single-seaters, GTs, saloons, rallying, hillclimbs, sprints, autotests and autosolos. Previously, members have competed in competitions such as the Le Mans 24 Hours, Porsche Supercup, Cholmondeley Pageant of Power and Britcar among other events. Other members include marshals, media and dedicated motorsport fans.  While most of our current members are based in the UK, we have members from as far afield as New Zealand and welcome people from anywhere in the world to join us in our mission. CIM’s work is funded by our members and other supporters.  [NB: CIM does not sponsor any drivers or teams to compete, but does offer support in equipping for evangelism and outreach.]


Many of our drivers and teams are happy to host anyone who wants to come along to events, and some take passengers on track days. Some let other people compete in their cars or act as navigators on rallies.


Some of our CIM members are leaders on an annual youth holiday under the auspices of Scripture Union called ‘The Track. The campers are taught kart racing, trials bike riding, autograss, autotesting and vehicle maintenance, alongside the opportunity to explore their faith.


Our mission statement is: