The main driver of the Legacy is Damien Bradley. Born in Ireland in 1979 and moving to London in the mid 80s Damien has had an interest in all things car related from a young age, particularly Japanese cars. The first taste of "performance" cars was a Mazda Eunos roadster 1.6 with the all important Limited Slip Differential. Next was a mildly tuned MR2 turbo before getting a brand new Celica T Sport as a company car with a pharmaceutical company.

After leaving the pharmaceutical industry and joining the family construction company a budget set of wheels were required, the criteria was simple, Japanese, 4WD, and tune-ability.

A good friend Oliver Breslin swore by Subaru's and a Legacy was within budget whereas the Impreza was out of reach.

Having been through 14 Legacys to date you could say Damien was keen on them or maybe sore on them.

Damien has enlisted the help of friends over the years to help build the Legacy to where it is today but most of the graft is completed by him in his garage working late into the nights to meet a race event deadline.

Balancing family life with his wife and three children together with working 6 days a week for the family construction business then building and maintaining the race car isn't easy but the smile on his face stood on the podium says it's all worth it.

Damien has had many wins at the wheel of the Legacy and he puts much of his success down to the people around him. His best friend and mapper Simon Roe (RIP) played a huge part in building up the car and encouraging Damien to compete in Time Attack. Simon lost his fight against Skin Cancer in 2014 and is greatly missed.