19 year old Scotsman Glynn Geddie is targeting the 2010 Porsche Carrera Cup Title after Team Parker Racing confirmed he is to remain with the team for the coming season, as their team leader.

Geddie, who claimed the Pro-Am 2 title in 2008 and the Pro-Am 1 title last year, wants to keep the momentum gained for a full assault on the title. “I just want to go for the overall title and make it three titles in three seasons” said Geddie.

The rising star from Aberdeen doesn't plan on changing anything from 2009, where he took half the Pro-Am 1 wins en route to the title, which was secured at Brands Hatch, in the season finale on the Grand Prix loop against some very experienced racers, as well as taking overall podium finishes at his home round of Knockhill and at Silverstone. Geddie's pace impressed Parker during the second half of the season. “Glynn’s pace over the second half of 2009 was outstanding”

Team boss, Stuart Parker, believes that Geddie is ready to step up to the plate and be an overall title contender, “This should be Glynn’s year. We’ve got 12 months experience of working together and there is strong continuity in the team,”

Parker said. “He put a marker down last year and people forget that he’s still only 19.” “He spends a lot of time with us in the workshop and we’ve got to give him the equipment we gave Tim Bridgman last year.”

Barry Horne, a former champion of the series will continue to work alongside Geddie at TPR.