Ginetta GT4 Supercup Statistics: Mid-Season 2014


As the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup gets ready to return to action next weekend at Snetterton, The Checkered Flag have looked back at the first three and a half years of the championship to bring you a breakdown of all the key statistics for the sportscar championship.

Unsurprisingly, series stalwart Carl Breeze finds himself topping the charts for race starts and podium finishes, though the 2012 champion still sits one win behind Tom Sharp’s record of twenty.

2012 runner-up Sharp is tied with reigning champion Tom Ingram for most wins in a season, while the latter’s incredible run to the title last season secures him the longest podium streak honours.

From the current crop, Reece Somerfield could become the second most capped Supercup driver behind Breeze if he completes the season, while front-runners Andrew Watson, Charlie Robertson and David Pittard will have a top six ranking for podium finishes in their sights.

Carl Breeze Has Competed In Every Supercup Race So Far - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Carl Breeze Has Competed In Every Supercup Race So Far – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Race starts:

95 – Carl Breeze

76 – Tom Ingram

74 – Colin White

71 – Fergus Walkinshaw

64 – Reece Somerfield

60 – Jamie Orton

54 – Tom Sharp

55 – Mark Davies

50 – Marcus Hoggarth

47 – Andrew Richardson

44 – Jake Hill, Rob Gaffney, Dan Norris-Jones

41 – Andrew Watson

38 – Pepe Massot

35 – Sean Huyton

33 – Louise Richardson

32 – Nathan Freke

30 – Carl Boardley

Tom Sharp Took Twenty Wins In Two Seasons - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Tom Sharp Took Twenty Wins In Two Seasons – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Race wins:

20 – Tom Sharp

19 – Carl Breeze

17 – Tom Ingram

9 – Nathan Freke

4 – Charlie Robertson

3 – Adam Morgan, Mark Davies, Pepe Massot, David Pittard

2 – Rob Boston, Andrew Watson, Matt Nicoll-Jones

1 – Andrew Richardson, George Murrells, Stefan Hodgetts, Tim Harvey, Jake Hill, Luke Davenport, Jamie Orton, Tom Oliphant

Tom Ingram Stood On The Podium After ..........% Of His G55 Races - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Tom Ingram Stood On The Podium After 76% Of His G55 Races – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Podium Finishes:

58 – Carl Breeze

39 – Tom Ingram

33 – Tom Sharp

20 – Adam Morgan, Nathan Freke

12 – Matt Nicoll-Jones

11 – Pepe Massot

9 – Andrew Watson

8 – Charlie Robertson

7 – Andrew Richardson, Mark Davies, Rob Boston, David Pittard

6 – Jake Hill, Jamie Orton

5 – Tom Oliphant

4 – Colin White

3 – George Murrells, Stefan Hodgetts, Josh Wakefield, Luke Davenport

2 – Hunter Abbott, Harry Woodhead, Sean Huyton

1 – Phil Broad, Marino Franchitti, Tim Harvey, Freddie Hetherington, Carl Boardley, Max Coates, Fergus Walkinshaw, Will Burns

Tom Ingram Took Eleven Wins En-Route To The 2013 Title - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Tom Ingram Took Eleven Wins En-Route To The 2013 Title – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Wins In A Season:

11 – Tom Sharp (2012), Tom Ingram (2013)

9 – Tom Sharp (2011)

6 – Carl Breeze (2011 & 2013), Tom Ingram (2012), Nathan Freke (2011)

5 – Carl Breeze (2012)

4 – Charlie Robertson (2014)

3 – David Pittard (2014), Adam Morgan (2011)

Twenty Podium Finishes Took Adam Morgan To The First Supercup Title - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Twenty Podium Finishes Took Adam Morgan To The First Supercup Title – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Podiums In A Season:

22 – Tom Ingram (2013)

21 – Carl Breeze (2012)

20 – Adam Morgan (2011)

17 – Carl Breeze (2011), Tom Ingram (2012), Tom Sharp (2012)

16 – Tom Sharp (2011), Nathan Freke (2011)

14 – Carl Breeze (2013)

12 – Matt Nicoll-Jones (2013)

9 – Pepe Massot (2013)

8 – Charlie Robertson (2014)

7 – Andrew Richardson (2012), Rob Boston (2013), David Pittard (2014)

6 – Jake Hill (2012), Andrew Watson (2014), Carl Breeze (2014)

 

Pole Positions:

9 – Tom Ingram

7 – Carl Breeze

5 – Tom Sharp

4 – Charlie Robertson

2 – Nathan Freke, Andrew Watson

1 – Adam Morgan, Jamie Orton, Fergus Walkinshaw, Rob Boston, Andrew Richardson, Mark Davies

Fourteen Wins Helped Sean Huyton Become The Last G50 Class Champion - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Fourteen Wins Helped Sean Huyton Become The Last G50 Class Champion – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


G50 Class Wins:

14 – Sean Huyton, Mark Davies

10 – Tom Ingram

6 – Aaron Williamson

5 – Rob Gaffney, Louise Richardson, Max Coates

4 – Jake Hill, Andrew Richardson

3 – Jody Fannin

2 – Declan Jones, Will Burns

1 – Harry Cockill

Rob Gaffney Has The Most G50 Podiums (24) From The Most G50 Starts (44) - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Rob Gaffney Has The Most G50 Podiums (24) From The Most G50 Starts (44) – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


G50 Class Podiums:

24 – Rob Gaffney

22 – Mark Davies

18 – Tom Ingram

17 – Jake Hill

16 – Aaron Williamson

15 – Sean Huyton

13 – Louise Richardson

11 – Andrew Richardson

10 – Jody Fannin, Reece Somerfield

9 – Declan Jones, Dan Norris-Jones

7 – Max Coates, Will Burns

4 – Mike Simpson

3 – Harry Cockill, Ian White, Dan Jones

2 – Connaire Finn, Ian Parsons, Brad Bailey, Steffen Andre Feet

1 – Lee Pattison, Mark Johnston, Simon Green

 

*These figures are taken from the Ginetta GT(4) Supercup from its inception in 2011 to the end of the Croft race meeting on 28/29 June 2014, and only include outright race wins and podium finishes – unless specified as G50 countdowns. G50 class starts are included in the race start figures.*

All figures are correct to the best of our knowledge, gathered from reliable sources. If you notice any mistakes, please get in touch via our contact us page.*