A stellar weekend at Knockhill has further extended United Autosports lead at the top of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup Teams’ Championship.
The Yorkshire-based outfit led the way by 26 points after the Oulton Park meeting in June, and strong performances both before and after the five-week summer break have increased their lead to 234 points with seven races to go.
The team took all three wins in Scotland last weekend, and eight podium finishes in the last nine races for Carl Breeze means the team look odds-on favourites to win the Teams’ title.
Douglas Motorsport were their closest rivals, however the recent absence of Harry Woodhead means they’ve only ran a one-car entry recently, dropping them down to fourth in the standings.
HHC Motorsport’s expansion to a two-car line-up with Jamie Orton since the summer break, coupled with championship leader Charlie Robertson’s strong form, has moved them up to second overall.
Orton’s former team Century Motorsport sit behind them in third, the drop from two drivers to one hampering their chances of challenging for top honours.
In a close fight for the final top five spot, Academy Motorsport currently head SV Racing by 20 points, thanks in part to ten consecutive top five finishes from Will Burns.
Provisional 2014 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup Teams Championship Standings (After Rd.20 of 27):
1. United Autosports – 856pts
2. HHC Motorsport – 622pts
3. Century Motorsport – 575pts
4. Douglas Motorsport – 538pts
5. Academy Motorsport – 473pts
6. SV Racing – 453pts
7. JHR Developments – 225pts
8. Priocept Racing – 208pts