Ginetta GT4 Supercup Statistics: Winter 2014


With a hugely competitive fourth season of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup in the bag and attentions now turning towards 2015, The Checkered Flag are here with all the key statistics on the championship’s history so far.

It proved to be a record-breaking 2014 season for series stalwart Carl Breeze, who joined the championship in reaching the 100 race milestone at Knockhill in August, while four wins for the year saw him overhaul Tom Sharp’s all-time win record.

While Breeze holds the records for most wins, podiums and race starts, 2013 champion Tom Ingram leads the way in pole positions and fastest laps, as well as wins, podiums and fastest laps in a season in his championship year.

For 2014 victor Charlie Robertson, eight wins and twenty podium finishes have placed him towards the top of those charts, while his six pole positions for the year is a new record for the series.

2014 also saw Fergus Walkinshaw, Reece Somerfield and Jamie Orton all move over the seventy race mark over the course of the season, while Dan Norris-Jones reached his half century.

 

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

Race starts:

108 – Carl Breeze

77 – Fergus Walkinshaw

76 – Tom Ingram

75 – Reece Somerfield

74 – Colin White

72 – Jamie Orton

57 – Dan Norris-Jones

55 – Mark Davies

54 – Tom Sharp, Andrew Watson

50 – Marcus Hoggarth

47 – Andrew Richardson

44 – Jake Hill, Rob Gaffney

38 – Pepe Massot

37 – Carl Boardley

35 – Sean Huyton

33 – Louise Richardson, Will Burns

32 – Nathan Freke

31 – Tom Oliphant

 

Tom Sharp Lost His Win Record This Season - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Sharp Lost His Win Record This Season To Breeze – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Race wins:

21 – Carl Breeze

20 – Tom Sharp

17 – Tom Ingram

9 – Nathan Freke

8 – Charlie Robertson

5 – Andrew Watson, David Pittard

3 – Adam Morgan, Mark Davies, Pepe Massot

2 – Rob Boston, Matt Nicoll-Jones, Luke Davenport, Tom Oliphant

1 – Andrew Richardson, George Murrells, Stefan Hodgetts, Tim Harvey, Jake Hill, Jamie Orton

 

Wins In A Season:

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

9 – Tom Sharp (2011)

8 – Charlie Robertson (2014)

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

5 – Carl Breeze (2012), David Pittard (2014), Andrew Watson (2014)

4 – Carl Breeze (2014)

3 – Adam Morgan (2011)

 

Race Win Percentage:

37.04% – Tom Sharp – 20 wins in 54 races

33.33% – Tom Ingram – 17 in 51

29.63% – Charlie Robertson – 8 in 27

28.13% – Nathan Freke – 9 in 32

19.44% – Carl Breeze – 21 in 108

 

Robertson Took Twenty Podiums This Year, Same As Inaugural Champion Morgan - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Robertson Took Twenty Podiums This Year, Same As Inaugural Champion Morgan – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

 

Podium Finishes:

64 – Carl Breeze

39 – Tom Ingram

33 – Tom Sharp

20 – Adam Morgan, Nathan Freke, Charlie Robertson

15 – Andrew Watson

12 – Matt Nicoll-Jones, David Pittard

11 – Pepe Massot

10 – Tom Oliphant

7 – Andrew Richardson, Mark Davies, Rob Boston

6 – Jake Hill, Jamie Orton

4 – Colin White, Will Burns, Luke Davenport

3 – George Murrells, Stefan Hodgetts, Josh Wakefield

2 – Hunter Abbott, Harry Woodhead, Sean Huyton

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

 

Podiums In A Season:

22 – Tom Ingram (2013)

21 – Carl Breeze (2012)

20 – Adam Morgan (2011), Charlie Robertson (2014)

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), David Pittard (2014), Carl Breeze (2014), Andrew Watson (2014)

10 – Tom Oliphant (2014)

9 – Pepe Massot (2013)

7 – Andrew Richardson (2012), Rob Boston (2013)

 

Podium Finish Percentage:

76.47% – Tom Ingram – 39 podiums in 51 races

74.07% – Adam Morgan – 20 in 27

74.07% – Charlie Robertson – 20 in 27

62.50% – Nathan Freke – 20 in 32

61.11% – Tom Sharp – 33 in 54

59.26% – Carl Breeze – 64 in 108

 

Robertson Took Five Pole Positions In A Row, A Supercup Record - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Robertson Took Five Pole Positions In A Row This Year, A Supercup Record – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Pole Positions:

9 – Tom Ingram

8 – Carl Breeze

6 – Charlie Robertson

5 – Tom Sharp

2 – Nathan Freke, Andrew Watson, David Pittard

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

 

Poles In A Season:

6 – Charlie Robertson (2014)

5 – Carl Breeze (2011), Tom Ingram (2013)

4 – Tom Ingram (2012)

3 – Tom Sharp (2012)

2 – Tom Sharp (2011), Adam Morgan (2011), David Pittard (2014)

 

Ingram's Pace Was Unmatched In 2013 With Fifteen Fastest Laps - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Ingram’s Pace Was Unmatched In 2013 With Fifteen Fastest Laps – Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Fastest Laps:

21 – Tom Ingram

16 – Carl Breeze, Tom Sharp

10 – Nathan Freke

8 – David Pittard

7 – Andrew Watson, Charlie Robertson

5 – Andrew Richardson

4 – Adam Morgan

3 – Jamie Orton

2 – Colin White

1 – George Murrells, Mark Davies, Josh Wakefield, Matt Nicoll-Jones, Pepe Massot, Carl Boardley, Luke Davenport

 

Fastest Laps In A Season:

15 – Tom Ingram (2013)

9 – Tom Sharp (2012)

8 – Nathan Freke (2011), David Pittard (2014)

7 – Tom Sharp (2011), Charlie Robertson (2014)

6 – Carl Breeze (2011), Tom Ingram (2012)

5 – Andrew Richardson (2012), Andrew Watson (2014)

 

For statistics on the G50 class between 2011 and 2013, check out our mid-season statistics run-down here.

*These figures are taken from the Ginetta GT(4) Supercup from its inception in 2011 to the end of the Brands Hatch GP race meeting on 11/12 October 2014, and only include outright race wins and podium finishes. G50 class starts are included in the race start figures.*

*Banner Image: Jakob Ebrey Photography

  • David_Pittard

    spaicemedia GinettaCars you’ll be pleased to know your stats were used in force at the awards