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Glynn Geddie Ready For Rockingham British GT

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Having recently committed to completing the rest of the Avon Tyres British GT Championship for Porsche team Trackspeed Glynn Geddie has “every confidence” ahead of the Rockingham race weekend.

“The Porsche should be quite at home at Rockingham and I think we’re in good shape to be in a strong position to run at the front this weekend,” said the Apex Tubulars backed driver. “We had great pace at Knockhill and the team have made a lot of progress with the car since the last race at Spa.”

20-year-old Geddie and the team's regular wheelman David Ashburn finished third in the first of two races at Knockhill with Geddie, before a DNF robbed them a chance of victory in the second race.

The team will be looking for better luck in Northamptonshire as they look to knock MTECH pairing Matt Griffin and Duncan Cameron from the top of the series point standings.

“There’s a good vibe in the team and we are all aware of how, and how well, we work together,” Geddie adds. “We know what we have to do and I can’t see any reason why we shouldn’t have every confidence going into this weekend.”

Separate 15 minute qualifying sessions for the series two race take place on Saturday with both hour long races at Rockingham on Sunday.

The Checkered Flag will be reporting from the track through the weekend and you can keep up to date with Glynn Geddie at

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