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Orton Joins Supercup In Title-Winning Machine

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Jamie Orton In Action In The Ginetta GT Supercup In 2011 At Silverstone - Photo Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography


Jamie Orton has confirmed a full time move into the Ginetta GT Supercup in 2012 after buying Adam Morgan’s 2011 title winning G55.

Orton made a one-off appearance in the final rounds of last year’s Supercup at Silverstone. Running with Total Control Racing, Orton took a best finish of fourteenth in his two races. After clearly getting the Ginetta bug, the reigning Caterham Superlight R300 Champion is returning for a full campaign in his ex-Ciceley Racing car.

Ginetta Championship Co-ordinator Max Gregory added: “Jamie's first run with us wasn't representative of his pace. This year will be a different story. He's got great car control and with some more seat time he'll be one to watch.”

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