Richardson Racing will once again compete in the Ginetta GT Supercup this season as they attempt to defend the G50 and Team’s titles they won in the series in 2012.
In only its second season in the series, a stunning campaign saw Mark Davies take the G50 honours for the team with 14 wins in 24 races, while strong performances in the G55 class by Andrew Richardson helped them secure the team’s championship.
Hopes are high for further success when the new season gets underway, with discussions in place with drivers seeking to compete in both the G55 and G50 classes, as the team works on putting together a new-look line-up for the season.
“Last season was a fantastic one for the whole team and we were obviously delighted to win two championship titles,” said team boss Gwyn Richardson. “We were strong in both the G55 and G50 classes and are confident that we will be able to build on the success we enjoyed in 2012 during the season ahead.
“We are in discussions with several drivers who have shown an interest in racing with us this season and we are looking to run cars in both classes again this year. In the past few years, we have built a strong team both on and off track and have shown that we are more than capable of providing drivers with a car that will allow them to run right at the front of the field.”
Andrew Richardson is one driver in discussions, though the 21 year old is assessing other options after two seasons in the Supercup, including Formula Ford.
“As things stand, Andy is considering other options on offer in the TOCA paddock but, even if he elects to compete in another series, he will still be involved with the team and will work alongside our drivers to share the knowledge and experience he has gained behind the wheel of both the G50 and G55 in recent seasons,” added Gwyn.