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Somerfield Targets Wins In Third Supercup Season

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Reece Somerfield has confirmed he will return for a third season in the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup in 2014.

The 25 year old made his debut in the series in 2012, finishing third overall in the G50 class, his efforts earning him the ‘Spirit of the Championship’ award at the end of the year.

After starting last season in the G50’s once again, Somerfield quickly graduated into the main G55 class from the second weekend onwards. The West Midlands-based racer went on to card a best finish of fourth en-route to a top ten championship finish.

The Civil Engineer heads into the upcoming campaign with podium finishes and race wins in his sights.

I am looking forward to returning to the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup for 2014 – Ginetta provide excellent cars at affordable costs and competitive drivers and I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel at Brands Hatch,” said Somerfield.

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