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Moore Aiming for Ginetta Challenge in 2015

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Nick Moore is aiming for Ginetta glory in 2015 after stepping up preparations for his maiden season in the GT5 Challenge.

The Norwich racer, 20, who recently announced a deal with Ultimo GT for next season, narrowly missed out on the Ginetta grid this year after a deal with Tollbar Racing failed to materialised just weeks before the season opener at Oulton Park.

Speaking ahead of next season, Moore is confident he can finally launch his career in the blossoming series. “Having Ultimo GT onboard for next season really has boosted my chances of having a competitive year in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge championship. It has been a long time in the making and I’m really glad to have attracted an oil giant like Ultimo GT.

“Despite having them on board, there is still a lot of work to do on and off the track. I am still in need of sponsorship to help me get on the grid next year.

“As ever I have got my chin up and I have worked closely with newly formed partnerships I have made and I am looking forward to next season. I have been improving the marketing side of my racing for me and my sponsors and improving my skills through simulator training and testing with Team LNT.”

Alongside revealing his 2015 plans to TCF, Moore also eluded a few famous names in British Motorsport that have been helping his quest for a grid slot next year: “I’ve also talked to Dave Newsham and Robb Holland who are on the British Touring Car grid about where to go and what to do next.

“Their advice has been incredibly helpful. This alongside my experience in representing driver’s sponsors in the BTCC has given me a great platform to build on.”

This seasons Ginetta GT5 Challenge resumes this weekend at Brands Hatch, with championship leader Dennis Strandberg looking to extend his advantage at the top of the standings in Kent.

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