Double Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup race-winner Tom Wrigley is returning to the championship this season with Rob Boston Racing.
Wrigley established himself as a potential Supercup title contender with back-to-back reverse grid race wins last season at Snetterton and Knockhill.
His maiden win was particularly poignant, coming just a week after his Rednal Karting business was gutted by fire, with his Ginetta G55 amongst the property lost.
The 23 year old added ten other top six finishes and a pole position at Silverstone to his victories, finishing the year sixth in the points standings.
Wrigley returns to the grid this season with backing from Bundlestars, Rednal Karting and Lotus Lampshades, and hopes to be challenging at the front of the field once again.
“I’m over the moon to be back in the championship, and to finally be able to put the damage and bad memories of last year’s fire behind us and look forward,” Wrigley told TCF.
“I feel the Supercup is a brilliant championship, with highly competitive racing in fast and exciting car blended with great TV exposure.
“Rob Boston is a fantastic bloke, as are all the team, and I am looking forward to bringing home good results for all of them.
“Many thanks to all my fans, sponsors and family for supporting me and helping me get to this stage.”
Alongside his Supercup exploits, Wrigley will also be supporting the team’s new Ginetta Junior signing Greg Johnson, who currently leads the Winter Series at Wrigley’s Rednal kart circuit.
“I am looking forward to seeing how Greg develops as the season goes on,” he added.
“I have been bringing Greg on in karting since he started attending Rednal regularly, and after some impressive performances, it’s time for him to step up to the highly competitive Ginetta Juniors.”