Current Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup championship leader Tom Wrigley will race a Ginetta G57 for the first time this weekend as he joins a four car entry for the V de V Championship Four Hours of Le Mans.
Wrigley is the dominant force in the Supercup at the moment, having taken a hat-trick of wins at Donington Park last weekend to establish a 48 point advantage at the top of the standings after the opening five races.
The 23 year old will share one of the Ginetta prototypes with former Radical SR3 European Masters champion Andy Cummings and established GT racer Bradley Ellis, while Ginetta factory driver Mike Simpson will share driving duties in another car with Ginetta boss Lawrence Tomlinson.
Wrigley isn’t the only driver on the grid with GT4 Supercup connections, with current AM class leader Colin White entering a CWS Racing car with 2014 champion Charlie Robertson. Completing the entry meanwhile is Nick Holden and Andy Hack in a Simpson Racing entry.
Ginetta are targeting success around the Le Mans Bugatti Circuit, having claimed the PFV class win and an overall podium finish during the G57’s competitive race debut in the V de V opener at Barcelona last month.