James Guess enjoyed a hugely positive debut outing in the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup with a hat-trick of AM class podium finishes at Brands Hatch.
The reigning AMOC Intermarque vice-champion was at the sharp end of the class from the off, qualifying in second place and producing the fastest class lap of the opening race.
In that encounter, Guess enjoyed a thrilling battle with Grahame Tilley over the class lead for a large part of the race, eventually finishing second behind the charging Colin White.
Guess would go on to produce two repeat performances in Sunday’s two encounters, firmly establishing himself as one to watch in the class title picture with a second place hat-trick.
“It’s been a fantastic weekend. Century Motorsport has worked really hard to help me get three second places for my first time in this championship,” said Guess.
“Before I came into this weekend I had done just three hours driving in this car, so I had to try and get on top of it and compete with these guys who have been driving these cars for years and doing lots of testing, so I’m really pleased.”