Ginetta GT4 Supercup

New AM Duo Join Ginetta Supercup For Oulton

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Gary Lancashire and David Brooks are the latest drivers to enter the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup, boosting the grid to nineteen cars for this weekend’s visit to Oulton Park.

Lancashire enters with reigning champions Century Motorsport, who’s line-up could be as high as four cars with the previously announced addition of former series podium finisher Declan Jones.

55 year old Lancashire is a former TVR racer, and got his first experience of his Ginetta G55 last weekend when he made an outing in the DDMC Northern Sports & Saloon Car Championship at Oulton in support of British GT.

Brooks meanwhile enters with his own Brooks Motorsport outfit, having contested the Avon Intermarque Championship last year in a Vauxhall Tigra, in which he competed against current BTCC racer Matt Simpson.

*Our full preview ahead of this weekend’s Supercup action at Oulton Park can be read by clicking here.*

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