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2018 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup: Season In Numbers

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Charlie Ladell - 2018 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup - Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography
Credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

The 2018 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup produced the eighth different champion in the championship’s history, with Charlie Ladell emerging victorious following a hugely consistent campaign with now two-time champions Rob Boston Racing.

The season would produce eighth different podium finishers, of which four visited the top step, while no less than twenty drivers featured in the overall top ten as a number of drivers made their mark in the 2018 campaign – a full statistical breakdown of which can be found here:

Wins

10 – Charlie Ladell
6 – Carl Boardley
4 – Harry King
3 – Tom Roche

Podiums

20 – Ladell
14 – Boardley
13 – King
7 – Roche, Angus Fender
5 – Adam Shepherd
2 – Jac Constable
1 – Adam Higgins

Top Six Finishes

21 – Ladell, Boardley
18 – King
15 – Roche
12 – Fender
10 – Reece Somerfield, Constable
9 – Carl Shield, Shepherd
4 – Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke
3 – Michael Crees, Colin White
2 – Higgins
1 – Tom Hibbert

Top Ten Finishes

22 – Boardley
21 – Ladell
20 – King
19 – Fender
18 – Constable, Shield
17 – Roche, Somerfield
15 – Gordon-Colebrooke
14 – Crees
12 – White
11 – Shepherd, Jack Minshaw
4 – Alex Taylor
3 – Lee Frost
2 – Higgins, Ollie Chadwick, Lucky Khera
1 – Hibbert, David Brooks

AM Class Wins

11 – Crees
7 – White
4 – Minshaw
1 – Brooks

AM Class Podiums

19 – Crees
16 – Minshaw, White
6 – Taylor
5 – Frost
3 – Brooks, Khera
1 – Nick Zapolski

Pole Positions

4 – Ladell
2 – King
1 – Roche, Fender

Top Three Qualifying Results

6 – Ladell, King, Fender
3 – Boardley
2 – Roche
1 – Gordon-Colebrooke

Top Six Qualifying Results

8 – Ladell, Boardley, King, Fender
6 – Roche, Gordon-Colebrooke
2 – Shepherd
1 – Hibbert, Constable

Qualifying Average

2.38 – Ladell
3.00 – King, Fender
3.75 – Boardley
4.63 – Roche
5.63 – Gordon-Colebrooke
7.60 – Shepherd
8.63 – Constable
10.50 – Somerfield
11.25 – Shield

AM Pole Positions

6 – Crees
2 – Minshaw

AM Qualifying Average

1.25 – Crees
1.88 – Minshaw
3.75 – White
5.13 – Brooks
5.25 – Taylor
5.50 – Frost
6.63 – Khera

Races Led

13 – Ladell
7 – King
6 – Boardley
5 – Roche
1 – Somerfield, Shepherd

Laps Led

162 – Ladell
86 – King
72 – Boardley
30 – Roche
7 – Shepherd
2 – Somerfield

Miles Led

296.86 – Ladell
143.38 – King
109.10 – Boardley
62.39 – Roche
17.03 – Shepherd
4.13 – Somerfield

Pro Class Fastest Laps

6 – Ladell
5 – Roche
4 – Boardley
3 – King
2 – Fender, Constable
1 – Shepherd

AM Class Fastest Laps

14 – Crees
5 – Minshaw
3 – White
1 – Brooks

Places Gained From Grid Position

627 – Total
86 – White
77 – Crees
55 – Khera
52 – Frost
47 – Minshaw
43 – Taylor
34 – Shield
32 – Roche
29 – Boardley, Constable
27 – Somerfield
24 – Brooks
22 – Ladell
16 – Fender
13 – King
10 – Shepherd
9 – Giles Dawson
8 – Gordon-Colebrooke
7 – Higgins
4 – Grahame Tilley
3 – Nick Zapolski
0 – Hibbert, Chadwick, Angus Dudley

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