Xentek Motorsport currently lead the 2019 Ginetta GT5 challenge team championship whilst one of their drivers, Scott McKenna, leads the overall Championship.
Lewis Ryder is confirmed to make his Ginetta GT5 Challenge debut in the coming 2019 season as a privateer entrant.
Simon Khera to join Declan Jones Racing for 2019 in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge.
Daniel Budd to enter as a privateer in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge 2019.
Munch set to race his second season in the Ginetta GT5 challenge with Fox Motorsport.
Katie Milner to race for Team Merlin International in her third Ginetta GT5 Challenge.
Race Car Consultants to Run returning Josh Hislop and series debuants David Ellesey and Abbi Pulling in the 2019 Ginetta Gt5 Challenge.
Danny Harrison and Antony Weeks join Josh Steed at Mutation Motorsport for 2019 season.
Scott McKenna will make his return to the Ginetta GT5 Challenge alongside Saarelainen and Bowers at Xentek.
want2race are launching a 24 Hour race for Ginetta G40 cars to take place in March 2019.
James Kellett took the GT5 Challenge title at Donington Park, as teammate Max Bird picked up two wins to end the year.
Experienced British GT and Ginetta GT4 Supercup racer Declan Jones will race for W2R Motorsport in the Ginetta GT5 Challenge at Knockhill this weekend.