The number #69 Barwell Motorsports Lamborghini Huracan claim their maiden podium finish at Brands Hatch
2018 British GT Championship – Brands Hatch GP
UltraTech Racing Team RJN claim their maiden podium in the British GT Championship at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit
Optimum Motorsport enjoyed a near-perfect weekend at Brand Hatch, taking pole and the win, to put themselves in the championship lead heading to Donington Park
Flick Haigh and Jonny Adam took the points lead in the British GT Championship following victory in the penultimate round at Brands Hatch earlier today.
Century Motorsport and BMW also maintained their form by locking out the GT4 class’ front row. Dean Macdonald and championship leader Jack Mitchell claimed pole by just 0.022s from team-mates Ben Green and Ben Tuck.
Jack Mitchell’s victory at Spa-Francorchamps leaves the Century Motorsport driver 16.5 clear of his nearest GT4 rivals as British GT heads to Brands Hatch for Round 6 this weekend. There is the possibility that the GT4 drivers’ title could be decided on Sunday.
British GT heads to the Kent countryside this weekend as it makes its annual trip to the venerable Brands Hatch circuit. John Minshaw and Phil Keen could win the GT3 drivers’ title if everything falls into place for them by the end of the weekend. In this preview, we take a look at the GT3 class and look ahead to what will be a thrilling race on Sunday.
Graham Johnson and teammate Mike Robinson, secured their first GT4 class win of the season at Brands Hatch today aboard the #501 Balfe Motorsport McLaren 570S.
Flick Haigh and Jonny Adam made it back-to-back British GT pole positions for Optimum Motorsport after beating Beechdean AMR’s Andrew Howard and Darren Turner by a combined 0.431s at Brands Hatch earlier today.
Darren Turner was unable to show the improvements made by Aston Martin at Spa but takes the positives heading to future rounds