Optimum Motorsport head to Donington Park for the final showdown of the 2018 British GT Championship. With one hand on the season trophy, Flick Haigh and Jonny Adam will be looking to win the GT3 title this weekend.
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.
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.
Century Motorsport’s duo of Dean Macdonald and Jack Mitchell triumphed in GT4. A perfectly timed pitstop just as the Safety Car was deployed handed Dean Macdonald and Jack Mitchell a lead they would maintain from Tolman Motorsport’s McLaren of Michael O’Brien and Charlie Fagg. The podium was completed by Equipe Verschuur’s Finlay Hutchison and Daniel McKay.
A frenetic British GT GT4 qualifying session at Spa today saw the pole position awarded to the #4 Tolman McLaren 570S and its crew of Michael O’Brien and Charlie Fagg.
In a rain affected weekend, Graham Davidson and Maxime Martin picked up a five points over two races at Oulton Park
Balfe Motorsport bring their McLaren 650S GT3 and PMW Expo Racing’s McLaren 570S GT4 to the 2018 British GT Championship as they look to storm both classes.
The Wakefield based team and 2016 GT4 champions Graham Johnson and Mike Robinson will split ahead of the 2018 season.
In the BRDC British F3 Championship, Kush Maini, younger brother of Arjun, will join the Lanan Racing team for the 2018 season.
Karting driver Joshua Mason has announced that he will join the Lanan Racing team for 2018, becoming the first BRDC F3 driver announced.
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Another typically enthralling British GT campaign in 2017 led to Rick Parfitt Jr. and Seb Morris’ title triumph, enough to earn both Team Parker Racing and Bentley their maiden series crown.
Rick Parfitt Jr and Seb Morris clinched the British GT title at the Donington Park season finale, whilst HHC Motorsport comfortably cruised to GT4 honours.
Optimum Motorsport team principal Shaun Goff is confident in the speed of the #501 McLaren 570S of Graham Johnson and Mike Robinson heading into the penultimate round of the campaign at Brands Hatch.
Tolman Motorsport’s David Pattison and Joe Osborne will be looking to pile the pressure on the Optimum Motorsport McLaren 570S of Graham Johnson and Mike Robinson in the GT4 Pro/Am title fight heading into the penultimate round at Brands Hatch.
Pole positions for the British GT double-header at Snetterton were won by Macmillan AMR and Barwell Motorsport for GT3, whilst Lanan Racing and Tolman Motorsport bagged GT4 poles.