Ben Tuck and Ben Green’s Century Motorsport BMW prevailed in a damp GT4 qualifying session at Donington Park earlier this afternoon.
This weekend sees the British GT Championship returns to Donington Park for what is shaping up to be a belter of a season finale. With five different GT4 crews all vying for the championship, we take a look ahead to the weekend’s action.
UltraTech Racing Team RJN claim their maiden podium in the British GT Championship at the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit
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.
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.
Equipe Verschuur has snatched the GT4 pole position at Silverstone following a day of firsts at the venerable British circuit.
Jetstream Motorsport’s Maxime Martin has topped British GT’s second free practice session at Silverstone this afternoon, while Matt George ensured that Aston Martin was also quickest in the GT4 class.
The fresh tarmac at Silverstone was always going to bring faster lap times, and so it was no surprise when Nicki Thiim and Scott Malvern both broke British GT lap records this morning.
In the second part of our Silverstone 500 preview, we take a look at the teams racing in the ultra-competitive GT4 category this weekend.
Nick Smith previews the third round of the 2018 British GT Championship from Rockingham Motor Speedway.
Adverse weather forced the abandonment of the second and final British GT race of the weekend at a rain-soaked Oulton Park.
Equipe Verschuur have been stripped of their GT4 pole positions ahead of the opening rounds of the 2018 British GT Championship at Oulton Park on Monday.
Flick Haigh became the first woman to claim an overall pole in British GT history, while Barwell Motorsport’s Phil Keen clinched top spot for race two.
From IndyCar to FIA WEC, some of the most successful alumni from the Formula Renault BARC have impressively rose up the motorsport ranks.