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In race one 2 Seas Motorsport’s Jack Mitchell and Jordan Witt became the seventh different winners in as many Intelligent Money British GT3 races this season at soggy Snetterton this morning, while TF Sport’s Jamie Caroline and Dan Vaughan now lead the GT4 championship on their own after scoring a first class win of the year. A race that began behind the Safety Car also witnessed a remarkable stint from Sandy Mitchell who took second from Optimum’s McLaren – shared by Ollie Wilkinson and Lewis Proctor – on the line.

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Sam De Haan and Patrick Kujala recovered from a spin on the opening lap to claim RAM Racing’s first Intelligent Money British GT Championship victory of the season at Donington Park earlier today. Meanwhile, HHC Motorsport duo Jordan Collard and Patrik Matthiesen got their GT4 title bid back on track with a composed GT4 win. Barwell’s brave strategic call helped Adam Balon and Phil Keen finish second overall and ahead of Jenson Team Rocket RJN’s James Baldwin and Michael O’Brien on a day when erstwhile GT3 championship leaders Sandy Mitchell and Rob Collard were compromised by a slow puncture and 20s Success Penalty.

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– Models from the Sports and Super Series will be used to manage on-track safety and coordinate a record 38-car entry
– McLaren 720S GT3 to make UK competition debut with Factory Driver Rob Bell and customer team Balfe Motorsport
– Five examples of the 570S GT4 to challenge for honours in the GT4 category against one of the most competitive grids in British GT history Read More »

– Three new names join the stable of McLaren Automotive Factory Drivers: Michael Cooper, Álvaro Parente, and Kuno Wittmer
– Martin Kodrić and Fran Rueda join Charlie Fagg and Michael O’Brien in newly established McLaren Young Professional category to the driver programmes
– McLaren Automotive Driver Development Programme confirmed to run with GT4 customer team Tolman Motorsport in 2019 British GT championship
– Drivers completed an intensive training camp at the Motor & Sport Institute in Madrid, Spain, to analyse and evaluate key performance areas Read More »

– McLaren 720S GT3 to make UK competitive debut with entry into British GT championship with multiple-championship winning customer team
– McLaren Automotive Factory Driver Rob Bell continues with Balfe Motorsport for a third consecutive season; confirmed as part of Pro-Am line-up
– Announcement marks the sixth McLaren on the British GT grid, and confirms McLaren Customer Racing to challenge for GT3 and GT4 honours

The McLaren 720S GT3 will make its UK competitive debut with Balfe Motorsport, as the multiple championship-winning customer team confirms a return to the British GT Championship in the GT3 class for 2019. Read More »

The McLaren 570S GT4 scored a memorable 1-2-3 finish in the two-hour British GT Championship season finale at Donington Park, with customer teams Equipe Verschuur and Tolman Motorsport finishing with cars on the podium.

For the final qualifying of the 2018 season, the 570S GT4 showed strong pace, with three examples in the top five grid slots. The Equipe Verschuur driving duo of Finlay Hutchison and Daniel McKay proved the quickest McLaren over the one lap sprint, lining up second on the grid. Read More »

– V12 Vantage GT3 bows out of British GT with multiple championship titles
– Flick Haigh first woman to win the British GT Championship outright
– Jonny Adam secures third title and becomes series’ most successful driver
– TF Sport clinches Team’s Championship crown with second position

Aston Martin drivers Flick Haigh and Jonny Adam clinched the 2018 British GT Championship title at Donington Park in a historic day for the sport. Read More »

Twenty-one year-old McLaren Automotive Factory Driver Ben Barnicoat got off to a perfect start in the opening British GT Championship weekend at Oulton Park, winning the first race of the season in the 570S GT4 of customer team track-club, in turn scoring the track-only Sports Series model its first victory of 2018 in global competition. Read More »

– Aston Martin name joins Formula 1TM entry list for the first time in 59 years
– New Vantage GTE to debut in FIA WEC at Prologue in April
– Ambitious racing programme signals bold future for Aston Martin
– Aston Martin Racing will return to the Nürburgring 24 Hours in 2018

This weekend’s 2018 Rolex Australian Grand Prix marks the beginning of Aston Martin’s most ambitious global motorsport programme in more than half a century. For the first time since 1959, the Aston Martin name will appear in both the Formula 1TM and Le Mans 24 Hours entry lists as the British manufacturer takes a vital step in the structured growth of its comprehensive motorsport vision. Read More »

Adding to the list of race wins and podiums already secured in the first year racing with customer teams around the world, the McLaren 570S GT4 has now achieved multiple championship success over the past two weekends. Customer teams contesting the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) GTS series, GT4 European Series Northern Cup, Swedish GT Championship and the British GT Championship have taken debut titles for the McLaren Sports Series model.

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