• View article: David Pattison’s Diary of a Gentleman Racing Driver: Brands Hatch 24 August 2017

    David Pattison’s Diary of a Gentleman Racing Driver: Brands Hatch

    On Wednesday morning before the British GT Brands Hatch weekend, I was in a car park at Silverstone throwing a Caterham around. Learning to control the car on the throttle when sliding and drifting, how to pivot the car - again on the throttle, around roundabouts made of bollards. It’s the second time I have done it and it’s a lot of fun. I was there with my Pro driver and coach, Joe, who was teaching a 15-year-old Ginetta Junior driver to do the same thing in the afternoon.

  • View article: Sunoco Challenge: Middleton and Tregurtha inherit first and second 15 August 2017

    Sunoco Challenge: Middleton and Tregurtha inherit first and second

    HHC Motorsport’s co-drivers and British GT4 championship leaders Stuart Middleton and Will Tregurtha moved to the top of the Sunoco Whelen Challenge standings for the first time this season last weekend after long-time pace-setter Colin Noble Jnr dropped points during his penultimate LMP3 Cup outing.

  • View article: Minshaw/Keen and Moore/Nicoll-Jones overcome the elements to claim Brands Hatch poles 5 August 2017

    Minshaw/Keen and Moore/Nicoll-Jones overcome the elements to claim Brands Hatch poles

    Barwell Motorsport’s Jon Minshaw and Phil Keen mastered wet conditions at Brands Hatch earlier today to claim pole position for tomorrow’s penultimate round of this season’s British GT Championship. Elsewhere, Academy Motorsport’s decision to switch to slick tyres on a drying track helped Will Moore and Matt Nicoll-Jones secure top spot in a fiercely contested GT4 qualifying session.