Heat is on

Coming into the penultimate British GT round of the season at Brands Hatch, Rick Parfitt and Seb Morris knew what they had to: beat the number 33 Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán GT3 and the title fight would go on to the final race of the year. They didn’t just beat Barwell’s Jon Minshaw and Phil […]

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Anarchy in the Ardennes

A return to the two one-hour race format seemed to allow Barwell Motorsport the invitation to extend their already handy championship lead with the third double-header of the season. However, not all would be as it seemed as a general air of chaos fell on Spa-Francorchamps as the British GT Championship went on its annual […]

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500 ways to win a race

40, 50, 40, 50, that’s the strategy Team Parker Racing dominated the blue riband Silverstone 500 with as they went daring with their pit schedule and reaped the results – their second win of the year. At the start of the three-hour British GT showcase the team’s strategy – of only lightly fuelling the car […]

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In the heat of the moment

A couple more seconds and it might have all been different, a couple more seconds and Barwell Motorsport could have achieved their second double victory of the season, however, a short pitstop allowed reigning champions Derek Johnston and Jonny Adam to claim their first British GT victory since April 2016. The red and green Lamborghini […]

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Hours and inches

Three hours, 83 laps, 0.344 seconds. Those are the three key numbers to keep in mind as GRT Grasser Racing Team claimed their second Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup victory of the season after one of the best displays of defensive driving Silverstone Circuit has ever seen. The Lamborghini Huracán GT3, started by Mirko Bortolotti […]

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Roll with it

Quizical expressions. Shrugged shoulders. Muttered swearing. It’s fair to say that the first two-hour British GT race of the season at Rockingham caused some confusion in the media centre all stemming from a five second time penalty that allowed one car to break free and build a 30 second lead. With less than 30 of […]

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Starting again

Rain. Sun. Everything else besides. Racing for six hours at Silverstone in April is always one for the brave of heart, but everyone at the circuit noticed something else in the air as well – an air of optimism. Many people took a gloomy view of the prospects of the World Endurance Championship after Wolfgang […]

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