Motorsport

Two-time Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup runner-up Will Burns is “delighted” to return to action in his quest to make it third time lucky as he mounts a title challenge in the British Touring Car Championship support series with Rob Boston Racing.

Ryan Cullen says he can’t wait to get behnd the wheel on his return to DragonSpeed ahead of the 2020 ACO European Le Mans Series.

Will Burns took the 2019 Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup title fight down to the final race of the year as he was crowned series vice-champion for the second time in his career after a tense season finale weekend at Brands Hatch.

Winscombe’s James Dodd picked up victory in the 2019 International Motor Bike Association for Amateurs Open Class Championship to go with his AMCA (Amateur Motor Cycle Association) Superclass title

Will Burns heads into the 2019 Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup season finale only seven points off the championship lead after securing a crucial pair of podium finishes during the penultimate meeting of the year at Silverstone.

A popular motorsports event has been cancelled after its venue said it would no longer host it.

It’s been a “good weekend” says Will Burns after picking up three podiums and extending his 2019 Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup with a 28 point championship Knockhill as he heads into the final two meetings of the season.

It’s race weekend at Silverstone, the home of British Motor Sport and Ryan Cullen is set to compete for United Autosports in the European Le Mans in their fourth race of the season.

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