The Intelligent Money British GT Championship heads to Snetterton this weekend (17-18 June), as the season reaches its midway point in Norfolk.
A pair of one-hour races on the main Sunday race day will be the main attraction of the event, with driver changes and refuelling all part of the battle.
British GT’s grid has reached new levels of pedigree in 2023, with multiple top-line ‘factory’ drivers joining the series alongside some of the best sports car contenders in the country.
Mercedes duo James Cottingham and Jonny Adam lead the standings at present, but it’s a slender gap to the similar machine of reigning champion Ian Loggie who has renowned GT driver Jules Gounon alongside him.
Loggie and Gounon are equal on points with the BMW M4 of Darren Leung and Dan Harper, with Aston Martin and Lamborghini also represented inside the top-six at as things stand.
A total of 35 monstrously powerful GT3 and GT4 machines are expected to feature on the entry list, with some stunning machinery going wheel to wheel, and a soundtrack to match it!
As well as the two British GT encounters, there’s single-seater thrills to look forward to courtesy of the GB3 and GB4 Championships.
GB3 heads to Snetterton fresh from a visit to Spa-Francorchamps, where reigning British F4 champion Alex Dunne claimed two wins as the title race got tighter. Just 18-points cover the top-three drivers in the standings, with Joseph Loake leading the way ahead of Callum Voisin.
In GB4, Tom Mills has marked himself out as a star of the future, having won five of the nine races so far. But Liam McNeilly and Cooper Webster are keeping him in check, while Colin Queen is edging closer to a first victory.
Further action next weekend will come from a three Ginetta Championships, with the ever popular Ginetta Junior Championship set for three races across the weekend, with the Ginetta GT Championship and Ginetta GT Academy completing the bill.
Main race day tickets are available in advance priced at £25 for adults, with savings for teenagers under-13 and free entry all weekend for children. For more information and to book, visit www.snetterton.co.uk.