Tim Harvey takes popular Ginetta win as Freke does double

A dramatic three races at Croft last weekend for the Michelin Ginetta GT Supercup saw three different winners including a popular win for the wildcarding Tim Harvey, while Carl Breeze took over the lead in the championship for the first time.

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Freke finally a winner in 2011 as Hodgetts stars on Ginetta debut

After a season starting with a horrific run of bad luck, Nathan Freke finally took his first win of the season at Oulton Park, while Stefan Hodgetts sensationally made a winning start to his first weekend in the championship.

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Breeze and Morgan take over at the Sharp end

Tom Sharp’s 100 per cent record of wins in Ginetta GT Supercup was finally broken last weekend at Thruxton, as Carl Breeze took two wins in three frenetic races to get his championship campaign back on track.

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Sharp sweeps again for six of the best

The Ginetta GT Supercup is already becoming a showcase affair for Tom Sharp as he dominated the weekend with another hat-trick of wins this time at Donington Park.

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Neal leads a Honda one-two at Donington

Its two poles from two for Matt Neal

Matt Neal continued from where he left off at Brands Hatch by claiming a second consecutive pole position as he led a Honda Racing one-two at Donington Park.

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Tom Sharp blows Breeze away to bag Ginetta hat-trick

The new Ginetta Supercup provided a great deal of entertainment and a fantastic weekend for G50 veteran Tom Sharp who won the third and final race at Brands to back up his two wins on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning respectively.

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Neal blitzes Brands qualifying

Neal broke the lap record as he beat Jordan and Plato to the pole

Matt Neal softened the blow of his Honda team-mate Gordon Shedden by storming to pole position for the opening BTCC round at Brands Hatch, breaking the lap record as he finished an alarming quarter of a second ahead of the field. Read the rest of this entry »