- Breeze & Davenport aim to return to winning ways in Ginetta series
United Autosports’ Carl Breeze and Luke Davenport look to bounce back to winning ways in the penultimate Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup races of the season at Silverstone.
Having won two of the three races at Knockhill, Carl and Luke were disappointed to come away from the last rounds at Rockingham with one podium finish between them.
#2 Blue Chip – Ginetta G55
Carl Breeze (GB)
Age: 35. Born & Lives: King’s Lynn, England.
“Silverstone has always been a successful circuit for me and with only two more race weekends to go in the championship, I need strong results at the weekend to close in on the series leader.
“With just five races left, it’s crunch time and it’s imperative the team and I work hard to produce the fastest car for the Silverstone races if we are to have any hope in snatching the title. We have a test planned later this week that will be crucial in achieving a good set-up for Silverstone and allowing us to accomplish our goal. I have been in this position before  when I won the title so there is no pressure on me. All we have to do is strive to do our best.”
#23 Duo / Henderson Insurance Brokers – Ginetta G55
Luke Davenport (GB)
Age: 21. Born: Cambridge, England. Lives: Little Gransden nr St. Neots & Oxford, England.
“Silverstone is always a special circuit to compete on as the home of British motorsport. I have never raced on the National circuit but I expect things to be very close, particularly in qualifying, due to the short length of the lap. Rockingham proved a difficult weekend for me so I hope to bounce back and aim for my third victory of the year.”
Richard Dean, Team Owner and Managing Director, United Autosports:
“We are hoping to have a good weekend with the Ginettas at Silverstone. Rockingham was a tough weekend for us but we are confident we can get back to our winning ways. Carl is still very much in the fight for the Driver’s title so we need good results from him to solidify that challenge. Luke is also capable of winning more races so that will be what we are aiming for.”