Breeze & Davenport Determined To Increase Team's Ginetta Series Lead

United Autosports’ Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup half -erm report makes for impressive reading: Nine top-three finishes, 20 top-six finishes or 24 top-10 finishes from 14 races. Two fastest race laps and just three non-finishes.

UA leads the Team’s championship with Carl Breeze and Luke Davenport placed fourth and sixth respectively.

#2 Blue Chip – Ginetta G55

Carl Breeze (GB)

Age: 35. Born & Lives: King’s Lynn, England.

“Having just returned from a holiday in the USA, I’m feeling refreshed for the second half of the season. With two wins last time out at Croft, I feel we now have the pace to challenge for wins at every circuit and what better way to try and continue that winning streak in my ‘home’ races at Snetterton.

“I will have strong home support from family and friends and that always gives me a little boost to deliver the results. I have won a race at this track for the last eight years and I want to keep that run going. I have every faith in the team that they will give me a really fast race car.”

#23 Duo / Henderson Insurance Brokers – Ginetta G55

Luke Davenport (GB)

Age: 21. Born: Cambridge, England. Lives: Little Gransden nr St. Neots & Oxford, England.

“I’m looking forward to competing at Snetterton after what seems like a long summer break. It is the closest circuit to our family business, Frimstone, and so I’ll have plenty of family and friends supporting me.

“Snetterton is really exciting to drive in the G55 with the mixture of heavy braking zones and fast flowing corners. Due to this diversity, it is always a difficult track to find a balanced set-up. But that should prove a good test for me while I’m certain the team will rise to the challenge.”

Richard Dean, Team Owner and Managing Director, United Autosports:

“Snetterton should be a good weekend for Carl and Luke. It’s Carl’s ‘home’ race so he will have strong backing from the crowd and hopefully he can continue his winning streak.

“Luke had a mixed weekend in the last races staged at Croft but hopefully we will see him on the podium again at Snetterton. We are leading the Team Championship so our aim for the weekend is good solid podiums from both drivers to cement our position at the top of the table.”