United Autosports is eager to continue its winning trend in the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup with the latest two races at Rockingham. UA lead the Team’s division with Carl Breeze and Luke Davenport placed second and sixth in the Driver’s standings.
Breeze and Davenport won two and one race respectively last time out at Knockhill bringing their extraordinary tally of top-six placings to 29 for the opening 20 races.
#2 Blue Chip – Ginetta G55
Carl Breeze (GB)
Age: 35. Born & Lives: King’s Lynn, England.
“I have enjoyed several wins at Rockingham and I’m confident, especially after the Knockhill races, that I can challenge again for more. The entire team is focused and hungry on achieving two more wins at Rockingham. My two wins and a second place meant that I closed in on series leader Charlie Robertson and my aim is to have reduced his lead still further by the time we leave Rockingham.”
#23 Duo / Henderson Insurance Brokers – Ginetta G55
Luke Davenport (GB)
Age: 21. Born: Cambridge, England. Lives: Little Gransden nr St. Neots & Oxford, England.
“Rockingham holds happy memories for me as it is there that I competed in my first ever car race in a Ginetta G20 at the end of the 2011 season. It is a varied circuit with a tight twisty infield contrasting with the ‘scary’ banked Turn One on the oval with a very large and ominous concrete wall surrounding it!
“I expect our car to be very competitive in the slow speed corners, as that is certainly a strength in our set-up. As I gain experience, my understanding of the car improves too so I hope I can follow up my performance at the end of the recent Knockhill weekend with some top end results.”
Richard Dean, Team Owner and Managing Director, United Autosports:
“After a perfect weekend for the team at Knockhill, we are hoping to keep the momentum going into Rockingham and score some more podiums and wins. Our main aim now is to get both drivers scoring as many points as possible and get Carl closer to the championship title and Luke further up the Driver’s championship table too.”