• United Autosports lead GT4 European Series Silver Class championship after two rounds
  • Bailey Voisin and Charlie Fagg lie second in Silver Class driver’s championship
  • Gus Bowers and Dean Macdonald looking for return to podium
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United Autosports GT4 team are preparing for round three of the GT4 European Series at Zandvoort this weekend and are looking forward to racing at another great circuit.

The team heads to Zandvoort as Silver Class championship leaders with 82 points after two rounds. They will be looking to secure some more points in races one and two on Sunday 20 June to extend their championship lead over their nearest rivals.

Bailey Voisin and Charlie Fagg achieved a third-place finish at Paul Ricard last time out after a brilliant drive that saw them moving up through the field after starting P15. Charlie is no stranger to this track, having won both races in the GT4 European Series back in 2017. The two drivers will therefore be aiming for the top step of the podium once again with the #23 McLaren 570S in Zandvoort in order to retain their championship lead.

After a difficult weekend at Paul Ricard for the #32 McLaren driven by Gus Bowers and Dean Macdonald, they will be looking to return to their form shown in the opening round at Monza by placing the #32 on the podium once again.

Live TV coverage will be available for Saturday’s qualifying and races one and two on Sunday, on the GT4 European Series website and YouTube.


Bailey Voisin

“I’m looking forward to be racing at Zandvoort. I’ve never been there however the layout looks amazing and I’m excited to be hitting the track on Thursday.”

Charlie Fagg

“I’m really excited to head to Zandvoort for round three of the championship. Hopefully we can have another strong couple of races. It’s a track that I love after taking my first pole position there in 2017.” 


Gus Bowers

“I am extremely excited for Zandvoort- having raced there once before it is easily one of my favourite circuits and so hopefully that will come with some good results.” 

Dean Macdonald

“I am really looking forward to Zandvoort and hoping that we can get some more points on the board for the championship. I think it will be a track that will be good for us and our pace should be strong. I haven’t raced there before but it will be a really good experience.”

GT Team Manager

Charlie Kemp

“Heading into the third round at Zandvoort, we are hoping to replicate our first weekend at Monza and place both cars on the podium again. With another strong entry list for this round, we know that we’re going to have to maximise our potential to hold onto our championship lead, which I know the team will work hard to achieve.”