United Autosports leading GT4 championship after successful first round
- Bailey Voisin and Charlie Fagg aiming to repeat double win from Monza
- Gus Bowers and Dean Macdonald hoping for more points towards championship
United Autosports GT4 team are ready to defend their 15-point lead in the GT4 European Series Championship, during round two at Paul Ricard on 28-30 May.
After a successful return to GT racing for United Autosports, with a double podium and race win for both cars #23 and #32 in the first race of the season at Monza in April, and a second win in race two for car #23’s, Bailey Voisin and Charlie Fagg, the team are prepared and excited to get back on track.
Gus Bowers and Dean Macdonald, in car #32 will be looking to replicate their pole position achieved in round one at Monza, and hopefully place the #32 United Autosports McLaren 570S at the front 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.
“I’m looking forward to getting back out and racing at Paul Ricard. It looks like a fantastic track and after some great success in Italy I hope we can carry that forward.”
“I am really looking forward to Paul Ricard, a track I really enjoy and one that should hopefully suit our car. I am confident we can carry on the momentum from Monza and hopefully find ourselves on the top step come race day.”
“I am really looking forward to Paul Ricard due to the fact I haven’t raced there before. As long as we carry the moment and pace from the last round over to this one we should be in for some solid results.”
“I am excited for Paul Ricard and hope that we can carry on our success from Monza. It is an exciting track to drive and will hopefully make for a good race again, where myself and Gus can put some more strong points on the board for the championship.”
Charlie Kemp, GT4 Team Manager:
“We are looking forward to carrying on the success we had in the opening round of the series at Monza and we will work hard to defend our early championship lead. It is going to be a big challenge at Paul Ricard given the super competitive 47-car grid, but I know the drivers and the whole team will give it 100% to keep United Autosports at the front of the grid in France.”