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2017 British GT Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 British GT Championship
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Support series:
BRDC British Formula 3

The 2017 British GT Championship was the 25th British GT Championship, a sports car championship promoted by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO). The season began on 15 April at Oulton Park and finished on 24 September at Donington Park, after ten rounds held over seven meetings.[1]

Calendar

The calendar for the 2017 season was announced on 7 September 2016.[2] The Spa round, originally planned as a 120-minute race, was modified to feature a pair of 60-minute races.[3] All races except Belgian round at Spa, were held in the United Kingdom.

Round Circuit Length Date
1 Oulton Park, Cheshire 60 min 17 April
2 60 min
3 Rockingham Motor Speedway, Northamptonshire 120 min 30 April
4 Snetterton Circuit, Norfolk 60 min 28 May
5 60 min
6 Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire 180 min 11 June
7 Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa, Belgium 60 min 8 July
8 60 min
9 Brands Hatch, Kent 120 min 6 August
10 Donington Park, Leicestershire 120 min 24 September

Entry list

GT3

Team Car Engine No. Drivers Class Rounds
United Kingdom JRM Racing Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 Nissan VR38DETT 3.8L Turbo V6 08 United Kingdom Charlie Fagg[4] S 10
United Kingdom Ben Green[4]
United Kingdom TF Sport Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 Aston Martin 6.0L V12 1 United Kingdom Jonathan Adam[5] PA All
United Kingdom Derek Johnston[5]
11 United Kingdom Jon Barnes[5] PA All
United Kingdom Mark Farmer[5]
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Lamborghini 5.2L V10 6 United Kingdom Liam Griffin[6] PA All
United Kingdom Sam Tordoff[6]
33 United Kingdom Phil Keen[7] PA All
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw[7]
77 Switzerland Adrian Amstutz[8] PA 7–8
Finland Patrick Kujala[8]
United Kingdom Team Parker Racing Bentley Continental GT3 Bentley 4.0L Turbo V8 7 United Kingdom Ian Loggie[9] PA All
United Kingdom Callum MacLeod[9]
31 United Kingdom Seb Morris[10] PA All
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.[10]
Belgium Team WRT Audi R8 LMS Audi 5.2L V10 17 France Alain Ferté[11] PA 7–8
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard[11]
United Kingdom Century Motorsport Ginetta G55 GT3 Chevrolet LS3 6.2L V8 19 United Kingdom Charlie Robertson[12] S 1–3, 6
United States Parker Chase[12] 1–3
Norway Aleksander Schjerpen[13] 6
United Kingdom Tom Hibbert[14] 9
United Kingdom Ben Tuck[14]
69 United Kingdom Nathan Freke[15] S 1–3, 10
United States Harry Gottsacker[15] 1–3
United Kingdom Ben Tuck[16] 10
Switzerland Spirit of Race Ferrari 488 GT3 Ferrari 3.9L Turbo V8 21 United Kingdom Duncan Cameron[17] PA 1–9
Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin[17]
United Kingdom Macmillan AMR Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 Aston Martin 6.0L V12 24 United Kingdom James Littlejohn[18] S 1–9
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell[19]
United Kingdom Mike Brown Racing Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 Aston Martin 6.0L V12 26 United Kingdom Mike Brown[20] PA 9
United Kingdom Matt Manderson[20]
United Kingdom AmDtuning.com Mercedes-AMG GT3 Mercedes 6.2 L V8 30 United Kingdom Lee Mowle[21] PA 1–8
United Kingdom Ryan Ratcliffe[21]
Thailand Singha Plan-B Motorsport with Kessel Racing Ferrari 488 GT3 Ferrari 3.9L Turbo V8 39 Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[8] PA 7–8
Netherlands Carlo van Dam[8]
Germany Kornely Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 Mercedes 6.2 L V8 70 Germany Patrick Assenheimer[22] S 7–8
Germany Kenneth Heyer[22]
United Kingdom Team ABBA with Rollcentre Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 Mercedes 6.2 L V8 88 United Kingdom Richard Neary[23] PA All
United Kingdom Martin Short[23] 1–6
United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou[24] 6–10
Icon Class
PA Pro-Am Cup
S Silver Cup

GT4

Team Car Engine No. Drivers Class Rounds
United Kingdom In2Racing McLaren 570S GT4 McLaren 3.8L Turbo V8 14 United Kingdom Gareth Howell[25] PA 1–3
United Kingdom Richard Marsh[25]
Belgium Jacques Duyver[26] 7–8
United Kingdom Charlie Hollings[27]
United Kingdom Will Goff[28] 9
United Kingdom Daniel McKay[28]
United Kingdom Matthew Graham[29] S 10
United Kingdom William Phillips[29]
29 United Kingdom Marcus Hoggarth[30] PA All
United Kingdom Matthew Graham[31] 1–3, 6
United Kingdom Euan McKay[32] 4–5
Finland Jesse Anttila[26] 7–10
United Kingdom Autoaid/RCIB Insurance Racing Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 36 United Kingdom Michael Caine[33] PA 1–2
United Kingdom Mike Newbould[33]
United Kingdom Simon Rudd[34] S 3
United Kingdom Jordan Stilp[34]
United Kingdom Michael Caine[35] 4–5
United Kingdom Jake Giddings[35] 4–5, 10
United Kingdom Adam Hatfield[36] 7–9
United Kingdom Benjamin Wallace[36]
United Kingdom Abbie Eaton[37] 10
63 United Kingdom Matt Chapman[38] S 1–9
United Kingdom Sam Webster[39] 1–6
United Kingdom Jake Giddings[36] 7–8
United Kingdom Chris Milford[28] 9–10
United Kingdom Adam Hatfield[36] 10
United Kingdom Macmillan AMR Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 Aston Martin 4.7L V8 42 Denmark Jan Jønck[40] S 1–9
United Kingdom William Phillips[41]
United Kingdom Century Motorsport Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 43 United Kingdom Steve Fresle[42] PA 1–8
Denmark Jacob Mathiassen[42]
S 9–10
Republic of Ireland Niall Murray[14]
111 United Kingdom Anna Walewska[42] PA All
United Kingdom Mike Simpson[42] 1–2, 6–10
United Kingdom George Gamble[43] 3
United Kingdom Nathan Freke[32] 4–5
United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport[N 1]
PMW Expo Racing / Optimum Motorsport[N 1]
Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 46 United Kingdom Adrian Barwick[44] PA 6
United Kingdom Bradley Ellis[44]
501 United Kingdom Graham Johnson[45] PA 1–5
United Kingdom Mike Robinson[45]
McLaren 570S GT4 McLaren 3.8L Turbo V8 United Kingdom Graham Johnson[46] 6–10
United Kingdom Mike Robinson[46]
United Kingdom Lanan Racing Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 51 United Kingdom David Pittard[47] S All
United Kingdom Alex Reed[47]
United Kingdom UltraTek Racing / Team RJN Nissan 370Z GT4 Nissan 3.7L V6 53 United Kingdom Martin Plowman[48] PA All
United Kingdom Richard Taffinder[48]
54 United Kingdom Tim Eakin[48] PA All
United Kingdom Kelvin Fletcher[48]
United Kingdom Struan Moore[49] 6
United Kingdom HHC Motorsport Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 55 United Kingdom Stuart Middleton[30] S All
United Kingdom William Tregurtha[30]
United Kingdom Tolman Motorsport McLaren 570S GT4 McLaren 3.8L Turbo V8 56 United Kingdom Joe Osborne[50] PA All
United Kingdom David Pattison[50]
United Kingdom Black Bull Garage 59 McLaren 570S GT4 McLaren 3.8L Turbo V8 59 United Kingdom Dean MacDonald[51] S All
India Akhil Rabindra[51]
100 United Kingdom Sandy Mitchell[51] S 1–9
United Kingdom Ciaran Haggerty[51] 1–9
United Kingdom Andrew Watson[29] 10
United Kingdom Ebor GT Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4 Maserati 4.7L V8 60 United Kingdom Charlie Fagg[52] S 7–8
United Kingdom Matthew Graham[52]
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 Aston Martin 4.7L V8 62 United Kingdom Will Moore[53] S All
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones[53]
United Kingdom Team Parker Racing Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR Porsche 3.8L flat-6 66 United Kingdom Nick Jones[54] PA All
United Kingdom Scott Malvern[54]
United Kingdom Track-Club McLaren 570S GT4 McLaren 3.8L Turbo V8 72 United Kingdom Adam Balon[55] PA All
United Kingdom Adam Mackay[55]
United Kingdom GPRM Toyota GT86 Toyota 2.0L Flat-4 86 United Kingdom Stefan Hodgetts[56] Inv 6, 9–10
United Kingdom James Fletcher[56] 6
United Kingdom Richard Williams 9–10
United Kingdom Rob Boston Racing Ginetta G55 GT4 Ford Cyclone 3.7L V6 89 United Kingdom Jason Baker[28] PA 9
United Kingdom Adam Gore[28]
United Kingdom Stratton Motorsport Lotus Evora GT4 Lotus 4.0L V6 99 United Kingdom Stuart Hall[56] Inv 6
United Kingdom Gavan Kershaw[56]
Icon Class
PA Pro-Am Cup
S Silver Cup
Inv Invitational
Footnotes
  1. ^ a b Car No. 46 entered as Optimum Motorsport and car No. 501 entered as PMW Expo Racing / Optimum Motorsport.

Race results

Bold indicates overall winner for each car class (GT3 and GT4).

Event Circuit GT3 GT4
Pole Position Pro-Am Winners Silver Winners Pole Position Pro-Am Winners Silver Winners
1 Oulton Park No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 69 Century Motorsport No. 100 Black Bull Garage 59 No. 72 Track-Club No. 55 HHC Motorsport
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom Nathan Freke
United States Harry Gottsacker
United Kingdom Ciaran Haggerty
United Kingdom Sandy Mitchell
United Kingdom Adam Balon
United Kingdom Adam Mackay
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
2 No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 111 Century Motorsport No. 29 In2Racing No. 51 Lanan Racing
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Mike Simpson
United Kingdom Anna Walewska
United Kingdom Matthew Graham
United Kingdom Marcus Hoggarth
United Kingdom David Pittard
United Kingdom Alex Reed
3 Rockingham No. 1 TF Sport No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 55 HHC Motorsport No. 501 PMW Expo Racing / Optimum Motorsport No. 55 HHC Motorsport
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
United Kingdom Derek Johnston
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
United Kingdom Graham Johnson
United Kingdom Mike Robinson
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
4 Snetterton No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 51 Lanan Racing No. 72 Track-Club No. 55 HHC Motorsport
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom David Pittard
United Kingdom Alex Reed
United Kingdom Adam Balon
United Kingdom Adam Mackay
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
5 No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 1 TF Sport No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 56 Tolman Motorsport No. 56 Tolman Motorsport No. 100 Black Bull Garage 59
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
United Kingdom Derek Johnston
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Joe Osborne
United Kingdom David Pattison
United Kingdom Joe Osborne
United Kingdom David Pattison
United Kingdom Ciaran Haggerty
United Kingdom Sandy Mitchell
6 Silverstone No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 55 HHC Motorsport No. 62 Academy Motorsport No. 72 Track-Club
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
United Kingdom Will Moore
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
United Kingdom Adam Balon
United Kingdom Adam Mackay
7 Spa-Francorchamps No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 55 HHC Motorsport UltraTek Racing / Team RJN No. 60 Ebor GT
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton
United Kingdom Martin Plowman
United Kingdom Richard Taffinder
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg
United Kingdom Matthew Graham
8 No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 7 Team Parker Racing No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 56 Tolman Motorsport No. 56 Tolman Motorsport No. 60 Ebor GT
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom Ian Loggie
United Kingdom Callum MacLeod
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Joe Osborne
United Kingdom David Pattison
United Kingdom Joe Osborne
United Kingdom David Pattison
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg
United Kingdom Matthew Graham
9 Brands Hatch No. 33 Barwell Motorsport No. 31 Team Parker Racing No. 24 Macmillan AMR No. 62 Academy Motorsport No. 56 Tolman Motorsport No. 42 Macmillan AMR
United Kingdom Phil Keen
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
United Kingdom Jack Mitchell
United Kingdom Will Moore
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
United Kingdom Joe Osborne
United Kingdom David Pattison
Denmark Jan Jønck
United Kingdom William Phillips
10 Donington Park No. 11 TF Sport No. 1 TF Sport No. 08 JRM Racing No. 62 Academy Motorsport No. 501 PMW Expo Racing / Optimum Motorsport No. 55 HHC Motorsport
United Kingdom Jon Barnes
United Kingdom Mark Farmer
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
United Kingdom Derek Johnston
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg
United Kingdom Ben Green
United Kingdom Will Moore
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
United Kingdom Graham Johnson
United Kingdom Mike Robinson
United Kingdom William Tregurtha
United Kingdom Stuart Middleton

Championship standings

Points system

Points are awarded as follows:

Length 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
60 mins 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
60+ mins 37.5 27 22.5 18 15 12 9 6 3 1.5

Drivers' championships

GT3

Pos Driver OUL ROC SNE SIL SPA BRH DON Points
1 United Kingdom Seb Morris 4 5 1 7 4 1 5 7 1 3 191
United Kingdom Rick Parfitt, Jr.
2 United Kingdom Phil Keen 1 1 4 1 6 4 1 9 5 DSQ 161
United Kingdom Jon Minshaw
3 United Kingdom Jonathan Adam 3 2 8 5 1 9 9 6 4 1 142.5
United Kingdom Derek Johnston
4 United Kingdom Sam Tordoff 2 Ret 5 2 2 6 8 Ret 2 4 130
United Kingdom Liam Griffin
5 United Kingdom Mark Farmer 5 3 7 10 3 7 6 4 3 2 128.5
United Kingdom Jon Barnes
6 United Kingdom Jack Mitchell Ret 6 3 3 5 2 10 3 10 100
United Kingdom James Littlejohn
7 Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin 6 4 2 6 7 3 DNS DNS 7 92.5
United Kingdom Duncan Cameron
8 United Kingdom Callum MacLeod 7 DSQ 9 9 Ret 11 4 1 8 6 66
United Kingdom Ian Loggie
9 United Kingdom Richard Neary 9 9 10 8 9 5 7 Ret 6 7 53.5
10 United Kingdom Ryan Ratcliffe 10 7 6 4 8 8 11 10 42
United Kingdom Lee Mowle
11 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou 5 7 Ret 6 7 42
12 United Kingdom Stuart Leonard 2 2 36
France Alain Ferte
13 United Kingdom Martin Short 9 9 10 8 9 5 26.5
14 Netherlands Carlo van Dam 3 8 19
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
15 United Kingdom Charlie Fagg 5 15
United Kingdom Ben Green
16 United Kingdom Kenneth Heyer 12 5 10
Germany Patrick Assenheimer
17 United Kingdom Nathan Freke 8 8 11 Ret 8
18 United States Harry Gottsacker 8 8 11 8
19 United Kingdom Mike Brown 9 3
United Kingdom Matt Manderson
20 Norway Aleksander Schjerpen 10 1.5
21 United Kingdom Charlie Robertson Ret DNS 12 10 1.5
22 United States Parker Chase Ret DNS 12 0
23 Finland Patrick Kujala 13 Ret 0
Switzerland Adrian Amstutz
24 United Kingdom Ben Tuck DNS Ret 0
25 United Kingdom Tom Hibbert DNS 0
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

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