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Ginetta GT5 Challenge

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Ginetta GT5 Challenge
Ginetta GT5 Challenge Logo.jpg
CategoryOne-make racing series by Ginetta
CountryUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Inaugural season1996
ClassesGinetta G40
Ginetta G20
ConstructorsUnited KingdomGinetta Cars
Engine suppliersFord
Tyre suppliersMichelin
Drivers' championUnited Kingdom Oliver Basey-Fisher
Teams' championUnited Kingdom Academy Motorsport
Official websiteginetta.com

The Ginetta GT5 Challenge, currently known as the Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge for sponsorship reasons (It has also been previously known as the Ginetta 20 Challenge) is a one-make racing series based in the United Kingdom. The series uses the Ginetta G40 and Ginetta G20 race cars and thus has a two class system. The cars use a sealed Ford Zetec 1.8-litre engine and tubular steel chassis, full integral FIA approved roll cage and fibre- glass shell which ensures safe, controlled racing.

Supporting the British Formula Three Championship and British GT Championship the series offers a low-cost opportunity to race in a single-make racing championship, with exposure to top racing teams and is an avenue into top level racing. Highlights from every round will usually be shown on Motors TV.

Racing car

The championship caters for both the Ginetta G40 and Ginetta G20 race cars, both of which run in the same race.

2012 Championship

The 2012 Total Quartz Ginetta GT5 Challenge rounds take place on the UK’s high-profile circuits, which include Brands Hatch Grand Prix, Donington Park, Oulton Park, Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit, Rockingham Motor Speedway, Silverstone Circuit and Cadwell Park. All weekends are triple headers, thus providing 21 races throughout the season, with all races counting towards the final championship positions. The winner of the 2012 Total Quartz Ginetta GT5 Challenge will receive the use of a Ginetta G50 for the 2013 Ginetta GT Supercup, whilst second overall in the Championship can look forwards to free entry into the 2013 Ginetta GT5 Challenge with the third-placed finisher being awarded half price entry into the 2013 Ginetta GT5 Challenge.

Champions

Ginetta G20 Challenge
Season Champion
2002 United Kingdom Andy Cork
2003 United Kingdom Gavin Mitchell
2004 United Kingdom Stewart Linn
2005 United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
2006 United Kingdom Stewart Linn
2007 United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
2008 United Kingdom Spencer McCarthy
2009 United Kingdom Mark Davies
2010 United Kingdom George Murrells
2011 United Kingdom Stuart Pearson Ginetta GT5 Challenge
Season G40 Champion G20 Champion Team Champions
2011 United Kingdom Mark Davies United Kingdom Stuart Pearson United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport
2012 United Kingdom Sean Huyton United Kingdom Matthew Flowers United Kingdom Academy Motorsport
2013 United Kingdom Oliver Basey-Fisher United Kingdom Stuart Pearson United Kingdom Academy Motorsport
2014 United Kingdom George Gamble United Kingdom Stuart Pearson United Kingdom Total Control Racing
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
2021


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