2023 RACING SEASON
GINETTA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
The Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship is the UK’s longest running and most prestigious Junior series, offering the first step on the motorsport ladder for 14 to 17-year-old racing drivers as they compete on the support bill for the British GT Championship.
Launching the careers of countless talented drivers including current F1, FIA WEC and IndyCar stars, the immensely popular championship utilises the Ginetta G40 Junior car, a proven tool in the development of karting graduates and motorsport newcomers alike.
GINETTA GT CHAMPIONSHIP
The latest addition to Ginetta’s stable of one-make domestic championships, the new-for-2023 Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT Championship sits atop their racing ladder as a direct feeder series into GT4 racing.
The championship, which will debut on the British GT support package, will feature Ginetta G56 GTP cars; a new specification of the GT racer that upgrades the GTA version with improved performance, braking systems, grip and power.
GINETTA GT5 CHALLENGE
The Ginetta GT5 Challenge is a popular entry-level championship that combines accessible motorsport with packed grids and close one-make racing. Suitable for drivers of all ages and levels of experience, it’s particularly popular for aspiring GT racers.
Running as part of the Ginetta GT Championship grid for the first time in 2023 on the British GT Championship support package, the series utilises the G40 GT5 car; unleashing the G40’s full potential with maximum engine power, full-slick tyres and a sequential gearbox.
Xentek Motorsport have a hugely successful track record in the championship, securing the drivers’ championship on four occasions with Ollie Chadwick (2016), Scott McKenna (2019), Josh Steed (2021) and Mikey Doble (2022), plus two teams’ titles.
Oulton Park (International)
Donington Park GP
Brands Hatch GP
Silverstone GP and National
Donington Park GP
PORSCHE SPRINT CHALLENGE GB
Launched in 2020, the Porsche Sprint Challenge GB has quickly established itself as one of the top one-make GT championships in the UK. The series utilises the popular Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport car, with large grids featuring a two-class format for professional and amateur drivers.
A breeding ground for future GT racing stars, the championship will race exclusively alongside the British Touring Car Championship in 2023, bringing with it large trackside crowds and live ITV television coverage at each event.