Brands Hatch 1st

Silverstone 11th

Donington Park NC

Spa-Francorchamps 2nd

Snetterton Race 1 7th

Snetterton Race 2 3rd

Oulton Park Race 1 4th

Oulton Park Race 2 1st



Leo Machitski and Dennis Lind had to win and hope other results went their way in order to win the title with a race to spare, a scenario complicated further by their seven-second Success Penalty. Instead, all five of the crews that arrived at Oulton with a realistic title chance now travel to Donington with their mathematical shot still in tact.

Barwell’s #63 crew remain in the box seat both in terms of points already accrued and Success Penalties elsewhere after three of their challengers – Michael Igoe and Phil Keen, Adam Balon and Sandy Mitchell, and Ian Loggie and Yelmer Buurman – locked out Race 2’s podium this afternoon.

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Igoe and Keen shine at Brands; Burns and Burton lead Century 1-2 in GT4

Michael Igoe and Phil Keen began their Intelligent Money British GT Championship challenge in fine style by securing a dominant win for WPI Motorsport and Lamborghini in today’s two-hour season opener at Brands Hatch where Gus Burton and Will Burns headed a Century BMW one-two in the GT4 class.

Beechdean AMR’s Andrew Howard and Jonny Adam couldn’t convert their pole position into victory but still came away with a handy points haul after holding off Barwell Motorsport’s Lamborghini shared by Leo Machitski and a charging Dennis Lind.

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Team results: 5th overall

Driver results: 6th overall for Michael


Silverstone GP 6th

Snetterton 300 6th

Snetterton 300 2nd

Donington Park GP 2 10th

Brands Hatch GP 5th

Donington Park GP 1st

Donington Park GP 7th

Oulton Park 11th

Oulton Park 9th

WPI Motorsport charge through from ninth to secure maiden GT3 wins

Michael Igoe and Andrea Caldarelli produced a perfect performance in challenging wet conditions to score theirs and WPI Motorsport’s maiden Intelligent Money British GT Championship wins in today’s endurance race at Donington Park.

The Pro/Am-entered Lamborghini, which started ninth, denied RAM Racing’s Sam De Haan and Patrick Kujala victory with just nine of the 120 minutes remaining. RAM’s other Mercedes-AMG shared by Ian Loggie and Yelmer Buurman completed the overall podium.

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Team results last year: 7th overall

Driver results last year: 6th overall for Michael


Oulton Park (GTC): 11th race 1 / 8th race 2

Snetterton GT3:  6th race 1 / 10th race 2

Silverstone 500: 3rd overall

Donnington Park: 4th overall

Spa: 9th overall

Brands Hatch: 5th overall

Donnington: 6th overall.