Century Motorsport and Steve Fresle will join forces at Brands Hatch this weekend for the final round of the 2014 Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup to raise some all important funds for Julia’s House Hospice in Dorset.
Fresle, who is no stranger to Ginetta G55 machinery, has been competing in selected rounds of the 2014 Britcar Endurance Championship with Century Motorsport this season. Joining the new Amateur Championship this weekend marks his first participation on the TOCA support package.
Regularly using his Ginetta G55 for auction as a track day prize to raise money for Julia’s House, this will be his first time to race the car as a means of raising awareness and money for this important Children’s Hospice. With the support of Buckler Environmental, Farrow & Ball, Bluu Solutions, Excel Air Conditioning, Trimair Ventilation, Bridge Controls and Knights Commissioning Services, Steve is looking forward to his first venture onto the GT4 Supercup grid while promoting an important message: “Julia’s House is an important part of our community providing a greatly needed service. We have been very lucky that so many companies have pledged support to Julia’s House, every penny donated is going directly to Julia’s House. I have to say a big thank you to these generous companies and the team at Century Motorsport who are making this happen. As for the race weekend, this is a massive step up from Britcar and I am here to gain experience and have a good time without any expectations.”
The Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup gets underway with qualifying on Saturday morning at 09:00 around the Brands Hatch GP Circuit.
For more information about Julia’s House Hospice, please visit: http://www.juliashouse.org
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