Century Motorsport

Ginetta’s flagship championship, the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is a single-class race series that currently supports the BTCC weekends.

Starting out life in 2008, the series has grown in stature over the past decade to become a key stepping stone on the path to professional motorsport, be it in touring cars or sports car racing, with a raft of drivers having passed through its ranks to further scale the motorsport ladder.

The championship also boasts a Professional and Amateur class structure, allowing drivers with varying levels of experience to get behind the wheel and compete.

2022 saw the introduction of the G56 model, which runs to the exact same spec as those that compete in the British GT Championship. There are now three classes in the series; G56 Pro and Am classes, and the G55 class.

2022 Race Calendar
RoundDateVenue
1,2,314-15 MayBrands Hatch Indy
4 & 511-12 JuneOulton Park Island
6, 7, 830-31 JulyKnockhill
9, 10, 1113-14 AugustSnetterton
12, 13, 1427-28 AugustThruxton
15, 16, 1724-25 SeptemberSilverstone National
18, 19, 208-9 OctoberBrands Hatch GP
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Driver Line-Up

James Kellett

Ginetta G56

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James’s racing career started in karts when he was 8 years old. He won his first championship at age 9, became British Champion at age 12, and continued to win championships breaking lap records that still hold today. The highlight of his karting career was winning the WKA Manufacturers Cup at the famous Daytona International Speedway in Florida, USA.

He made the move into car racing when he was 14 and in his first year won the Ginetta Junior Rookie Championship and the Winter Series Championship with a record breaking win of over 28 seconds. He went on to win the Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge Championship in both 2015 and 2018, and was also awarded the BRDC Rising Star status in 2015.

In 2016, due to insufficient funding for racing, he qualified as an ARDS instructor and spent the next 2 years concentrating on instructing. At the end of 2021 he had the opportunity to race in the last 2 rounds of the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship, winning 3 of the 5 races he finished, with 5 fastest laps.


Q. What is your ultimate goal in racing?
A. It’s obviously to become a factory works driver for a big manufacturer racing round the world. But it is very much to make a career out of racing a car. I’m doing something I love so for me I just want to keep that going for as long as I can.

Henry Dawes

Ginetta G56

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Henry teamed up to race with Century Motorsport at the start of 2021 in the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup. After a successful season together he returned for a second year, but in the new G56 instead. Before driving the GT4 he raced mainly in the VW Fun Cup and since he began racing in 2011 he also taken part in Britcar, Legends and the GT Cup.


Q. How old were you when you knew you wanted to race? 
A. Always loved racing, grew up watching Mansell race in F1, also loved BTCC and rallying.

Q. What’s your favourite track? 
A. Oulton Park or Knockhill.

Q. What do you do before a race to prepare? 
A. Normally drive for hours and hours to get there!

Q. What is your ultimate goal in racing?
A. Ahh I’ve got loads, race GT3, BTCC, get SuperCup podiums, generally try to keep up with the youngsters!

Blake Angliss

Ginetta G55

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Blake started indoor karting at the age of 11. He then moved on to outdoor karting at 12 with his own kart and worked his way up the grid and ranks. When he was 16, Blake managed to win the PF plate and the classic cup back-to-back, during his GCSEs! After that he did some senior karting and then went into Ginetta GT5, taking part in three rounds.

In 2021 he made the step up to SuperCup with Century Motorsport, completing his first full season in cars and he joins us again in 2022 with Rosland Gold Racing by Century Motorsport.

Fun fact about Blake; “Being the tall person I am, I have to have extra cushions underneath and behind me in the seat to see over the steering wheel, and extra spacers/pedal extenders on the pedals to reach the pedals in the SuperCup car!”


Q. What was your first car?
A. The first car I bought myself was a 1978 MGB GT when I was 14 with hopes of restoring it, but here I am today with it still in pieces.

Q. What’s your favourite track?
A. It’s either Snetterton or Thruxton as I seem to go well there, and I enjoy the tracks.

Q. What are your future ambitions?
A. My ultimate goal in racing would be to get to Le Mans – would be nice to do it with Century in the new GT3 one day.