Century Motorsport are pleased to announce that Buckingham born Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke has signed with them in this season’s Ginetta GT4 Supercup. Gordon-Colebrooke is the team’s third Supercup signing, which completes Century’s Supercup team for the upcoming season.
Over the past couple of years, Gordon-Colebrooke, 25, has been doing endurance racing along with single-seater racing, achieving podiums, poles and many race wins and he is looking forward to making the switch back to GT sprint racing where he will hopefully have even more success. Gordon-Colebrooke first started racing in 2012 in an MG ZR and has worked his way up to where he is now with plenty of success along the way.
“I’m absolutely delighted to have signed with Century Motorsport this season and to be racing in the GT4 Supercup. The team have a brilliant track record in this championship so I know that I’ll be getting the best possible support in order to be competitive.
I’ve been doing a bit of endurance racing over the past two seasons and my sprint racing has been done in single seaters in that time so it’ll be interesting to make the switch back to GT sprint racing, but the Supercup always produces some fantastic racing and the G55 is a superb car to drive. I’m extremely excited for this season and I can’t wait for round 1!”
Nathan Freke, owner of Century Motorsport, is very pleased with this final Supercup signing and although the Ginetta is new to Gordon-Colebrooke, Freke was impressed with his recent testing session.
“We are delighted to have Andrew sign with us. This completes our team for the 2018 season now and it’s a great feeling to have such a good bunch of drivers this year. The Ginetta is new to Andrew, but we did a test with him recently and it was a very promising day, especially as weather conditions were terrible!
Andrew has been doing mainly endurance racing recently and so the sprint format of the Supercup will take some adjustment but we will be using all of our experience to make sure he adapts well and let us focus on collecting some silverware.”