Ben Tuck returns to British GT with his 2018 championship winning team, Century Motorsport. Tuck helped the team to fight for the 2018 GT4 Teams’ Championship title, whilst Tuck and co-driver Ben Green came perilously close to taking the GT4 Drivers’ title – just one single point behind Century’s sister car, which was piloted by Jack Mitchell.
Tuck will be teaming up with Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke in the #42 BMW M4 GT4 at Snetterton this weekend. Gordon-Colebrooke’s last outing was at Brands Hatch, where he took home a second place trophy after partnering Ben Green. Tuck and Gordon-Colebrooke will certainly be a strong driver pairing to watch out for this weekend.
There are two British GT races this weekend. The first of the 1-hour races is at 10:15 on Sunday, with the second race later on in the afternoon at 15:10. Car #42 will have a 7-second success penalty (carried over from Brands Hatch), which will be added to the pit stop in the first race. As per the previous two rounds, Ben Hurst and Adam Hatfield will be in car #43.