Dan Norris-Jones has today committed to a full season entry in the 2013 Michelin Ginetta Supercup championship in a Ginetta G50, with backing from Priocept.
Dan first ventured into Ginetta racing at the final round of the 2012 Ginetta Supercup at Brands Hatch in October, where he secured a second place podium finish in the final race in treacherous wet conditions.
He said; “We enjoyed the competitive racing and general race weekend atmosphere when we competed in Ginetta Supercup at Brands Hatch last year, so decided to put together a campaign for the full championship in 2013.
“Brands Hatch last October was our first competitive drive in a Ginetta but our pace was quite good, in very tricky conditions, so a challenge for the G50 championship has to be the objective for 2013.
“We will aim to achieve consistent results as the year progresses and while we learn some new circuits, and then see where we are in the championship points standings as the season moves towards its conclusion at Silverstone and Brands Hatch in October.”
Sponsorship backing for the season is provided by Priocept, an internet technology consulting firm, and the team will compete as Priocept Racing.
The car will be prepared and run by GT4 Motorsport, a race team based at Brands Hatch, along with Jamie Stanley, the 2010 British GT champion in a Ginetta G50, who has been drafted in as team manager and driver coach.