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Century Motorsport Add Returning Duo To Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Line-Up

30th March 2022 • Simon Paice

James Kellett and Blake Angliss will return to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup this season with former champions Century Motorsport.

Running with headline support from Rosland Capital, Kellett will tackle a first full GT4 SuperCup campaign after a star performance in the final two rounds of 2021, while Angliss continues for a second season in the championship.

Two-time Ginetta GT5 Challenge champion Kellett, who will race a brand new Ginetta G56 GT4 this season, won only his second ever race in the championship as he went on to post three race wins and a second place finish in six races.

Angliss meanwhile will remain behind the wheel of a G55 for a second year. The Coventry based racer showed plenty of promise in 2021 and battled for podium finishes at points, ultimately recording 11 top ten finishes.

Nathan Freke - Century Motorsport Team Principal: “We are really pleased to be announcing this partnership with Rosland Gold. They had a vision of their own branded team with the best drivers available to be fighting for multiple championships.

“To be returning to the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup with James and the all-new G56 is very exciting. It was an easy decision to put him in for a full championship campaign.

“It’s great to welcome Blake back again. He had some real moments of brilliance last year and being his second year in the car, we have very high hopes of fighting for the G55 title with him.”

Blake Angliss: “I’m very excited to be returning to the GT4 SuperCup this season. I’m looking forward to working with Century Motorsport for another season and building on a very positive first season last year.

“Consistency with the championship, car and team should provide me with the best opportunity to improve my skills as a driver and take a step forward this year.”

The Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is Ginetta’s flagship championship. In 2022, the series will be contested over seven race weekends in support of the British Touring Car Championship, with a major change seeing the introduction of the Ginetta G56 GT4 as the lead car.