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Fin Green Graduates To Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup With TCR

12th March 2019 • Simon Paice

Ginetta Junior Championship race-winner Fin Green will step up to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup this year with Total Control Racing.

Green joined the Ginetta Juniors back in 2016 and developed into a regular series front-runner, with the Bristol based racer particularly impressing last season as he took a trio of outright top three results, including a superb victory at Croft.

The sixteen year old now progresses onto the next step of the Ginetta racing ladder with Total Control Racing, who are former GT4 SuperCup champions having guided Carl Breeze to the title in 2012 and return to the championship after a season away.

Fin Green: “It’s great to be back on the TOCA package and continuing the Ginetta route progressing up to the ladder to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup. The Ginetta G55 GT4 feels a great car to drive and the competition has always been at a very high level.

“I’m happy to say that I’ll be racing with Total Control Racing for 2019. All the guys at TCR are working really hard and I’ve got some great people around me with team boss Lee Brookes having huge experience in motorsport, while I’ve got Dave Wooder coaching and managing me too.

“I already feel at home with the team and I’m really looking forward to getting out racing. I’d like to say a massive thank you to my sponsors GDS Group, Sativa, Meet the Boss and Love Cars for making this all possible.”

Lee Brookes, team manager: “We are really pleased to announce that Total Control Racing will be coming back to the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup with Fin Green. We have already been out testing and he is showing some great pace so far.

“We believe that he will definitely be one to watch this season and hopefully we will have some great results with him this year. There’s no doubt in my mind that Fin has the potential to be fighting for the championship in his first season.”

The Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is Ginetta’s flagship championship, with a two-class structure for Professional and Amateur drivers. In 2019, the series will be contested over eight race weekends in support of the British Touring Car Championship.