The Nottinghamshire racer is set to embark on his second full season of racing in 2020, with previous experience in Caterham and GT competition. The 2018 Caterham 270R champion took part in last year’s GT4 SuperCup media day test and impressed by finishing fourth fastest in the final session.
The 34 year old will now compete in the championship this year with new team Prophet FX Racing. Named after his title sponsor, a foreign exchange trading broker, the team will be run by experienced outfit DW Motorsport.
Alongside his racing, the former marine commando is an ambassador for the Racing Minds charity, which aims to use motorsport as a tool for promoting positive mental health in veterans and serving members of the military and emergency services.
Jamie Falvey: “We’re delighted to be entering the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup. The calibre of racers in the series is very high and it’s arguably the most relevant, competitive and commercially viable GT championship in Europe for drivers aiming to progress further in GT racing.
“I had a very positive outing in the Ginetta Media Day last year. We were right in at the deep end, but topped the timesheets early in the final session and only got knocked down to fourth as others came out on new rubber. It was a very encouraging day for us.
“Single-make racing leaves nowhere to hide and it will be a big challenge for us. We have a very good team around us though and a fantastic title sponsor, and together we can put our best foot forward and show our professionalism from round one.”
The Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is Ginetta’s flagship championship, with a three-class structure incorporating Pro, Pro Am and Am categories. In 2020, the series will be contested over eight race weekends in support of the British Touring Car Championship.
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