5th June 2024

Ginetta Alumni Take Home Trophies at Monaco and Nürburgring 

Ginetta Alumni Take Home Trophies at Monaco and Nürburgring 

Zak O’sullivan, Luke Browning and Harry King all took home coveted Monaco trophies whilst Dan Harper finished a foggy 24h Nürburgring on the podium.

A debut win in F2 for Ginetta’s 2019 Rookie Junior Champion, Zak O’Sullivan had a mix of strategy and luck to put him on the top step.

O’Sullivan started his car racing career in 2019, and was placed 2nd in his car racing debut. He went on to record three race wins and a further 11 podiums. He secured the 2019 Ginetta Junior Championship Rookie Cup and 2nd overall, 164 points clear of his next nearest rookie rival.

Luke Browning was a 2018 Ginetta Junior and 2022 GB3 Champion. He secured a P3 on the streets of Monaco for F3’s Sunday Feature race, his second podium of the season.

Luke joined the Ginetta Junior Championship for 2017. Breaking into the top ten in the early stages of the year, Luke secured a maiden rookie class podium and by the end of the season, had secured both his first rookie win and maiden pole position.

Returning in 2018, Luke took three wins from the opening four races of the year. A further five wins followed with a grand total of 18 podium finishes from 26 starts resulting in an impressive third place championship finish.

Harry King, a previous Porsche Mobil Supercup Monaco race winner in 2023, secured a podium this time around. Starting on the front row, King slotted into second position and held it throughout the race.

King made his Ginetta Junior debut in the 2015 Ginetta Junior Scholarship, finishing 3rd. He competed in the winter series, taking three rookie class victories and finishing third in the Rookie Cup class.

From 2016 to 2017, King won three races and finished on the podium a further 14 times. In 2018, King moved up to the Ginetta GT4 Supercup. He won 4 races and getting 13 podiums to finish third in the championship. In 2019, King won the GT4 Supercup championship with 11 wins, 16 podiums and 4 pole positions.

Dan Harper took on the ‘Green Hell’ in the GT3 class, leading the race for a time before diving into the pits just as the race was red flagged due to thick fog. The race resumed and Harper’s team finished 3rd overall.

Harper won the 2016 Ginetta Junior Scholarship, going on to win the 2017 Ginetta Junior Rookie Cup title.

In 2020, Harper and his team took a class win at the Nürburgring. In 2023, partnered with 2022 Ginetta GT Academy Vice-Champion Darren Leung, they won the British GT GT3 Championship.


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