No rest for the wicked

Thursday, October 30, 2014

It may be out of season but that certainly doesn't mean that teams and drivers can seek a warm corner of the workshop in which to hibernate. For one such British GT team this week has seen them firmly entrenched within the paddock apron at the Snetterton circuit in Norfolk.

Tom Ferrier's TF Sport started the week with former 888 driver Derek Johnston trying the car for size on Tuesday followed by this years British GT4 Champion Jake Giddings testing it yesterday. Today saw Radical driver and Sunoco Challenge winner Lewis Plato share the car with an as yet unidentified second driver.

Sure all the tests will simply be exploratory tests prior to making final decisions in the early stages of next year once finances have been determined.

Photo credits - Richard Leach
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