GT Cup concludes with a near clean sweep for the Newbridge AMR GT4 crew

Monday, October 26, 2020

The GT Cup Championship rounded off their 2020 season at the weekend with their second visit to Donington Park, this time upon the National circuit with their final four races of the year.

No repeat of 2018 when Whitebridge Motorsport with drivers Chris Murphy and Adam Hadfield won both the outright Championship title as well as the GT Class title with their older 2016 specification of Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 but Murphy and new co-driver Steve Birt did finish this troubled season in a credible 5thin the Teams Championship.

The team and crew that certainly did go out on a high was the Newbridge Motorsport team of Matt Topham and Alex Toth-Jones who between them secured two class pole positions for the weekend’s first and third races into P1 finishes in class as well as a P2 in Class for race 2 as well as an overall P3 and P1 in class at the end of Sundays concluding race.

That was all down in the team’s purple and white Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice supporting 2019 specification AMRF Vantage GT4.

Hopefully, we will see these guys back again in a national championship somewhere next year!

Photo credits – Inked hand Images
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