Forsetti take on their home track of Snetterton in this weekend's GT Cup action

Tuesday, May 28, 2024


Also making a quick racing return to the track this weekend will be the Forsetti Motorsport team who will be back in GT Cup Championship action from their local circuit of Snetterton.

Preparing two older 17A Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4’s for what feels like their 485th consecutive race weekend since the turn of the new season, the team will be eager to pick up from where they had left off at the previous round at Brands Hatch for one team and to pull up their socks with the other.

Brands Hatch saw the #9 pairing of Mikey Porter and Matthew Higgins pull off a new perfect four class wins out of the four available races, but the young duo did have to make do with just three wins and a class third for their efforts within their GTH class.

Those results kept the pairing at the head of both the Overall Championship table as well as their GTH Class.

Meanwhile, the teams all female driver line of Jodie Sloss and Rianna O’Meara-Hunt did lose ground to their team-mates within the class as they had to make do with just the one class podium at the end of Sundays sprint race alongside a P5 and P6 finishes in class before that. What really hurt them was being cut from the results of the final race after they were adjudged to have been responsible for an earlier inter-car collision that took the other vehicle out of the race.

Unlike Brands Hatch, the ‘home’ track of Snetterton should also come as no surprise for Kiwi O’Meara-Hunt as she has already tested at the circuit this year during a team/sponsor day a few weeks ago.

Photo credits – GT Cup / Team
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