Tockwith Motorsport is back with a double dose of Ginettas
Tockwith Motorsport confirms its presence in the new Supercars Endurance, with not one but two Ginettas.
The team based in Yorkshire, UK but with a branch in Guadix brings to the Iberian Peninsula two young pairs of drivers in two different classes. The first car entered by the British team is a Gineta G55 that will fight for victories in the PRO class. At the wheel of this new car will be Marmaduke Hall and the Chilean Nicolás Pino. For Hall it is a return to the Iberian competition formerly called GT4 South European Series but this time the British driver moves up to Pro Class being that in 2019 he was the winner of the GTC class. For Nicolas Pino it will be a debut in GT cars after a passage in the Southeast Asian Formula 4 championship.
The Ginetta G55 GT4 recently acquired by Tockwith Motorsport delivers 385bhp of power weighing just 1085kg, where the biggest quality is its agility.
On the GTC front, it will be Jemma Moore and Aubrey Hall at the wheel of the Ginetta G50 that once won this class. Jemma Moore returns to GT4 after a very positive weekend in Portimao of 2019. Aubrey Hall returns to GT's after taking part in the weekend at Jerez in 2020, aiming to follow in the footsteps of his brother Marmaduke. This duo of drivers will be strong contenders for wins in the GTC category.
The Ginettas of the English team will make their debut on track on June 5th and 6th at the Jarama circuit. They will be part of a grid composed by GT4 and TCR homologation cars.