Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Lifetime Racing team up with Caterham Champions for the 2014 Britcar Championship

Lifetime Racing team up with Caterham Champions for the 2014 Britcar Championship.

Multiple Caterham Graduate Sigma Champion Ian Anderson and 2013 Caterham Graduate Sigma Champion and 2014 BWRDC Goldstars winner Amanda Black will drive a Ginetta G50 prepared by Lifetime Racing in the 2014 Britcar Endurance Championship.

Lifetime Racing have experience of running the Ginetta G50 in endurance racing events having finished third in the British GT4 Championship in 2013 preparing a similar machine to the one they will field for Ian and Amanda.

Ian Anderson said “After 4 years of Caterham racing a whole new chapter begins, starting this weekend with a Ginetta G50 in the Britcar Endurance Championship. I am looking forward to working with Dan Eagling of Lifetime Racing and hope that with the combination of experience, enthusiasm and commitment we can work towards meeting the challenges that will no doubt lie ahead.

For our first outing we are aiming for both consistency and to be within site of the pace in Class 4. I am commencing on a very steep learning curve that will highlight the differences between Endurance racing and the 20 min non-stop wheel to wheel racing that I have known in the Caterham Graduates Racing Club. I am looking forward to seeing how Britcar & Lifetime Racing will help me develop as a driver and as a member within a team through the coming season.”

Amanda Black said “I’m looking forward to the amazing opportunity to experience the first step on the GT ladder at this weekend’s Silverstone Britcar round. We have had great support from lifetime racing learning the difference between Caterham racing and driving a Ginetta.”

Dan Eagling said “Following a successful campaign in British GT last season with a Ginetta G50 myself and the team are excited to be working with Ian and Amanda. They are proven Champions who both have a hunger to develop and hone their racing skills. Endurance racing is a new discipline to the pair but I believe we have a package that will allow them to progress and I have no doubt that Ian and Amanda will be challenging for wins this year.”

This season’s Britcar Endurance Championship starts on April 12 at Silverstone International.     @lifetimeracing

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