Carl Breeze has today confirmed his intentions to reclaim the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup crown, after announcing plans to join HHC Motorsport for his 2015 BTCC support series title charge.
As one of the most successful Ginetta drivers in history, Breeze celebrated his 100th race start at Knockhill last season, and made Ginetta history for the most race wins and most podium finishes on his way to third in the championship.
Having previously competed in the British Touring Car Championship, the driver from Kings Lynn made the switch to the Ginetta support series in 2009 and has never finished outside the championship top three in his six years of competition, taking the championship title in 2012 and finishing runner up in 2010, 2011 and 2013.
Breeze said;“I'm delighted to be joining HHC and I can’t wait to drive the car in testing next week, it will be the first time I have had a real pre-season test programme so we will be better prepared than ever. The challenge is to win both championships for the team and with my teammates; we have a great shot of achieving that! My aim for the first race at Brands Hatch is to score my 100th Ginetta podium and to come away from there with a strong championship lead, the HHC car was the fastest car last season so hopefully with the continued input of the team it will be the case for 2015."
HHC Motorsport Team Principal Charlie Kemp, who led Charlie Robertson to the championship title in 2014 said;“It is great to add a driver like Carl to our already strong Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup team, all three drivers will work well together and I look forward to mounting a strong challenge on both the driver and team championship throughout the season.”
There is no denying the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is a popular choice for many a driver, thanks to its inclusion on the televised British Touring Car Championship and its recognition by the BRDC as a championship which qualifies for membership.