GT Cup rivals try out Bentley GT3
GT Cup rivals Jordan Witt and Darren Nelson could team up for an assault on the next British GT Championship rounds at Snetterton after a test last week.
Nelson swapped his regular Lamborghini Huracan GT3 for a run in Witt’s Bentley Continental GT3, which has dominated the GT Cup so far this term.
Witt and his Jordan Racing team – which is operated by experienced GT and Porsche squad Redline Racing – are known to be keen on a British GT entry this season as a toe in the water ahead of a more substantial campaign next season.
Witt, who is rated as a silver driver by SRO, is on the lookout for a bronze co-driver to make the deal happen.
Nelson said after his test at Donington Park: “I loved the experience of driving the car, it was just different to the Lamborghini. I think I have to be more aggressive in my car than I did in the Bentley though, but won’t be considering a change as there is still a lot to develop with my car.”
British Touring Car Championship regular Ollie Jackson was a late entry to the Dunlop Prototype Series at Donington Park last weekend with the factory Ginetta team.
Jackson took to the wheel of one of Team LNT’S Ginetta G57 sportscars for the event. Jackson, who usually handles an