There is a plethora of top British talent taking part in the ever-growing GT4 European Series this season. Here, we introduce you to all of them who are taking part at Brands Hatch this weekend.

Will Tregurtha and Stuart Middleton
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): 31st with 44.50 points – Middleton
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): 42nd with 25.00 points – Tregurtha
HHC Motorsport – Ginetta G55 GT4 (Silver)
One of the most exciting pairings in the championship. Despite being so early into their careers, these two are already proven winners, having won the British GT4 title together last season. Tregurtha is also a former winner of the Ginetta Junior Championship, while Middleton impressed in his IMSA Prototype debut at the Daytona 24 Hours at the start of the year, playing his part in the car that came second. Two to watch – both this season and beyond.

Finlay Hutchison
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): =46th with 22.00 points
Equipe Verschuur – McLaren 570s GT4 – Partnered by Ricardo van der Ende (Silver)
Dundee-born teenager Hutchison is entering his second year in GT4 with Equipe Verschuur. The youngster started the season with a podium in the opening race at Zolder.

Stephen Pattrick and Andy Meyrick
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): =113th with 7.00 points – Pattrick
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): =95th with 9.00 points – Meyrick
Bullitt Racing – Mercedes AMG GT4 (Pro-Am)
Former Bentley boy Meyrick brings the Pro element to his pairing with Bullitt Racing teammate Pattrick. Meyrick was a race winner in 2017 in the Le Mans Cup, while he highlighted his speed with two GT4 Euro fastest laps. It must be a privilege for Pattrick to race with a don of sportscar and GT racing!

Fiona James and Matt Nicoll-Jones
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): =140th with 3.00 points
Academy Motorsport – Aston Martin Vantage GT4 (Pro-Am)
Bronze-rated James moves up from successful 2017 in the Supercar Challenge series, where she finished runner-up. Nicoll-Jones meanwhile scored podiums and points for Academy Motorsport in both the GT4 Euro Series and British GT4 last season.

Paul Rees
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): Unranked
Team GT – McLaren 570s GT4 – Partnered by Nico Rindlisbacher (Silver)
Rees makes his first appearance of the season in the GT4 Euro Series following a move over from the Porsche Carrera Cup, where he was a regular points scorer.

Mike Newbould and William Burns
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): Unranked
HHC Motorsport – Ginetta G55 GT4 (Pro-Am)
Newbould makes the jump across from the British GT Championship with regular partner Burns. The former enjoyed a pleasing season in the UK LMP3 Cup last season, finishing the season with three podiums and fifth in the standings. Silver-rated Burns is a former runner-up in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup and is certainly quick.

David Pattison and Joe Osborne
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): Unranked
McLaren 570s GT4 (Pro-Am)
Pattison and Osborne have dabbled in the GT4 Euro Series before with their Tolman Motorsport McLaren. Last season saw them finish 4th and 8th in the two races. Their focus tends to be on the British GT4 Championship though, where they are competing together again this season. Osborne has a wide and varied career, appearing in Blancpain GTs on a number of occasions in recent years.

JM Littman
Brit Pack Ranking (at time of press): Unranked
Allied Racing – Porsche Cayman GT4 CS MR – Partnered by Hendrik Still
Little is known of Littman, who has performed in a number of races in the 24h Endurance Series.

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