Happy New Year to all of you! My start to 2018 has been a challenging one, with unexpected news over the Christmas break that Gulf Racing was having its budget cut for the upcoming SUPER GT season. This meant there was no longer the funding to employ me as its lead driver, and just like that my summer … Continue reading
As a racing driver, you always want to end the season on a positive note. The summer break can be a miserable time to stew over a poor performance, or a bad result. Thankfully, the cards were in our favour at Twin Ring Motegi – and we knew this before we
Not much in the way of positives to take from the penultimate round of the SUPER GT season at the Chang International Circuit in Buriram, Thailand. As a result, we’ve dropped from 8th to 12th in the points after an incomplete performance. The
The final Suzuka 1000km was the race everyone wanted to win, and we were no different. All things considered though, finishing 8th wasn’t a bad result for the Gulf Porsche after a long, exciting race in front of a packed house full of adoring Japanese fans.
As much as the racer in me yearned to ‘send it’ on our return to Fuji for the second time this SUPER GT season, we took a more measured approach this time around after a few mediocre results in the Gulf Racing Porsche. This
What could have, should have, would have been. It was one of those weekends at Sugo, where you can feel the pressure building and for every step forward, you take two steps backwards. Being fast in testing is no guarantee that it’ll translate