HHC British GT overview
Created in 1993, the British GT Championship has never been stronger. Catering for GT3 and GT4 cars, the series is aimed at silver and bronze-graded young drivers as well as amateurs eager to enjoy supercars on iconic circuits. GT4 racing is growing globally with more manufacturers entering the market each season and HHC Motorsport is at the forefront of that explosion with its fleet of McLaren 570S GT4 race cars.
HHC Motorsport has taken GT4 racing by storm. A successful campaign in 2017 led to the GT4 title with Stuart Middleton and Will Tregurtha sharing the team’s Ginetta G55. For 2018, a new challenge was undertaken: the GT4 European Series in which HHC won races and beat teams at the highest level on circuits at which it had never raced before.
Such was HHC’s competitiveness and success strike-rate that McLaren made HHC a Customer Racing team for 2019 and the relationship started in style with a win and a third place for the two cars in the opening race at Oulton Park.
HHC finished fourth in the 2019 British GT4 Teams’ Championship, with drivers Dean MacDonald and Callum Pointon finishing third in the GT4 Drivers’ standings.
Never has British GT been more competitive but HHC has proved that it can race – and win – at the front of the GT4 pack as it enhances its reputation as one of the top British GT teams. Working with McLaren, HHC has a long and successful future ahead of it with an iconic motor racing manufacturer.
Established in 2010, HHC Motorsport is one of the top teams in UK motor racing. It prepares, develops and rebuilds race and trackday cars for customers with the highest levels of performance, safety and quality guaranteed.