2020 Season Review: Ginetta Racing Drivers Club

The Ginetta Racing Drivers Club launched the careers of 15 new rookie drivers this season however it was Marc Warren who proved to be the standout talent with a 100% podium record which included ten wins to secure him the title.

Providing petrolheads with the opportunity to swap a seat in the grandstand for a seat on the grid, the single-make series is open to drivers who are looking to take their first steps into motorsport.

As an ideal proving ground, competing drivers are given all the necessary components to forge a career on four wheels; including their very own G40 Club car, an ARDS test, multiple training days and much more.

Featuring on the British GT Championship support package once again, a total of 15 high-octane races at five of the UK’s most popular venues comprised the revised calendar for 2020.

Setting his stall out from the outset, Warren emerged as the lead figure in the series as he not only gained experience but also built up an illustrious CV. Tallying win after win, Warren put himself out of touch with a handful of contests remaining.

A new class, launched this year for more experienced drivers, went the way of Stephen Docker, who powered his way to an impressive tally of nine victories.