Three drivers in the hunt for Ginetta GT4 Supercup crown as 2019 finale looms

After countless twists and turns throughout the season, the destiny of the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 Supercup will be decided at Brands Hatch this weekend (October 12/13) with three drivers all in the hunt to be crowned champion.

Harry King, Will Burns and Tom Hibbert will head to the Kent venue in contention for the coveted crown and with three races set to play out around the iconic Grand Prix circuit, it is all to play for.

Elite Motorsportā€™s King moved back to the summit of the standings at Silverstone last time out courtesy of a double victory, increasing his tally to seven across the season. Having graduated from the Ginetta Junior Championship, King has been one of the stars of the show this season.

However, holding a slender seven-point lead leaves the battle for supremacy wide open and King will be wary of the chasing pack in his pursuit of the

Rob Boston Racingā€™s Burns leads the fight to overhaul King and the former BTCC racer has been the epitome of consistency throughout the campaign, scoring 14 podium finishes in total.

After narrowly missing out on the title in 2016, Burns will be more determined than ever to succeed this time around and clinch championship glory.

Ready to capitalise on any mistake made by the top two will be Triple M Motorsportā€™s Hibbert. Trailing by 52 points, Hibbert has plenty of ground to make up but with four wins to his name already and likely to be on maximum attack, he canā€™t be counted out just yet.

Championship silverware will also be up for grabs in the Amateur Class too as Colin White, Nathan Heathcote and Jack Oliphant battle it out for overall honours.

Just nine points separate veteran White and British Rallycross convert Heathcote, whilst Oliphant could yet still spring a surprise and come to the fore as well.

Outside of both title battles, a number of drivers will be keen to bring the curtain down on their 2019 campaigns in style. Reece Somerfield, Carlito Miracco, Fin Green and Tom Barley have all starred at times and will be worth keeping an eye on.

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