Albert eyes more success as British GT Championship continues

Jordan Albert at Brands Hatch
Jordan Albert at Brands Hatch

The 2016 British GT Championship continues this weekend with two one-hour races at Cheshire’s Oulton Park.

Twenty-seven cars will line-up on Bank Holiday Monday to take part in two races around the MotorSport Vision owned track.

The meeting forms the third British GT Championship event of the season following the openers at Brands Hatch and Rockingham.

Silverstone’s Jordan Albert arrives in Cheshire as the leader of the GT4 class. The youngster scored victory last time out after the class-winning Ginetta of Nathan Freke and Anna Walewska was excluded post race.

Albert will drive an Aston Martin Vantage GT4 alongside Jack Bartholomew with the duo representing the Beechdean team.

Towcester’s Jordan Stilp was victorious in GT4 at Brands Hatch, but suffered a bad day at Rockingham.

Looking for an upturn in performance at Oulton Park, the local racer will line-up with William Phillips in a Ginetta G55 entered by RCIB Insurance Racing.

Another driver competing in the GT4 class is Joey Foster. A three-time winner of the Silverstone Walter Hayes Trophy, Foster will also drive a Ginetta G55, this time a Lanan Racing-entered car with Alex Reed.