In the Press
A heady mix of close racing, varied and exotic cars, and more than a fair share of professional drivers has generated a lot of coverage for the GT Cup during the course of the 2017 season. While the championship is primarily focused on the sportsman drivers, the appearances of international teams and racers including Johnny Mowlem, Will Burns, HHC Motorsport, and FF Corse have generated a number of stories both in print and online.
In addition to coverage in national motorsport publications, Autosport and Motorsport News, the championship has featured on news outlets like the BBC's Breakfast show and the Daily Record. It actively works with all disciplines of the media to maximise its exposure, and has good relationships with both national and international journalists. It also includes a focus on local print media to promote stories of interest as they arise.
It also works closely with championship partner Pirelli, with the GT Cup being promoted via its global website and weekly media email newsletter.
|GT Cup's new class||8 November 2017||View|
|Davidson GT Cup champion despite DNF||19 October 2017||View|
|Rattenbury's double plan thwarted||19 October 2017||View|
|Daily Record||17 October 2017||View|
|Burns returns after BTTC injuries in GT Cup||11 October 2017||View|
|'Amnesiac' Davidson grabs double||3 August 2017||View|
|Davidson's charge with two more wins||2 August 2017||View|
|Chamberlain out for the rest of season after Silverstone fire||13 July 2017||View|
|Davidson doubles up in GT Cup||6 July 2017||View|
|Esmee Hawkey - motorsport's teenage sensation||14 March 2017||View|
|Standing back after enforced year out||2 March 2017||View|