The Bedfordshire-based squad is best know for its junior single-seater exploits and already enjoys a presence on the British GT package as part of the BRDC Formula 4 series.

Its move into the GT racing arena comes with the Silver-rated crew of Foster and Reed, a partnership with much potential given its previous experience, and all-new Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport.

Foster has close ties with Lanan Racing having coached the team’s single-seater drivers to four title wins in three years. The 2009 Australian F3 champion also made his international sportscar return with Lanan Racing in 2015 at the opening round of the European Le Mans Series at Silverstone.

Reed, meanwhile, steps up to British GT from Lotus Cup UK where he became the championship’s youngest-ever race winner. The 17-year-old also claimed two wins and seven class podiums en route to fourth place overall in his debut sportscar season.


2017 British GT4, Ginetta G55 GT4 with Alex Reed and David Pittard

2016 British GT4, Ginetta G55 GT4 with Alex Reed and Joey Foster (6th drivers', 1 win)

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