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Century, Mike Brown Rejoin British GT GT3 Field for Brands Hatch

Century, Mike Brown rejoin British GT, boost GT3 entry for Brands Hatch…

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Century Motorsport and Mike Brown Racing will return to the British GT Championship’s GT3 field for the penultimate round of the season at Brands Hatch this weekend.

Century is set to bring one of its Ginetta G55 GT3s with a to-be-announced lineup while Mike Brown and Matt Manderson make their series return in an Aston Martin Vantage GT3.

The two additional entries bring the top class’ field up to 11 entries, with the AmD Tuning Mercedes-AMG GT3 of Lee Mowle and Ryan Ratcliffe forced to miss the weekend after sustaining chassis damage in its last race.

Extra entries in GT4 bring the total field up to 31 cars for the two-hour race on the Kent circuit.

ENTRY LIST: Brands Hatch

Jon Minshaw and Phil Keen currently lead the standings with two races remaining, although have a buffer of just 12 points over Rick Parfitt and Seb Morris.

The GT4 rankings are much closer, with only 2.5 points separating Stuart Middleton and Will Tregurtha from Alex Reed and David Pittard.

Jason Baker and Adam Gore join the series in a Rob Boston Racing-run Ginetta G55 GT4, while In2Racing has an all-new lineup of Will Goff and Daniel McKay in its No. 14 McLaren 570S GT4, among other changes to the entry list.

GPRM is also set to return for its second race of the season. Stefan Hodgetts and Richard Williams are listed in the team’s Toyota GT86 running in the Invitational category.

Track action at Brands Hatch gets underway on Saturday, with the race starting at 2:10 p.m. local time.

Jake Kilshaw is a UK-based journalist. He is a graduate of Politics and International Relations.

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