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Matty Graham Moves to In2Racing, Ebor GT Withdraws

Matty Graham switches to In2Racing, Ebor GT withdraws from Oulton…

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Matty Graham has been confirmed as a late addition to In2Racing’s British GT Championship lineup, with Ebor GT withdrawing from the opening event this weekend at Oulton Park.

The 20-year-old, who competed with Macmillan AMR last season, appeared on the provisional entry list alongside James Kellett in Ebor GT’s Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4 earlier this week.

However, this deal has since fallen through, with Ebor GT dropping off the entry list for Oulton, and Graham making the switch to In2Racing.

He will join Marcus Hoggarth, the Am driver in Ebor’s Maserati last season, in the No. 29 McLaren 570S GT4.

“It’s great to be able to be back out in GT4 in this year’s British GT and I’m really looking forward to the first round over Easter,” said Graham.

“It’s been a long winter with not knowing if it was going to be possible to return with budgets coming up short, so agreeing a season with In2Racing is fantastic and I can’t wait to get started.

“They have a huge amount of experience from other racing series and working alongside Marcus, I’m paired with one of the best bronze drivers on the grid and I’m looking forward to working with them all.”

In addition, the GPRM-run Toyota GT86 has also withdrawn from the opening round, reducing the car count to 30.

With these reshuffles, all spots are now filled on the entry list, with track action getting underway on Saturday.

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

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