McLaren GT is part of the famous McLaren Group and is their GT race car manufacturing arm. McLaren is synonymous with design, quality, innovation, performance and style: they are one of the most successful manufacturers in Formula 1 and more recently have produced a range of critically acclaimed high performance road cars.McLaren GT compete in the European Blancpain Endurance Race series with the 650s GT3 car and one of their works drivers is Bruno Senna who is of course the nephew of Formula 1 legend (and McLaren F1 driver), the late Ayrton Senna. In addition to their factory team, McLaren GT builds and supplies race cars to numerous racing teams and individuals worldwide.
Chris is one of Britain’s top young rally drivers, ranked by Autosport as no.1 in England and number 3 in Britain overall, despite his tender age of 21. Chris began rallying at only 15, won his first forest rally at 17 and was British Junior Rally champion in 2011 and then became the youngest driver to score points in the British Rally Championship, aged just 17 in 2012. He won the MSA Young Driver of the Year award in 2012, the first ever rally driver to win this award. In 2013 and 2014 Chris competed in the WRC Wales Rally and won his R2 class on both occasions.
In 2015, Chris has been racing in the European Rally Championship (ERC) as a Junior, driving for Peugeot as a works driver. Chris secured his first ERC Rally Junior win in Azores and won the prestigious Colin McRae Flat Out Trophy twice during the season – also the youngest ever driver to win the award. For 2016, Chris made the switch to the Opel factory team and will be racing in the ERC in an Opel Adam R2.
Seb Morris raced Ginetta Juniors in 2010 where he became the youngest ever podium finisher and the winter series champion at 14 years old. In 2011 Seb won the Ginetta Junior Championship and was also awarded Welsh Young Driver of the Year accolade.
In 2012 Seb was selected as a member of the Motor Sports Association Academy and also named a BRDC Rising Star. Seb then raced in the Formula UK Renault series and finished the season as the highest placed rookie and third overall. He followed this by becoming the winter series champion.
Sky Sports F1 invited Seb to take part in a dedicated documentary called Britain’s Next F1 Star. Seb was featured in the Prodigies section of first edition of Formula magazine and became the Formula 4 vice champion in 2013. As a result Seb was selected as a finalist in the Autosport McLaren Young driver of the Year award.
In the 2014 season, Seb signed for Fortec Motorsports and begun his first European racing season, competing in Formula Renault NEC 2.0. He would finish 3rd in the Championship, beating many older and more experienced drivers in an impressive rookie year. In late November, Seb made his GP3 debut testing for Status GP in Abu Dhabi, and it is with that team whom Seb raced in 2015 – joining the GP3 Series and following the F1 show around the world.
In 2016 and 2017, Seb has raced a Bentley GT3 for Team Parker Racing in British GT.
Christine Giampaoli Zonca
Christine is a 22 year old Italian rally driver who aims to graduate to European and World Rally Championship level.
Her first professional rally was in 2013 and throughout 2014 and 2015 she has competed in the Canary Islands and Spanish rallies, incredibly in a Toyota Corolla GTI car that she has developed herself. A skilled mechanic and graduate of Birmingham City University with a degree in Motorsports Technology, she plans to use 2016 to prepare for a full debut season in the British or European Rally Championship in 2017.
Max has been karting since 2013 when he was 9 years old. He started racing Honda Cadets and in 2014 achieved numerous wins, fastest laps and podiums and finished the season as Ellough Park Honda Cadet Vice champion.
In 2015 Max continued to compete at Ellough Park in Honda Cadets with multiple successes including back to back victories in the final 4 rounds which secured the championship. Max was also voted as Driver of the Year.
Max has run a Gillard chassis since 2014 with all of his competitors selecting Project 1. Max has now become a development driver for Gillard with an agreed testing program to develop a new chassis for Honda Cadet class. Max will now run the No1 plate at Ellough Park in 2016, compete in the PFi club championship and race at other MSA circuits with a view to joining Super One later in the year.
Toby has been in competitive racing since he was 10 years old. Championship victories started in 2010 when Toby won the Junior category in Easykart UK and then in 2011 he successfully defended this title and also became the Super 1 Junior TKM Champion. Then in 2012 Toby became the Kartmasters Junior Rotax Champion and followed this with taking the crown of Elite Champion in 2013 at the TKM Festival.
In 2014 Toby moved from karting to single seater racing and entered the MSV F3 Cup with Lanan Racing, taking 10 wins from 14 races with 8 pole positions and 9 fastest laps, on the way to taking the Championship Title.
Toby then competed in the 2014/15 MRF Challenge Formula 2000 Championship which has 12 races over 3 weekends in Lusail, Sakhir and Chennai. Toby won this Championship through taking 4 race wins and being super consistent, never finishing lower than P5 and beating both Freddie Hunt and Mathias Lauda, sons of James Hunt and Niki Lauda, in the process. In 2015 Toby was nominated for the Autosport McLaren Young Driver of the Year.
This year, 2016, Toby (a BRDC Rising Star) is racing once again for Lanan Racing as he moves up to the BRDC British F3 championship.