Champion Cocker To Make British GT Return In Lambo
Motorsport News|December 13,2017

The 2004 champion is part of expanded three-car Barwell Huracan GT3 line-up

Robert Ladbrook
Barwell Motorsport will expand to field three Lamborghini Huracan GT3s in next year’s British GT Championship, and has signed two returning category champions.

Mark Lemmer’s team will add a third Huracan to its traditional two-car line-up for the domestic GT3 campaign, with all three cars enjoying the continued technical support of Lamborghini factory team Squadra Corse.

This year’s championship runners up, Phil Keen and Jon Minshaw, will return to race one car, while the second will be crewed by 2006 British GT3 champion Leo Machitski and rising Finnish star Patrick Kujala.

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