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Ginetta reaches the big six-zero in 2018 and what a reputation they have built.

The team in Leeds can’t take all of the credit for the success though. Founded in 1958 by the Walklett Brothers, by the time Ginetta was acquired by current owner Lawrence Tomlinson in 2005, it had already earned a reputation as one of the most renowned British heritage race car brands.

Since then, Ginetta has well and truly made its mark on the international racing scene. With five in-house championships, one of the most decorated GT4 cars on the market and two G60-LT-P1 cars bound for the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season and the 2018 / 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours, the future is looking bright.

Taking the lead in British race car manufacturing, Ginetta is putting the UK at the heart of world-class competition, selling cars across the world and training some of the brightest stars in motorsport. Their championships provide competitive racing for everyone; from the aspiring driver to the seasoned professional.

Combining top class manufacturing with a dedication to teamwork and success, the Ginetta series offer unrivalled exposure for drivers, teams and sponsors both on and off track. They don’t stop there either. What makes Ginetta unique is their ability to offer a genuine route for progression from entry level racing, right the way through to international motorsport platforms.


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  • Year Established: 1958
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