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  • Simon Paice

Next Level Motorsport Partner With Ginetta Cars For 2019 Season

Next Level Motorsport are delighted to announce that they are entering a new partnership with Ginetta Cars for the 2019 season, providing Press and PR services for the manufacturer across their five domestic one-make championships.

Ginetta are one of the leaders in British race car manufacturing and have grown into an instantly recognisable international brand, producing and selling cars across the world from their state-of-the-art factory just outside Leeds.

The Yorkshire manufacturer have also formulated a ladder of domestic championships that provide competitive racing for everyone from the aspiring driver to the seasoned professional, taking drivers from their first ever race to making them ready for global competition.

After celebrating their 60th anniversary last year, Ginetta are set for another big season with over 100 drivers signed up to compete across the Ginetta Racing Drivers Club, G40 Cup, GT5 Challenge, GT4 SuperCup and Junior Championship.

Next Level Motorsport’s expert team will be working with Ginetta across all 14 of their race weekends this season, representing the brand and producing professional output across all their communication channels.

Tom Oliphant, Next Level Motorsport Business Director: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Ginetta Cars for the 2019 season. Having previously enjoyed success on-track in the GT4 SuperCup, I know first-hand the quality cars they produce and exciting racing they provide.

“To join with a manufacturer in only our second year of trading is a huge achievement for us. With over 100 cars racing across five championships, Ginetta are one of the leading names in UK motorsport and we’re looking forward to a successful year together.”

Ash Gallagher, Ginetta Motorsport Manager: “Next Level Motorsport have established themselves as one of the leading PR and marketing companies in UK motorsport and we’re looking forward to working with them as we embark on a fantastic year of competition in 2019.”

Image from Jakob Ebrey Photography

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