Sign up for the event

You’ll be contacted as soon as possible.

Event sign up

By using this form you agree to us storing your data for up to 6 months.
Contact us in case you want your data deleted.

The penultimate round of the British GT championship takes place at Snetterton this weekend. Patrik Matthiesen has set his sights on one goal: The 2,5 point gap between him and the leader of the GT4 championship must be closed.

“I think both Jordan [Collard] and I enjoyed the taste of success last time out at Donington. We’ve got two races to go, and we need to win this championship”, says the Dane.

Snetterton is a bit of a different story compared to the other venues on the British GT calendar. It doesn’t have a lot of altitude changes and tricky corner combinations. What it does have is long straights and fast, sweeping corners. And that may be something that the McLaren 570S GT4 enjoys.

“I’ve been told that our car should do well on Snetterton, but I’ll keep my expectations neutral until we’ve actually been on track. With that being said, we need to continue where we left in order to win the championship”, says Patrik, who won his first international race at Snetterton.

“That was in the 2014 Ginetta Junior Winter Cup – actually my first race with HHC Motorsport. The beginning of a long and great cooperation and friendship! I would love to win a British GT race here as well – that’s what we are aiming for anyway”, he says.

The Snetterton weekend consists of two one hour races, held on Sunday at 10:15 and 15:10.  .