Queensferry racing driver Rory Bryant is back behind the wheel and will be racing at Knockhill next month.
Twenty-six year old Bryant has signed up with SV Racing and will drive a Ginetta G55 in the Scottish round of the Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup (August 23-24).
Bryant, was crowned the Scottish Legends Rookie Champion in 2007 and then embarked on a super- successful term racing Fiesta STs, winning 22 races and two championship titles over the course of three seasons.
He first entered the Ginetta fold in 2012, finishing second in Class 3 of the Britcar Production Cup, while various British GT outings in a Blendini Motorsport-prepared Ginetta G50 yielded one race win and two fastest laps. Bryant is now preparing to step up to the GT4 Supercup under the SV Racing banner and, supported by Scottish e-cigarette specialists Vaporized, is relishing the challenge that awaits him at his home Knockhill circuit.
He said of his new race deal: “The Ginetta G55 shares a lot of similarities with the older G50 that I have raced previously. Even so, the cars are slightly different in terms of aero, engine size and power, which will make for a challenging first race, but I’m confident that my extensive experience of the Knockhill track will give me an advantage.”