Smalley clinches the 2021 Ginetta GT4 Supercup Championship

October 24, 2021

Oct 24, 2021

Adam Smalley won the Ginetta GT4 Supercup Championship title at Brands Hatch GP which was the perfect was to end the brilliant season.

 The final round of the Ginetta GT4 Supercup championship was held at Brands Hatch on the 23/24 October. Qualifying took place on Saturday morning, it was the toughest session of the year for Adam which saw him qualify in 5th place, crucially just ahead of his title rival.

Starting in 5th place for race one, Adam had his mind fully focused on the bigger picture, winning the title. He drove a sensible race, bringing the car home in 5th place picking up some vital championship points.

Heading into the final race day of the season, the title fight was on. As the lights went out at the start of race two, Adam lost a couple of positions and slipped down the order. He soon put that behind him and quickly came back through the field. Making a bold move on his title rival into Hawthorns Bend, he moved into 4th position. With only a few laps remaining in the race, Adam pulled away from the cars behind him. He maintained his position and went on to win the 2021 Ginetta GT4 Supercup Championship.  

As already crowned champion, Adam rounded off the 2021season with a fantastic podium in the final race of the weekend. It was the perfect season which saw him take 8 victories and a further 8 podium finishes.

Adam Smalley

“It has been an amazing season and to be crowned champion is a dream come true. So much hard work and effort has been put in to make this possible and I can’t thank everyone involved enough. A couple of weeks prior to the season I didn’t think I was going to be racing which has driven me all year to win the championship. I would like to say a massive thank you to all of my friends, family, supporters and sponsors who have supported me on this journey.

Elite Motorsport have yet again done a fantastic job, providing me with a championship winning car. It’s been a fantastic four years with Elite and I can’t thank everyone their enough for what they have done for me. “

Adam adds this title to the Ginetta Junior Championship which he won in 2018, the Ginetta Junior Winter Series which he won at the end of 2017 and the Ginetta Junior Scholarship which brought him into the Ginetta championships initially.

After claiming the 2021 Ginetta GT4 Supercup championship, the attention will soon turn to the 2022 season where Adam’s plans will be announced online and on his social media channels in due course.