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Race team starts campaign at Oulton





CENTURY Motorsport opened their British GT Championship campaign in miserable conditions at Oulton Park over the Easter weekend.

The Fenny Compton-based team had four cars in action at the Cheshire circuit, battling through the wet weather in the opening two races of this year’s competition.

Michael Johnston and Dan Harper steered their BMW M4 GT3 to ninth in the opening race with teammates Carl Cavers/Lewis Plato out of the points in 17th. In the GT4 category, there was a top five finish for Ravi Raymead and Charlie Robertson.

Monday’s second outing for the drivers was also weather affected with the safety car leading the way for long periods after a series of accidents. In the end, it proved a disappointing day for the Century drivers with Johnston/Harper down in 14th and Cavers/Plato in 17th. The Ian Gough/Tom Wrigley BMW was seventh home in the GT4 class but Raymead/Robertson failed to finish.

The next round of the championship is at Silverstone at the end of April.



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