Luke Williams to join Maximum Motorsport Ginetta programme on TOCA packageadmin
With the race season now up and running and the British Touring Car Championship returning in August, Maximum Motorsport have a change to the driver line up in their Ginetta SuperCup squad which supports the BTCC. Former British GT racer, Luke Williams replaces Lee Deegan in the second Ginetta alongside Stewart Lines.
28 year old Williams has a great deal of racing experience behind him. The Yorkshireman is the 2017 National Formula Ford Champion and last season raced in the British GT in a McLaren 570s GT4 with his best finish 3rd at Oulton Park.
“This Year we are racing with Stewart and the Maximum Motorsport team in the Ginetta Supercup. We are hopeful for a competitive Car, and certainly to be fighting for podiums. Obviously with Covid it has been an extremely long time out of the seat but this is the same for everyone. I’m eager to get in the car at Brands on the 28th for our only test before the first round. I feel we have got a great team with Maximum Motorsport as well as recruiting our own engineer Ben Schrivens who we have worked closely with in the past.
As for Donington, I think all of the drivers will be a little rusty with race craft, and I really think over the weekend it will be about a good qualifying and protecting the tyres over the duration of the weekend whilst keeping out of trouble. I’m confident we will have a competitive package and I’m really excited to start the season.
Williams will join Former BTCC driver, Stewart Lines as his team returns to the TOCA package, this time racing in the Ginetta SuperCup as he plans to compete in a full season in 2020. Lines is well known in the paddock, having previously raced in the BTCC and more recently in TCR in the UK and Europe. As well as running a successful telecoms business, Lines also organises multiple championships. These championships include the VW Racing Cup, The Dunlop Touring Car Trophy, TCR-UK and recently acquired the Civic Cup. Alongside this his team, Maximum Motorsport also run cars in other championships including Britcar.