Gus Burton's 2021 BMW
Gus Burton receiving the BrandsHatch GT4 Winners trophy 2021



Having successfully completed my maiden season in a Ginetta G55 competing in the GT4 SuperCup, I am excited to compete in a BMW M4 in the Intelligent Money British GT this year.
My aim is to continue developing and to help Century Motorsport to secure the GT4 crown in British GT this year.

Thereafter, my goal is to join a manufacturer Development Program and have the opportunity to participate in both European and World events.

It is important for me to gain mechanical expertise to enable me to fully understand and contribute to the car set-up, so I plan to take a motorsport engineering degree alongside my racing career once I have finished sixth form.


I am delighted to be part of the Century Motorsport Nathan Freke’s Century team is well known in the paddock and has an enviable track record of success in British GT, so I am excited to learn from them and do everything in my power to become a serious contender for the GT4 title in 2021.

2020 Ginetta GT SuperCup

This year, I finished 2nd overall in the Millers Oil Ginetta GT SuperCup Championship in my maiden season as a pro-category driver.

Out of 19 races, I notched up more podiums (16) than any other driver, won 5 races, secured 2 poles and 6 fastest laps.

Had I not been the innocent victim of two DNFs, I would be celebrating winning the championship. But, I am delighted with my progress and can't wait to compete in British GT in 2021.


I was consistently in the top 5 and finished the season strongly in this highly competitive Ginetta Junior Championship, notching up several podiums.


I was leading the Clio Cup Junior Championship when I switched mid-season to the rear-wheel drive Ginetta Juniors.


Aged 14, I competed in the inaugural Clio Cup Junior championship and was in title contention when a rugby injury prevented me participating in the final round at Brands Hatch