01 September, 2011
Aberdeen racing driver Glynn Geddie returns to British GT championship action this weekend ready to push for glory.
The 21-year-old will again team up with his dad Jim in their CRS Racing 458 Ferrari at Rockingham.
It is the third last meeting of the series and the Geddies sit in second place in the overall standings just two points behind leaders Matt Bell and Michael Guasch.
Geddie junior is relishing the Rockingham challenge and has sets his sights on going one better this year after finishing second in the championship to then Trackspeed colleague David Ashburn last season.
The father and son duo finished third and then sixth in their last British GT outing at Spa-Francorchamps back in July and will be aiming for podium places this time out.
"It has been almost two months since our last race in the British GT so we are both extremely keen to get back on the track," said Glynn.
"We've enjoyed a steady campaign so far and remain in a strong position to really challenge for the honours.
"After the two races at Rockingham there's a three hour race at Donington Park before we finish up with a two hour race at Silverstone.
"That means we are heading towards the business end of the season where it's vital we are on top form to help our championship charge.
"It's been thoroughly enjoying racing with my dad this season but it would be even better if we could win a championship together."