Now in its second racing season, Rosland Gold Racing is the motorsport division to Rosland Capital, which was founded in the US in 2008 by Marin Aleksov, a 20-year veteran of the precious metals industry.

This season Rosland Gold Racing is moving up a gear and is now racing a Porsche GT3 Cup car in the Porsche Carrera Cup as well as two Ginettas in the highly competitive British-Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship. With current GT4 champion Gus Burton in the Porsche and James Kellett and Blake Angliss in the Ginettas, it looks certain to be an exciting and enjoyable season. The Porsche Carrera Cup needs no introduction, so this is a very exciting season for Rosland Gold and Century Motorsport as we move into this iconic established class. The Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup is Ginetta’s flagship championship. Recognised as the stepping stone into British & International GT, Porsche and Prototype racing - with championship rounds visiting the likes of Donington Park, Oulton Park, Brands Hatch, Croft, Thruxton, Snetterton and Scotland’s Knockhill - it’s true to say that Rosland Racing will be on a “Road Trip” like never before. And we are enjoying it immensely!

The Porsche Carrera Cup will see 16 rounds this season, commencing with rounds 1 & 2 at Donington Park on 23/24 April, whilst the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship kicks off on 14/15 May at Brands Hatch with rounds 1, 2 & 3.  The Ginetta GT4 Supercup is one of the most competitive close action racing series in the UK. Comprising of 20 Rounds, supporting the BTCC on a national scale, benefiting from ITV4 Live coverage to 19.5 million viewers, vast media and social media and trackside audience of 35,000+ per championship round.

The 202 Ginetta grid will see 24-Pro Drivers in the new G56 and older G55 cars race wheel to wheel for the honours, which has historically gone down to the wire
and decided at the final round.

Porsche Carrera Cup GB continues to be an unmissable feature of every motorsport enthusiast’s calendar. It is still the fastest single marque GT racing championship in the country. Entering the 2022 season with its 350th race, the prestigious Porsche championship returns for its milestone 20th anniversary.

With Gus Burton at the wheel, the season looks like it will be competitive. Burton had an incredible year last year with Century in the BMW M4 GT4, winning the British GT 2021 Drivers Championship along with the Teams Championship. The 19 year old from Essex, started racing with Century in the Ginetta Supercup in 2020 where, after an impressive 5 wins and 16 podiums, he came 2nd place in the championship. Now piloting the Porsche 911 GT3 Carrera Cup, Burton is keen to continue his success in this prestigious championship.

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