The British GT Championship is a sports car championship promoted by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO).
The British GT Championship is a sports car racing series based predominantly in the United Kingdom.
The series was originally created by the British racing Drivers’ Club in 1993 and, for its first two seasons, was known as the National Sports GT Challenge.
The series is currently run by SRO, while Pirelli began its first season as the championship’s official sole tyre supplier in 2016.
The 2020 Intelligent Money British GT Championship is the 28th consecutive year that the Championship has been run in the UK.
Ian Cunningham.Art (‘IC.A’) has been ‘involved’ with the British GT Championship, almost continuously, since it’s inaugural year, providing photographic services as well as bespoke artwork to organisers (in recent years, SRO), teams, individual drivers, sponsors, ‘Fans’ and supporters of the Championship.
Each year, ‘IC.A’ donates two pieces of exclusive art, depicting the category winning cars which are presented to the winning drivers at each year’s ‘end of season’ awards event.
During the season, artwork is displayed, as a focal point within the main hospitality areas at most circuits.
In 2020, ‘IC.A’ has further expanded it’s ‘range’ of services offered within the Championship to both Teams and individual Drivers by way of our “Motorsports Partnership” programme (view more by clicking here) – look out for our logo displayed prominently on these cars during the season..
Some recent artworks are pictured below: