GB4 race-winner Jeremy Fairbairn will continue in the series for the remainder of the season after securing a switch to Graham Brunton Racing.
Fairbairn started the season with Kevin Mills Racing and won the opening race at Oulton Park, but recently announced he had parted ways with the team after three rounds, having slipped to fifth in the standings.
The 18-year-old will make his debut with GBR in this weekend’s round at Snetterton alongside Harry Burgoyne Jr, who has been the team’s sole driver this year thus far after graduating from karting.
“I’m really pleased to be linking up with GBR for the rest of the season,” said Fairbairn.
“Having seen the team operate in the paddock at the race events so far, I felt it would be an opportunity for me to reset and start over again, and I’m looking to help push the team forward.
“I’m very grateful to everyone I’ve worked with so far this year, and I’m looking forward to joining up with GBR during testing this week at Snetterton before the races on Saturday and Sunday.”
“We’re really pleased to bring Jeremy into the team ahead of the Snetterton event,” added GBR’s team manager Craig Brunton. “He’s already done some great work with us and settled in alongside Harry really well.
“I’m sure he’ll get up to speed with us really quickly, and hopefully we can return him to winning ways before too long. It’s great to be back up to two cars, and Jeremy’s experience and speed mixed with Harry’s potential is going to be a big benefit for the team.”