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BGTC: Aaron Scott steps up to race in the British GT's

Local racing personality progresses to compete in the 2003 British GT Championship. Surrey race ace Aaron Scott (www.aaronscott.co.uk) is set to graduate to the British GT Championship for the 2003 season, driving an Ultima GTR for Masters ...

Local racing personality progresses to compete in the 2003 British GT Championship.

Surrey race ace Aaron Scott (www.aaronscott.co.uk) is set to graduate to the British GT Championship for the 2003 season, driving an Ultima GTR for Masters Motorsport alongside team mate Steven Brady, in the main GTO class.

Scott's CV to date includes championship titles in Karting and Formula Ford as well as a season competing in the British Formula 3. Most recently he has raced in the Renault Clio Cup, and having had his first taste of endurance racing in a Porsche in the end of season Bill Taylor Memorial race at Silverstone last year, he is now looking forward to a challenging season in the GT's.

"I'm delighted to be driving the Ultima, I think we will surprise a few people this year. We look forward to being front-runners and can't wait for the Championship to get underway. The British GT Championship looks very exciting this season with so many magnificent sports cars on the grid. I'm delighted to be a part of the action," comments Aaron Scott, Ultima Driver, British GT Championship.

Omnico Plastics and Aerospace Fasteners are providing backing for the team. The first race of the British GT Championships takes place at Donington on the weekend of April 5th & 6th 2003.

About Aaron Scott
Aaron Scott began racing in karts at 14. After many wins and national level championship titles he graduated to cars in 1999 and amazed onlookers by winning his first race from pole position. He went on to win the 1999 BRDC

Junior Formula Ford Championship and made an immediate impact as a star of the future. Following on from a season in The British Formula 3 Championship, a proving ground for many of the world's greatest drivers, Aaron switched to the Elf Clio Renault sport UK Cup in 2002.

At 24 years old, following a succession of championship wins in karting and racing cars, Aaron Scott is a driver to look out for.

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Series GT
Drivers Aaron Scott , Steven Brady