Caroline and Vaughan complete TF Sport’s British GT four-car line up
British F4 Champion Jamie Caroline and Porsche Carrera Cup GB runner-up Daniel Vaughan join forces in TF Sport’s championship winning #97 Aston Martin Vantage GT4, to compete in the 2020 Intelligent Money British GT Championship.
Having successfully spent the early part of his racing career in single-seaters, 21 year old Jamie Caroline made a one off appearance in British GT last season. It was from then on, Caroline’s focus was on a full season entry in GTs, with a seat at TF Sport in the British GT Championship being the ultimate goal for him to further his racing career.
Dan Vaughan kick started his car racing venture in Radical Sportscars back in 2013, before moving up to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB in 2018 where he scored three victories. Endurance GT racing has always been a target of 23 year old Vaughan’s and he is confident he has the combination to achieve a strong debut season.
The 2020 Intelligent Money British GT season kicks off at Oulton Park on the 13th of April.
Tom Ferrier, TF Sport Director
“I think both Jamie and Dan are superb, young and exciting talents. Just like we did with Ash and Tom last year, we will give them all we can and despite there being an extremely competitive field in British GT once again this year, they should be fighting for the championship in their first season."
Jamie Caroline #97
“It’s a pleasure to be part of TF Sport and work with Tom, they’ve got a proven successful record in global GT racing. My goal is to have a long career in GTs, so this is the perfect platform for me to build upon. Even though I drove the McLaren GT4 last year, there’s a huge difference between that and the Aston so I’ve got a lot to learn, but I’m convinced that we have the perfect combination to finish high up in the standings.”
Dan Vaughan #97
“There’s a lot to learn and get used to as I haven’t driven a car with traction control or ABS before, but I’ve always wanted to get in to GT’s and this was the perfect team, series and class to go for. The whole package was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down and sharing the car with someone like Jamie means we’ve got a good chance to achieve some great results in this first season.”