Rising star Harry Burgoyne Jnr has been confirmed as Graham Brunton Racing’s first driver signing for the 2023 GB4 Championship.
The 15-year-old Scotsman is a highly decorated young karting contender, having claimed multiple titles and competed at world level in recent years.
Burgoyne is a double British Open Plate winner, and last season claimed the LGM Series title while taking third in the British Karting Championship Junior X30 category.
Other front-running performances include being the runner-up of the 2019 British Kart Championship IAME Cadet series and finishing third in the Junior X30 Kartmasters Grand Prix last year.
As well as major achievements in British karting, he’s also impressed at a global level, taking third in the CIK-FIA OKJ World Championship in 2020.
In addition, he is considered to be the driver with the most podiums of British karting in the modern era, and comes from a racing family, with his father Harry Snr winning the 1994 and 1998 Stock Car World Championship.
After evaluating his single-seater options, and with previous experience testing F4 machinery, Burgoyne has opted to begin his car racing career in the GB4 Championship with the Knockhill-based Graham Brunton Racing squad.
British Karting Championship - X30 Junior
British Kart Championship - OK Junior - seventh overall
WSK Champions Cup - OK Junior
WSK Super Master Series - OK Junior
British Kart Championship - IAME Cadet - runner-up
LGM Series - IAME Cadet - fourth overall
IAME International Final - X30 Mini - sixth overall
Kartmasters British Grand Prix - IAME Cadet - seventh overall
LGM Series - IAME Cadet
Super 1 National IAME Cadet Championship