Graham Brunton Racing’s Logan Hannah enjoyed a strong first full season of single-seater racing in the GB4 Championship, with the obvious high points being a podium at Silverstone and a victory at Donington Park.
Those highs were mixed with a string of regular top-10 finishes, and the Scottish contender is now hoping to move her career towards Le Mans in the future.
Here’s how the Scottish ace reviewed her season:
The best moment of the year was definitely my race win at Donington Park in race three of round four.
Starting P4 and being in first by the Old Hairpin was definitely a highlight of the race! Being able to keep the gap to the drivers behind me for the full race is fun to look back on now, but it didn’t feel as good in the car counting down the minutes for the race to finish!
The first two rounds were particularly difficult, littered with teething problems with the car and really feeling the effects of the lack of pre-season testing we did, but another moment that stands out as particularly bittersweet is having my fastest lap taken away from me during qualifying at Brands Hatch. Not doing the Friday test and going straight into qualifying and to have the pace to put it on the second row would have been a huge achievement, and definitely changed the final result of the weekend.
Favourite race of the year
Every race we had at Silverstone this year was mega! Nearly four wide into Brooklands and coming out at the front of the pack was definitely a highlight of racing around the Grand Prix circuit this year!
Favourite driver to race against this year
The racing in GB4 has been incredibly close all year! But the best racing definitely came from those that made the jump from FF1600 to GB4, close and hard racing from lights to flag!
That what if moment
I’ve had a few of them this year with the pace I have shown round after round, but having races littered with small mistakes often taking us out of the podium spots.
If I could race anything next year, it would be…
Something with a roof! I’ve enjoyed every moment in my GB4 car this year, really getting the most out of it, but it’s time I start my journey to achieving my dream of racing at the Le Mans 24 hours!
I’m going to spend my winter doing…
Back at university and studying! Being in my third year of my sports psychology degree and juggling an essentially full time career in motorsport is no easy feat but I’m looking forward to a bit of downtime ahead of the 2023 season!