The Ginetta G50 is a specialist GT4 class-developed racing car, designed by Ginetta Cars. A road version of the car was planned, but did not enter wide-scale production; instead, the smaller Ginetta G40 was launched.
Launched in 2008, the G50 was awarded Autosport National Car of the Year in its first year. With its own Ginetta GT Supercup one-make series, the G50 has also been undefeated GT4 class championship winner in every season of British GT Championship, and won the GT4 European Cup in 2009, beating Aston Martin, BMW and Porsche.
As a result, Ginetta Cars won "Small Business of the Year" from the Motorsport Industry Association in 2008, and in 2009 Tomlinson was nominated by the MIA for the "Outstanding Contribution to Motorsport" award.
Homologated for the international stage, the Ginetta G55 GT4 is eligible for competition within the Michelin Ginetta GT4 SuperCup as well as a variety of Global endurance and sprint racing series.
The G55 has been one of Ginetta's most popular cars for export, racing in almost every continent of the world. The G55 GT4 has a successful track record for performance and reliability, as proven in some of the most gruelling races in the world including the VLN Nordschleife 24hr, Gulf 12 Hour and Dubai 24 Hour Endurance race in which the G55 GT4 has achieved consecutive wins for the past two years, securing both 1st and 2nd position in 2016.
The Ginetta G57 P2 is one of the fastest track day machines on the market. This gutsy prototype weighs in at under 900kgs and is powered by a fearsome Chevrolet-sourced LS3 6.3-litre V8 engine, developed in-house at Ginetta HQ. Suited to all level of driver grade, experience and ambition, it's the ultimate track day toy with eligibility to race in VdeV, Dutch Supercar and any open sportscar competition.Engine: