With loyalty and building long lasting relationships with our customers a key priority for us and the way in which we do business at MPS, we were delighted to be asked back for yet another season competing in British GT with Team Parker Racing and their ProAm Driver pairing of Nick Jones & Scott Malvern.

With the 2020 season having been rocked by the Covid 19 pandemic and the Big Brute of the Bentley showing some weaknesses when the Wet Weather tyres were bolted on, the decision was made to switch GT3 spec cars back to a brand which was more aligned with TPR’s heritage and also one with which MPS had achieved World Championship success.
The team were delighted to announce the move to Porsche and their successful GT3 spec racer, the 991.2 GT3R.

With the relatively lower cost racer now sporting much of the same technology as that which was featured on the 7 Figure GTE spec car that MPS won their World Championship in WEC a few years prior, we were excited to get working straight away with our continued Race/Performance & Systems Engineering responsibilities with the team for the 2021 British GT season.

The car features a suite of Cosworth Electronics devices for the chassis electronics and MPS will be developing our own wiring and hardware mounting solutions in order to integrate these with a Live Telemetry solution from Control and Video Data Recorder from VBox for all of our data capture and analysis requirements at the track.