2017 British GT champion Seb Morris returns for GT4 title push with Charles Dawson

Seb Morris will make a return to the British GT Championship for the 2024 season as he teams up with Charles Dawson in the GT4 Pro-Am class.

The Welshman became overall champion in the series in 2017, racing a Bentley Continental GT3, and this time out will be aiming to become just the second driver in its history to win titles in both GT3 and GT4.

The duo will join forces with Team Parker Racing this season – the outfit with whom he won the 2017 honours – and will compete in a Mercedes-AMG GT4, a car which the team clinched the GT4 Pro-Am title with in 2018.

Seb and Charles first linked up last year in the GT Cup, where Charles scored four solo podiums in Sprint races, while the pair combined for victory at Silverstone and added two more podiums in the longer pit stop contests.

Now based in Chester, Seb has vast experience in GT and endurance racing, as his championship success in British GT helped put him on the radar of M-Sport Team Bentley, becoming a Factory Driver in 2019, taking part in GT World Challenge Europe and the Intercontinental GT Challenge.

He is also a race winner in International GT Open and the 24H Series, and has competed in the Rolex 24 At Daytona, 24 Hours of Spa, the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, and ADAC GT Masters, as well as being a Full Member of the British Racing Drivers’ Club.

The 2024 British GT Championship season begins at Seb’s home circuit of Oulton Park over the Easter weekend of March 30 – April 1st, taking in nine races across seven meetings, including a welcome return to Spa-Francorchamps in June.

Seb Morris

“I’m looking forward to doing a full championship, and my first since 2020 when I was with Bentley, so it’ll be nice to get to get the season underway with a very quick Am in Charles. I think we’ll hit the ground running as Charles is doing a winter series to prepare and get some seat time, as well as to help him continue to progress with his race craft.

“The first person to win both GT3 and GT4 was my former teammate, so it would be funny to do it the other way around. However, to be honest, GT4 is just as hard, if not harder, than GT3 to win a race in. It’s so incredibly competitive and we’re going to be up against a lot of quick Silvers and some very good, established Pro-Am pairings.

“The good thing is I’ve won the championship overall with Team Parker and it’s going to basically be the same team around us, which was important in my decision to take Charles there. The building blocks are there, I know how good the team will be, I know how good the car will be, and I know how good we’ll be. If we get everything right, learn throughout the season, and have no big mistakes, there’s no reason why we can’t do all over again.”