Max Signs with Century Motorsport for a second year

For the second year running, Max Bird signs with Fenny Compton based Century Motorsport in the Ginetta GT5 Championship.

Bird, 17, had a successful season racing with Century in 2017, winning the season opener at Oulton Park and achieving pole position at the final round at Donington, netting a second and third that weekend. Ending the season fourth in the championship was an impressive achievement for his rookie season.

Century are entering their third year in the championship with the sole aim to take the title and with it being Bird’s second year, it’s a very realistic goal.

Bird speaking of the upcoming season:

“I am looking forward to this season and after the results I produced at the final round of last year I believe the championship is within reach for 2018. After winning Dubai in the A2 class at the beginning of this year I feel like I am ready!”

Nathan Freke, Owner of Century Motorsport, is pleased that Bird has re-signed with the team:

“It’s great to be working with Max again in 2018. We shared a lot of success in 2017 and the package we have for 2018 is a very strong one. Our aim is to win the championship and we believe that Max has the ability to do this.

The GT5 championship is an important one to us, as we want to offer a ladder system through Century Motorsport progressing into either Ginetta Supercup or our GT programme, and GT5 is the start of it all.

There is a lot of promising talent on the grid so it’s an exciting time for the future of British Motorsport. We are all looking forward to the season ahead with Max.”

Max Signs with Go Motorsport Management

Max is delighted to announce that he has signed with Go Motorsport Management for 2018.

Go Motorsport Management will provide support to Max during 2018 to help him achieve his goals and to further lay the foundations for the next few years when Max hopes to compete in GT Racing in the UK and abroad.

Bird Wins Dubai 24h in the A2 class

Max Bird is one of the youngest drivers ever to compete in the Dubai 24h series and came away first try with a class win. ” This was really a test of my confidence, fitness and mental focus without the team and my parents and the help i was provided i wouldn’t have been able to achieve  this” Max is looking forward to this up and coming season where he will be competing in the Ginetta GT5 championship of which he came 4th last year in his first year and believes that the gain confidence from winning Dubai will enable him to mount his 2018 championship campaign.