ABOUT WILLIAM TREGURTHA

William Tregurtha / ABOUT WILLIAM TREGURTHA
DRIVER BIO

NAME: William Tregurtha

DOB: April 1 2000

Lives: Bedford, UK

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2016: Ginetta Junior Champion

2017: British GT4 Champion (part of youngest pairing ever to win a British GT title)

2018: GT4 European Series – runner up

2019: Adac GT Masters Junior podium. Nurburgring 24-hour class runner-up

AWARDS

Member of the 12-person Motorsport UK Team UK squad – the governing body’s group of hand-picked elite young drivers.

Full BRDC member

2017 Henry Surtees Award winner

2016 British Automobile Racing Club Peter Collins Memorial Award

ABOUT WILLIAM

William is a highly-dedicated, talented young driver with his eyes firmly fixed on a career in the highest-levels of competitive motorsport. He is grounded, listens well, is eager to learn but above all is fiercely committed to achieving his dreams.

Every youngster wants to race and win world championships. William is no different but he brings a calm, cool and mature approach to his racing and behaviour around the paddock which impresses all those who work with him – be they mechanics, team management and sponsors.

On track William’s smooth style, clean overtaking, determination, eagerness to learn and sheer speed mark him out as a driver who is going places … quickly.

CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS

2019 VLN ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP

  • VLN Endurance Championship Debut

2018 GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES

  • GT4 European Vice-Champion
  • GT4 European Debut
  • 12 Races
  • 2 Wins
  • 5 Podiums
  • 8 Top 5 Finishes
  • 3 Pole Positions
  • Youngest 2018 Bathurst 12 Hour Entrant

2017 BRITISH GT CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Joined Ginetta Young Driver Programme
  • 2017 British GT4 Champion
  • 2017 British GT4 Silver Cup Champion
  • 10 Races
  • 2 Wins
  • 7 Podiums
  • 8 Top-5 finishes
  • 3 Pole Positions
  • Part of youngest driver pairing in British GT history
  • Named BRDC Rising Star
  • Selected for the MSA National Development Squad
  • 2017 BRDC Henry Surtees Award Winner

2016 GINETTA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 2016 Ginetta Junior Champion
  • 23 Races
  • 6 Wins
  • 13 Podiums
  • 22 Top 5 Finishes
  • Selected to study at the MSA Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence at Loughborough
  • Awarded the British Automobile Racing Club’s Peter Collins Memorial Trophy for Most Promising Newcomer

2015 GINETTA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 5 class Podiums
  • 7 finishes inside the overall top 7
  • 9 finishes inside the overall top 10

2014 KARTING

  • 7th Overall Super One British Championships

2009 – 2013 KARTING

  • Numerous race wins at club and regional level