Sara Misir to compete in GT Cup Championships this weekend
UK-based Jamaican Formula Woman driver Sara Misir poses beside her McLaren GT4 race car.

UK-based Formula Woman Driver Sara Misir is slated to compete on Saturday June 11 and Sunday June 12 when the GT Cup Championship storms to the Snetterton 300 Circuit in Norfolk, England. Over 30 cars across four groups will join the grid.

Jamaica’s Misir will compete in the McLaren GT4 with English teammate Steph Sore. She will lead the sprint challenge before sharing the pit stop race with Sore in the sporting challenge.

“I’ve been training hard and getting accustomed to the McLaren, which is still relatively new. I’m excited to get out there and see how the last two months of preparation have paid off. I can’t wait to fly the flag for Jamaica,” Misir said.

Formula Woman CEO Graeme Glew fancies Sara’s chances in the Championship,

“Sara is our number one driver and is now well-prepared for her debut in the GT Cup Championship. We’re pleased with her progress and preparation since March and she will take the lead in the sprint race,” she said.

Misir emerged as one of four drivers to earn seat time on the Formula Woman team from the over 75 drivers who competed in qualifications in March.

Snetterton 300 marks the third weekend of the 2022 GT Cup season, with four action-packed races at Norfolk’s Snetterton 300 Circuit.

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