Harry George and Harry Nunn have joined Enduro Motorsport for a full season assault on the Intelligent Money British GT Championship’s GT4 category. The announcement brings Enduro Motorsport into the second category for the first time, running a brand new McLaren Artura GT4 in the eye catching and eyebrow raising livery of OnlyFans.

Convieniently for the show, both drivers are called Harry, with Harry George making his GT racing debut. The runner up in last year’s Caterham 310R Championship and 2021’s Caterham Academy is excited to get to it with Enduro Motorsport.

“GT4 is a big step but I’ve learned a lot in Caterhams over the past two years and feel ready for British GT,” Harry George told BritishGT.com. “Enduro have consistently shown themselves to be one of the championship’s top teams, partly because Morgan doesn’t do things by half, and I’m sure their new GT4 programme will be no different.”

Harry Nunn on the other hand comes from touring car racing with his most recent efforts in the MINI Challenge JCW Championship. As such he is no stranger to the British GT Paddock; the MINI Challenge supported British GT until last year when it switched to the TOCA package.

Nunn added,“Last year didn’t measure up to my own high expectations but 2023 represents an amazing opportunity to start again with a highly professional team that’s a proven winner at the top tier of British motorsport. Other drivers have also successfully moved from Mini Challenge to GT4 in the past so I’m hopeful that Harry and I can be mixing it near the front from the off. We know it won’t be easy but the new Artura looks like a very capable race car. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be this season.”

The new Artura GT4 and its GT3 counterpart announced this morning will both be at the Media Day test on Tuesday.

Nicholas Smith

Nick Smith is a time served motorsport journalist and photographer specialising in the British GT Championship. The originator of the idea behind the British GT Fans Show, which became the British Sportscar Podcast, Nick works as the shows resident expert. Away from the track Nick earns his way as a driving instructor and instructor trainer.

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