The Yorkshireman felt “at home straight away” with the car and was pleased with his lap-times, despite it only being a short run on very worn tyres.

“Nick [Hart] got in touch with me and offered me a go in a brand new Ginetta G55. I only had 10 laps in the car but that was plenty enough to get a good feel for it,” said Dorlin.

“On first impressions – I love it. They are proper racing cars which means you can feel everything both the car and the track are doing all the time.

“It’s the first time I’ve ever driven anything with that sort of power and grip but I felt totally at home straight away.”

Dorlin has emerged as a Clio Cup title contender in his second season in the series, producing a spectacular run of five consecutive race victories.

Former Clio Cup front-runner Charlie Ladell currently leads the Supercup standings, and Dorlin admits that a similar move is an option under consideration.

He added: “I have an open mind as to what I drive in 2019 but I’m trying out a few different avenues and no final decisions will be made this early on – but it’s definitely something to consider.”

Source: The Checkered Flag