Matty is aiming to take strong results from races three and four of the 2016 British GT championship, in this weekend’s meeting at Oulton Park.

Having had a tricky start to the season, after his first race ending in retirement after being taken out in a huge accident and his second compromised by a power steering failure, the 20 year old is adamant that with a trouble free run, he and the Generation AMR Macmillan Racing team can turn their pace into points.

He is however aware of the challenges that will be posed at this weekend’s meeting around a notoriously tricky circuit.

The weekend’s action gets underway on Saturday, with the usual pair of practice sessions in the morning, ahead of qualifying in the afternoon.

It is then Monday when the cars take to the track, with two races of an hour in length on the Spring Bank Holiday as opposed to the usual two hour race on the Sunday.

Click on the video above to here more of Matty’s thoughts ahead of the weekend.