Angus teenager Sandy Mitchell bagged his first podium of the year with a second place finish in the latest round of the British GT4 Championship.
There was the Usain Bolt ‘Lightning Bolt’. There was the Mo Farah ‘Mobot’. And there was the Alex ‘Tattie’ Marshall….....well, let’s just call it THAT gesture.
Angus teenager Sandy Mitchell returns to British GT Championship action this weekend - targeting the GT4 title in his 180mph Black Bull Garage 59 McLaren 570S
Teenage Angus racing star Sandy Mitchell delivered a scintillating LMP3 Cup debut to bag a podium place with teammate Sir Chris Hoy.
Angus teenager Sandy Mitchell will return to the British GT Championship for the 2017 season piloting a 180mph McLaren 570S GT4.
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