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Geddie Gears Up for Knockhill

The next 111 miles Glynn Geddie travels could prove to be the most important of his 2012 Porsche Carrera Cup campaign. That's the distance between his Aberdeen base and Knockhill racing circuit, the venue for his latest race this weekend. Geddie, the reigning British GT champion, has suffered a challenging Carrera Cup charge but remains optimistic of...

Geddie Comes up Short in Snetterton

Glynn Geddie has conceded his chances of catching Michael Meadows at the top of the Porsche Carrera Cup standings are slim. Geddie was in action at rounds 11 and 12 at Snetterton following the mid-season break hoping to secure precious championship points, but could only muster a sixth and eighth placed finish. The Apex Tubulars backed ace started eighth...

Revitalised Geddie Primed for Snetterton Showdon

Aberdeen's Glynn Geddie is treating this weekend's return to the Porsche Carrera Cup as a fresh start. The Apex Tubulars backed ace rejoins Carrera Cup action at Snetterton, following a seven week break, refreshed and determined to impress. After looking to start the season strongly following his 2011 British GT triumph, Geddie has endured a mixed campaign...

Supercup Agony for Geddie

Glynn Geddie's Porsche Supercup jinx struck again when his Silverstone charge ended at just the third corner of the first lap. The Redline Racer's radiator failed just seconds into the race following an incident on the track and his glory bid was over due to the mechanical malfunction. It's the second successive Supercup event where Apex Tubulars backed...

Geddie Prepares for Silverstone Test

Glynn Geddie heads to Silverstone this weekend for his latest Porsche Supercup adventure determined to rise to the roar of his Scottish support. A group of family and friends will make the 481 mile journey south from Aberdeen to watch the reigning 2011 British GT champion in action. Silverstone is the second of four races of the event that Geddie will...

Geddie Gains Comfort at Croft

Aberdeen's Glynn Geddie breathed new life into his Porsche Carrera Cup challenge with a solid weekend of racing at Croft. The 22-year-old, who has suffered an indifferent start to the season, finished fourth in the first race from fifth on the grid. In the second race of the weekend reigning British GT champion Geddie qualified in sixth and held that...

Geddie Out to Prove a Point

Aberdeen racing driver Glynn Geddie is only too aware his Porsche Carrera Cup glory bid is in danger of fizzling out. The 22-year-old had started the season with his sights firmly on winning the competitive championship only to be plagued by a series of frustrating setbacks. The reigning British GT champion heads into rounds nine and ten of the Carrera Cup...

Trying Times for Geddie at Oulton Park

Aberdeen's Glynn Geddie was today left wondering when his luck will change in this year's Porsche Carrera Cup. Geddie was taking part in rounds seven and eight at Oulton Park but a damaged car left him with a weekend to forget. The Redline Racer had enjoyed a podium finish in the last round at Thruxton and qualifying results of sixth and fifth put him in a...

Geddie Out to Secure Precious Points

Aberdeen's Glynn Geddie is vowing to go all out for consecutive podium finishes when he returns to Porsche Carrera Cup action this weekend. The 21-year-old, who runs with Redline Racing, heads to Oulton Park for rounds seven and eight of the competitive championship buoyed by a second place result in his last outing at Thruxton. Geddie, who suffered a...

Monaco Mission Ends in Disappointment for Geddie

Aberdeen's Glynn Geddie today said he hoped to learn from his Monaco misfortune in the Porsche Supercup. The 21-year-old was taking part in the first of four rounds of the prestigious event he will be competing in this season. Geddie was returning to Monaco having first competed there in the Supercup, aged just 18. However he couldn't improve on his...