Having won outright two seasons in a row, the FF Corse Ferrari pairing of David Mason and Calum Lockie have become one of the first teams to put pen to paper for the 2016 season of the relaunched Dunlop Britcar Endurance Championship.

David Mason OBE is the man behind London’s MacConnal-Mason gallery, co-founded by his great uncle in 1893. Very much the gentleman driver, David pairs with professional driver Calum Lockie, co-owner of Goldtrack. Calum has now won the British Endurance Championship four times and has taken part in sixteen 24 hour races, including Le Mans.

Their distinctive red Ferrari 458 Challenge had an almost fault-free season this year under the Silverstone-based FF Corse team. FF Corse provides the management, servicing, preparation and storage of the largest client-owned fleet of Ferrari Challenge cars in the world.

The 2016 Britcar season kicks off on Saturday 26th March with a 2-hour race on the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.