Adam Christodoulou is due to race in the UK this weekend as he competes with CRS Racing in the Six Hours of Silverstone Le Mans Series event.
Joining Christodoulou in the number 82 CRS Ferrari 430 will be his regular team mates Klaas Hummel and Phil Quaife.
And the 22-year-old from Lichfield says that, with 50 cars on the entry list, he is expecting another classic motor race at the famous circuit.
He also believes that his recent adventures racing the new McLaren 12C GT3 at Spa and Monza will help him prosper: “We fully expect to take a podium finish at Silverstone.
“We were right up there in the first three races but for one reason or another we didn’t get the results we wanted. There’s no reason why we can’t be right up there again this weekend and I think we can make it stick.
“Yes, we’ve had a little bad luck but I think it’s time for that to change. All three of us know the track very well and I would like to think we can do well on home soil.
“Since the Imola round we have all been out racing different cars, including the McLaren GT car. All this extra experience and extra track time will help us when we get behind the wheel of the Ferrari this weekend.”
Free practice sessions are due to be held on Friday, with qualifying on Saturday and the main race event on Sunday from 11.35am.