British Touring Car race winner Sam Tordoff would like to expand into GT competition.
Tordoff, who finished sixth as a rookie in the BTCC this year driving a Triple Eight MG6, had a run in one of the squad's British GT BMW Z4s at Donington Park last week.
He is still committed to touring cars, but the former Porsche Carrera racer told AUTOSPORT he would like to add GT outings.
"They said jump in and have a go - it was a thank you," said the 24-year-old. "But British GT is something I'd like to look at.
"In an ideal world I'd like to dovetail it with touring cars. I'm looking at the possibilities of that.
"It was nice to have go in a GT3. It was a really lovely balanced car, though it was surprising how intrusive all the aids are, like traction control and ABS. And you could feel the aero."
Tordoff told AUTOSPORT he will be in the BTCC next year, but has yet to confirm continuing with Triple Eight.
"I will on the touring car grid," he said. "With what car and with whom I don't yet know."