British GP2 racer Jordan King has announced a new partnership with fellow countrymen Modular Buildings Ltd.

The 22-year-old, who’s in his second season with Spanish team Racing Engineering, is currently the highest-placed British driver in GP2.

He is teaming up with the Hull-based company that has global experience in providing modular and portable buildings. These buildings are available for sale or hire in a vast range of internal and external finishes, sizes and configurations.

The announcement with Modular Buildings Ltd comes ahead of the final round of the GP2 series in Abu Dhabi on November 28-29.

Speaking of the partnership, King said: “Modular Buildings Ltd came along to Silverstone to support my British GP success so I am pleased and excited to start a partnership with them for the final round in Abu Dhabi where hopefully I can put on a great display and do them proud.”

Kevin McConnell, Modular Buildings Ltd, commented: “Modular Buildings Ltd is both proud and excited to support young British racing talent and we can think of nobody better than Jordan King to partner with. His commitment and dedication to both the sport he clearly loves and his chosen charities is evident for all to see. He is a star in the making we’re sure and we wish him every success along that journey.”

King currently lies fifth in the table and is targeting third in the final weekend of the highly competitive series.