Young Driver AMR: New outfit for the #7 Aston Martin DBR9

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Powder blue and orange, the colours of Gulf Oil, are among the most legendary colours in motorsport history. Young Driver AMR is proud to announce a partnership with Gulf Oil to sport these colours in the GT1 World Championship. The No. 7 Young Driver AMR-Aston Martin DBR9 of Alex Müller (GER) and Tomas Enge (CZE) will race in a blue and orange Gulf livery in the three final rounds of the GT1 World Championship, in the two China races in Ordos and Beijing and also in the final round in Argentina.

"I'm really happy about our partnership in the GT1 World Championship with such an iconic brand as Gulf", Young Driver AMR team principal Hardy Fischer says ahead of the first race of the GT1 World Championship in China. "The Aston Martin DBR9 is one of the most beautiful GT cars and the Gulf livery is a true legend, so this is a natural fit. It´s the first time a Gulf liveried car starts in the GT1 World Championship and I hope that will bring us big success!"

Young Driver AMR travels to China with one of the best results in team history under its belt. In the last round in France, Young Driver AMR finished second and third, which brought Young Driver AMR up to third place in the team championship, only 10 points behind the leaders with still three race to go. Mücke/Turner are fourth in the drivers championship, while Müller/Enge are fifth.
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