Looking for a change in fortune in Austria

Thursday, July 09, 2015

Danish team Massive Motorsport return to the European Le Mans Series in Austria this weekend looking to score some points in their so far fruitless 2015 endeavours.

Having crashed out of the lead at the opening round at Silverstone back in April and then losing a large percentage of track time at the next round at Imola in May because of technical issues the team will be hoping that the 4hour race at the Red Bull Ring will be their turning point in fortune.

Going into Round 3 the team's Aston Martin V12 Vantage GTC shall at least benefit from a positive change in the Balance of performance criteria that has just been announced for all GTC competitors. The Vantage shall now benefit from a 20kg weight reduction in minimum weight compared to that imposed on the car at Imola.

The GTC class shall again feature five cars out of the twenty nine car entry for the event. With the ELMS cars supporting the World Series by Renault showcase event free practice will again be limited to two 90 minute sessions either side of lunch on Saturday, with qualifying on Sunday morning before the green flag lap for the race at 13:30hrs local on Sunday afternoon.

Photo credits - ELMS
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