Seeing double in the Massive AMR at Mugello

Friday, February 12, 2016

Having missed the opening headline 24 hour event of the 2016 FIA International Endurance Series in Dubai, Danish team Massive Motorsport have announced a four driver line for their opening race of the series in Mugello next month.

Continuing to race their Aston Martin Racing V12 Vantage GT3 that they did in last years European Le Mans Series the team have already confirmed that they would switch over to the Creventic 24H Series having learned that the ACO would be dropping the GTC class at the end of 2015.

Their 2016 upgraded SP6 class (GT3) car will again be driven by their ex. ELMS line up of Caspar Elgaard, Simon Moller and Kristian Poulsen who will now also be joined by Kristian's younger brother Roland.

He has raced Porsche's for a number of years in various Danish and German series under the Poulsen Motorsport banner and he is also no stranger to the Creventic Series having finished on the podium at Dubai in 2014.

One problem with the Poulsen brothers will be identifying which one is which when the both have their helmets on - they're very similar designs!!


The 12Hours of Mugello will be over the weekend of the 18-19th March. At this moment in time, no other Aston Martin entry is being listed including that of the Speedworks car of John Gilbert and Devon Modell who suffered their first DNF of their series career in Dubai last month.

Other entries of note would include that of Roald Goethe and Stuart Hall continuing their 24H experience with Ram Racing again but also the names of Christopher Kemp, Thomas Black and Angelos Metaxa, names normally more associated with the team name Vantage Racing and an Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 this time driving a Leipert Motorsport  Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo in the SPX Class!

Photo credits - Massive Motorsport / Poulsen Motorsport

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