An interesting array of cars at this weekends AMOC event at Snetterton

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Should you be in the UK over the weekend and strangely not be able to make it to the opening round of the new season of the World Endurance Championship (why not?) then perhaps you would like to make your way over to the Snetterton circuit in Norfolk for the penultimate round of this season's Aston Martin Owners Club racing.

Casting your eye down the provisional entry list for Saturday's activities on track you will see the usual GT4 'suspects' from Stratton Motorsport, Whitebridge AMR and Vantage Racing competing in the GT4 Challenge Race but it is those on either side of these entries that catches our eye.

Its been a long time since we have seen one of the former Marsh Plant Aston Martin V8 powerhouses from the 1970's race around a track and we have one of those due to compete in the Inter-marque Challenge alongside another AMR Vantage GT4.

Then, as Invitational entries into the GT Challenge race we will have Paul Whight and his former Villois Racing AMR Vantage GT2 out and about with Joe Hill joining him as well as the return of Gleb Stepanov's upgraded Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro with Stephen Tomkins. Maybe, that car will turn up still wearing its camouflage livery from the Gumball 300 charity run that it participated in earlier this year?

Could be interesting on track and a delight to listen to with some there tomorrow for private testing?

Photo credits - AMR / RLSI
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