Rearden prepare for final Winter Invitational run out before season starts ###UPDATED###

Thursday, February 06, 2020

Utah based Rearden Racing will be looking to maintain their winning record as the SRO GT4 America Series sees out their Winter Invitational at The Thermal Club in California again this weekend.

Having entered their first brand new Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT4 at the opening round of this three round amateur driver only series just prior to Christmas, their 2019 GT4 Sprint X West Am Championship winning driver Jeff Burton opened his AMR driving account with two wins out of two in his black and red #91 car.

That event was followed up with then two new Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT4's being entered for the second round in mid January where Burton was joined by Dimitri Novikov in his own white and green #29 AMR Vantage GT4 and over the course of that weekend, Burton and Novikov won a race a piece.

This weekends final round of the Winter invitational is the final chance for these amateur drivers to settle in with the teams and cars ahead of the opening round of the GT4 America Series itself in just under four weeks time from the Circuit of the Americas at Austin, Texas.

It has also come to light since the last round of the series, the team (or at least a driver within the team) has secured the purchase of another AMR Vantage GT4 from AMR North America's strategic partner CSJ Motorsport and that takes their GT4 sales tally over the winter months to four cars in the SRO GT4 America Series alone.

We have been told that we may have to be patient to see if this new owner turns up to race at this final meeting before the full season gets down to business later next month.


We have since had it confirmed that Rearden Racing's driver Paul Terry will now also be at this final Winter Invitational event with his new AMR Vantage GT4

Photo credits - GT4 America

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