Notlad Racing AMR Vantage GT4 confirmed for IGTC at Indianapolis

Thursday, September 03, 2020

Today saw the SRO reveal their Provisional entry list for their heavily revised second round of their 2020 Intercontinental GT Challenge Series from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in just under a months time.

Another Series heavily affected by the global pandemic after their opening round at Bathurst way back in early January, they later saw subsequent rounds both postponed and/or eventually cancelled and that lead to a situation where they now have two quick fire rounds on either side of the Atlantic before ultimately concluding their season in South Africa in December.

Due the new world of motorsport that has come about as a direct result of COVID-19, todays entry list only shows twenty two entries spread between the GT3/GT4 classes and does unfortunately not include any entry from the Garage 59 Aston Martin Racing Team.

Listed at the start of the season as a full season and manufacturer supported entry that the Series requires, Garage 59 have elected not to attend the North American round of the now four round season for reasons that we believe including the race's proximity to the Spa 24hr event just three weeks later where we do expect them to make a return.

With that disappointment, the Provisional entry list did however include the Notlad Racing with Rennsport One AMR V8 Vantage GT4 of SRO GT4 America racers Matt Dalton and Pat Gallagher. With them having swapped to the AMR platform for the 2020 season, that team have had some bad luck in the season so far but have most recently been rewarded for all their hard work and determination with a class podium at their latest round of racing from Road America last weekend. They are due to be joined by a Jonathon Taylor for the eight hour event.

From this news we assume that the Rennsport One supported #33 car entry into the IGTC will be in lieu of their usual GT4 America commitments, a series that will also be at the IMS for the concluding rounds of their Sprint and Sprint X series that weekend.

Photo credits - RS1 / Garage 59 / GT4 America

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