Five become six (maybe more) AMR Vantage GT4's (so far) confirmed so far ahead of GT4 European Series opener (UPDATED)

Wednesday, March 31, 2021


The GT4 European Series today finally confirmed their expected full season entry list today ahead of a six round season that starts at Monza in just two week’s time.

Initially hoping to match or even out strip their sister FFSA GT4 Series, the European Series today confirms five Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT4 runners from two familiar teams, although the list did omit all the driver’s names.

The AGS Events Racing Team again take the bull by the horns with another four-car entry (to match their commitments to their national FFSA GT4 Series) with only two crews being so far identified by the team.

Cesar Gazeau and Konstantin Lachenauer were the first two young guns identified by the team as moving up to GT4 racing for the first time and they will be joined by the pairing of Akhil Rabindra and Hugo Conde. Rabindra stays with the team but swaps back to the European Series having battled hard in the FFSA Series last season without success. Conde steps up from the FFSA Sprint Cup where he finished fourth in his Rookie year last season.

That obviously leaves two AGS Events cars with unidentified driver crews and class.

Joining these guys and returning to the series after a year’s sabbatical due to COVID is the Belgium based Street Art Racing who come back with a single car for their 2019 GT4 Am Champion Pascal Bachmann and a GT4 debuting Belgium racer Paul Theysgens. An inexperienced driver with Bachmann is no problem for the team of course after he guided an equally inexperienced GT driver Clement Seyler to the title.

This list misses out a number of other cars expected to be entered – particularly from the Swiss based R-Motorsport team after two late season entries last year but news elsewhere suggests that the team will also be sitting out 2021 as well.

With two weeks still remaining before the season start, only time will tell if any further entries will be accepted on a race-by-race basis.


Today saw French team Mirage Racing also confirm that on top of their already stated racing commitments within their national FFSA GT4 Series that they have now also placed an entry into the larger GT4 European Series with their AMR Vantage GT4.

One half of their Pro-Am FFSA GT4 crew Ruben del Sarte will be joined in their GT4 European Series endeavours by 2019 British GT GT4 Champion and AMR Drivers Academy winner Tom Canning. 

Not only this, but we also understand that todays announcement will not be the last from an Aston Martin Racing Customer/Partner team into the European Series pushing AMR car headcount to that of the FFSA GT4 Series.

Photo credits – GT4 European Series
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