TF Sport confirm a continuing double programme for Hartshorne and Co in both ALMS and ELMS

Monday, January 10, 2022


With the team presently busy setting up to compete in this weekend’s running of Creventic’s 24H Series Dubai 24hr had UK based team TF Sport confirm earlier today yet another of their multiple 2022 race programme driver line ups – this time those competing within both the Asian Le Mans Series and European Le Mans Series.

As suggested to back at the final double header of the World Endurance Championship in Bahrain, today seen formal confirmation that their 2021 gentleman driver customer John Hartshorne will return to the Sussex based team again for another season of GT3 and GTE racing in the two ACO sanctioned series.

After the team’s Dubai 24hr endeavours will be the four now officially confirmed dates of the ALMS in which Hartshorne will again compete in one of Tom Ferrier’s Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT3’s alongside a new line up of both Jonny Adam and Henrique Chaves.

Kicking off the ALMS season at the very circuit that they are racing at this weekend in Dubai will see that series start in just a month’s time, racing over both the 12th and 13th February before concluding just a week later over the weekend of the 19th and 20th of February at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.

Presumably following a continuing desire to compete again at the highest level in GTE at the 24 Hours of Le Mans later in June, Hartshorne and co will also be competing in the 2022 European Le Mans Series with a TF Sport prepared AMR Vantage GTE, like he did last season with co drivers Ollie Hancock and Ross Gunn in ELMS and with Charle Eastwood in ALMS.

Today’s announcement is in addition to the #69 Oman Racing AMR Vantage GT3 entry that TF Sport have already confirmed for the Asian Le Mans Series and takes AMR’s representation down to possibly four cars after Garage 59’s two car entry each swapped over to the McLaren 720s chassis over Christmas.

TF Sport’s expected continuing racing partnership with D’Station Racing in the ALMS and beyond is yet to be confirmed.

Photo credits – ALMS / ELMS / Team
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