Other Aston Martin Racing news today

Friday, March 25, 2022

In other Aston Martin Racing customer and Partner news today saw Valentin Hasse-Clot confirmed as a fully signed up AMR works driver just ahead of start of his 2022 campaigns.

Unfortunately obscured within the news of Beechdean AMR’s driver line up confirmation ahead of their GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup that starts next weekend, saw the young Parisian and 2020 AMR Drivers Academy winner elevated in position from Junior driver to full works driver status within the AMR team in time for his FFSA GT4, GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup and Michelin Le mans Cup efforts this season.

Describing the news as a ‘life changing opportunity’, that news has only come about through his own hard work, determination and Championship winning successes in both the FFSA GT4 and GT4 European Series over previous season – congratulations!

Whilst that news was being briefed out earlier today, Hasse-Clot was back at racetrack in Belgium testing with his LMC teammates at Bullitt Racing around the Spa Francorchamps circuit.

Partnering Stephen Pattrick in the ACO rules series, their season starts in earnest in mid-April when their Prologue test precedes the opening round of the season at Paul Ricard.

Today also saw the first glimpses of PROsport Racing’s AMR Vantage GT3 that will race this weekend in the opening round of the Nurburgring Langstrecken Serie. Under the watchful eye of team driver coach Nico Verdonck, drivers Jean Glorieux and Maxime Dumarey are scheduled to race that car in the new Vantage GT3’s first full NLS season.

In the French FFSA GT4 Series, the Swiss based Racing Spirit of Lemans team also confirmed their second AMR Vantage GT4 driver line up with Ronald Basso and Sandro Perissouthi joining Romain Carton and Victor Weyrich in that series.

Finally, and back to Beechdean AMR who were busy shakedown testing their two AMR Vantage GT3’s at Silverstone today, just ahead of their journey down to Imola early next week for the opening round of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup.

Photo credits – FFSA / GTWCE / Beechdean / Social Media / Steve Jackman

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