#TeamAMR reigns supreme as Prosport Racing help out Bullitt Racing after their LMC accident

Thursday, April 14, 2022


Following theme of good news for one of our Aston Martin Racing teams that we learn of some reassuring news from another after a week of short-term adversity that has turned good for them thanks to a load of good old-fashioned generosity and inter-teamwork.

Testing at the Circuit Paul Ricard yesterday, we learned of an on-track collision for the #99 Bullitt Racing Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT3 of Stephen Pattrick and Theo Nouet that left their car with extensive front end damage.

Thanks to the efforts of many within the paddock and in the media centre, whilst struggling to acquire the spares parts needed to be able to compete at this weekend’s opening round of the Le Mans Cup, the team was introduced to the Prosport Racing team in Germany who were more than happy to help a stablemate in need with an extensive parts catalogue available of their own.

With parts from the Prosport Nurburgring workshop already in France and being fitted, the Spanish based Bullitt Racing team are predicting a robust return to the LMC track action that starts again tomorrow as they look to recreate the third fastest in class pace that they showed during the Prologue test before the incident.

Take a bow PROsport Racing, Nico Verdonck and Dailysportscar.com

Photo credits - Team
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