Three Astons amongst an entry of 160 cars for round three of the NLS this weekend

Thursday, April 21, 2022


Completing the German rounds of motorsport this weekend is (finger crossed again) in the Nurburgring Langstrecken Serie who hold their third round of their 2022 season around the infamous and notorious Nurburgring Grand Prix circuit and Nordschliefe combination.

With round two having been cancelled due to weather even before the day back at the end of March, this weekend we again expect to see a slightly loaded Aston Martin Racing partner and customer team participation as some within AMR circles prepare to think and prepare for the upcoming ADAC Total 24hr race due to run later in May.

As far as the NLS full season entries are concerned, we again see the #17 PROsport Racing AMR Vantage GT3 of Maxime Dumarey and Jean Glorieux who undoubtedly want to build upon the success of that car in the opening round after Nico Verdonck was called into action for an incapacitated Glorieux to claim a P14 in the full Pro class. This weekend, the #17 car is due to return to its GT3 Pro-Am class.

With us expecting not to see either of the team’s AMR Vantage GT4s in action at the NLS by virtue of two cars racing at the opening round of the ADAC GT4 Germany Series at Oschersleben this weekend, we do in fact see again the #176 SP10 classed GT4 of Guido Dumarey and Alex Walker in action in an obvious third car for the team. Last time out, the #176 claimed a P2 in class result at the end of NLS1 in March.

The additional AMR entry this weekend will of course be the TF Sport prepared GT3 Pro entry for drivers Marco Sorenson, David Pittard and Maxime Martin as the crew and team prepare for a full pseudo factory assault on the biggest prize in GT3 racing and one that has illuded the team for some years now at the 24 hours. None of those really need any introduction from us!!

Photo credits - Team
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