Another busy weekend of AMR customer racing coming right back at you!

Tuesday, June 14, 2022


Still catching our breath since the conclusion of last Sundays 24 Hours of Le Mans has us already looking forward to another plethora of series involving many more teams powered by Aston Martin Racing GT3 and GT4 (and a few in-between) race cars for this coming weekend.

On a sad note, this weekend’s visit by the GT Open and GT Open Cup Series to Spa Francorchamps will now not involve the local Street Art Racing team as prior business arrangements again keeps Pascal Bachmann and his colourful AMR Vantage GT3 away from the track. 

The team’s AMR Vantage GT4 crew will also not be in attendance at the supporting GT Open Cup Series second round of the season for drivers Julien Darras and Jahid Fazal-Karin 

The British Endurance Championship competes at Silverstone again this weekend with what will be their fourth round of the season. With no entry list presently available, it is envisaged that season regulars including the #6 Venture Aston Martin Vulcan and the AMR Vantage GT4 crews of #50 T7 Motorsport, #68 Team Brit and (possibly again) the #33 Infinity Racing will again be competing - all now confirmed on this this weekends entry list

After a disappointing round last time out at Snetterton, the #68 are now tied on 77 points with the #50 car, but both just six points off the lead of the performance adjusted championship.

The New Zealand North Island Endurance Series hosts its final round of the season from Hampton Downs with the #91 Race Lab prepared Vantage GT3 of John Penny and Ronan Murphy looking to improve upon their P6 average finish within the previous two three-hour rounds before.

Back across to Italy and the second round of the DTM Trophy Series takes place from Imola this weekend with another expected grid of twenty GT4 cars competing with single drivers.

The two Team Speed Monkey entered cars of Jacob Riegel and Nick Hancke will both be back this weekend after both drivers showed distinct pace last time out at the Lausitzring despite the results of the two opening races not necessarily showing that with just one P4 in race one for Hancke and Riegel being literally knocked off track whilst fighting for a podium position in race two.

That leaves the hefty race programmes from the GT America, GT4 America and GT World Challenge America Series as all reunite again the circuit of Virginia International Raceway for their third round of their respective series.

As already revealed, six AMR Vantage GT4 drivers are scheduled to compete within the two GT America races, whilst seven crews will compete within the pit stop/ driver change punctuated GT4 America races. Looking at the entry, the difference being the #55 car of Moisey Uretsky joining into the GT4 America Series for the first time with co-driver Justin Piscitell.

The #12 Ian Lacey prepared AMR Vantage GT3 for drivers Frank Gannett and Drew Staveley completes the trilogy of SRO America series as they again compete within the twenty strong GT World Challenge America Series entry list.

Its certainly going to be another busy one!!

Photo credits - GT Open / Steve Jackman / NIES / GT America
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