Many changes in the AMR line up ahead of GT4 European Series first visit to Hockenheim

Monday, August 29, 2022

 

It’s still eleven Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 crews expected at the next round of the GT4 European Series from Hockenheim this weekend but with just with ‘one or two’ changes along the way to keep us on our toes about things!!

As per the recently published entry list the differences are: -

· #5 Racing One Team Spirit Racing – no longer Kenton Kock/Thijmen Nabuurs – now Nico Hantke plus Will Tregurtha in Silver Cup

· #6 Racing One – Moritz now not with brother Vincent Gisy – now Ralf Kelleners in Silver Cup

· #7 AGS Events – FFSA GT4 crew mates Mike Parisy and Nicolas Gomar return to the European Series

· #58 Mirage Racing – enter their new GT4 crew of Ruben Del Sarte and Paul Aural-K├Ânig

· #80 AGS Events – Tom Verdier is now joined by team FFSA racer Loris Cabirou after Del Sarte moved to Mirage Racing



That leaves the remaining #18 Racing One, #10 and #19 Racing Spirit of Lemans, both Prosport Racing and the #89 AGS Events full season crews remaining constant going into this penultimate round of the season in Germany.



The Racing One team has been chopping and changing their line ups as the season has progressed, whether we see Koch and Nabuurs back in the car together again this season is yet to be seen whilst the AGS Events team has been forced to make changes following a rationalisation in crews within the team anyway followed by the departure of Del Sarte to the Mirage team ahead of this round.



With these changes in mind, in Silver Cup it remains the #10 crew of Gus Bowers/Konstantin Lachenauer and the #24 Prosport crew of Mike David Ortmann/Hugo Sasse anywhere in contention within that class some thirty points plus now behind the leading Mercedes crew whilst Julien Lambert and Wilfried Cazalbon remain very much in contention within their Am Class rivals – now just seven points behind and four races remaining. It is also a similar story within the respective Teams Championship’s for the above drivers.



This event will be the first time that the GT4 European Series has visited the German circuit so will be a learning curve for all concerned.

Photo credits – Series / Teams

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