Street Art Racing see out their GT Open and GT Open Cup Series from Barcelona this weekend

Wednesday, October 12, 2022


The Street Art Racing team entered into both the GT Open and GT Open Cup Series finish off another busy weekend of Aston Martin Racing customer racing this time around as they see out their respective seasons from the Circuit de Catalunya in Spain.

Having skipped rounds throughout the season due to prior business engagements for their gentleman drivers, the team returned to racing at the last round at Monza, a move that proved fruitful for Pascal Bachmann in his Vantage GT3 in the GT Open Series but rather painful for Jahid Fazal-Karim in his Vantage GT4 in the sister series.

For Bachmann, both rain and incident on track during Saturdays opener proved worthy of his efforts as he was able to sneak home a P3 finish in his GT3 Am class whilst Jahid suffered a high speed off during Free Practice that resulted in a slight ankle injury for him having rolled his green liveried car in the gravel trap.

Fortunately for him and co-driver Julien Darras, the team had a spare chassis for them to see out the race weekend – finishing both races, albeit lower down the order than had hoped which was more than what Bachmann was able to do on the Sunday having pitted from the race with a terminal technical issue.

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