Bullitt Racing help out with the AMR Drivers Academy process in Spain

Monday, November 21, 2022


With the European GT racing season long since over and us having shamelessly forgotten all about this again, it appears that the 2022 Aston Martin Racing Drivers Academy process is now also coming towards its natural conclusion with a collective GT3 test in Barcelona today.

Utilising the services of the locally based Bullitt Racing team and their AMR Vantage GT3 had a number of driver candidates step up from their Vantage GT4 programmes of this year for a GT3 test around the Circuit de Catalunya, all under the watchful eye of AMR factory, Bullitt Racing driver and former Academy winner Valentin Hasse-Clot.

Originally starting out with over twenty young drivers within the process, a number of drivers were unfortunately lost along the way seemingly leaving this top half dozen to undertake this test in Spain to help the panel of judges determine the eventual winner.

Proudly posing alongside the team’s black and red GT3 had both Phil and Ben Dorr (ADAC GT4 Germany), Konstantin Lachenauer (GT4 European), Josh Miller and Jamie Day (British GT) and Romain Leroux (ADAC GT4 Germany) undertake what was for some of them, their first GT3 test.

What comes of this test both in terms of determining the winner of the AMR Drivers Academy process and moving forward into 2023 is obviously yet to be determined.

Photo credits – Bullitt Racing
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