GMB Motorsport test out their AMR Vantage GTE in Spain ahead of their step up to the ELMS

Friday, November 25, 2022


Less than two weeks after the public announcement of their Aston Martin Racing Vantage GTE powered European Le Mans and 24 Hours of Le Mans plans for 2023 had the Danish GMB Motorsport team out in Spain testing their latest racing hardware.

Having won the GT3 Le Mans Cup Series with a Honda NSX saw the Casper Elgaard lead team confirm a transition to the AMR brand in time for the final year of GTE racing within ACO rules series for their GT3 winning crew.

Utilising the technical abilities of AMR factory driver, former World Endurance Championship GTE Pro winner and country-man Nicki Thiim together with the technical services of others from the Prodrive crew, saw the team conduct a multi-car, multi-series, multi-driver two-day test at the exclusive Circuit Mike G Guadix racetrack in southern Spain this week.

There, the team reported that designated drivers Kasper H Jensen, Gustav Birch and Jens Reno Moller all completed laps during the test with their what we understand to be a brand-new car, as well as getting further coaching input from Thiim away from the racetrack in advance of that.

The European Le Mans Series kicks off at the official Prologue test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona on the 20th April with the opening round of the season just three days later.

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