Just four Astons with a reduced headcount in this weekends FFSA GT4 visit to Val de Vienne

Wednesday, July 05, 2023


We are not too sure what’s happened in the FFSA GT4 Series recently, but this weekend’s fourth round headcount shows a noticeable downward turn in entries, including those from Aston Martin Racing powered teams as just thirty-two cars make the provisional entry list.

This weekend competing at the Vale de Vienne GT Festival, we will see just the pair of AMR Vantage GT4’s from both the AGS Events Racing and Racing Spirit of Lemans teams where ordinarily we would have expected entries from both Mirage Racing and GPA Racing too.

Why? We don’t know, as all these Aston Martin powered teams were also busy at last weekend’s GT4 European Series round at Spa Francorchamps and we cannot recall any issues with either Mirage or GPA Racing cars that would have stopped them entering this weekend.

Nevertheless, Clement Dub and Ronaldo Basso aboard the #74 with Victor Weyrich and Mateo Villagomez aboard the sister #92 Racing Spirit of Lemans return to the series after a hugely successful round for them all last time out at Dijon where the two crews scooped three podium finishes between them having already locked out the front row in the classes at the head of each hour-long race.

Nicolas Gomar and Hugo Bac and Christophe Carriere and Didier Dumaine return within the AGS Events team garage aboard the #89 and #98 cars respectively, again buoyed by their recent performances in class within the parallel GT4 European Series but where success has so far illuded them in this series.

We will see what this weekend delivers them this time around.


The #48 GPA Racing crew will not be in attendance after the damage sustained previously at Dijon has not proved repairable in time. 

Photo credits – Teams / Series



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