Rounding off this weekends Aston Martin Racing customer business

Friday, October 13, 2023


Tardy of us again as we only now complete the expected Aston Martin Racing powered customer team racing activity for this weekend alongside those already listed within the USA at Road Atlanta.

The Japanese Super Taikyu Series runs its penultimate round of the season as the multi-classed series undertake another three-hour round at Okayama.

See the D’Station Racing AMR Team Manager testing out the new ‘evo’ AMR Vantage GT3 earlier this week around Silverstone, his hasty retreat back home first made us hope that the teams Vantage GT3 crew will this time compete, but the provisional entry list saw not with just the Vantage GT8R down to run again.

Running in a two-car class, the #47 car featuring Tatsuya Hoshino, Max Orido, Kenji Hama and Jake Parsons are again in the business of trying to limit the so far dominant KTM crew from clinching the ST-1 class Championship.

With just two rounds remaining, the #47 crew really do need to beat the #2 KS Frontier KTM crew to have any championship potential at the season finale around the teams home track of Fuji at the end of November.

The weekend also sees the next round of the South African G&H Extreme Supercar Series run at the Zwartkops Raceway with Into Africa Racing again fielding their mighty AMR Vantage GT3 in the hands of Stuart White.

Last time out at Killarney, White managed to secure not just a race win but also the lap record around the circuit thanks to adjustments made to the car by the team and attending race engineers.

Finally, we have the final round of the British Endurance Championship at Donington Park this weekend which will now see two Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 teams do their thing.

The MKH Racing AMR crew of Peter Montague and Stuart Hall will be looking to round off their 2023 season in style whilst the Newbridge Motorsport team will debut within the Championship with AMR factory driver Tom Canning and Indian racer Humaira Mushtaq.

The #50 MKH Racing crew need to overcome a seventeen-point deficit to the #21 Venture Innovations Mercedes AMG GT4 crew at the end if they are to lift the GT4 crown.

Photo credits – Steve Jackman / social media

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