AMR powered racing round ups for this weekends events

Tuesday, April 30, 2024


In this race packed weekend ahead, three more Aston Martin Racing powered crews will also participate within their elective race series, and that’s on top of the six series already listed.

Recently, we have been reading about British racer Charlie Fagg rejoining the Japanese based D’Station Racing AMR team as they sort out some of their driver clashes with their factory driver Marco Sorensen.

For this weekend and for all following WEC/Super GT date clashes moving forward, the Brit will join both Sorensen and Tomonobu Fujii within the teams Super GT entry at their home round of Fuji Speedway this weekend and will replace the Dane for the further diary clashes as they prioritise their World Endurance Championship hopes with the factory driver.

Just one round into their Super GT Series return, the #777 AMR Vantage GT3 crew presently rest fifth within the GT300 Teams Championship.

Also racing for the first time this season over in the Far East will be the opening rounds of the Thailand Super Series from the Chang International Circuit.

Having seemingly lost the Viper Niza Racing team to Mercedes over the winter, it appears that the recently announced Team New Zealand Earl Bamber Motorsport entry of Graham Dowsett and Ananthorn Tangniannatchi will this year be the sole AMR entry with their older spec Vantage GT4.

Also racing together for the first time with be the Lazarus Corse AMR Vantage GT3 entry into the Italian GT Championship from Misano.

After something of a very long-winded introduction, the team recently confirmed that drivers Mattia Di Giusto and William Alatalo will be driving what is still an older generation 16A version of the Vantage GT3 a this opening round.

All completed their first test together at a race soaked Misano circuit only a couple of weeks ago and with driver crews getting ever more competent within the series, this will be a hard year for this young duo.

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