The Aston Martin GT4 Challenge of Great Britain series is offering potential competitors the opportunity to try out the latest Vantage GT4 at Prodrive’s proving ground on 27 February.
2013 is the fourth season of the GT4 Challenge and is already set to have the largest grids to date. The GT4 Challenge is a unique opportunity for drivers of all abilities to compete in the latest Aston Martin race cars in endurance events on some of the best circuits in the UK and Europe, including Silverstone, Spa, Brands Hatch, Donington, Snetterton and Oulton Park.
Competitors race head-to-head in Aston Martin Vantage GT4s with 445 bhp engines, paddle-shift transmissions and the aero kit with front splitter and carbon rear wing. The cars are powerful and easy to drive with a 50:50 weight balance and driver aids such as race developed ABS and traction control. At the UK circuits, the series also takes prime position in the paddock with our exclusive Aston Martin VIP Race Centre for drivers and their guests to relax between sessions and separate garages for all competitors.
There are many options to be a part of the series from entering your own Vantage GT4, arrive & drive with an Aston Martin Racing Partner Team or by taking the full driver training package with Aston Martin Racing through which you can learn how to race, pass your race licence and compete in your first GT4 Challenge event. A payment of £250 + vat is required to secure a drive. This is non-refundable but can be redeemed against a 2013 GT4 Challenge entry.
Learn more about the GT4 Challenge at: www.astonmartin.com/gt4challenge
To register your interest and apply to test the Vantage GT4, please contact:
Sonia Mistry, Aston Martin Racing
T: +44 (0) 1676 536 111 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aston Martin Racing is the motorsport arm of Aston Martin. In 2013, it will contest the FIA World Endurance Championship with its Vantage GTE. It also has customer teams competing in major championships around the world in its Vantage GT4, GT3 and GTE cars, which all share a bonded aluminium chassis and fundamental engine design with Aston Martin's road-going V8 Vantage.