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Beechdean AMR Raise the Roof for Remainder of ELMS

Beechdean Aston Martin Racing (AMR) will be sporting a new roof livery for each of the remaining three rounds of the 2016 European Le Mans Series (ELMS). The #99 Aston Martin Vantage V8 GTE car currently lies second in the European Le Mans Series GTE standings. Beechdean AMR have run two liveries in ELMS. The car started with its classic dark blue livery at Silverstone and Imola. Beechdean AMR then switched up to a metallic blue livery, which was showcased at 24 hours of Le Mans. The new metallic blue livery was seen for the first time in ELMS at the Red Bull Ring in Austria and will be the livery going forward for the remainder of the season. The team...

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Beechdean AMR Take GT4 Spoils at Snetterton

Multiple British GT Championship winning squad, Beechdean Aston Martin Racing (AMR) enjoyed a successful weekend in the sunshine at the Snetterton 300 circuit. The team competed in the seventh and eighth round of the 2016 British GT championship, in what was the penultimate event of the season. Jack Bartholomew and Aston Martin Racing factory driver Ross Gunn drove in the title challenging #407 Aston Martin Vantage V8 GT4 car. Gunning for its third straight GT4 championship win, the duo took second in the seventh round and a win in the eighth round. The pairing were close to making it a double victory at Snetterton, with Gunn falling short of only 0.360 seconds in the first race. In race two the #407...

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Beechdean AMR Set for Snett

Multiple British GT Championship winning squad Beechdean Aston Martin Racing (AMR), will look to take on their rivals at Snetterton this weekend (6th and 7th August), for the seventh and eighth round of the 2016 British GT Championship. Following a week of several team announcements; that included the withdrawal of the #1 Beechdean AMR Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3 car, the team will field two Aston Martin Vantage V8 GT4 cars at Snetterton. The East Anglia based race circuit will feature two hotly contested British GT one hour races. The two races will be on the 4.779 KM Snetterton 300 layout, a configuration that has two long straights as well as a tight in field section, proving beneficial to cars...

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Further Changes for Beechdean AMR in British GT

  Following the announcement that the GT3 will not be competing at Snetterton, further update about the team and other changes have now come to light. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond his control Jordan Albert has decided to retire early from the season, leaving British GT and Beechdean AMR. Albert drives the Beechdean Aston Martin Vantage V8 GT4 car and makes up one half of the pairing, who are currently leading the Silver Cup driver standings and are second in the British GT GT4 drivers’ championship. The duo, who have had a successful debut season so far have impressed the team with their professional attitude and skill. The young driver, who has shown great potential and talent and a true dedicated...

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Beechdean AMR GT3 Withdraws from Snetterton

Beechdean AMR had a difficult weekend at Spa Francorchamps on the 8th and 9th of July, with the GT3 retiring after a collision with a European GT4 car in the early stages of the race. The crash which took place during the first lap caused significant damage to the car.  The consequences of the collision mean that the Beechdean Aston Martin Vantage V12 GT3 car will not be taking part in the race at Snetterton. Beechdean AMR who are the current champions, have a long history in British GT and have not missed a race in the last five years. The decision to miss  Snetterton has not been taken lightly and is devastating for a team who have been committed...

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