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BGTC: Scuderia Ecosse news 2007-01-03

HAPPY CHRISTMAS SCUDERIA ECOSSE! Scuderia Ecosse will again be spending most of June in France this year as Father Christmas came early to Scotland with news of a confirmed Le Mans entry. The team is delighted to receive the entry as each ...

HAPPY CHRISTMAS SCUDERIA ECOSSE!

Scuderia Ecosse will again be spending most of June in France this year as Father Christmas came early to Scotland with news of a confirmed Le Mans entry. The team is delighted to receive the entry as each coveted grid slot is re-assessed every year and is by no means a certainty until publicly announced by the ACO.

After achieving a podium finish in 2006 the team will be out for the class win in 2007!

BRITISH GT CHAMPIONS TO APPEAR AT THE AUTOSPORT SHOW

Chris Niarchos and Tim Mullen are delighted to have been invited to appear on the main stage at Autosport International, the world's biggest motorsport show, on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 January. The champions will talk about their 2006 British GT win and their plans for 2007. The show runs from 11-14 January at the NEC in Birmingham.

RACING FOR CHARITY AT AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL

After wowing the crowds in the Live Action Arena at last year's Autosport Show, the Scuderia Ecosse drivers will be taking to rather smaller racing machines in 2007. Tim Mullen and Marino Franchitti will be racing in the charity kart race on Friday 12 January alongside ITV F1 presenter, Louise Goodman. The race is for charity but as always there will be a lot of pride at stake!

-credit: se

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Series GT , Blancpain Sprint
Drivers Marino Franchitti , Chris Niarchos , Tim Mullen