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The Racers Group has announced it has signed James Davison to campaign its Aston Martin V12 Vantage for the Pirelli World Challenge’s season-opening race at St. Petersburg, Fla.
Sørensen/Thiim/Turner finish fifth in the GTE Pro class
Fifth start of Young Driver AMR at the 24 hours of Le Mans
Plans two-car full factory effort at Daytona and Sebring
Derek DeBoer and Jason Alexandridis are returning from their 2015 partial season campaign to drive the V8 Vantage in 2016.
This will be the first time in history that an Aston Martin or a female driver could potentially win a major North American championship.
The team will be fielding three Aston Martin Vantage race cars including IMSA GTD points leader Christina Nielsen driving the #7 Royal Purple/Orion V12 Vantage in the GTA class.
The Sonoma Raceway event is always special for TRG-AMR as it is the team’s home track.
Christina Nielsen and her teammate Kuno Wittmer finish 2nd in GTD class at Tudor Continental Tire Road Race Showcase.
TRG-AMR currently stand second in the TUDOR United Sportscar Series series and have their sights set on capturing the lead.
It was Christina Nielsen’s debut at the Mid-Ohio circuit and she put in a stellar driving performance.
TRG-Aston Martin Racing drivers captivated the crowd in Lakeville, CT
Aston Martin Racing works drivers crossed the line in fourth place overall and third in the PRO class.
As usual, GT-Daytona leads with 19 entries.
Christina Nielsen has joined TRG-AMR team for the entire 2015 Pirelli World Challenge GT season
Max Riddle is the second full-season driver to be announced for the California-based squad.
TRG-AMR to team Nielsen with James Davison for 2015.
Things did not end will for the TRG-AMR team at Road Atlanta.