Aston Martin is committed to the WEC to 2021


Aston Martin has announced that it will continue in the WEC by five
, thus expanding its commitment to the World of Resistance to
2021. The british manufacturer, who has been faithful to the series since its inception in
the year 2012, tiene the difficult task of defending the title of the GT drivers
reached the last season, Nicky Thiim and Marco Sorensen. This announcement, which
has taken the occasion of the features of Aston Martin at the Auto show
Geneva, reinforces the sports betting brand in which it is to this day
its flagship programme.

The trajectory of Aston Martin in the WEC has been plagued by
, despite competing with an Aston Martin Vantage every time more ancient
in relation to the Ferrari 488 GTE, the Ford GT or the new Porsche 911 RSR. With
all, the ‘Balance of Performance’ has allowed the veteran car of the
british firm still fighting for wins, to the point that Aston
Martin Racing has joined a total of 31 wins class in GTE-Pro and GTE-Am,
eight of them during the last season
. Despite these numbers, it is not unreasonable to
to think that the relationship five years signed by Aston Martin, include the
development of a new AWG.

Be that as it may, ahead of the season 2017, Aston Martin
Racing will field a total of three vehicles
. Within the class GTE-Pro, the
Aston Martin Vantage GTE #95 will be piloted by the current championships Nicki
Thiim and Marco Sorensen
, while in unit #97 uploaded Jonny Adam and
Darren Turner
. For its part, the GTE-Am, the mark will only count with a
car full-time in the WEC, for the iconic trio formed by
Paul Dalla Lana, Pedro Lamy and Mathias Lauda. The Aston Martin #98 of these three
pilots scored five victories over the last season.