If Aston Martin is not going to Force India, the indian team is going to the Aston Martin… at least a metaphorical way. With a cooling clear of the possibilities of the manufacturer in Formula 1, was born a new link of union. Sergio Perez will be the patron of the team TRG-Aston Martin Racing, a team of semi-official that will take part of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, a test that is celebrated between the days 30 and 31 January 2016. The training will compete in the category of GTD Aston Martin Vantage GT3 decorated with the logos of the sponsors usual ‘Checo’ Pérez.
TRG-Aston Martin is one of the formations most successful in the category of GT with 4 wins and 13 podiums, adding even a complete victory. With a very close relationship with Aston Martin north America, the team receives a dose of extra support with the presence of Sergio Perez at the level of a collaborator. The mexican driver ‘gives’ your sponsors in the formation and that has an impact in the presence of his brother, Antonio Perez, behind the wheel of the Aston Martin Vantage GT3. A model that will be sporting the logos of ‘Telcel’ and of the Secretariat of Tourism of Mexico, among others.
Antonio Perez, brother of ‘Czech’, was champion of the Super
V8 mexicans in 2015 and in his record it looks like the NASCAR Corona Series
Mexico in 2008. Telcel is one of its sponsors, in the same way
he also collaborates with Ricardo Pérez de Lara, another of the pilots of the
team. This mexican pilot has achieved among other things the title
of the Ferrari Challenge North America and the victory in the Ferrari
Challenge World Final 2014. He has also been champion of the Super Cup
SEAT León of Mexico on two occasions, in the seasons 2011 and 2013.
two other riders of the team are Santiago Creel and Lars Viljoen, the
single member non-mexican team. Creel has been a regular in the
Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge in north America, but has also played the
Pirelli World Challenge in 2015. Account with some experience in the
world of resistance after having played on two occasions 24
Hours of Dubai, with notable results in its category. Finally,
Lars Viljoen is a specialist in endurance races, all
after achieving numerous successes in karting, F3, and various
categories of GT in Europe. He also competed in the BTCC.