More drivers, teams join GT4 grid
With more and more teams joining in, GT4 European Series takes shape. The current PRO-champions of Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport will try to defend their European title this year with two Bmw M3 GT4 cars.
Lechner Racing will prepare a Lotus Evora for the 20-year-old Austrian Fabian Lauda. The participation in GT4 European Series is part of the Lechner Racing School program, where the Lechner racing family helps young drivers to develop themselves. Lauda is Austrian GT4 endurance champion and will be driving solo. A second car from Lechner follows likely.
Liesette Braams enrolled herself as first female racing driver and will drive a Bmw M3 for Las Moras Racing Team. Braams is familiar with the car brand, as she became seventh overall (amongst 259 participants) and best woman in the Bmw Sports Trophy. Rob Severs will be her teammate and he has already experience in racing GT4, as he drove a Lotus Evora last year.