FIA World Sportscar Champions Aston Martin announced today that their Prodrive run Aston Martin Racing division will commit to the globe-trotting FIA World Endurance Championship for a further five years.
The announcement, made at the Geneva International Motor Show, ensure’s the British marque’s presence in the WEC through to 2021.
The Gaydon based supercar manufacturer has been a part of the series since its inception in 2012, and last year won the GT Drivers’ title with Nicki Thiim and Marco Sorensen.
This year AMR will again field two GTE-Pro V8 Vantages and a single entry in GTE-Am. The team has taken 31 class wins over the past five years including eight last season.