Jordan Albert signs with Beechdean
Reigning British GT GT3 and GT4 champions Beechdean AMR will return to the British GT championship in 2016 with promising young talents of Jordan Albert and his team mate Jack Bartholomew in the squads GT4.
With the British GT GT4 competition continuing to grow year on year, the 2016 grid is expected to be the championships biggest yet. Following on from two previous successful young driver partnerships, culminating in both the 2014 and 2015 outright GT4 titles, the Beechdean Aston Martin Racing team will field an updated Aston Martin Vantage GT4 car for the single seater graduates.
Silverstone based Jordan Albert has enjoyed two successful years in the British GT supporting series BRDC F4, taking 2 wins and 10 podiums from his time in the series. The 19 year old has tested the championship winning Beechdean AMR Aston Martin Vantage GT4 car in October, showing great potential before his debut season in the countries premier GT championship.
Jordan Albert said, "I'm extremely happy to be joining the Beechdean AMR team and racing in the British GT championship in 2016, they're proven Championship winners and with their support I'm aiming to be competitive right from the first round. I have tested the Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 car and immediately felt comfortable. As it is my first season in a GT car it's going to be a challenging year ahead but I am fully focused on the task. After racing for two years in single seaters I feel the time is right to make the switch to GT racing and have been working very hard to make this happen. I am also very happy to be racing alongside Jack Bartholomew, we raced against each other this year in the BRDC F4 championship and get on very well, I think we will make a very competitive partnership".
With Aston Martin Racing holding such a strong position in GT motorsport, this is the ideal environment for Jordan to expand his horizons and improve on his already formidable talents inside a proven, winning team. 2016 promises a lot, is expecting a lot, we won't find Jordan Albert waiting.
Jordan Albert – Final standing in the 2015 Duo BRDC F4 Championship
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