United Autosports take both of its championship challenges to the Netherlands as the British GT Championship and the European Supercar Challenge Championship heads to Zandvoort.
Mark Patterson and Matt Bell sit just 16 points off the British GT Championship lead with their Audi R8 LMS, while Jim and Glynn Geddie look to close the 13-point gap to the European Supercar Challenge leaders in their McLaren MP4-12C. A strong result for the Geddies, following two DNFs at Assen, could see them back at the top of the championship standings.
“We are really looking forward to heading to Zandvoort,” said Managing Director and Co-Owner of United Autosports, Richard Dean. “It will be a busy weekend with running in two championships, but we are hoping for great results for both our championship contenders. Both cars have been running really well all season so we don’t see any reason for that to change now.”
Zandvoort hosts the penultimate round of the British GT Championship, while the European Supercar Challenge still has two rounds to complete the season.