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Steller Motorsport to run GT4 Audi in British GT

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Steller Motorsport will run an Audi R8 LMS in the GT4 class of the 2021 Intelligent Money British GT Championship.

It follows a GT3 campaign in 2020 with the higher-spec Audi, which cannot be repeated due to the championship’s outlawing of Silver Cup entries in the GT3 class for this year.

The team’s 2020 line-up of Sennan Fielding and Richard Williams remains unchanged, but will compete with the likes of Aston Martin, BMW and Toyota for GT4 honours this year.

Steller’s last win came in the GT4 class at the 2019 season finale at Donington Park, capping off a season where the only other points the team scored came at Snetterton.

In retaining a Silver Cup driver line-up but moving down from GT3, Steller have one of the strongest outfits to challenge for the GT4 title on paper.

The 2021 Intelligent Money British GT Championship begins at Brands Hatch on 22/23 May, supported by the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship.

The Checkered Flag will be keeping you up-to-date with the latest from both series’ throughout 2021.

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