Aston Martin Racing unveiled the sketch of their latest GT2 racing car. It is designed to use either ordinary race fuel or E85 bio-ethanol, thanks to the successful engineering that was completed for the DBRS9 in 2007. Aston Martin is the only manufacturer that can offer cars in every GT racing category: GT1 â€“ DBR9; GT2 â€“ Vantage GT2; GT3 â€“ DBRS9; GT4 â€“ Vantage N24.
â€œThe new Vantage GT2 completes our product portfolio for 2008 with competitive cars now available in every categoryâ€ said Robin Brundle, Aston Martin Racing's new managing director. â€œThanks to our experience with the DBRS9, we have been able to develop a bio-ethanol fueled version, which will be eligible to compete in an increasing number of series now accommodating this greener fuel, including the American Le Mans Series.â€
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