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Brunswich takes delivery of Aston Martin.

Brunswick Automotive is to make the move into the Avon Tyres British GT Championship for the 2009 season after taking delivery of a GT4-spec Aston Martin N24 for the season ahead.

The team will run an ex-Jetalliance Racing car during the 2009 campaign, with the machine being the same one used by Niki Meyer-Meinhoff to secure victory in the FIA European GT4 Championship race at Silverstone back in May.

No drivers have yet been named for the season ahead with the team currently seeking suitable drivers to fill the seats in the car.

As well as the Aston Martin, the team has also sourced a brace of BMW 130i cars which it intends to use in a range of endurance races around Europe.


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