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ProMotorsport to return in 2010

ProMotorsport to run a two-car entry in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship
ProMotorsport has confirmed that it plans to return to the Avon Tyres British GT Championship in 2010.

The Scottish outfit is set to run a brace of Nissan 350Zs in the GT4 class, with one being the car previously raced by the team in the series and a second car currently in build at the team's Lanark base.

Derek Palmer Jr, Rick Pearson and Faithless singer Maxi Jazz will all drive during the season with a fourth driver still to be confirmed.

"Maxi will not be available for all the rounds but he intends to do most of them," team boss Derek Palmer Sr said. "The new 'short weekend' format of the championship is great for us and the tracks are perfect."



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December 01, 2009 4:13 PM

Wow thats really good, I wonder if Pro-motorsport will be paying their outstanding bills from 2008/2009? At least we know where to come to collect the parts.



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