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There could be as many as five or six new GT2 supercars ready to race by the second half of next year, according to class instigator Stephane Ratel.
Maxime Martin has become the fifth factory Aston Martin driver to sign up to race in the British GT championship in 2018.
Aston Martin factory racer Darren Turner will race in the British GT championship this season with the returning Beechdean AMR squad.
The #59 Garage 59 duo of Akhil Rabindra and Dean Macdonald scored another GT4 Silver Cup podium in the second round of British GT championship at Rockingham.
Akhil Rabindra secured a podium finish in his class during the opening round of British GT championship at Oulton Park.
Single-seater convert Akhil Rabindra has cited lower competing cost and increasing opportunities in GT racing as the two central reasons behind his move to the British GT series.
Beechdean Aston Martin's GT3 success at Donington has seen Scotsman Jonny Adam become British GT champion for the first time as the team completed a clean sweep of the series' major categories.
The British GT championship concluded this afternoon in dramatic style as the Beechdean Aston Martin duo of Jonny Adam and Andrew Howard benefited from a race full of accidents to take an unlikely championship crown.
17-year-old Jamie Chadwick was happy to "unexpectedly" wrap up a record-breaking British GT4 crown with her teammate Ross Gunn after a tough Snetterton double-header.
Beechdean duo Jonathan Adam and Andrew Howard mastered the rainy conditions in race two at Snetterton to set up a close GT3 title showdown for the Donington finale.
Oman Racing Team duo Liam Griffin and Rory Butcher took their Aston Martin Vantage to the top in the first race of British GT's double-header.
Teenage duo Jamie Chadwick and Ross Gunn are close to making British GT history by being the youngest title holders in the series' history. Valentin Khorounzhiy spoke to the pair.
Ecurie Ecosse duo Alexander Sims and Marco Attard were victorious in British GT's two-hour race at Brands Hatch, establishing a solid lead in the standings with three races to go in 2015.
Gilles Vannelet and Adrian-Quaife Hobbs took the new-for-2015 McLaren 650S to its first British GT win at Silverstone, the second for VonRyan Racing in as many weekends.
A late drive-through penalty for a pitlane violation wasn't enough to stop Andrew Howard and Jonathan Adam dominating the second British GT race at Oulton Park in their Beechdean Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage.