It will not only be in the LMP2 class that TF Sport will fight in the approaching Asian Le Mans Series. After announcing the line-up of the Oreca 07 Gibson #90, in fact, the team also reveals its participation in the GT3 class of the Asian Le Mans Series 2023/2024 with a well-known formation: it will be Jonny Adam, Ben Tuck and John Hartshorne who will defend the team's colours in the Asian campaign.
The crew, which comes from a full ELMS 2023 season spent together, will race in the 4 Hours of Sepang 2023 (1 - 3 December 2023), in the 4 Hours of Dubai (2 - 4 February 2024) and in the 4 Hours of Abu Dhabi (9 - 11 February 2024) in the #95 Aston Martin Vantage GT3, ready to hit the track in its flashy red and white livery.
With 23 cars ready to fight on track it will be a tough battle throughout the championship, but we are sure our #95 crew is ready to give it their all from the start in Sepang!
Jonny Adam, TF Sport Platinum Driver:
“I am looking forward to rejoining TF Sport with the Aston Martin Vantage GT3 and our ELMS crew from 2023, John and Ben. The Asian Le Mans Series is a great championship and with the GT3 platform, as in previous years, the grid is of high quality in GT. John has improved again from the 2023 season and with Ben's speed we hope to get competitive results”.
Ben Tuck, TF Sport Silver Driver:
“I'm really happy to be staying with the same crew that we had last season in the ELMS with TF Sport: with Jonny and John, we worked well together! At this time of year I usually wait months and months to get back in the car, so I'm really excited to be able to keep fit over the winter and go to tracks I've never been to before! Not to mention the warmer temperatures compared to the UK...”.
John Hartshorne, TF Sport Bronze Driver:
“I am really excited to be back with TF Sport and Aston Martin for another Asian Le Mans Series campaign. Also, I am excited to drive the 95 again with the super talented pair of Jonny Adam and Ben Tuck”.
Tom Ferrier, TF Sport Director:
“It is great to welcome our ELMS line-up to the Asian Le Mans Series for this season. As a line-up they have grown more and more in terms of pace, so we are confident they will do well in Malaysia”.