Adam to pull double duty by combining Oulton Park and the Nurburgring 24 Hours
Jonathan Adam will do double duty across Europe this weekend, splitting his British GT duties with an assault on the Nurburgring 24 Hours.
As well as sharing his TF Sport-run Vantage GT3, Adam will also race a factory Aston Martin Racing-run machine with Fernando Rees, Mathias Lauda and Richie Stanaway in the German endurance showpiece.
Adam will spend much of the week in Germany for practice and qualifying around the Nordschleife, before flying back to Manchester Airport on Friday night ready to do practice and qualifying at Oulton Park.
Adam will miss the start of the N24H to do so, before flying back to Germany on Saturday evening ready to do the night and early morning stints with the factory team on Sunday while British GT observes Oulton Park’s silent day on Sunday. Adam will then fly back to Manchester after the N24H finishes on Sunday, ready for the two races on Monday.
“It will be hectic, but I’m feeling up for it,” said Adam. “With four of us sharing the Vantage GT3 in Germany it’s fine for me to miss the first few hours of the race and then jump in. I’ll be back in the UK at about 2300hrs on Sunday, so should be rested in time for British GT.”