Aditya Patel to race International GT Open

    The Chennai-born racer will be piloting an Audi R8 LMS in the European championship.

    Published On Apr 30, 2014 08:19:00 PM

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    Aditya Patel to race International GT Open

    Indian race driver Aditya Patel has confirmed that he will be driving in the International GT Open series this year with Team Novadriver.

    The Chennai-born racer will be piloting an Audi R8 LMS in the European championship which has tracks like Nurburgring, Hungaroring, Silverstone, Spa and Monza on its eight-weekend calendar.

    Patel who raced in the ADAC GT Masters in Germany last year is all set for the first race this weekend at Nurburgring.

    “It’s great to be racing for Team Novadriver in the International GT Open series. The team is highly reputed and have many championships under their belt, while the series also attracts some of the best GT and Formula car drivers from around the world", said Patel.

    "Being my second year racing GT cars, I am really looking forward to some good results and experience with the team", he added.

    International GT Open season calendar

    Round 1    Nurburgring           04 May
    Round 2    Portimao                08 June
    Round 3    Jerez                       22 June
    Round 4    Hungaroring          06 July
    Round 5    Silverstone             20 July
    Round 6    Spa                          07 Sep
    Round 7    Monza                      28 Sep
    Round 8    Barcelona               19 Oct


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