TF Sport will once again run two cars in the European Le Mans Series 2023.
The British team has slowly received higher and higher status at Aston Martin, running cars in Europe and USA, plus the rest of the world in the FIA World Endurance Championship, where they are the defending champions.
John Hartshorne and Jonny Adam will once again share car #95, just like they did in 2021 and 2022. They will have a new, young talent as their Silver-ranked driver.
British racer Ben Tuck is brand new in GTE racing, but has competed in GT4 and GT3 racing. He replaces Henrique Chaves, who has been upgraded to a Gold-ranked river in 2023.
The car competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2021, and they are naturally hoping to be invited again for the 2023 edition – but the battle for a starting position is extra hard this year, since a lot of teams want to compete in the 100-year centenary race in Le Mans.
The team announced Arnold and Maxime Robin plus Valetin Hasse Clot in the other car last month.
The European Le Mans Series 2023 starts at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on 23 April.