D’Station Racing has announced that Aston Martin BRDC Young Driver of the Year Award winner Tom Gamble will replace Ross Gunn at the Asian Le Mans Seri s season finale at Buriram.
Due to the clash with the newly-scheduled FIA WEC race at CoTA, Gunn, who drives the GTE Am class Aston Martin Racing Vantage, is unable to race in Thailand with the Japanese team.
Instead, Gamble will make his Asian Le Mans Series debut in the team’s #77 Vantage AMR GT3. The final weekend of the season is likely to be an important one for D’Station, as after winning the opening race at Shanghai last year, the team heads to Malaysia this weekend second in the championship and two points off leader Car Guy with two races to go.
Unfortunately, the GT class this weekend has taken a hit in numbers and is six cars strong, as both Team AAI and Astro Veloce Motorsports have had to withdraw from the final two rounds of the championship as many of their staff cannot make the trip due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.