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Jack Aitken

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JACK AITKEN LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING BACK IN THE CAR AFTER EARLY SPA EXIT

The Spa 24 Hours didn’t go according to plan for up-and-coming British-Korean racer Jack Aitken, after he was involved in accident during the first hour of the race that left him in hospital with relatively minor injuries. Jack’s Lamborghini Huracan run by Emil Frey racing was part of a multiple car incident at the top … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN GETS READY FOR HIS BIGGEST ADVENTURE OF THE YEAR

British-Korean driver Jack Aitken gets ready this week for the biggest motorsport adventure of his season so far: the legendary Spa 24 Hours. One of the jewels in the crown of endurance racing, the Spa 24 Hours is also one of the hardest races in the world due to the unique nature of the track … Continue reading

ANOTHER STRONG SHOWING FOR JACK AITKEN AS GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE HITS MISANO

Jack Aitken recorded his first double top 10 finish of the season to collect more valuable points in the third Sprint Cup round of the GT World Challenge Europe season at Misano last weekend. The British-Korean driver came into the weekend off the back of his strongest Sprint Cup weekend to date at Zandvoort, narrowly … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN AIMING TO BUILD ON MOMENTUM AHEAD OF MISANO TRIP

Jack Aitken heads to the Italian circuit of Misano Adriatico this weekend as he continues his progression in the GT World Challenge Europe with Emil Frey Racing. The British-Korean driver will contest the third round of this year’s Sprint Cup season in the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo with renewed confidence, after taking his best finish … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN JUST MISSES GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE PODIUM IN BEST WEEKEND YET AT ZANDVOORT

Jack Aitken recorded the best finish of his GT racing career to date in the third round of the GT World Challenge Europe at Zandvoort in the Netherlands. The British-Korean driver, racing for the Swiss team Emil Frey Racing, produced a superb performance in the second one-hour race of the weekend to finish fourth overall, … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN BACK IN ACTION FOR GT SPRINT CUP RACES AT ZANDVOORT

Jack Aitken will continue his GT racing apprenticeship in the second round of the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup at Zandvoort in Holland this weekend. Coming off the back of another strong showing at Paul Ricard a fortnight ago, Jack hopes to finally achieve the result he and his Emil Frey Racing team-mates deserve … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN OUT OF LUCK BUT PRODUCES BEST GT PERFORMANCE YET AT PAUL RICARD

Jack Aitken stepped up his preparations for this summer’s jewel-in-the-crown Spa 24 Hour race with a promising, albeit unrewarded, second round of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup season at Paul Ricard. Coming into the weekend, the British-Korean driver was in confident mood, having put in a superb performance on his one-off return to … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN EXCITED FOR LONGEST GT RACE YET AT PAUL RICARD

Jack Aitken will take on the renowned 1000km of Paul Ricard this weekend in the second round of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup in what he hopes will deliver more success than the first outing at Monza last month. The British-Korean driver showed impressive pace on the opening weekend in Italy, qualifying the … Continue reading

JACK AITKIN SCORES FIRST GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE POINTS AT MAGNY-COURS

After a difficult opening GT World Challenge Europe round at Monza last month – where he didn’t get to drive, through no fault of his own – Jack Aitken finally got his season up and running with a promising first Sprint Cup race weekend of the year at Magny-Cours in France. Partnering with Endurance Cup … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN READY FOR ACTION AT GT WORLD CHALLENGE SPRINT CUP ROUND IN FRANCE

After a frustrating debut weekend at Monza where – through no fault of his own – he didn’t even get a chance to race in the opening Endurance round of the GT World Challenge Europe, Jack Aitken finally gets a chance to mix it with the best for the first Sprint Cup race at Magny-Cours … Continue reading

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