This season, while Marco Sørensen and Nicki Thiim are busy defending their GT Drivers title in the #95 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE, New Zealand's Richie Stanaway and Brazil's Daniel Serra are set to join the team for the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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The Brazilian has already turned a good number of hot laps in the car throughout an intensive development program with Dunlop, and both Serra and Stanaway will join the team's #97 and #95 crews respectively for the Six Hours of Silverstone and Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps before heading for the Mulsanne Straight in June.
To support Aston Martin's brand new AMR line of track-only special editions, the 2017 race cars feature less Stirling Green and way more lime-colored accents than ever before. That can come in handy at night at Le Mans, if the fluorescent color can stay visible though the oil and rubber sludge these Astons will be covered in by that point.