Emotion – Passion – Vision

R-Motorsport, the Motorsport division of AF Racing, is set to compete in the 2018 Blancpain GT Endurance Series with our two Aston Martin Vantage GT3 race cars.

R-Motorsport stands for Emotion, Passion and Vision, combined with professional skills and dedication.

We have partnered with the established outfit Arden Motorsport, who promise and deliver race operations at the highest level. Our approach is highly professional in everything we do and therefore Arden Motorsport is the perfect match.

R-Motorsport has the ambition to fight for the win of the championship with our two great race cars, an amazingly professional team and a fantastic driver line-up.

Find out more about the grand news of R-Motorsport here

Press release 30.11.17 (PDF) Watch the video

 

 

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our Team

Andreas Baenziger
owner

Swiss driver Andreas Baenziger is the business partner of Florian Kamelger and owner of R-Motorsport. The experienced endurance race driver has raced the GT4 already for several times in Bathurst and finished first in class 2015 at the 24hour race at the Nuerburgring.

Florian Kamelger
team Principal and owner

The Italian driver Florian Kamelger is team principal and owner of R-Motorsport and has successfully raced the GT8 with Aston Martin race driver Darren Turner in Bathurst and the Nuerburgring 24hours and is also a fixed name on the driver line-up list of our Aston Martin Vantage GT4.

Our Drivers

32
Wins
94
Podiums
Alex Brundle
Driver

Alex Brundle

Motorsport Curriculum Vitae

2016 European Le Mans Series (CHAMPION lmp3, United Autosports)
World Endurance Championship (3 wins, 1 podium, G-Drive Racing)
2015 Daytona 24 hours (Krohn Racing)
6 Hours of Shanghai (Pegasus racing)
2014 Le Mans 24 hours (5th LMP2)
Daytona 24 hours (Muscle Milk Pickett racing, 5th overall)
Tudor United Sport Cars series (selected rounds, 2 podiums)
Total pole award for the most pole positions scored overall (TUSCC)
Development driver: Ligier JS-p2
2013 World Endurance Championship (2nd LMP2, 5 podiums)
Le Mans 24 hours (2nd LMP2)
Spa 24 hours, (Fortec motorsport)
2012 World Endurance Championship (3 meetings, 1 pole on debut)
European Le Mans Series (3rd, 1 Podium)
Became a BRDC Superstar
Le Mans 24 hours (15th overall, 8th LMP2)
Woolf Bernato Trophy Winner.
GP3 series (1 podium)
2011 Became BRDC Rising Star
FIA Formula 2 (7th, 3 podiums, 1pole)
Works test: SLS GT3 – (Black Falcon Mercedes)
Radical Nevada cup (2 poles, 2 wins)
Radical European masters (5 poles, 3 wins)
2010 British Formula 3
2009 FIA Formula 2
2007 - 2008 Formula Palmer Audi (6th, 3 podiums, 1 pole)
2006 T- Cars (8th, 2 podiums)

Over the course of his career Alex has:

  • Led the Le Mans 24 hour race in the LMP2 class for over 30 hours of competition.
  • Never caused a non finishing result (DNF) in an endurance contest.
  • Been a development driver for chassis in LMP2 competition as well as for bespoke racing and road going chassis.
  • Represented 3 manufacturers, of racing or production cars in Endurance competition.

Media/Promotion

Promotional partners have included: Nasstar, Cars International, Richard Mille, Gulf Agency Company and Liberty Insurance Underwriters.

Commentary & Broadcasting

Alex has provided commentary services to Formula One Management, for GP2/GP3 series racing and Commentary services for Radio Le Mans coverage of the World Endurance Championship. Alongside insight and interviews for Formula One venue feed. Alex has also been an expert guest on ITV’s broadcasting of FIA formula e as well as Sky F1’s midweek report.

Alex has been documented in print from The Times, The Financial Times and The EDP to Loaded Magazine, Nuts magazine, Autosport and numerous posts and blogs worldwide.

He has been featured on Sky F1,Eurosport, ITV 1, Sky sports 1, Speed TV, BBC radio 2, Radio Le Mans and Brazil Globo TV and has been the subject of two documentary presentations, most notably, ‘Britain’s next F1 star’.

Aims/motivations

Alex aims to maintain his reputation and performance level alongside the best endurance racers worldwide. Representing production manufacturers in the top tiers of the most competitive endurance events.

Education

Oakham School:
11 ‘GCSEs’, 4A*, 3A, 4B
1 ‘AS level’ Geography, A
3 ‘A Levels’ Physics B, Politics B, Business, A
Nottingham University: BSC in Management studies
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award: Gold

Personal/Contact

Weight: 63kgs
Height: 172cms
Date of Birth: 07/08/90
Address: 27 East Parkside, London, SE10 0PP
By Email: alex@alexbrundle.com
Online: www.alexbrundle.com
On Twitter: @alexbrundle
By Phone: +44(0)7909521107

Jake Dennis
Driver

Jake Dennis - Curriculum Vitae

10-second summary

Born 16 June 1995, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, UK (age: 22)
Lives Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Career to date​ 2010-2015: Single-seaters (Formula Renault 2.0 to European Formula 3) 2003-2010: Karts (Cadets to KF2)
Currently FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Prema Powerteam Part-time driver coach

Career in brief

2017​ Audi WRT - Blancpain racing series
2016​ 4th - GP3 Series
2015 ​3rd - FIA Formula 3 European Championship
2014 9th - FIA Formula 3 European Championship
3rd - FIA Formula 3 European Rookies' Championship
2013 4th - Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 Championship
2012 Champion - Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (Northern European Cup)
​McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner
2011 Champion - InterSteps Champion (successor to Formula BMW UK)
2010 Champion - CIK-FIA U18 World Karting Championship
​Champion - MSA Super One KF3 British JuniorChampionship
Champion - ABkC 0-Plate KF3 Championship
​Champion - KF3 Winter Series
2009 ​Vice-Champion - MSA Super One KF3 British Junior Championship
​Runner-up - CIK-FIA KF3 World Cup
Runner-up - MSA Kartmasters KF3 Grand Prix
​Champion - Superkarts USA SuperNationals XIII: TaGJunior Championship
2008 ​Champion - MSA BRDC Stars of Tomorrow KF3 Championship
2007 ​Champion - MSA British Open Cadet Championship
​Joins RSF to compete in British KF3 karting

Race CV

2016 ​GP3 Series 4th. Races: 18/18. Wins: 2. Poles: 0. Podiums: 5. Fastest laps: 1.
2015​ FIA Formula 3 European Championship 3rd. Races: 33 / 33. Wins: 6. Poles: 6. Podiums: 16. FLs: 5
2014​ FIA Formula 3 European Championship 9th. Races: 33 / 33. Wins: 0. Poles: 0. Podiums: 3. FLs: 0
2014​ Rookies' Championship 3rd. Races: 3 / 33. Wins: 3. Poles: 0. Podiums: 20. FLs: 0
2013 ​Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 Championship 4th. Races: 14/14. Wins: 0. Poles: 1. Podiums: 1. FLs: 1.
​Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup 31st. Races: 4/16. Wins: 1. Poles: 0. Podiums: 1. FLs: 0
Formula Renault 2.0 Pau Trophy 3rd. Races: 2/2. Wins: 1. Poles: 0. Podiums: 2. FLs: 0
2012 ​Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup Champion. Races: 20/20. Wins: 3. Poles: 3. Podiums:11. FLs: 2
​Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 Championship 12th. Races: 6/14. Wins: 0. Poles: 1. Podiums: 1. FLs: 0
Awards McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner
2011 ​InterSteps Championship (successor to Formula BMW UK) Champion. Races: 20/20. Wins: 8. Poles: 7. Podiums:16. FLs: 6
​Formula Renault 2.0 Finals (winter cup) 19th. Races: 6/6. Points-scoring finishes: 3
​2010-03​ Karting Multiple national and international champion (see above highlights)

Our press release 30.11.2017