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7th June 2017

Bryant Confident of a Successful Le Mans 24 Hours with AMR

Experienced GT racer Oliver Bryant is confident of a good result on his Le Mans 24 Hours return, after completing a successful test day with the Beechdean Aston Martin Racing team (4 June). The British GT Championship race winner debuted at the Circuit de la Sarthe with an impressive ninth place finish in the LMGTE-Am […]

11th May 2017

Olly Bryant makes Le Mans 24 Hour return with Aston Martin Racing

Beechdean AMR Confirm 24 hours of Le Mans Driver Line Up. Beechdean Aston Martin Racing (AMR) is set to take part in the 85th running world’s most famous race on June 17th/18th, the 24 hours of Le Mans, and have today announced its 2017 driver line up. The Aston Martin Racing Factory run team will […]

23rd December 2016

Another Season of Historic Success for Bryant

In addition to finishing a stunning ninth in class on his Le Mans 24 hours debut in 2016, Olly Bryant also enjoyed another stellar season of success in historic racing. The season started well with an outright win at the Goodwood 74th Members’ Meeting in March. Olly triumphed alongside father Grahame in the ex-Think Automotive […]

27th June 2016

Bryant Claims Strong Ninth on Le Mans Debut

British GT race winner Oliver Bryant finished ninth on his 24 Hours of Le Mans debut at the 84th edition of the French endurance classic, driving the Team AAI-entered #57 Corvette C7.R supported by ProSpeed Competition in the LMGTE-Am class. Having won over a century of races across multiple sports car categories, Oliver may have […]

31st May 2016

Team AAI unveil the livery of their 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Corvette C7R

The wraps are off the striking livery of the Corvette C7R to be driven at Le Mans on the 18th &19th of June by Olly Bryant, Mark Patterson & Johnny O’Connell.

17th May 2016

British GT Race Winner Bryant Aims for GTE-AM Victory on Le Mans 24 Hour Debut

Experienced British GT Championship race winner Oliver Bryant will make his Le Mans 24 Hour debut next month (18-19 June), driving a Team AAI Corvette C7.R supported by ProSpeed Competition – and he’s aiming for GTE-AM class victory on his first appearance. The 30-year old Buckinghamshire resident has driven a wide variety of both modern […]

23rd September 2015

Positive End To Blancpain Endurance Series Campaign For Ecurie Ecosse

Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull’s Alasdair McCaig, Devon Modell and Oliver Bryant brought their 2015 Blancpain Endurance Series campaign to a positive conclusion by overcoming a tough outing to score points at the Nurburgring yesterday (September 20).

Indeed, the legendary Scottish squad were pleased to bring their somewhat challenging season to a close by finishing 10th in class around the historic German venue’s GP configuration.

29th July 2015

Ecurie Ecosse Seal Back-To-Back 24 Hours of Spa Podium Finishes

Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull’s Alasdair McCaig, Devon Modell, Oliver Bryant and Alexander Sims saved their best Blancpain Endurance Series performance of the season for when it mattered most last weekend (July 21-26) after scoring a Pro-Am podium finish at the 24 Hours of Spa for the second year running.

24th June 2015

Alternator Issues Costs Ecurie Ecosse Dear at Paul Ricard

Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull’s improved pace ultimately went unrewarded in round three of the Blancpain Endurance Series at Paul Ricard on Saturday evening(June 20) after an early alternator charging issue prevented Alasdair McCaig, Devon Modell and Oliver Bryant from making an impression on the Pro Am frontrunners.

27th May 2015

Local Knowledge Can’t Help Ecurie Ecosse at Silverstone

Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull endured a tough second Blancpain Endurance Series outing of the season on home soil this weekend (May 22-24) at Silverstone where Alasdair McCaig, Oliver Bryant and Devon Modell finished 13th in the Pro Am category.

The legendary Scottish squad’s Barwell Motorsport-run BMW Z4 GT3 seemed incapable of escaping the fraught midfield fight throughout Sunday afternoon’s three-hour encounter at the home of British motorsport in what became a never-ending case of two steps forwards, one step back.