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PGF-Kinfaun AMR  

PGF-Kinfaun AMR is the new name for Kinfaun Racing for the 2013 season to better reflect the business interests of the drivers Phil Dryburgh and John Gaw. In some format the team has been together for over 10 years, winning races in British GT, GT Cup, and the British Endurance Series and also competing in many other championships including the Porsche Carrera Cup, the Clio Cup and the original version of the ELMS in 2004 achieving 3rd place in the LMP2 category. The team is now an official AMR Partner team and will enter the 2013 British GT Championship under the PGF-Kinfaun AMR banner. The best recent result that the team achieved was the outright win in the Britcar 24 hour race in 2010 and numerous outright race wins in that championship in 2011 and 2012.



Team Information

Team Highlights:

2010 Britcar 24 overall Winner
2010 British GTC Class Winner
2011 Britcar Overall Race Winners
2012 AMR Class Winner at Le Mans Festival

2013 Plans:

British GT GT3 Championship
Blancpain Endurance Series Silverstone
AMR GT3 Challenge

2011 & 2012 Results:

Outright winner at Britcar Silverstone 24 Hours
GTC Class winner at Oulton Park British GT
Outright winner at Castle Combe and Snetterron in British Endurance Championship
Outright winner at AMR GT4 challenge Brands Hatch
GT4 Class winner at AMR Le Mans Festival


- AMR Vantage GT3 Chassis No.1


- Phil Dryburgh
- John Gaw


Based at Aston Martin Racing, Banbury


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