GMG Racing driver Jason Bell will be one busy guy this coming weekend. Due to the Covid-19 delay and the combining of event weekends, Bell will enter three separate classes and race eight times over the five-day event weekend. Taking on the Virginia International Raceway, Bell will compete in the single driver GT2 and GT4 Sprint divisions while co-driving with Andrew Davis in the GT4 SprintX class as all three series will see him pilot a GMG Racing prepared Porsche.
"Should be a hot, fun and an energy draining weekend," explained Bell. "Before the year started, I had anticipated running multiple classes but with some events off the calendar and make up races at others, this will by far be the busiest event weekend I have ever had. Add in the Promoters Test Day on Wednesday, and we have five full days of on track action in three classes compiling for eight main events."
With his work cut out for him for him in GT2 and GT4 Sprint, Bell will have some relief in the GT4 SprintX class as he will co-driver with Andrew Davis in the multi-driver platform.
Bell continued, "I am really looking forward to getting back behind the wheel with Andrew, and I think we have a strong chance to win all three races this weekend. With a little luck, hopefully we will have multiple trips to the podium."
With a Promoter Test Day kicking off the on-track action on Wednesday, Jason Bell will move into official practice on Thursday before qualifying and race one take place on Friday with race two and three of the weekend running Saturday and Sunday for his GT4 Porsche entry. On the GT2 side of the program, Bell will see wheel-to-wheel action on Saturday and Sunday.
Jason Bell would like to thank all of his partners for their continued support. A huge thanks to GMG Racing, Kavana Rum, Ceramic Pro, Highway Systems Incorporated, Osteria Tampa, and Frost NYC.