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NM Racing Team Set to Compete with Mercedes-AMG GT4s in Iberian Supercars

Spanish powerhouse NM Racing Team will participate in this year's Iberian Supercars Endurance with two Mercedes-AMG GT4s, further enhancing the quality and quantity of the field.

Based in Barcelona, the team is one of the best in Spain and has competed in the GT4 European Series in recent years. Their participation in the most significant GT4 series in Europe did not go unnoticed, and in 2022 they won the vice-title of the Pro-Am class.

The NM Racing Team, which participated in the Jarama event of the 2019 GT4 South European Series, will enter two Mercedes-AMG GT4s. Gilles Vannelet from France and Guillermo Aso from Spain will compete in the GT4 Pro division, while Spanish pair Alberto de Martín and Nil Monserrat will share a car in the GT4 Bronze division.

Guillermo Aso is already well-known in the series, having been one of the protagonists in the fight for victories last year, while Gilles Vannelet will make his debut in the series. The Frenchman has a rich palmarés, with the FIA GT3 Europe title in 2007 and a victory in the 2010 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps in the GT3 class on his CV.

While the car entered in GT4 Pro will certainly contend for victories, the GT4 Bronze car, a Mercedes-AMG GT4, will also be a prominent car among its division, with Nil Monserrat sharing the wheel of the German car with Alberto de Martín, a well-known name in Spanish GT racing scene with vast experience in the GT4 category.

Diogo Ferrão, the Race Ready CEO, welcomes the Spanish team and highlights the quality that it will bring to Iberian Supercars Endurance: "It is fantastic to welcome another team, especially one with the level of professionalism of NM Racing Team, which has been competing successfully in the GT4 European Series. Two more Mercedes-AMG cars will increase the competitiveness of our races, which is essential for all competitors, who will have more opponents, and for the fans, who will benefit from more exciting battles on the track."


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