Street Art Racing starts in GT Open
The Belgian GT4 team enters the GT3 series GT Open for the upcoming season.
Street-Art Racing is making the move into the GT3 category and will compete in the International GT Open in 2022 with an Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3.
The team, based in Lodelinsart near Charleroi, will compete not only in the GT Open but also in the GT Cup Open Europe, having recently announced its commitment to the GT Sport-sponsored junior series, making it the first team to announce a dual commitment.
“A GT3 car is obviously more complex than a GT4,” said Team Manager Damien Hellebuyck, “and it’s a big step for us and our drivers. The International GT Open was the best platform to start this new project.”
Team Principal Albert Bloem explains that they plan to continue the tradition for artistic paint schemes in the team’s GT3 era, bringing a mix of racing and art to the track. Street-Art Racing secured the Aston Martin Vantage with chassis number 007 – that should raise hopes for something artistic.