19 Jul, 2019
APM and Clayton Kingman
APM Customs are delighted to announce the continuation of our partnership with Clayton Kingman.
APM announce exciting partnership with Beechdean AMR
APM are proud to announce our partnership with British racing team Beechdean AMR. Boasting multiple titles across both British and European GT series, Beechdean AMR have a racing pedigree littered with on track success.
Heading into the 2021 race season, APM Customs will continue building on our current relationship with the team, stepping up to the role of Technical Partner. APM will provide graphical support throughout the season to the teams Aston Martin GT program, along with some, yet to be announced new projects.
Kev Gelsinan, MD of APM Customs commented “With the obvious challenges that we have witnessed in 2020, it was great to be able to offer a level of support to Beechdean AMR this season, and looking to 2021 we are delighted to be announcing our Technical Partnership with Andrew and Beechdean AMR. The calibre of teams, and drivers on the grid in the British GT Championship this year, despite the ongoing pandemic, was incredible and we are proud to be able to partner with such an iconic name in Beechdean. We are looking forward to developing our relationship both on, and off track with Andrew and his team in the future.”
On the partnership, Team Principle and driver Andrew Howard added “Having worked with Kev and his team over the last couple of years, it’s great that we can develop the work we have done into an exciting technical partnership for both companies. The stand out work that APM have done with Beechdean has increased our visibility on all levels”
The familiar names of Andrew Howard and Jonny Adam will once again adorn Beechdean AMR’s Aston Martin in 2021 when the duo reunite for their first full-season Intelligent Money British GT Championship assault together since winning the GT3 title in 2015.
You can keep up to date with on-track action from Beechdean via their social media channels @BeechdeanAMR