Yorkshire-based GT3 team, 7TSIX, will embark on its biggest challenge to date during 2023. Having only debuted last season, the team will build on an impressive 24-hour event at the turn of the year with a confirmed entry into the upcoming Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe powered by AWS with the McLaren 720S GT3 Evo.
Entering only the second year of competition, the team has already successfully campaigned across several championships with the McLaren during a busy debut season. This included a top-4 finish in the Intelligent Money British GT championship, podium finishes in Monza during a busy International GT Open weekend, and a win on debut in the British Endurance Championship. Since then, the team put on an impressive display at the Dubai 24 Hours to claim the final podium position in the Am class.
The 2023 season sees the team take the step up to the GT World Challenge Europe, widely considered the most competitive GT3 championship. The calendar visits some of Europe’s most famous and iconic circuits, with the five Endurance events starting in Monza. From here, Circuit Paul Ricard at the start of June previews the season highlight at the CrowdStrike 24 Hours of Spa. The closing two rounds head to the Nürburgring before Barcelona.
7TSIX will continue preparations for the new season, but will not take part in the season test days due to conflicting activities. More details of the driver line-up and class entry will be confirmed in the coming weeks.