TRG-AMR gears up for the 2015 Le Mans Festival Race

| June 10, 2015

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Buckler said in a release, “It’s really an honor to be heading back to Le Mans with this amazing group of drivers and race cars. This is going to bring back a lot of nice memories for me, but more importantly creating some great new ones together with our friends. The logistics of putting all of this in place have been just crazy, and I cannot believe we are actually here. “Everybody back at the offices has been so supportive, working late into the night, and everybody on the competition side has just been fantastic, as usual. But this week, here at Le Mans, the real stars are our drivers, and I am so proud and happy to be here with nine of my fellow racing drivers and friends to share this amazing experience together! Every one of them have all worked so hard to get here, and it all came together. We start with a track orientation on Tuesday and then a big welcome dinner for the drivers and the guests at our private château and then to scrutineering on Wednesday, followed by our first practice. We are booked from morning till night with on-track and off-track activities, and this is going to be a week to remember for everybody. We are looking forward to delivering an amazing experience for everybody, and I could not be more proud of the entire group. Here we go!”

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