11 April, 2010
The CRS Racing team heads straight to Spain now for the first rounds of the International GT Open in Valencia. Tim Mullen is racing for CRS in both the Le Mans Series and the GT Open so this is a busy period for him.
“I’m off home now for a night then back on the road again as we have a test in Valencia on Wednesday,” said Tim. “The GT Open car is great fun to drive; it has a slightly different specification to the Le Mans series car but you get used to it very quickly and it has more power which is always good. There are some really good drivers in this championship and I hope Chris and I can do well and fight for championship.”
Tim’s team-mate is of course CRS Team Principal, Chris Niarchos, making his return to racing after winning the 2009 Citation Cup. In the sister CRS Ferrari, Klaas Hummel is making the move up to GT2 (or Super GT as it is called in GT Open) and he will race as normal with Chris Goodwin.