Now Embassy Racing boss Jonathan France has got us really confused.
spent the season backing the Embassy Corvette in British GTs –
with some single-seater backing elsewhere too, plus the Embassy
girls, plus supporting programme production at one meeting, and
Embassy Radio – he then popped up at the Zhuhai FIA GT meeting,
backing the RJN Motorsport Nissan 350Z, with drivers Neil Cunningham
(left) and Ben Collins.
With Cunningham already
confirmed with the team next year, the Australo-Kiwi has now turned
up ‘back home’, at Queensland Raceway, testing a V8
Supercar for Howard Racing.
plans for 2005 are firmly on course and these will be revealed when
I feel the time is right,” says France (right). “I have
no doubt that Embassy will use British GT as a springboard to other
series and obviously, Australian V8 is one of the world’s
most prestigious Championships. Neil is out there at the moment
and testing is going well.
“I would love for
Embassy to be represented in V8s – who knows it might happen
small world isn’t it? We’re half expecting Neil Cunningham
to be spotted in a JGTC car next… or an IRL car… or