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Wilson Security Racing GRM
08 DEC 2017
Pither returns to GRM
Wilson Security Racing GRM is looking forward to the return of Chris to the GRM team for the 2018 Pirtek Endurance Cup.

Chris drove with GRM back in 2015 partnering with David Wall for the endurance races.

His initially entry to team came about when David Wall suffered burns to his foot in Adelaide and we looked for a suitable person to fill the spot at the Australian Grand Prix as David's foot would not be healed by then.

"2015 was the year that the Volvo's were plagued with the Polestar engine issues limited our testing and circuit time, in fact Chris did not even do lap at Bathurst after an engine failure on lap 15 with David Wall at the wheel. However, during his time with us I was happy with the way he fitted in and with his driving ability." said Garry Rogers

"After Chris drove with in 2015 he returned to a full time drive with Super Black Racing in 2016."

"After a very solid endurance campaign this year I am pleased to welcome him back to the team."

Chris Pither on his return to GRM.

"I had great time with GRM in 2015 it was very enjoyable, so I'm excited to be re-joining the team for the 2018 Pirtek Enduro Cup."

"I have a lot of confidence in the team and I am looking forward to the testing and racing to begin."

"It's great to announce this today, start working with the team and be even more prepared heading into the new year."
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