“The Autodromo do Algarve, which has hosted Formula One races in the past, is a stunning circuit and location,” the 2020 British GT champ said. “I’ve tested here on previous occasions, but never raced on the track. It’s going to be brilliant to see the full grid of British GT3 and GT4 cars battling it out. “It’s a wide, sweeping circuit with a number of dramatic changes in height as the track rises and falls.
There are some really challenging corners, plus a long, very fast start/finish straight. I’ve driven Lamborghinis at the circuit before, so I know the car suits the track.” The Algarve circuit hosts what is the second of the championship’s three-hour races this season, and Sandy, personally backed by Huntly-based Black Bull Scotch Whisky, Tunnocks, Lamborghini Edinburgh, Upper Dysart and Alan Davie Transport, believes it offers the team a strong chance of another win.