After a season spent in Honda NSX GT3, Jenson Team Rocket RJN changes frame to move to the McLaren 720S GT3.
Bob Neville's British team will line up two McLarens in the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup powered by AWS. Crews will be announced in the coming weeks.
“It’s good to see Jenson Team Rocket RJN joining the McLaren Customer Racing family in 2020”said Ian Morgan, director of motorsport at McLaren Automotive. “The GT World Challenge Europe certainly offers the greatest challenge in GT3 racing and the 720S GT3 started the year off very well with a very good result at the 12 Hours of Bathurst with a podium and a class victory. We now have to build on this result and this program with Jenson Team Rocket RJN is extremely exciting for this new season which will start. ”
Jenson Button is also delighted with this new challenge with McLaren: "It’s exciting to be able to confirm that Jenson Rocket Team RJN will be driving the McLaren 720S GT3. The GT World Challenge Europe championship grid is getting stronger every year and the race is among the best in the world. We are attacking this season with full confidence with a team with a lot of experience and a car that has shown that it can win races. "