Bullitt Racing is pleased to confirm that Ian Loggie and Callum MacLeod will be taking the helm of the #66 Mercedes-AMG GT4 as the Malaga-based squad venture into the final two 2019 rounds of the GT4 South European Series in Portugal.
The long-standing teammates will be partnering up for the first time at Bullitt Racing to compete in this weekend’s race at Portimão, followed by round six at Estoril on 23-24 November.
The team is delighted to welcome Ian Loggie back to Bullitt Racing after he claimed victory in the GT4 Pro-Am class at the Gulf 12 Hours in December 2018, alongside Olli Caldwell and Oleg Kharuk. Whilst MacLeod hasn’t previously occupied a seat in the Bullitt Racing Mercedes-AMG GT4, the Pro-Am pairing of Loggie and MacLeod are already familiar teammates having raced together since 2015.
Both Brits, who come to Bullitt Racing with extensive GT racing experience, will be joining owner Stephen Pattrick and pro-driver Andy Meyrick, an established pairing in the Mercedes-AMG GT4 #33.
After success for the Bullitt Racing team during the 2019 GT4 European Series rounds in Misano and Nürburgring, the team are looking to finish 2019 on a high.
Stephen Pattrick: “We’re really pleased to welcome Ian back to Bullitt Racing. The win for the team last December at the Gulf 12 Hours was a significant moment for us, especially having only established ourselves as a competitive race team in 2016. It was always our intention to join these final rounds of the 2019 GT4 South European Series and we’re delighted that Ian and Callum join us as such a strong driver line-up.”