Martin Brundle isn't ruling out a racing comeback at 60

16-06-2019 18:01
by Matt Gretton
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Martin Brundle isn't ruling out a racing comeback at 60

Martin Brundle turned 60 earlier in June, but he's not planning on finishing racing anytime soon. As shown on Sky Sports, his passion for motorsport is as strong as ever and he looks forward to racing as a "bronze driver".

In recent years, Brundle and his son Alex have combined to race in the same team during Le Mans. He hasn't ruled out a return in the future, he actually wants to use his old age to his advantage.

“I did a race in GT4 last year with Aston Martin. I would still like to race, I still have a bit of speed," Brundle reported for the F1i cameras.

“Now that I am 60 years old, I not only get a pass that allows me to travel around London for free by bus, but I am also a bronze driver. In this business that makes you very attractive. As a bronze driver, you get all kinds of extra benefits in LMP2 or LMP3."

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