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Enge stays with Young Driver Aston

Tomas EngeLong-time Aston Martin driver and former Le Mans Series champion Tomas Enge will stay with the Young Driver Aston team in the GT1 World Championship this year.

Enge and team-mate Darren Turner were title contenders in GT1's inaugural world contest last season until a disappointing final round dropped them to fourth in the final standings.

"Both the team and I have the same aim for the upcoming season to finish in the front," Enge said. "However, we had the same aim last year but unfortunately we had some troubles in some races but we all learned from it.

"The most important is to have consistent results all the time and pick up points everywhere."

The 34-year-old Czech is not yet sure who he will be paired with in 2011.

"I do not know now who will be my team-mate," Enge said. "It is still open who will be second driver."

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