The 31-year-old British driver will pair at Spa with multiple series’ Champion Daniel Zampieri, driving a Mercedes-AMG GT3 car. Meadows replaces Alessio Rovera, who took part in the first two rounds claiming with Zampieri a second place at the Paul Ricard track late last April.
In Belgium the Italian squad will field two more cars for Davide Roda and Am category runner-up Giuseppe Cipriani, the latter having an eight-point gap from lead.
Team Antonelli Motorsport will also field a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo for Glauco Solieri in the GT Cup Open as the European series comes to the second out of six rounds. The Italian racer is fourth in the points after taking a victory in the Le Castellet opener.
The Spa weekend fires into action on Friday with the free practice sessions. Qualifying 1 and the first race get underway on Saturday. The second qualifying and Race 2 are scheduled on Sunday, screened live on gtopen.net.
Source. Antonelli Motorsport/Photo. Speedy