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PR1/MATHIASEN MOTORSPORTS READY FOR THE SIX HOURS OF THE GLEN

PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports will resume the racing activity for the IMSA WeatherTech Championship at the Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen to be held this upcoming weekend. The No. 52 ORECA LMP2 will be driven by Ben Keating, Mikkel Jensen and Scott Huffaker. The historic six-hour battle will take place on the 3.4-mile Watkins Glen International … Continue reading

24 HOURS OF SPA PREPARATIONS ENTER CRUCIAL PHASE AT OFFICIAL TEST DAYS

Preparations for the 2021 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa will shift up a gear this week when 61 cars tackle two days of official testing at the legendary Belgian venue (22-23 June). The annual test begins a crucial phase of preparations for the twice-around-the-clock event and will provide teams with a welcome opportunity to fine-tune their … Continue reading

SUCCESSFUL DTM START FOR MERCEDES-AMG TEAM MUCKE MOTORSPORT

A successful DTM comeback for Mercedes-AMG Team Mücke Motorsport: Maximilian Buhk and his team from Berlin managed to finish in the top 10 right from the first race with seventh place. The traditional Berlin racing team returned to the DTM in Monza with a very special Mercedes-AMG GT3. The bolide is one of three technology … Continue reading

JACK AITKEN JUST MISSES GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE PODIUM IN BEST WEEKEND YET AT ZANDVOORT

Jack Aitken recorded the best finish of his GT racing career to date in the third round of the GT World Challenge Europe at Zandvoort in the Netherlands. The British-Korean driver, racing for the Swiss team Emil Frey Racing, produced a superb performance in the second one-hour race of the weekend to finish fourth overall, … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE ZANDVOORT WEEKEND ROUNDUP

Zandvoort produced a significant twist in the story of the Sprint Cup season as Emil Frey Racing’s double victory fired the Lamborghini team into title contention and placed an unexpected name at the top of the drivers’ standings.  Ricardo Feller has been in magnificent form this term and is rapidly emerging as a new star … Continue reading

MEYER SHANK RACING SETS SIGHTS ON THE SIX HOURS OF WATKINS GLEN

Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) heads to Watkins Glen International for back-to-back race weekends at the upstate New York circuit. The No. 60 Acura ARX-05 DPi of Dane Cameron and Olivier Pla will first race in the annual Sahlen’s Six Hours of Watkins Glen on Sunday. The team will look to reset after a challenging weekend … Continue reading

POINTS ‘IN PROGRESS’ FOR TRIVELLATO RACING BY VILLORBA CORSE IN GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES

A successful weekend with important points and most of all more progress for Trivellato Racing by Villorba Corse at Zandvoort. The Dutch circuit hosted the third round of the 2021 GT4 European Series where the Italian team took action with its two Mercedes-AMG GT4 and four young drivers getting its best results of the season, especially with British GT4 champion Jamie Caroline and his Swiss teammate Jean Luc D’Auria on the #70 car. On track with 38 … Continue reading

FIRST DTM VICTORY FOR THE AUDI R8 LMS

Audi Sport customer racing made a furious start to the new DTM season with the R8 LMS. Kelvin van der Linde won at the opening weekend at Monza ahead of Nico Müller. In the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe powered by AWS, Dries Vanthoor/Charles Weerts remain championship leaders while Gregory Guilvert/Fabien Michal extended their lead … Continue reading

UNITED AUTOSPORTS ENCOUNTER DIFFICULT GT4 WEEKEND AT ZANDVOORT

United Autosports had a challenging weekend during round three of the GT4 European Series at Zandvoort this weekend as the team returned to the Dutch track for the first time since 2013. Charlie Fagg secured a Silver Class pole position on Saturday during the second qualifying session, starting the #23 McLaren 570S third on the … Continue reading

DOUBLE GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES WIN FOR AKKA ASP MERCEDES-AMG

The second GT4 European Series race at Zandvoort ended with victory for AKKA ASP (Mercedes-AMG) in Pro-Am and Silver, while CMR (Toyota) claimed Am Cup honours. An otherwise clean race on the 4.259km Dutch circuit ended behind the safety car following two separate incidents at the end. Race control neutralised proceedings when the #77 Team … Continue reading

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