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BALFE MOTORSPORT SET FOR SPANISH SWING

Balfe Motorsport makes its return to International GT Open this weekend (October 30-November 1) as Shaun Balfe and Rob Bell link up in the team’s distinctive McLaren 720S GT3 in Spain. The pair will make their first appearance in the series since claiming the Pro-Am championship title in 2017, in a previous generation of McLaren … Continue reading

BALFE MOTORSPORT MAKES A RETURN TO THE INTERNATIONAL GT OPEN

Three years after claiming the Pro-Am championship title, Lincolnshire-based race team Balfe Motorsport is delighted to announce it will return to International GT Open for the final round of the 2020 season. Shaun Balfe and Rob Bell, who raced to success together in the series in 2017, will undertake driving duties in a McLaren 720S … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE BARCELONA WEEKEND ROUNDUP

Just over two months after it began at Misano, the 2020 GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Sprint Cup came to a close at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.  The 10-race campaign was packed into just four weekends, with the opening and closing rounds both featuring a trio of one-hour contests. This made for a whirlwind … Continue reading

SKY TEMPESTA RACING SECURE GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE SPRINT CUP TITLE IN BARCELONA

Eddie Cheever and Chris Froggatt of Sky Tempesta Racing became GT World Challenge Sprint Cup Drivers’ Champions this weekend in the Pro-Am category, having shown impressive resilience to win Race 2 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Leading up to the weekend their championship victory looked almost certain, with the team dominating past Sprint Races in … Continue reading

TECH1 RACING AND LEXUS ON THE PODIUM AT THE FINAL GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE SPRINT RACE

The final GT World challenge Europe Sprint race took place on the Spanish soil with a triple race meeting in Barcelona for Aurelien Panis and Thomas Neubauer at the wheel of the Lexus RC F GT3 #15. The weekend was quite complicated for the team: an unfavorable track, a frustrating first race, a mechanical retirement … Continue reading

BELGIAN AUDI CLUB TEAM WRT RECAPTURES SPRINT CUP TITLES AS VANTHOOR AND WEERTS SEAL DRIVERS CROWN

Belgian Audi Club Team WRT sealed a GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS championship double in today’s season-deciding Sprint Cup race at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, reclaiming the teams’ title while Dries Vanthoor and Charles Weerts clinched the drivers’ crown. The 60-minute contest was won by the #88 AKKA ASP Mercedes-AMG of Raffaele Marciello and … Continue reading

OREGON TEAM MAKES IT TWO OUT OF TWO LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO WINS AT BARCELONA

Oregon Team’s Dorian Boccolacci and Kevin Gilardoni made it two wins in a row in the second race of the weekend at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, the third round of the 2020 Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe season. Having taken their maiden race win on Saturday, the Franco-Swiss pairing again profited from a penalty for the … Continue reading

BERTOLINI AND MACHIELS REOPEN GT WORLD CHALLENGE EUROPE SPRINT CUP TITLE FIGHT

The AF Corse 488 GT3 Evo 2020, crewed by Andrea Bertolini and Louis Machiels, triumphed in the Pro-Am class in the first of three races in the last round of the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup. The second Ferrari on track, driven by Chris Froggatt and Eddie Cheever III for Sky Tempesta Racing, finished … Continue reading

EMIL FREY RACING BOOSTS SPRINT CUP TITLE BID WITH ONE-TWO FINISH IN OPENING BARCELONA CONTEST

Albert Costa and Giacomo Altoè led a one-two finish for Emil Frey Racing in today’s opening Sprint Cup contest at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, a result that puts the #163 Lamborghini crew firmly in the title battle.  The Swiss squad was in a class of its own by the latter stages of the 60-minute race, securing … Continue reading

OREGON TEAM CLAIMS MAIDEN LAMBORGHINI SUPER TROFEO EUROPE VICTORY IN BARCELONA RACE 1

Dorian Boccolacci and Kevin Gilardoni claimed Oregon Team’s maiden Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe victory in the opening race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, following a time penalty for on-the-road winners Dean Stoneman and Patrick Kujala (Bonaldi Motorsport #33). Cloudy skies and a pre-race rain shower meant that track conditions were far from ideal for the … Continue reading

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