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ENTRIES OPEN FOR 2020 GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES

The full-season entry process for the 2020 GT4 European Series has officially opened today. In recent months many existing and new teams have expressed their interest to enter the GT4 European Series next season, which has encouraged SRO Motorsports Group to move the opening of the 2020 entry process to the first of December rather … Continue reading

PROVISIONAL CALENDAR ANNOUNCED FOR 2020 GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES

SRO Motorsports Group has revealed the provisional dates for the 2020 GT4 European Series. The calendar, with six rounds in six different European countries, was announced during the annual press conference at the Total 24 Hours of Spa. The GT4 European Series returns to the United Kingdom, with Silverstone in place of Brands Hatch on … Continue reading

GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES PADDOCK NOTES FROM BUDAPEST

Two rain-affected races didn’t decide any of GT4 European Series class championships at the Hungaroring, which means the sixth round at the Nürburgring just over a week from now will be a proper season finale. The Hungaroring paddock was buzzing with activity as teams had to adjust to the changing conditions and drivers and team managers … Continue reading

TITLE FIGHT CONTINUES AS GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES RETURNS TO BUDAPEST

The GT4 European Series is back on track this week (August 31-September 2) following the summer break and returns to Hungary for its second visit ever to the Hungaroring. The title race is heating up heading into this weekend’s race at the 4.381 km circuit just outside Budapest. 45 cars have been entered for the fifth … Continue reading

BLANCPAIN GT SPORTS CLUB HEADS TO BUDAPEST, WITH ALL THREE CLASS TITLES UP FOR GRABS

With the summer break now drawing to a close, the Blancpain GT Sports Club returns this weekend to Budapest, Hungary, as Boutsen Ginion’s Karim Ojjeh (#2 BMW M6 GT3) looks to wrap up his maiden championship title. Twelve entries from five manufacturers including, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes and Porsche, head to the Hungaroring for the … Continue reading

BLANCPAIN GT QUALIFYING RACE WIN CAPS PERFECT BUDAPEST RUN FOR BELGIAN AUDI CLUB TEAM WRT

Audi delivered a dominant display during Saturday’s Qualifying Race of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup in Budapest, as Dries Vanthoor and Marcel Fässler took the #5 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT machine to victory. Their performance capped another perfect day for them at the Hungaroring, which plays host to the fourth and penultimate round … Continue reading

2017 BLANCPAIN GT SERIES CALENDAR FINALISED

The calendar for the 2017 season of the Blancpain GT Series has been finalised. As was the case in 2016, the world’s biggest GT3 series includes ten rounds : five endurance meetings and five sprint meetings. By the end we will know who will follow Maxi Buhk and Dominik Baumann as the next Blancpain GT … Continue reading

AMG-TEAM HTP MOTORSPORT HEADS INTO BLANCPAIN SPRINT RACE AT BUDAPEST AS CHAMPIONSHIP LEADERS

The second-to-last round of the Blancpain GT Sprint Cup will take place for the first time at Budapest (Hungary) at the coming weekend. The AMG-Team HTP Motorsport will head into the weekend as Championship Leaders, competing with three Mercedes-AMG GT3 on the 4.3 kilometre-long track. Alongside reigning Sprint-Champion Maximilian Buhk, who will go hunting for … Continue reading

PORSCHE SUPERCUP VICTORY FOR JUNIOR SVEN MULLER IN BUDAPEST

It was the perfect weekend for Sven Müller: On the Hungaroring race track not far from Budapest, the Porsche Junior celebrated his first win of the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season. After claiming pole position in qualifying, he went on to dominate the fifth championship round at the wheel of his 460 hp Porsche 911 … Continue reading

JUNIOR MULLER SETS FASTEST PORSCHE SUPERCUP QUALIFYING TIME IN BUDAPEST

Porsche Junior Sven Müller from the Lechner Racing Middle East squad takes up Sunday’s Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup race on the Hungaroring from pole position. In temperatures of around 35 degrees Celsius, the 23-year-old German turned the fastest lap in the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup with a time of 1:48.245 minutes. “Everything ran smoothly for … Continue reading

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