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THE FERRARI 488 GT3 EVO 2020: THE CONTINUING EVOLUTION OF A LEGEND

The new version of the 488 GT3, which will compete in the main international GT championships in 2020, has just been unveiled at the Ferrari Finali Mondiali at Mugello. The new Evo package is the result of Ferrari’s desire to further refine certain aspects of one of the most successful cars in the marque’s history. … Continue reading

HENRIQUE CHAVES ENDS GT OPEN SEASON WITH A WIN

Henrique Chaves won the second race of the Autodromo Internazionale di Monza International GT Open’s weekend, ending the championship in a high and achieving the third place in the Drivers’ Standings in his GT debut. After yesterday’s unlucky day, the Portuguese and his teammate, Martin Kodric, didn’t give up and in this morning qualifying the … Continue reading

WILKINSON & TURNER DELIVER STAND-OUT FINAL GT OPEN PODIUM AT MONZA

Ollie Wilkinson and co-driver, Aston Martin Racing works driver, Darren Turner, wrapped up their 2019 GT Open campaign with arguably their hardest-fought podium of the season, taking a triumphant third at Monza. The outstanding performance from the Optimum Motorsport outfit saw a combination of Turner’s stint and the team’s stellar pitstop strategy put the Aston … Continue reading

LAMBORGHINI CELEBRATES PERFECT YEAR WINNING IMSA GTD CONSTRUCTOR TITLE AND GT OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Emil Frey Racing ensured Lamborghini tasted yet more GT3 success in 2019, as Giacomo Altoè and Albert Costa clinched the International GT Open championship title in the final round of the season at Monza. Meanwhile a late-race charge by Paul Miller Racing’s Bryan Sellers has clinched the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT Daytona manufacturer’s championship … Continue reading

MIGHTY MONZA BECKONS WILKINSON FOR GT OPEN SEASON FINALE

Ollie Wilkinson is ready to wrap up his 2019 racing season and first year driving the new Aston Martin Vantage GT3 next weekend (12 & 13 October), as he heads to Monza, Italy, for the final round of the International GT Open series with Optimum Motorsport. The 23-year-old Yorkshireman makes for the Italian F1 circuit … Continue reading

LAMBORGHINI HOLD GT OPEN POINTS ADVANTAGE AHEAD OF FINAL ROUND FOLLOWING ONE-TWO IN BARCELONA

Emil Frey Racing pairing Giacomo Altoe and Albert Costa head into the final round of the International GT Open season at Monza next month with an 11-point lead after a strong weekend of racing at Barcelona. Altoe and Costa recovered from a disappointing result in the opening race on Saturday, disputed on a wet, but … Continue reading

WILKINSON & TURNER BOUNCE BACK WITH GT OPEN TOP FIVE IN BARCELONA

Ollie Wilkinson and co-driver, Aston Martin works driver Darren Turner, delivered a stellar recovery drive in the International GT Open at Barcelona, bouncing back from a non-finish on Saturday to climb 11 places and seize a top-five result on Sunday. The Optimum Motorsport duo pulled off the recovery after a frustrating first day in challenging … Continue reading

WILKINSON DETERMINED TO BOUNCE BACK IN THE GT OPEN AT BARCELONA

Ollie Wilkinson returns to International GT Open action this weekend (21-22 September) and heads back to Barcelona – the circuit where he first made his series debut just two years ago – eager to bounce back from a disappointing last home round with a return to the podium at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The BRDC … Continue reading

JIATONG, GIAMMARIA FRONT RUNNERS AT SILVERSTONE IN THE GT OPEN WITH THE RATON RACING BY TARGET’S LAMBORGHINI

Raton Racing by Target completed yet another great weekend at Silverstone, when it fielded only one OPPO backed Lamborghini Huracán GT3 car in the fifth of seven International GT Open rounds for Liang Jiatong and Raffaele Giammaria. The pair claimed their second victory of the season in Saturday’s race one, as they topped the Pro/Am … Continue reading

WILKINSON & TURNER DENIED GT OPEN HOME SUCCESS AT SILVERSTONE

BRDC Rising Star Ollie Wilkinson and Optimum Motorsport team-mate Darren Turner were cruelly denied a home race podium result at Silverstone this afternoon, capping a weekend to forget on the sole UK leg of the International GT Open series. Wilkinson was in the process of taking Martin Kodrić’s Teo Motorsport McLaren and Norbert Siedler’s Emil … Continue reading

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