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Kyalami 9 Hours

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MERCEDES-AMG TEAM AKKA ASP WINS THE JOBURG KYALAMI 9 HOUR

AKKA ASP Team Mercedes-AMG have won the 2021 Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour while Audi Sport and Ferrari’s Come Ledogar and Alessandro Pier Guidi wrapped up the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli Manufacturers’ and Drivers’ titles, respectively, in South Africa. The car shared by Timur Boguslavskiy, Jules Gounon and Raffaele Marciello started from pole, set … Continue reading

AUDI SPORT CONCLUDES 2021 SEASON WITH SIXTH INTERCONTINENTAL GT CHALLENGE TITLE

After the pandemic forced a postponement of the IGTC final race from December 4, 2021, to February 5, 2022, Audi Sport customer racing concluded the 2021 season with another title success: in 2016, 2017 and 2018, Audi Sport was already the best manufacturer in the only global GT3 racing series, and now the company has … Continue reading

AKKA ASP AWARDED JOBURG KYALAMI 9 HOUR POLE AFTER QUALIFYING AND SUPERPOLE WASHOUT

Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP will start the Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour from pole position thanks to Jules Gounon’s fastest time in Pre-Qualifying after heavy rain washed out both Qualifying proper and Superpole this afternoon. AF Corse’s #71 Ferrari starts alongside thanks to Nicklas Nielsen who pipped AF Corse team-mate Miguel Molina to second place in … Continue reading

MERCEDES-AMG MOTORSPORT WITH TWO CARS IN THE KYALAMI 9 HOUR

The race win and the Pro-Am title: for Mercedes-AMG Motorsport, the goals are clear prior to the third and final round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli (IGTC) season. Mathematically, the drivers’ title in the overall standings can still be secured in the third running of the Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour as well. … Continue reading

AUDI, FERRARI AND MERCEDES-AMG GUNNING FOR IGTC TITLES AT JOBURG KYALAMI 9 HOUR

Audi Sport and Ferrari go head-to-head for the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli manufacturers’ title next weekend (February 3-5) when the globetrotting GT3 series makes its final stop of the season at the Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour. What’s more, four crews – headed by Ferrari’s Come Ledogar, Nicklas Nielsen and – could yet win … Continue reading

RESCHEDULED JOBURG KYALAMI 9 HOUR MOVES TO FEBRUARY 3-5

This season’s Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour will now take place on 3-5 February 2022 at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit. The event, which doubles as Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli’s season finale, was postponed last Friday as a result of international travel restrictions imposed on southern Africa following the discovery of the Omicron coronavirus variant. … Continue reading

2021 JOBURG KYALAMI 9 HOUR POSTPONED

2021’s Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour, which was due to host the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli season finale on December 2-4 at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, will be postponed. The detection of coronavirus variant B.1.1.529 in southern Africa, announced on November 25, and the resulting travel restrictions already imposed by several countries will prevent … Continue reading

2022 BATHURST 12 HOUR SWITCHES TO FEBRUARY 25-27

2022’s Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli campaign will begin Down Under early next year when the LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour takes place on February 25-27.  Minor calendar changes also concern next season’s Joburg Kyalami 9 Hour, which has switched to December 1-3. Bathurst’s new date is three weeks later than the traditional early … Continue reading

TWO FERRARIS TO LINE UP IN THE REMAINING ROUNDS OF THE INTERCONTINENTAL GT CHALLENGE

Two 488 GT3 Evo 2020s will line up for AF Corse, with the support of Garage Francorchamps, in the remaining two rounds of the Intercontinental GT Challenge. They will aim to secure the Prancing Horse a title still missing from its rich list of triumphs. After their victory in the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, which … Continue reading

2021 INTERCONTINENTAL GT CHALLENGE SEASON TO COMPRISE OF THREE ROUNDS

This year’s Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli campaign will feature three rounds on as many continents following SRO Motorsports Group’s decision not to replace the Suzuka 10 Hours. Several new and existing events in the Middle East have been considered since the 49th Summer Endurance Race – originally scheduled for August 20-22 – was … Continue reading

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