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Rolf Ineichen

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TWO ADAC GT MASTERS PODIUMS FOR GRT GRASSER RACING AT MOST

Successful second weekend in the ADAC GT Masters for Orange1 by GRT Grasser at Autodrom Most. The Austrian team had an excellent showing in front of some 18,000 fans, who came through the gates over the three days to watch the very best that racing has to offer. After two highly competitive races, Orange1 by … Continue reading

GRT GRASSER RACING LIVES THROUGH BITTER-SWEET DEJA-VU AT THE BLANCPAIN GT SERIES ENDURANCE CUP AT SILVERSTONE

GRT Grasser Racing’s second race weekend in the 2019 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at Silverstone was bittersweet with a hint of déjà vu. Lamborghini works driver Mirko Bortolotti and his two team-mates Rolf Ineichen and Christian Engelhart took pole position in the field of 48 GT3 sports cars as they had done in the … Continue reading

ROLLER-COASTER OF EMOTIONS FOR GRT GRASSER RACING TEAM AT MONZA

The season opener of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at Monza was a roller-coaster of emotions for GRT Grasser Racing. Their delight at pole position for car #63 with Lamborghini works driver Mirko Bortolotti, Rolf Ineichen and Christian Engelhart was followed by disappointment over its retirement from the race. Things were the other way … Continue reading

GRT GRASSER RACING READY FOR THE 2019 BLANCPAIN GT SERIES

GRT Grasser Racing Team go into the season opener of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup with a double dose of momentum. After magnificent victories in the 24-hour Daytona classic and the 12 Hours of Sebring, the team are looking to build on their current run of form in the Blancpain GT Series. The campaign … Continue reading

GRT GRASSER RACING MAKE SUPERB CHARGE UP FIELD IN 24H DUBAI

Their mission was never in any doubt. Conditions were perfect, and the start went absolutely according to plan. GRT Grasser Racing intended to win the 24 Hours of Dubai at the third attempt, but things turned out differently in the end. After 24 exciting hours filled with stress, Lamborghini works driver Mirko Bortolotti together with … Continue reading

GRT GRASSER RACING AIMING FOR MAIDEN DUBAI WIN

While the GRT Grasser Racing headquarters in Austria are currently buried under snow, the team’s first major outing of the 2019 season is about to get underway some 5,000 kilometres to the south-east. On the weekend of 10th – 12th January, GRT will be competing in the top A6-PRO classification of the prestigious 24 Hours … Continue reading

AN OUTSTANDING 3rd PLACE FINISH IN 2018 BLANCPAIN GT CHAMPIONSHIP FOR THE GRT GRASSER RACING TEAM

The curtain came down on a thrilling 2018 Blancpain GT Series this weekend at the famous Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain, giving the GRT Grasser Racing Team a well-deserved 3rd place finish in the championship. Earlier in the weekend, the qualifying session was red-flagged twice for two separate incidents, losing at least 30 minutes of track running time … Continue reading

SCORCHING TEMPERATURES ACROSS SILVERSTONE IN ROUND 4 OF THE BLANCPAIN GT SERIES

The GRT Grasser Racing Team was back in action in Round 4 of the Blancpain GT Series today at another historic venue, the home of British motorsport at the Silverstone Circuit in the UK. A perfect sunny race day with air temperatures soaring to 22°C meant that the on-track action heated up too, car #63 … Continue reading

LAMBORGHINI WINS THE DAYTONA 24 HOURS

After 24 hours and 750 laps, the #11 Grasser Racing Team Lamborghini Huracán GT3 conquers the 56th edition of the famous endurance race at the Daytona International Speedway. The Austrian team, winner of the 2017 Blancpain GT Series, dominated the GTD category (Gran Turismo Daytona) with the crew formed by Lamborghini Factory Driver Mirko Bortolotti, … Continue reading

INEICHEN AND ENGELHART SET FASTEST TIME IN ADAC GT MASTERS OPENING PRACTICE AT ZANDVOORT

Christian Engelhart (29, DEU) in the Grasser-Racing-Team Lamborghini Huracán GT3 dominated the opening session of this sixth round of the ADAC GT Masters in Zandvoort, Netherlands. He led the first free practice by more than half a second. The two races at the historic circuit on the Dutch North Sea coast will again be highly … Continue reading

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