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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN SERIES AMONG FIRST SET OF 2022 CALENDARS CONFIRMED BY SRO MOTORSPORTS GROUP

With the 2021 campaign approaching its conclusion on both sides of the Atlantic, calendars have been finalised for Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS, the GT4 European Series and the quartet of championships that run under the SRO America banner.  Consistency for Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Official Test Days … Continue reading

24 HOURS OF SPA ROUNDUP

It was clear before the chequered flag had even fallen that the 2021 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa would live long in the memory.  The final hour alone was worthy of the hype and expectation that surrounds such a big event. Alessandro Pier Guidi’s charge to victory was spellbinding, his final pass for the lead … Continue reading

HEROIC EFFORT FROM GRT GRASSER RACING TEAM AT THE LEGENDARY 24 HOURS OF SPA

In the standout fixture of the 2021 GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup last weekend (29th July 1st August), GRT Grasser Racing put in a heroic effort that sadly went unrewarded. The team gave yet another demonstration of its indomitable fighting spirit on the occasion of the legendary 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. After a crash … Continue reading

JONATHAN HUI TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD DESPITE CHALLENGING RACE AT THE 24 HOURS OF SPA

Hong Kong race driver Jonathan Hui returned to racing action last weekend for his second race of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup season, after a confidence boosting victory at Paul Ricard last time out. Sky Tempesta Racing headed into the race weekend knowing it would be a tough battle to repeat 2020’s success … Continue reading

CONTACT UNDER NIGHT SKIES AT SPA BRINGS EARLY END TO 24 HOURS BID FOR HUTCHISON, GREEN AND TAMBAY

Finlay Hutchison’s hopes of a big result in this year’s TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa were dashed less than a quarter of the way through the race late on Saturday night at the famous Belgian track, when Sainteloc Racing team-mate Jamie Green was involved in an accident which led to retirement. Although qualifying during the … Continue reading

WILKINSON SEVENTH IN THE 24 HOURS OF SPA WITH JOTA McLAREN

Ollie Wilkinson notched his first ever 24 hours race result in the TotalEnergies 24 Hour of Spa yesterday with a stand-out seventh place finish in the JOTA McLaren 720S GT3. The result marks the best finish for the marque and model at the historic race in Belgium. Partnering fellow McLaren Factory Drivers Ben Barnicoat and … Continue reading

FANTASTIC SILVER CUP PODIUM FOR MACDOWALL DURING SPECTACULAR SPA 24HRS

Alex MacDowall delivered his best performance of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Endurance Cup season so far during the biggest race of the year over the weekend, taking a well-deserved third place finish in the Silver Cup during the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa. Fighting back superbly from a challenging qualifying … Continue reading

A SILVER CUP 1-2 BUT BAD LUCK IN THE OVERALL CLASSIFICATION FOR MERCEDES-AMG MOTORSPORT IN ANNIVERSARY RACE AT SPA

The wait for the much-wanted renewed overall win by Mercedes-AMG in the 24-hour race at Spa continues.  With the third consecutive pole position, the performance and sports car brand from Affalterbach got the event underway with a good start. However, like in the two previous years, the efforts were to remain unrewarded. First of all, … Continue reading

KCMG’s TWO PORSCHE 911 GT3 R FINISH IN THE TOP 12 AT SPA

The Porsche customer team KCMG has concluded the Spa 24 Hours in positions five and twelve. The 911 GT3 R driven by the two Belgians Maxime Martin and Laurens Vanthoor as well as last year’s winner from Britain Nick Tandy crossed the finish line after 554 laps in front of the sister car shared by … Continue reading

IRON LYNX FERRARI TAKES 24 HOURS OF SPA GLORY IN UNFORGETTABLE FINISH TO 2021 RACE

An unforgettable 2021 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa has been won by Ferrari after a faultless showing from Iron Lynx gave the Italian marque its first triumph in the Ardennes since 2004, ending more than a decade of German dominance.  The #51 car was consistently the fastest on-track in wet and dry conditions whether it … Continue reading

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