Gallery: 2016 International GT Open – Silverstone

by Nick Smith

As part of that big weekend he visited Oulton Park for the GT Cup Championship, you can see a gallery of images from that event here. This gallery focuses on the Sunday action from the International GT Open at Silverstone and has some of the best shots from the day. To see the image without the overlaid caption, click on it to bring up a lightbox.

BMW Team Teo Martin had a massive presence at the track, running two M6 GT3s along with two EuroFormula Open cars and two Formula V8 3.5 cars.
Sharing with Steven Burgess, Noble Jr managed to claim 12th place in Sundays race.
Second in race 1 and fourth in race 2 put Orange 1 Team Lazarus in title contention after their second visit of the year to Silverstone.
Local team FF Corse managed seventh despite only getting their car in time for the British GT round at Silverstone last month.
Former BARC Formula Renault Champion Colin Noble Jr now races for Radical in this RXC V8 GT3.
A total of three McLaren 650S GT3s raced at Silverstone, including this Garage 59 entry for Michael Benham and Duncan Tappy.
Gustavo Yacaman and team mate Fernando Monje took second place in Race 2.
Once the terror of British GT, Salih Yoluc managed to stay clean so that he and team mate Euan Hankey could claim their maiden win on Sunday.
Entered as a GT3 car this Renault RS01 looked out of its depth. V8 Racing managed only 11th place.
13th place and three laps down on Sunday is only half the tale for Craig Dolby and Tomas Enge. The pair took victory in the 70 minute race on Saturday.
Even 13 GT3 cars make an impressive sight heading out of Copse Corner as a pack.
Despite being run by FF Corse, the Ferrari 488 GT3 is actually owned by British GT and Ginetta stalwarts Fox Motorsport.
Balfe Motorsport are hunting for a title but could only manage fifth on Sunday.
Radical specialists RAW Motorsport bettered the factory team at Silverstone, claiming tenth in the final race of the weekend.
Paul McNeilly and Jamie Stanley took pole for race 2 but couldn't convert it to a win.
With a naked carbon livery, the AMG GT3 looked almost as good as it sounded.
The battle between the Balfe McLaren and Lazarus Lamborghini was tight but the Italian machine held out for fourth place.
Sports and You ran a single Mercedes AMG GT3 to ninth place for Manuel Da Costa and Miguel Sardinha.

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