It is Lamborghini versus McLaren, as the Am Cup finale gets underway in Barcelona this weekend. Can the Garage 59 squad lift the trophy, or will it be Barwell Motorsport taking the spoils?
Lamborghini is celebrating a fantastic double class victory at the Total 24 Hours of Spa. Despite the Pro class contender retiring from the race, the Huracan GT3’s in both the Silver Cup and the Am Cup were victorious.
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The Walkenhorst BMW driven by Philipp Eng, Tom Blomqvist and Christian Krognes came out on top in a close battle to win the Spa 24 Hours, with the #99 ROWE Racing BMW in second place.
While the overall standings often attract the most interest, the battles that take place elsewhere in the field are just as competitive. The combination of professional and amateur drivers in a single race has always been at the heart of endurance motorsport, and this remains as true as ever at Spa. In the third of our Total 24 Hours of Spa previews, we take a look at the Am Cup class.
Barwell Motorsport had huge success at the Paul Ricard 1000 Kms with podium finishes for both cars in their respective classes.
Bohemia Energy Racing with Scuderia Praha have finished the first five hours of the Hankook 12H Silverstone for GT and Prototypes on top of the timing sheets in difficult conditions.
Barwell Motorsport bagged a 1-2-3 finish in free practice 2, whilst Spirit of Race suffered an early exit after a heavy crash for Duncan Cameron.