It has been five weeks since the Blancpain GT field took to the track at Spa, the series returns this weekend at the venerable Hungaroring in Hungary. We take a look at what to expect from all of the drivers and their teams ahead of the Sprint Cup doubleheader.
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.
Audi R8 LMS’ featured heavily in the second race at the Adriatic race track in Italy this afternoon, with three of the German sportscars on the podium.
The picturesque Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli once again welcomes the Blancpain GT Sprint Cup. In the first part of our preview, we take a look at the contenders competing in the Pro Class this weekend.
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The Blancpain GT Series Silver Cup grows as the tight Pro Am battle resumes in Italy this weekend. We take a look at the protagonists in both of those classes ahead of what is going to be an exciting battle on the Adriatic coast.
Stuart Leonard and Frederic Vervisch took their first win of the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup at Brands Hatch on Sunday, closely followed by the sister car of Christopher Mies and Alex Riberas.
Dries Vanthoor and Frederic Vervisch were the drivers to beat in the two Qualifying sessions for round two of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup at Brands Hatch.
Ezequiel Pérez Companc was quickest for Grasser Racing in first practice in Brands Hatch, while Kelvin van der Linde put Attempto Racing on top in the second session.
Raffaele Marciello was quickest overall during practice for the opening round of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup season at Zolder, but three Audi’s filled the top five places in both Friday sessions.
The Checkered Flag looks ahead to the opening round of the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup, which gets underway this weekend at Zolder.
The Lamborghini of GRT Grasser Racing Team won the race, but the Garage 59 McLaren won the drivers title after the final Endurance Cup race at the Nurburgring
Luca Stolz claimed pole position at the Nurburgring in a heavily truncated qualifying session
GRT Grasser Racing Team’s Mirko Bortolotti has finished pre-qualifying on top spot in the team’s Lamborghini Huracan GT3
Maxi Buhk and Dominik Baumann combined to claim a well-earned victory in the penultimate round of the Sprint Cup at the Nurburgring
Enzo Ide showed his skill in an Audi as he fought off a twenty minute fight from Tristan Vautier’s Mercedes