Audi R8 LMS GT4
Fourth place and a lead in a standings: The Saintéloc Racing group finished third in a second turn of a GT4 European Series with a Audi R8 LMS GT4. Gregory Guilvert and Fabien Michal were usually 4.2 seconds brief of altogether feat in a second one-hour competition during Le Castellet. In a dual particular races, a French motorist pairing also won a Pro-Am sequence in any case. As a result, they lead a drivers’ standings in this class, and Saintéloc Racing is also forward in a group standings.
Two lectern places during Navarra: At a Campeonato de España Resistencia opener, Pierre Arraou clinched dual lectern places. The Frenchman was second in his category in a initial competition during Navarra in a Audi R8 LMS GT4 and won a sequence in a second race.
Audi RS 3 LMS (TCR)
Fraternally shared: Team Tecnodom Sport achieved a limit outcome during a opening turn of a TCR DSG Europe during Monza with stick position, feat and fastest competition lap. The Audi RS 3 LMS of a Italian patrol was common by a 3 brothers Kevin, Jonathan and Steven Giacon. In qualifying, Jonathan achieved a dual fastest times and also set a best time in a race. The array 6 Audi led a two-hour competition from a initial to a final of a 32 laps, though there was still some tragedy towards a end. Half an hour before a end, a reserve automobile neutralized a margin and brought a competitors closer together again. In a end, Tecnodom won by 4.4 seconds forward of HC Racing with drivers Gaetano Oliva/Simone Patrinicola, followed by BF Motorsport with Romy Dall’Antonia/Samuele Piccin. All 3 teams fielded an Audi RS 3 LMS each. All teams in a racing array rest exclusively on TCR competition cars with dual-clutch transmissions from a Volkswagen Group.
Silverware in Spain: Mirco outpost Nostrum/Álvaro Fontes clinched a lectern outcome during a start of a Campeonato de España Resistencia. The Dutch-Spanish motorist twin from a Circuito Do Sol group finished second in a TCR category in a Audi RS 3 LMS in a initial competition in Navarra. After 50 mins of racing, they were usually 3.6 seconds behind a winners and 29 seconds forward of their closest pursuers.
Coming adult subsequent week
03–05/06 Nürburgring (D), turn 1, FIA WTCR
03–06/06 Nürburgring (D), 24h Nürburgring
04–05/06 Ljungbyhed (S), turn 1, TCR Scandinavia
04–06/06 Misano (I), turn 2, Campionato Italiano GT Sprint
04–06/06 Albi (F), turn 3, GT4 France
04–06/06 Spa (B), turn 3, Belcar Endurance Championship
04–06/06 Virginia (USA), turn 3, GT4 America SprintX
05–06/06 Misano, turn 2 TCR Italy