2005 FIA GT Imola Supercar 500

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The 2005 FIA GT RAC Imola Supercar 500 was the fourth race for the 2005 FIA GT Championship season. It took place on 29 May 2005 at Imola.

Official results[edit]

Class winners in bold. Cars failing to complete 70% of winner's distance marked as Not Classified (NC).

Pos Class No Team Drivers Chassis Tyre Laps
Engine
1 GT1 6 Belgium GLPK-Carsport Belgium Bert Longin
Belgium Anthony Kumpen
Netherlands Mike Hezemans
Chevrolet Corvette C5-R M 97
Chevrolet LS7r 7.0L V8
2 GT1 11 France Larbre Compétition Switzerland Gabriele Gardel
Portugal Pedro Lamy
Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello M 97
Ferrari 5.9L V12
3 GT1 10 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Italy Fabio Babini
Italy Thomas Biagi
Maserati MC12 GT1 P 97
Maserati 6.0L V12
4 GT1 15 Monaco JMB Racing Italy Andrea Bertolini
Austria Karl Wendlinger
Maserati MC12 GT1 P 97
Maserati 6.0L V12
5 GT1 16 Monaco JMB Racing Austria Philipp Peter
United Kingdom Chris Buncombe
Russia Roman Rusinov
Maserati MC12 GT1 P 96
Maserati 6.0L V12
6 GT1 3 Italy GPC Sport Brazil Jaime Melo
France Jean-Philippe Belloc
Ferrari 575-GTC Maranello P 94
Ferrari 6.0L V12
7 GT2 88 United Kingdom GruppeM Racing France Emmanuel Collard
United Kingdom Tim Sugden
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 94
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
8 GT2 66 United Kingdom GruppeM Racing Germany Marc Lieb
Germany Mike Rockenfeller
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 94
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
9 G2 101 United Kingdom Balfe Motorsport United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Jamie Derbyshire
Mosler MT900R D 89
Chevrolet LS1 5.7L V8
10 GT1 8 United Kingdom Graham Nash Motorsport Italy Enea Casoni
Italy Edo Varini
Italy Marco Panzavuota
Saleen S7-R P 88
Ford 7.0L V8
11 GT2 87 Netherlands Lammertink Racing Germany Wolfgang Kaufmann
Italy Luca Moro
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR M 88
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
12 GT2 69 Germany Proton Competition Germany Christian Ried
Germany Gerold Ried
Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 88
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
13 GT2 74 Italy Ebimotors Italy Luigi Moccia
Italy Emanuele Busnelli
Porsche 911 GT3-RSR D 87
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
14 GT2 56 Czech Republic Czech National Team Czech Republic Jan Vonka
Italy Davide Amaduzzi
Italy Antonio De Castro
Porsche 911 GT3-RS D 86
Porsche 3.6L Flat-6
15
NC
GT1 20 Poland RAM Racing Poland Max Stanco
Poland Rafal Janus
Saleen S7-R P 66
Ford 7.0L V8
16
DNF
GT1 5 Germany Konrad Motorsport Austria Robert Lechner
Italy Matteo Bobbi
Saleen S7-R P 46
Ford 7.0L V8
17
DNF
GT1 4 Germany Konrad Motorsport Germany Harald Becker
Brazil Antônio Hermann
Saleen S7-R P 43
Ford 7.0L V8
18
DNF
GT2 85 United Kingdom Cirtek Motorsport United Kingdom Rob Wilson
United Kingdom Joe Macari
Ferrari 360 Modena GTC D 38
Ferrari 3.6L V8
19
DNF
G2 105 Belgium Belgian Racing Belgium Renaud Kuppens
Belgium Bas Leinders
Gillet Vertigo Streiff D 30
Alfa Romeo 3.6L V6
20
DNF
GT1 9 Germany Vitaphone Racing Team Germany Michael Bartels
Germany Timo Scheider
Maserati MC12 GT1 P 27
Maserati 6.0L V12
21
DNF
GT1 14 United Kingdom Lister Storm Racing United Kingdom Justin Keen
United States Liz Halliday
Lister Storm GT D 22
Jaguar 7.0L V12
22
DNF
GT1 2 Italy GPC Sport Switzerland Jean-Denis Délétraz
Italy Andrea Piccini
Ferrari 575-GTC Maranello P 21
Ferrari 6.0L V12
23
DNF
GT1 7 United Kingdom Graham Nash Motorsport Italy Paolo Ruberti
Switzerland Joël Camathias
Saleen S7-R P 11
Ford 7.0L V8
24
DNF
GT1 17 Russia Russian Age Racing France Christophe Bouchut
Russia Nikolai Fomenko
Russia Alexey Vasilyev
Ferrari 550-GTS Maranello M 3
Ferrari 5.9L V12

Statistics[edit]

  • Pole Position - #6 GLPK-Carsport - 1:45.835
  • Fastest Lap - #6 GLPK-Carsport - 1:47.868
  • Average Speed - 157.95 km/h

External links[edit]


FIA GT Championship
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2005 FIA GT Tourist Trophy
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2005 FIA GT Brno Supercar 500