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2017 Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup
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The 2017 Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup was the fifth season of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup following on from the demise of the SRO Group's FIA GT1 World Championship (an auto racing series for grand tourer cars), the fourth with the designation of Blancpain Sprint Series or Blancpain GT Series Sprint Cup.

Calendar[edit]

At the annual press conference during the 2016 24 Hours of Spa on 29 July, the Stéphane Ratel Organisation announced the first draft of the 2017 calendar. The series started at Misano on 2 April and ended at the Nürburgring on 17 September.[1] Zandvoort would make its return on the schedule after a one-year absence, replacing the round in Barcelona, but on 7 November the SRO announced the finalised calendar, confirming Zandvoort had been replaced by Zolder. The finalised calendar also showed the series would return to the Hungaroring.[2]

Event Circuit Date Report
1 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico, Italy 2 April Report
2 United Kingdom Brands Hatch, Kent, Great Britain 7 May Report
3 Belgium Circuit Zolder, Heusden-Zolder, Belgium 4 June Report
4 Hungary Hungaroring, Mogyoród, Hungary 27 August Report
5 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany 17 September Report

Entry list[edit]

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[3][N 1]
Team WRT[3][N 1]
Audi R8 LMS[3] 1 Belgium Enzo Ide[4] P All
Germany Christopher Mies[4] 1–4
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch[5] 5
2 United Kingdom Will Stevens[4] P All
Germany Markus Winkelhock[4]
3 United Kingdom Jake Dennis[4] P All
Netherlands Pieter Schothorst[4]
5 Switzerland Marcel Fässler[4] P All
Belgium Dries Vanthoor[4]
17 United Kingdom Stuart Leonard[4] P All
United Kingdom Jamie Green[6] 1
Netherlands Robin Frijns[4] 2–5
United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport[7] Bentley Continental GT3[7] 7 Monaco Vincent Abril[7] P All
United Kingdom Steven Kane[7]
8 Spain Andy Soucek[7] P All
Belgium Maxime Soulet[7]
Switzerland Kessel Racing[7][N 2]
Kessel Racing TP12[8][N 2]
Ferrari 488 GT3[7] 11 Poland Michał Broniszewski[7] PA 1–3
Italy Giacomo Piccini[7]
39 Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[8] PA All
Netherlands Carlo van Dam[8]
Ferrari 458 Italia GT3[9] 888 United States Stephen Earle[9] Am 3–5
South Africa David Perel[9]
Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team[7] Lamborghini Huracán GT3[7] 19 Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc[7] P All
Austria Norbert Siedler[7] 1–3
Italy Raffaele Giammaria[10] 4
Italy Andrea Caldarelli[5] 5
63 Italy Mirko Bortolotti[7] P All
Germany Christian Engelhart[7]
82 France Tom Dillmann[5] P 5
Switzerland Rolf Ineichen[5]
Germany Reiter Young Stars[7] Lamborghini Gallardo R-EX[7] 24 Finland Marko Helistekangas[7] S 1–2
Australia Caitlin Wood[7]
France Saintéloc Racing[7] Audi R8 LMS[7] 26 Germany Christopher Haase[7] P 1–4
France Romain Monti[7]
France Simon Gachet[5] 5
Germany Peter Terting[5]
Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus[7] Lamborghini Huracán GT3[7] 27 Colombia Gustavo Yacamán[7] P 1–3
Italy Fabrizio Crestani[7] 1–2
Italy Nicola de Marco[11] 3
Italy Fabrizio Crestani[10] S 4–5
Germany Nicolas Pohler[10]
United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport[12][N 3]
Strakka Racing[12][N 3]
McLaren 650S GT3[12] 42 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson[13] S All
United Kingdom Nick Leventis[13] 1
Italy David Fumanelli[14] 2–3
Croatia Martin Kodrić[15] 4–5
43 United Kingdom Jonny Kane[9] P 3, 5
France Côme Ledogar[16] 3
Netherlands Steijn Schothorst[17] 5
44 Netherlands Loris Hezemans[13] P 1–2
United Kingdom Jonny Kane[13]
58 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat[13] P All
Portugal Álvaro Parente[13] 1–4
France Côme Ledogar[5] 5
59 United Kingdom Rob Bell[13] P All
United Kingdom Andrew Watson[13]
Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing[18] Lexus RC F GT3[18] 54 Spain Albert Costa[18] P 5
Monaco Stéphane Ortelli[18]
Switzerland Spirit of Race[7][N 4] Ferrari 488 GT3[7] 55 Italy Lorenzo Casè[19] S All
United Kingdom Phil Quaife[19]
Germany Attempto Racing[7] Lamborghini Huracán GT3[7] 66 Italy Marco Mapelli[7] P 1–3
Italy Giovanni Venturini[7]
Netherlands Max van Splunteren[20] S 4–5
Austria Christopher Zöchling[20] 4
Spain Isaac Tutumlu[5] 5
67 Netherlands Max van Splunteren[7] S 1–3
South Africa Adrian Zaugg[7] 1
Germany Nicolas Pohler[21] 2–3
Porsche 911 GT3 R[20] Austria Klaus Bachler[20] P 4
France Kévin Estre[20]
Germany Kornely Motorsport[22] Mercedes-AMG GT3[22] 70 Germany Kenneth Heyer[22] PA 1–2
Japan Yoshiharu Mori[22]
Czech Republic ISR[7] Audi R8 LMS[7] 74 Italy Kevin Ceccon[7] P 1–4
Germany Frank Stippler[7]
75 Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda[7] P 1–4
Austria Clemens Schmid[7]
Italy Kevin Ceccon[5] 5
Germany Frank Stippler[5]
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport[23][N 5]
HTP Motorsport[23][N 5]
Mercedes-AMG GT3[23] 84 Germany Maximilian Buhk[23] P All
France Franck Perera[24]
85 Germany Fabian Schiller[24] S All
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak[24]
86 Austria Dominik Baumann[7] P All
Sweden Jimmy Eriksson[24]
France AKKA ASP[25] Mercedes-AMG GT3[25] 87 France Jean-Luc Beaubelique[25] PA All
France Jules Gounon[25] 1–4
France Tristan Vautier[5] 5
88 Spain Daniel Juncadella[25] P All
Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés[25]
89 France Jean-Philippe Belloc[25] PA All
France Christophe Bourret[25]
90 Italy Raffaele Marciello[25] P All
United Kingdom Michael Meadows[25]
Germany Rowe Racing[26] BMW M6 GT3[26] 98 Finland Markus Palttala[27] P All
Finland Jesse Krohn[27] 1–3, 5
Austria Philipp Eng[27][28] 4
99 P 1–3
United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist[27] 1
Portugal António Félix da Costa[27] 2–3, 5
Germany Jens Klingmann[29] 5
Germany Rinaldi Racing[30] Ferrari 488 GT3[30] 333 Germany Daniel Keilwitz[30] PA All
Germany Alexander Mattschull[30]
488 Italy Matteo Malucelli[5] PA 5
Russia Rinat Salikhov[5]
Icon Class
P Pro Cup
PA Pro-Am Cup
S Silver Cup
Am Am Cup

Race results[edit]

Bold indicates overall winner.

Event Circuit Pole position Qualifying Race Winners Main Race
Pro Winners Pro-Am Winners Silver Winners Am Winners
1 Italy Misano Germany No. 66 Attempto Racing Germany No. 84 Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport Germany No. 84 Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing Germany No. 85 HTP Motorsport No entries
Italy Marco Mapelli
Italy Giovanni Venturini
Germany Maximilian Buhk
France Franck Perera
Germany Maximilian Buhk
France Franck Perera
Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
2 United Kingdom Brands Hatch Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing United Kingdom No. 42 Strakka Motorsport
Italy Mirko Bortolotti
Germany Christian Engelhart
Italy Mirko Bortolotti
Germany Christian Engelhart
Italy Mirko Bortolotti
Germany Christian Engelhart
Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Italy David Fumanelli
United Kingdom Lewis Williamson
3 Belgium Zolder Belgium No. 17 Team WRT Belgium No. 17 Team WRT Belgium No. 2 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Switzerland No. 11 Kessel Racing Germany No. 85 HTP Motorsport Switzerland No. 888 Kessel Racing
Netherlands Robin Frijns
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard
Netherlands Robin Frijns
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard
United Kingdom Will Stevens
Germany Markus Winkelhock
Poland Michał Broniszewski
Italy Giacomo Piccini
Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
United States Stephen Earle
South Africa David Perel
4 Hungary Hungaroring Belgium No. 5 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Belgium No. 5 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Belgium No. 5 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing Germany No. 85 HTP Motorsport No finishers
Switzerland Marcel Fässler
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Switzerland Marcel Fässler
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Switzerland Marcel Fässler
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
5 Germany Nürburgring Belgium No. 5 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Germany No. 84 Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport Belgium No. 17 Team WRT Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing Germany No. 85 HTP Motorsport Switzerland No. 888 Kessel Racing
Switzerland Marcel Fässler
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Germany Maximilian Buhk
France Franck Perera
Netherlands Robin Frijns
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard
Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
United States Stephen Earle
South Africa David Perel

Championship standings[edit]

Scoring system

Championship points were awarded for the first six positions in each Qualifying Race and for the first ten positions in each Main Race. The pole-sitter in the Qualifying Race also received one point and entries were required to complete 75% of the winning car's race distance in order to be classified and earn points. Individual drivers were required to participate for a minimum of 25 minutes in order to earn championship points in any race.

Qualifying Race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   Pole 
Points 8 6 4 3 2 1 1
Main Race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Drivers' championships[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Driver Team MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 United Kingdom Stuart Leonard Belgium Team WRT 12 24 7 2 1 3 5 4 6 1 82
Netherlands Robin Frijns 7 2 1 3 5 4 6 1
2 United Kingdom Will Stevens
Germany Markus Winkelhock
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Ret DNS 11 3 3 1 7 5 5 2 74
3 Germany Maximilian Buhk
France Franck Perera
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport 1 1 23 6 16 6 4 6 1 Ret 68
4 Italy Mirko Bortolotti
Germany Christian Engelhart
Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 8 9 1 1 Ret 15 2 3 19 5 67
5 Switzerland Marcel Fässler
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 9 Ret 18 5 13 4 1 1 3 10 62
6 Monaco Vincent Abril
United Kingdom Steven Kane
United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport 4 2 20 12 12 5 13 Ret 11 7 37
7 Finland Markus Palttala Germany Rowe Racing 11 7 2 4 26 12 12 11 10 4 36
8 Finland Jesse Krohn Germany Rowe Racing 11 7 2 4 26 12 10 4 36
9 United Kingdom Jake Dennis
Netherlands Pieter Schothorst
Belgium Team WRT 14 10 13 9 24 9 3 2 12 12 27
10 Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team Ret DNS 3 Ret 7 10 21 13 2 3 26
11 Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
Germany HTP Motorsport 2 12 16 17 17 8 14 8 9 6 22
12 Czech Republic Filip Salaquarda
Austria Clemens Schmid
Czech Republic ISR 10 15 12 Ret 4 2 17 DNS 21
13 Italy Andrea Caldarelli Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 2 3 21
14 Austria Dominik Baumann
Sweden Jimmy Eriksson
Germany HTP Motorsport 20 3 17 22 8 29 11 7 23 17 21
15 Spain Daniel Juncadella
Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés
France AKKA ASP 5 4 4 27 5 25 15 Ret Ret 19 19
16 Italy Raffaele Marciello
United Kingdom Michael Meadows
France AKKA ASP 3 16 8 7 2 24 9 12 13 14 16
17 Germany Christopher Haase
France Romain Monti
France Saintéloc Racing 7 5 Ret 8 31 14 10 9 16
18 Austria Philipp Eng Germany Rowe Racing 16 6 5 Ret 14 Ret 12 11 10
19 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Germany Rowe Racing 16 6 8
20 Italy Marco Mapelli
Italy Giovanni Venturini
Germany Attempto Racing 23 27 9 13 9 7 7
21 United Kingdom Rob Bell
United Kingdom Andrew Watson
United Kingdom Strakka Racing 18 8 15 21 22 11 24 17 16 9 6
22 Austria Norbert Siedler Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team Ret DNS 3 Ret 7 10 5
23 United Kingdom Jonny Kane United Kingdom Strakka Racing Ret DNS DNS DNS Ret Ret 8 8 4
24 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 8 4
25 Spain Andy Soucek
Belgium Maxime Soulet
United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport Ret DNS 24 18 15 19 6 25 4 15 4
26 Portugal António Félix da Costa Germany Rowe Racing 5 Ret 14 Ret 7 11 2
27 Belgium Enzo Ide Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 6 11 Ret 14 6 13 8 18 14 16 2
28 Germany Christopher Mies Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 6 11 Ret 14 6 13 8 18 2
29 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat United Kingdom Strakka Racing 22 18 6 10 10 28 20 24 Ret 25 2
30 Portugal Álvaro Parente United Kingdom Strakka Racing 22 18 6 10 10 28 20 24 2
31 Austria Klaus Bachler
France Kévin Estre
Germany Attempto Racing 16 10 1
Germany Jens Klingmann Germany Rowe Racing 7 11 0
Italy Kevin Ceccon
Germany Frank Stippler
Czech Republic ISR 21 25 10 Ret 28 30 26 14 Ret Ret 0
United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 19 13 14 11 11 18 25 Ret 17 13 0
Italy David Fumanelli United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 14 11 11 18 0
United Kingdom Jamie Green Belgium Team WRT 12 24 0
Poland Michał Broniszewski
Italy Giacomo Piccini
Switzerland Kessel Racing 13 22 27 25 20 16 0
Croatia Martin Kodrić United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 25 Ret 17 13 0
United Kingdom Nick Leventis United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 19 13 0
Italy Raffaele Giammaria Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 21 13 0
Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Germany Rinaldi Racing 25 14 19 16 19 27 18 15 18 18 0
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 14 16 0
Italy Fabrizio Crestani Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 15 17 21 15 23 23 25 23 0
Colombia Gustavo Yacamán Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 15 17 21 15 29 Ret 0
France Tom Dillmann
Switzerland Rolf Ineichen
Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 15 29 0
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Switzerland Kessel Racing TP12 17 19 26 20 18 20 19 16 26 20 0
Italy Lorenzo Casè
United Kingdom Phil Quaife
Switzerland Spirit of Race Ret DNS 25 19 25 17 22 19 DNS DNS 0
Netherlands Max van Splunteren Germany Attempto Racing Ret DNS Ret 26 21 21 28 20 21 Ret 0
France Jean-Philippe Belloc
France Christophe Bourret
France AKKA ASP Ret 20 28 24 27 23 29 22 29 26 0
France Simon Gachet
Germany Peter Terting
France Saintéloc Racing 20 22 0
Austria Christopher Zöchling Germany Attempto Racing 28 20 0
Germany Nicolas Pohler Germany Attempto Racing Ret 26 21 21 0
Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 23 23 25 23
France Jean-Luc Beaubelique France AKKA ASP Ret 26 22 23 23 22 27 21 27 24 0
France Jules Gounon France AKKA ASP Ret 26 22 23 23 22 27 21 0
Spain Albert Costa
Monaco Stéphane Ortelli
Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing 22 21 0
Finland Marko Helistekangas
Australia Caitlin Wood
Germany Reiter Young Stars 26 21 WD WD 0
Spain Isaac Tutumlu Germany Attempto Racing 21 Ret 0
Germany Kenneth Heyer
Japan Yoshiharu Mori
Germany Kornely Motorsport 24 23 WD WD 0
France Tristan Vautier France AKKA ASP 27 24 0
Italy Matteo Malucelli
Russia Rinat Salikhov
Germany Rinaldi Racing 24 28 0
France Côme Ledogar United Kingdom Strakka Racing Ret Ret Ret 25 0
United States Stephen Earle
South Africa David Perel
Switzerland Kessel Racing 30 26 30 Ret 28 27 0
Italy Nicola de Marco Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 29 Ret 0
Netherlands Loris Hezemans United Kingdom Strakka Racing Ret DNS DNS DNS
South Africa Adrian Zaugg Germany Attempto Racing Ret DNS
Pos. Driver Team QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Key
Colour Result
Gold Race winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Excluded (EX)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did Not Participate

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Pro-Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Germany Daniel Keilwitz
Germany Alexander Mattschull
Germany Rinaldi Racing 25 14 19 16 19 27 18 15 18 18 144
2 Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Switzerland Kessel Racing TP12 17 19 26 20 18 20 19 16 26 20 119
3 France Jean-Luc Beaubelique France AKKA ASP Ret 26 22 23 23 22 27 21 27 24 87
4 France Jean-Philippe Belloc
France Christophe Bourret
France AKKA ASP Ret 20 28 24 27 23 29 22 29 26 72
5 France Jules Gounon France AKKA ASP Ret 26 22 23 23 22 27 21 69
6 Poland Michał Broniszewski
Italy Giacomo Piccini
Switzerland Kessel Racing 13 22 27 25 20 16 62
7 France Tristan Vautier France AKKA ASP 27 24 18
8 Italy Matteo Malucelli
Russia Rinat Salikhov
Germany Rinaldi Racing 24 28 16
9 Germany Kenneth Heyer
Japan Yoshiharu Mori
Germany Kornely Motorsport 24 23 WD WD 14
Pos. Driver Team QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Silver Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Germany Fabian Schiller
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak
Germany HTP Motorsport 2 12 16 17 17 8 14 8 9 6 154
2 United Kingdom Lewis Williamson United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 19 13 14 11 11 18 25 Ret 17 13 110
3 Italy Lorenzo Casè
United Kingdom Phil Quaife
Switzerland Spirit of Race Ret DNS 25 19 25 17 22 19 DNS DNS 65
4 Germany Nicolas Pohler Germany Attempto Racing Ret 26 21 21 62
Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 23 23 25 23
5 Italy David Fumanelli United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 14 11 11 18 58
6 Netherlands Max van Splunteren Germany Attempto Racing Ret DNS Ret 26 21 21 28 20 21 Ret 50
7 Italy Fabrizio Crestani Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus 23 23 25 23 34
8 Croatia Martin Kodrić United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 25 Ret 17 13 27
9 United Kingdom Nick Leventis United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport 19 13 25
10 Finland Marko Helistekangas
Australia Caitlin Wood
Germany Reiter Young Stars 26 21 WD WD 19
11 Austria Christopher Zöchling Germany Attempto Racing 28 20 17
12 Spain Isaac Tutumlu Germany Attempto Racing 21 Ret 5
South Africa Adrian Zaugg Germany Attempto Racing Ret DNS
Pos. Driver Team QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 United States Stephen Earle
South Africa David Perel
Switzerland Kessel Racing 30 26 30 Ret 28 27 77
Pos. Driver Team QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Teams' championships[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Audi 6 11 11 3 3 1 1 1 3 2 106
2 Belgium Team WRT Audi 12 10 7 2 1 3 3 2 6 1 97
3 Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team Lamborghini 8 9 1 1 7 10 2 3 2 3 91
4 Germany (Mercedes-AMG Team) HTP Motorsport Mercedes-Benz 1 1 16 6 8 6 4 6 1 6 87
5 Germany Rowe Racing BMW 11 6 2 4 14 12 12 11 7 4 49
6 United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport Bentley 4 2 20 12 12 5 6 25 4 7 48
7 France AKKA ASP Mercedes-Benz 3 4 4 7 2 22 9 12 13 14 46
8 France Saintéloc Racing Audi 7 5 Ret 8 31 14 10 9 20 22 31
9 United Kingdom Strakka Racing McLaren 18 8 6 10 10 11 20 17 8 8 25
10 Czech Republic ISR Audi 10 15 10 Ret 4 2 17 14 Ret Ret 23
11 Germany Attempto Racing Lamborghini
Porsche
23 27 9 13 9 7 16 10 21 Ret 18
12 United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport McLaren 19 13 14 11 11 18 25 Ret 17 13 7
13 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 25 14 19 16 19 27 18 15 18 18 2
Switzerland Kessel Racing (TP12) Ferrari 13 19 26 20 18 16 19 16 26 20 0
Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus Lamborghini 15 17 21 15 29 Ret 23 23 25 23 0
Italy AF Corse Ferrari Ret DNS 25 19 25 17 22 19 DNS DNS 0
Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing Lexus 22 21 0
Germany Reiter Young Stars Lamborghini 26 21 WD WD 0
Germany Kornely Motorsport Mercedes-Benz 24 23 WD WD 0
Pos. Team Manufacturer QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Pro-Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 25 14 19 16 19 27 18 15 18 18 150
2 Switzerland Kessel Racing (TP12) Ferrari 13 19 26 20 18 16 19 16 26 20 130
3 France AKKA ASP Mercedes-Benz Ret 20 22 23 23 22 27 21 27 24 99
4 Germany Kornely Motorsport Mercedes-Benz 24 23 WD WD 18
Pos. Team Manufacturer QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Silver Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Germany HTP Motorsport Mercedes-Benz 2 12 16 17 17 8 14 8 9 6 154
2 United Kingdom Strakka Motorsport McLaren 19 13 14 11 11 18 25 Ret 17 13 110
3 Italy AF Corse Ferrari Ret DNS 25 19 25 17 22 19 DNS DNS 65
4 Germany Attempto Racing Lamborghini Ret DNS Ret 26 21 21 28 20 21 Ret 50
5 Italy Orange 1 Team Lazarus Lamborghini 23 23 25 23 34
6 Germany Reiter Young Stars Lamborghini 26 21 WD WD 19
Pos. Driver Team QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
Points
QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR
1 Switzerland Kessel Racing Ferrari 30 26 30 Ret 28 27 77
Pos. Team Manufacturer QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR QR MR Points
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
ZOL
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cars 1, 2 and 5 entered as Belgian Audi Club Team WRT and cars No. 3 and 17 entered as Team WRT.
  2. ^ a b Cars No. 11 and 888 entered as Kessel Racing and car No. 39 entered as Kessel Racing TP12.
  3. ^ a b Car No. 42 entered as Strakka Motorsport and cars No. 43, 44, 58 and 59 entered as Strakka Racing.
  4. ^ Car No. 55 entered as Spirit of Race under Swiss licence, but its drivers scored points for AF Corse.
  5. ^ a b Car No. 84 entered as Mercedes-AMG Team HTP Motorsport and cars No. 85 and 86 entered as HTP Motorsport.

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