2018 24H Proto Series

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2018 24H Proto Series
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The 2018 24H Proto Series powered by Hankook is the second season of the 24H Proto Series. Creventic is the organiser and promoter of the series. are contested with Le Mans Prototype and Group CN cars, as well as some special prototypes.

Calendar[edit]

Round Event Circuit Date Report
1 3x3H Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai Autodrome, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 5–7 January Report
2
3
4 12H Silverstone United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom 9–11 March Report
5 12H Navarra Spain Circuito de Navarra, Los Arcos, Spain 20–22 April Report
6 3x3H Portimão Portugal Algarve International Circuit, Portimão, Portugal 5–7 July Report
7
8
9 3x3H COTA United States Circuit of the Americas, Austin, United States 15–17 November Report
10
11
Source:[1]
  Race is part of the Championship of the Continents
  Race is part of the European Championship
  Race is part of both the Championship of the Continents and the European Championship

Entry List[edit]

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
P2
United Kingdom Simpson Motorsport Ginetta G57 P2 4 South Africa Simon Murray 1–3
United Kingdom Charlie Robertson 1–3
United Kingdom Jordan Sanders 1, 3
United Kingdom Mike Simpson 2, 4
United Kingdom Bob Berridge 4
United Kingdom Steve Tandy 4
6 Australia John Corbett 1–4
Australia Neale Muston 1–4
United Kingdom Mike Simpson 1–4
United Kingdom Jordan Sanders 1–2
P3
United Kingdom Speedworks Motorsport Ligier JS P3 22 Netherlands Kay van Berlo 1–3
United Kingdom Jack Butel 1–3
Russia Konstantin Gugkaev 1–3
France Graff Ligier JS P3 44 Poland Michał Broniszewski 1–3
Italy Giacomo Piccini 1–3
Switzerland Spirit of Race Ligier JS P3 48 Portugal Rui Águas 1–3
Italy Marco Cioci 1–3
Greece Kriton Lendoudis 1–3
Italy Piergiuseppe Perazzini 1–3
CN1
United Kingdom Tim Gray Motorsport Norma M20 FC 92 United Kingdom Sam Allpass 4
United Kingdom Stefano Leaney 4
United Kingdom Neil Primrose 4
France Krafft Racing Norma M20 FC 97 France Régis Tref 1–4
France Max Bortolami 1–3
France David Cristini 1–3
France Karl Pedraza 4
France Norbert Sauvain 4
98 France Daniel Kirmann 1–3
France François Kirmann 1–3
France Marc Vives 1–3
United Arab Emirates AUH Motorsports Radical SR3 RSX 177 Kuwait Mohammed Al Hassawi 1–3
Kuwait Mohammed Al Nusif 1–3
Kuwait Salem Al Nusif 1–3
Source:[2]

Race results[edit]

Bold indicates overall winner.

Classes United Arab Emirates 3x3h Dubai
(Rounds 1-3)
United Kingdom 12h Silverstone
(Round 4)
Spain 12h Navarra
(Round 5)
Portugal 3x3h Portimão
(Rounds 6-8)
United States 3x3h Austin
(Round 9-11)
P2 Winners United Kingdom No. 6 Simpson Motorsport United Kingdom No. 4 Simpson Motorsport United Kingdom No. 6 Simpson Motorsport United Kingdom No. 6 Simpson Motorsport No Entries
Australia John Corbett
Australia Neale Muston
United Kingdom Jordan Sanders
United Kingdom Mike Simpson
South Africa Simon Murray
United Kingdom Charlie Robertson
United Kingdom Mike Simpson
Australia John Corbett
Australia Neale Muston
United Kingdom Mike Simpson
United Kingdom Steve Tandy
United Kingdom Bob Berridge
United Kingdom Mike Simpson
United Kingdom Charlie Robertson
P3 Winners France No. 44 Graff United Kingdom No. 22 Speedworks Motorsport United Kingdom No. 22 Speedworks Motorsport No entries
Poland Michał Broniszewski
Italy Giacomo Piccini
Netherlands Kay van Benlo
United Kingdom Jack Butel
Russia Konstantin Gugkaev
Netherlands Kay van Benlo
United Kingdom Jack Butel
Russia Konstantin Gugkaev
CN1 Winners France No. 98 Krafft Racing France No. 97 Krafft Racing France No. 98 Krafft Racing France No. 97 Krafft Racing
France Daniel Kirmann
France François Kirmann
France Marc Vives
France Max Bortolami
France David Cristini
France Régis Tref
France Daniel Kirmann
France François Kirmann
France Marc Vives
France Karl Pedraza
France Norbert Sauvain
France Régis Tref

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CALENDAR 2018". 24hseries.com. Creventic. Retrieved 10 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Hankook 3x3H Dubai 2018 Entry List". 24hseries.com. Creventic. Retrieved 6 January 2018.

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