2018 Blancpain GT Series

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2018 Blancpain GT Series
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The 2018 Blancpain GT Series was the fifth season of the Blancpain GT Series. The season began on 7 April at Zolder and ended on 30 September in Barcelona. The season featured ten rounds, five Endurance Cup rounds and five Sprint Cup rounds.

Calendar[edit]

At the annual press conference during the 2017 24 Hours of Spa on 28 July, the Stéphane Ratel Organisation announced the first draft of the 2018 calendar. Zolder became the season opener instead of Misano.[1] On 17 September 2017, it was announced the race at Silverstone was moved a week to avoid a clash with the Nürburgring 24 Hours.[2] On 9 October 2017, the finalised calendar was announced, confirming the dates of the races at the Hungaroring.[3]

Race format

In previous years a Sprint race weekend consisted of one Qualifying session, one Qualifying Race - of which the results set up the grid for the Main Race - and one Main Race. On 2 October 2017, changes to the format of Sprint race weekends were announced. In 2018 a Sprint race weekend consisted of two races scoring equal points and featuring separate Qualifying sessions for each race.[4]

Round Circuit Date Series Report
1 Belgium Circuit Zolder, Heusden-Zolder, Belgium 7–8 April Sprint Report
2 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy 22 April Endurance Report
3 United Kingdom Brands Hatch, Kent, Great Britain 5–6 May Sprint Report
4 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, Great Britain 20 May Endurance Report
5 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France 2 June Endurance Report
6 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico, Italy 23–24 June Sprint Report
7 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, Belgium 28–29 July Endurance Report
8 Hungary Hungaroring, Mogyoród, Hungary 1–2 September Sprint Report
9 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany 15–16 September Sprint Report
10 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló, Spain 30 September Endurance Report

Race results[edit]

Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Pole position Pro Winners Silver Winners Pro-Am Winners Am Winners
1 R1 Belgium Zolder Belgium No. 2 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[5] Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team[6] Belgium No. 3 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[6] Thailand No. 39 TP 12 - Kessel Racing[6] Belgium No. 15 Boutsen Ginion Racing[6]
United Kingdom Will Stevens[5]
Belgium Dries Vanthoor[5]
Italy Mirko Bortolotti[6]
Germany Christian Engelhart[6]
Belgium Gilles Magnus[6]
Belgium Alessio Picariello[6]
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[6]
Netherlands Carlo van Dam[6]
France Pierre Feligioni[6]
France Claude-Yves Gosselin[6]
R2 Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team[7] Germany No. 66 Attempto Racing[8] Belgium No. 3 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[8] Thailand No. 39 TP 12 - Kessel Racing[8] Belgium No. 15 Boutsen Ginion Racing[8]
Italy Mirko Bortolotti[7]
Germany Christian Engelhart[7]
South Africa Kelvin van der Linde[8]
Netherlands Steijn Schothorst[8]
Belgium Gilles Magnus[8]
Belgium Alessio Picariello[8]
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[8]
Netherlands Carlo van Dam[8]
France Pierre Feligioni[8]
France Claude-Yves Gosselin[8]
2 Italy Monza Russia No. 72 SMP Racing[9] Belgium No. 1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[10] Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Jaguar Racing[10] Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing[10] France No. 89 AKKA ASP Team[10]
Russia Mikhail Aleshin[9]
Spain Miguel Molina[9]
Italy Davide Rigon[9]
Germany Christopher Mies[10]
Spain Alex Riberas[10]
Belgium Dries Vanthoor[10]
Switzerland Alex Fontana[10]
Canada Mikaël Grenier[10]
Switzerland Adrian Zaugg[10]
Germany Alexander Mattschull[10]
Russia Rinat Salikhov[10]
Germany Dominik Schwager[10]
France Fabien Barthez[10]
France Eric Debard[10]
Switzerland Philippe Giauque[10]
3 R1 United Kingdom Brands Hatch Belgium No. 2 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[11] Belgium No. 2 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[12] United Kingdom No. 31 Team Parker Racing[12] Thailand No. 39 TP 12 - Kessel Racing[12] No entries
United Kingdom Will Stevens[11]
Belgium Dries Vanthoor[11]
United Kingdom Will Stevens[12]
Belgium Dries Vanthoor[12]
United Kingdom Josh Caygill[12]
Republic of Ireland Árón Taylor-Smith[12]
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi[12]
Netherlands Carlo van Dam[12]
R2 Belgium No. 17 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[11] Belgium No. 17 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[13] France No. 37 3Y Technology[13] France No. 26 Saintéloc Racing[13]
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard[11]
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch[11]
United Kingdom Stuart Leonard[13]
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch[13]
Brazil Lukas Moraes[13]
United Kingdom Andrew Watson[13]
France Nyls Stievenart[13]
Germany Markus Winkelhock[13]
4 United Kingdom Silverstone Switzerland No. 76 R-Motorsport[14] Switzerland No. 76 R-Motorsport[15] Germany No. 6 Black Falcon[15] United Kingdom No. 49 Ram Racing[15] United Kingdom No. 188 Garage 59[15]
United Kingdom Jake Dennis[14]
Denmark Nicki Thiim[14]
France Matthieu Vaxivière[14]
United Kingdom Jake Dennis[15]
Denmark Nicki Thiim[15]
France Matthieu Vaxivière[15]
Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Al Faisal[15]
Germany Hubert Haupt[15]
Italy Gabriele Piana[15]
United Kingdom Darren Burke[15]
United Kingdom Euan Hankey[15]
Turkey Salih Yoluç[15]
United Kingdom Chris Goodwin[15]
United Kingdom Chris Harris[15]
Sweden Alexander West[15]
5 France Paul Ricard Switzerland No. 76 R-Motorsport[16] Switzerland No. 14 Emil Frey Lexus Racing[17] United Kingdom No. 78 Barwell Motorsport[17] Italy No. 51 AF Corse[17] United Kingdom No. 188 Garage 59[17]
United Kingdom Jake Dennis[16]
Denmark Nicki Thiim[16]
France Matthieu Vaxivière[16]
Spain Albert Costa[17]
Austria Christian Klien[17]
Germany Marco Seefried[17]
Italy Michele Beretta[17]
Croatia Martin Kodrić[17]
United Kingdom Sandy Mitchell[17]
United Kingdom Duncan Cameron[17]
Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin[17]
Italy Gianluca de Lorenzi[17]
United Kingdom Chris Goodwin[17]
United Kingdom Chris Harris[17]
Sweden Alexander West[17]
6 R1 Italy Misano France No. 87 AKKA ASP Team[18] Belgium No. 1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[19] France No. 90 AKKA ASP Team[19] France No. 26 Saintéloc Racing[19] No entries
Russia Denis Bulatov[18]
France Nico Jamin[18]
Germany Christopher Mies[19]
Spain Alex Riberas[19]
Germany Nico Bastian[19]
United Kingdom Jack Manchester[19]
France Nyls Stievenart[19]
Germany Markus Winkelhock[19]
R2 France No. 88 AKKA ASP Team[18] Belgium No. 1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[20] France No. 87 AKKA ASP Team[20] France No. 26 Saintéloc Racing[20]
Italy Raffaele Marciello[18]
United Kingdom Michael Meadows[18]
Germany Christopher Mies[20]
Spain Alex Riberas[20]
Russia Denis Bulatov[20]
France Nico Jamin[20]
France Nyls Stievenart[20]
Germany Markus Winkelhock[20]
7 Belgium Spa-Francorchamps Switzerland No. 62 R-Motorsport[21] Germany No. 34 Walkenhorst Motorsport[22] Italy No. 12 Ombra Racing[22] Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing[22] United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport[22]
Austria Dominik Baumann[21]
Germany Marvin Kirchhöfer[21]
Belgium Maxime Martin[21]
United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist[22]
Austria Philipp Eng[22]
Norway Christian Krognes[22]
Italy Alex Frassineti[22]
China Kang Ling[22]
France Romain Monti[22]
Italy Andrea Rizzoli[22]
Germany Daniel Keilwitz[22]
Germany Alexander Mattschull[22]
South Africa David Perel[22]
Russia Rinat Salikhov[22]
United Kingdom Richard Abra[22]
Switzerland Adrian Amstutz[22]
Finland Patrick Kujala[22]
Russia Leo Machitski[22]
8 R1 Hungary Hungaroring France No. 90 AKKA ASP Team[23] Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team[24] France No. 87 AKKA ASP Team[24] France No. 751 SunEnergy1 Racing[24] No entries
Germany Nico Bastian[23]
United Kingdom Jack Manchester[23]
Italy Mirko Bortolotti[24]
Germany Christian Engelhart[24]
Russia Denis Bulatov[24]
France Nico Jamin[24]
Australia Kenny Habul[24]
France Tristan Vautier[24]
R2 France No. 88 AKKA ASP Team[23] France No. 88 AKKA ASP Team[25] France No. 87 AKKA ASP Team[25] France No. 26 Saintéloc Racing[25]
Italy Raffaele Marciello[23]
United Kingdom Michael Meadows[23]
Italy Raffaele Marciello[25]
United Kingdom Michael Meadows[25]
Russia Denis Bulatov[25]
France Nico Jamin[25]
France Nyls Stievenart[25]
Germany Markus Winkelhock[25]
9 R1 Germany Nürburgring Austria No. 63 GRT Grasser Racing Team[26] Belgium No. 1 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[27] Belgium No. 3 Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[27] France No. 26 Saintéloc Racing[27]
Italy Mirko Bortolotti[26]
Germany Christian Engelhart[26]
Germany Christopher Mies[27]
Spain Alex Riberas[27]
Switzerland Ricardo Feller[27]
Belgium Adrien De Leener[27]
France Nyls Stievenart[27]
Germany Markus Winkelhock[27]
R2 Germany No. 6 Black Falcon[26] France No. 88 AKKA ASP Team[28] Germany No. 6 Black Falcon[28] Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing[28]
Germany Hubert Haupt[26]
Germany Luca Stolz[26]
Italy Raffaele Marciello[28]
United Kingdom Michael Meadows[28]
Germany Hubert Haupt[28]
Germany Luca Stolz[28]
South Africa David Perel[28]
Russia Rinat Salikhov[28]
10 Spain Barcelona-Catalunya Germany No. 4 Mercedes-AMG Team Black Falcon[29] Germany No. 4 Mercedes-AMG Team Black Falcon[30] Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Jaguar Racing[31] Italy No. 27 Daiko Lazarus Racing[31] United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport[31]
Netherlands Yelmer Buurman[29]
Germany Maro Engel[29]
Germany Luca Stolz[29]
Netherlands Yelmer Buurman[30]
Germany Maro Engel[30]
Germany Luca Stolz[30]
Switzerland Alex Fontana[31]
Canada Mikaël Grenier[31]
Switzerland Adrian Zaugg[31]
Italy Giuseppe Cipriani[31]
Italy Fabrizio Crestani[31]
Portugal Miguel Ramos[31]
United Kingdom Richard Abra[31]
Switzerland Adrian Amstutz[31]
Russia Leo Machitski[31]

Championship standings[edit]

Scoring system

Championship points were awarded for the first ten positions in each race. The pole-sitter 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. A new points system was introduced in the Sprint Cup this season. It takes the maximum points an entry could earn in the old 'Qualifying Race + Main Race'-format divided by two.[32]

Sprint Cup Race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole 
Points 16.5 12 9.5 7.5 6 4.5 3 2 1 0.5 1
Endurance Cup Race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1
1000 km Paul Ricard points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole 
Points 33 24 19 15 12 9 6 4 2 1 1
24 Hours of Spa points

Points were awarded after six hours, after twelve hours and at the finish.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole 
Points after 6hrs/12hrs 12 9 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1
Points at the finish 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Drivers' championships[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 Italy Raffaele Marciello France AKKA ASP Team 8 2 3 4 2 10 2 1 4 1 164
France Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP 11 2 4 15 3 6 2
2 Germany Christopher Mies
Spain Alex Riberas
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 3 Ret 1 2 2 4 Ret 1 1 Ret 4 1 16 15 127.5
Belgium Audi Sport Team WRT 24 15 40
3 United Kingdom Michael Meadows France AKKA ASP Team 8 2 3 4 2 10 2 1 4 1 104
Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP Ret Ret 7 36 23 16 14
4 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde Germany Attempto Racing 4 1 6 8 3 19 Ret Ret 4 10 3 6 4 DNS 101
Germany Montaplast by Land-Motorsport 1 9 3
5 Belgium Dries Vanthoor Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 2 11 1 1 Ret 4 Ret Ret 2 5 7 2 Ret 15 100.5
Belgium Audi Sport Team WRT 24 15 40
6 Germany Luca Stolz Germany (Mercedes-AMG Team) Black Falcon 3 6 Ret 5 2 5 9 12 15 2 1 87
7 Netherlands Yelmer Buurman
Germany Maro Engel
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team Black Falcon 3 6 Ret 5 2 5 1 73
8 Netherlands Steijn Schothorst Germany Attempto Racing 4 1 6 8 3 19 Ret Ret 4 20 18 44 10 3 6 4 DNS 73
9 Germany Christopher Haase France Saintéloc Racing 10 12 14 7 8 Ret 6 Ret 3 4 2 10 3 45 71.5
France Audi Sport Team Saintéloc 16 4 4
10 Italy Mirko Bortolotti
Germany Christian Engelhart
Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 1 7 4 10 5 10 13 3 18 55 59 Ret 1 6 DSQ EX 13 70.5
11 United Kingdom Will Stevens Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 2 11 1 Ret Ret 2 5 7 2 Ret 63.5
12 France Simon Gachet France Saintéloc Racing 10 12 14 7 8 Ret 6 Ret 3 63 63 Ret 4 2 10 3 45 53.5
13 France Tristan Vautier France Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP 11 2 15 3 6 15 DNS 2 51
14 United Kingdom Stuart Leonard Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 5 5 7 4 1 12 12 8 6 60 60 Ret Ret 16 11 9 Ret 50.5
15 Spain Albert Costa
Austria Christian Klien
Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing Ret 20 17 11 14 9 1 9 Ret 31 20 13 6 13 5 7 Ret 50.5
16 Italy Andrea Caldarelli Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 6 3 4 12 Ret 10 13 4 20 55 59 Ret 16 11 3 5 13 50
17 Austria Philipp Eng Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 4 1 1 47
Germany Rowe Racing 8
18 United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist Germany Rowe Racing 11 9 45
Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 4 1 1
19 Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 6 3 Ret 12 Ret 30 17 4 20 19 19 14 16 11 3 5 6 45
20 France Nico Jamin France AKKA ASP Team 9 4 36 5 6 37 Ret Ret 5 62 62 Ret 3 8 7 6 Ret 45
21 Norway Christian Krognes Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 4 1 1 43
22 Belgium Frédéric Vervisch Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 4 1 12 43
France Audi Sport Team Saintéloc 16 4 4
23 South Africa Sheldon van der Linde Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 7 12 12 8 6 Ret 40.5
Germany Montaplast by Land-Motorsport 1 9 3
24 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou France Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP 2 4 7 6 40.5
25 Germany Marco Seefried Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing 17 9 1 31 20 13 Ret 35
26 Spain Daniel Juncadella France Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP 11 15 3 6 2 33
27 United Kingdom Jake Dennis
Denmark Nicki Thiim
France Matthieu Vaxivière
Switzerland R-Motorsport Ret 1 31 13 11 9 40 29
28 France Jules Gounon
United Kingdom Steven Kane
United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport 24 21 2 11 5 25 21 29
28 South Africa Jordan Pepper United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport 2 11 5 25 21 29
29 United Kingdom Alexander Sims Germany Rowe Racing Ret 7 6 2 8 29
30 Switzerland Jeffrey Schmidt Germany Attempto Racing 13 22 Ret 28
Germany Montaplast by Land-Motorsport 1 9 3
31 Austria Norbert Siedler Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing 14 13 21 9 9 3 35 5 8 28 53 Ret 11 14 9 8 Ret 28
32 Germany Markus Winkelhock France Saintéloc Racing 15 15 27 17 11 35 6 11 9 18 19 12 15 24 28
France Audi Sport Team Saintéloc 16 4 4
33 Netherlands Nick Catsburg Germany Rowe Racing Ret 7 6 2 9 27
33 Germany Jens Klingmann Germany Rowe Racing Ret 13 11 7 6 2 9 27
34 Netherlands Robin Frijns Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 5 5 7 Ret 16 11 9 27
Belgium Audi Sport Team WRT 6 10 8
35 Monaco Stéphane Ortelli Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing 14 13 21 9 9 3 35 5 8 28 53 Ret Ret 25
36 Switzerland Alex Fontana
Canada Mikaël Grenier
Switzerland Emil Frey Jaguar Racing 5 44 16 7 11 29 35 28 4 25
37 Russia Denis Bulatov Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP Ret Ret 7 36 23 16 14 24.5
France AKKA ASP Team Ret 5 3 8
38 Germany Maximilian Buhk
Germany Maximilian Götz
United Kingdom Strakka Racing 2 8 9 24
United Kingdom Mercedes-AMG Team Strakka Racing 21 12 11 17
39 Russia Mikhail Aleshin
Spain Miguel Molina
Italy Davide Rigon
Russia SMP Racing 44 7 33 22 14 10 3 23
40 Switzerland Adrian Zaugg Switzerland Emil Frey Jaguar Racing 5 44 16 29 35 28 4 22
41 United Kingdom Alex Buncombe
United Kingdom Matt Parry
United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN 42 16 5 9 8 7 23 21
41 Spain Lucas Ordóñez United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN 42 16 5 9 8 7 42
42 Portugal Álvaro Parente United Kingdom Strakka Racing 2 9 20
United Kingdom Mercedes-AMG Team Strakka Racing 21 12 11 17
43 United Kingdom Andrew Watson France 3Y Technology 17 17 DSQ 10 14 16 20 15 19.5
United Kingdom Garage 59 15 15 3 45 39 42 26
44 United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat
France Côme Ledogar
United Kingdom Garage 59 15 15 3 45 39 42 26 19
45 Puerto Rico Félix Serrallés France AKKA ASP Team 9 4 5 6 19
46 Finland Markus Palttala Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing 21 3 35 28 53 Ret 11 14 9 8 Ret 18
47 Monaco Vincent Abril
Spain Andy Soucek
Belgium Maxime Soulet
United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport 43 14 36 3 32 Ret 5 17
48 Germany Hubert Haupt Germany Black Falcon 10 18 15 33 29 23 9 12 15 2 44 15
49 Germany Thomas Jäger United Kingdom Strakka Racing 38 15
France Mercedes-AMG Team AKKA ASP 4
Germany SunEnergy1 Team HTP Motorsport 23 25 20
50 Netherlands Pieter Schothorst Germany Attempto Racing Ret 14 6 6 12 19 Ret Ret 12 20 18 44 12 17 8 12 DNS 14.5
51 Italy David Fumanelli United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 8 8 8 16 17 14
52 Finland Jesse Krohn Germany Rowe Racing Ret 13 Ret 2 55 Ret 8 13
53 Germany Marvin Kirchhöfer
Belgium Maxime Martin
Switzerland R-Motorsport 9 5 38 17 17 35 19 13
54 France Franck Perera Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 20 Ret 20 13 7 17 39 17 7 14 27 Ret 13 5 Ret 12
54 Netherlands Loris Hezemans Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team 20 Ret 13 7 17 7 13 5 12
55 United Kingdom Alex Brundle Switzerland R-Motorsport 9 5 38 12
56 Germany Nico Bastian
United Kingdom Jack Manchester
France AKKA ASP Team 11 9 12 19 15 Ret 27 6 15 39 30 Ret 7 9 16 17 16 10.5
57 Brazil Felipe Fraga United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 57 58 Ret 7 10
58 United Kingdom Ricky Collard Germany Rowe Racing Ret Ret Ret 2 55 Ret 9
58 Germany Marco Wittmann Germany Rowe Racing Ret 2 55 Ret 9
59 Switzerland Nico Müller
Germany René Rast
Belgium Audi Sport Team WRT 6 10 8 8
60 Italy Marco Mapelli Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team Ret 17 19 19 14 6 8
61 France Adrien Tambay United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 38 8 8
62 Belgium Gilles Magnus
Belgium Alessio Picariello
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 7 6 7.5
63 Germany Pierre Kaffer Germany Attempto Racing Ret 14 13 6 12 22 Ret Ret 12 46 36 24 12 17 8 12 6.5
64 Germany Christian Vietoris United Kingdom Strakka Racing 57 58 Ret 7 7
64 United Kingdom Oliver Rowland United Kingdom Strakka Racing 38 7 6
64 Russia Vitaly Petrov Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP Ret Ret 7 36 23 16 6
65 Russia Aleksey Korneev Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP 16 8 18 Ret 12 17 8 18 14 4
65 Russia Vladimir Atoev Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP 16 8 18 Ret 12 17 8 18 4
66 Austria Lucas Auer United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 4
67 New Zealand Earl Bamber
Germany Timo Bernhard
Belgium Laurens Vanthoor
Germany KÜS Team75 Bernhard 10 7 Ret 4
68 United Kingdom Chris Buncombe
United Kingdom Nick Leventis
United Kingdom Lewis Williamson
United Kingdom Strakka Racing 25 24 26 8 16 17 39 2
69 France Romain Dumas
France Frédéric Makowiecki
Germany Dirk Werner
Germany Manthey Racing 45 11 10 12 41 29 10 2
70 France Nyls Stievenart France Saintéloc Racing 15 15 27 17 11 35 30 11 9 63 63 Ret 18 19 12 15 24 1
71 Switzerland Ricardo Feller
Belgium Adrien De Leener
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 10 13 14 10 13 Ret 1
72 Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Al Faisal
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Black Falcon 10 18 15 33 29 23 44 1
73 Austria Dominik Baumann Switzerland R-Motorsport 17 17 35 19 1
74 South Africa David Perel Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 21 15 Ret 10 0.5
74 Russia Rinat Salikhov Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 41 Ret 18 21 15 Ret 10 0.5
74 Brazil Lukas Moraes France 3Y Technology 17 17 DSQ 10 14 16 20 15 Ret 14 0.5
74 Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Thailand TP 12 - Kessel Racing 12 10 14 13 13 14 17 21 Ret 13 0.5
Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium
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

Silver Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 Germany Nico Bastian
United Kingdom Jack Manchester
France AKKA ASP Team 11 9 12 19 15 Ret 27 6 15 39 30 Ret 7 9 16 17 16 157.5
2 Germany Hubert Haupt Germany Black Falcon 10 18 15 33 29 23 9 12 15 2 44 140
3 Switzerland Alex Fontana
Canada Mikaël Grenier
Switzerland Emil Frey Jaguar Racing 5 44 16 7 11 29 35 28 4 124.5
4 Switzerland Adrian Zaugg Switzerland Emil Frey Jaguar Racing 5 44 16 29 35 28 4 103
5 Saudi Arabia Abdulaziz Al Faisal
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Black Falcon 10 18 15 33 29 23 44 97
6 Italy Michele Beretta
Croatia Martin Kodrić
United Kingdom Sandy Mitchell
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport Ret 40 14 26 24 19 18 92
7 Russia Vladimir Atoev
Russia Aleksey Korneev
Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP 16 8 18 Ret 12 17 8 18 14 11 80.5
8 Italy Alex Frassineti
France Romain Monti
Italy Andrea Rizzoli
Italy Ombra Racing 39 Ret Ret 25 26 18 12 71
9 Brazil Lukas Moraes France 3Y Technology 17 17 DSQ 10 14 16 20 15 Ret 14 59
10 Russia Denis Bulatov
France Nico Jamin
France AKKA ASP Team Ret 5 3 8 50.5
11 United Kingdom Andrew Watson France 3Y Technology 17 17 DSQ 10 14 16 20 15 49.5
12 Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak France AKKA ASP Team 12 Ret 27 39 30 Ret 16 49
13 United Kingdom Struan Moore
Mexico Ricardo Sánchez
United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN Ret 29 23 44 38 37 42 48
14 Switzerland Ricardo Feller
Belgium Adrien De Leener
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 10 13 14 10 13 Ret 47
15 Republic of Ireland Charlie Eastwood
Oman Ahmad Al Harthy
United Kingdom Euan McKay
Oman Oman Racing with TF Sport 19 39 19 61 61 Ret 22 47
16 China Kang Ling Italy Ombra Racing 25 26 18 46
17 United Kingdom Jordan Witt United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN Ret 29 23 44 38 37 44
18 Germany Luca Stolz Germany Black Falcon 9 12 15 2 42
19 Netherlands Rik Breukers United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 26 24 19 39
20 Germany Lennart Marioneck
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser
Norway Mads Siljehaug
Germany Reiter Young Stars 16 23 Ret 36 36
21 Belgium Gilles Magnus
Belgium Alessio Picariello
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 7 6 35
22 France Arno Santamato Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 31 34 Ret 34 57 Ret 28 35
23 United Kingdom Josh Caygill
Republic of Ireland Árón Taylor-Smith
United Kingdom Team Parker Racing 18 16 15 Ret 15 Ret 33
24 Germany Manuel Metzger Germany Black Falcon 33 29 23 28
25 Italy Stefano Gattuso Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 31 34 Ret 34 57 Ret 27
26 United Kingdom Stuart Leonard
South Africa Sheldon van der Linde
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 8 6 22.5
27 Italy Federico Leo Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 31 34 Ret 20
28 United Kingdom Sean Walkinshaw United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN 44 38 37 17
29 Germany Fabian Schiller France AKKA ASP Team 39 30 Ret 10
30 Belgium Denis Dupont France 3Y Technology Ret 14 9.5
31 United Kingdom Toby Sowery Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 28 8
32 Italy Fabrizio Crestani
Germany Nicolas Pohler
Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 34 57 Ret 7
33 Germany Tobias Dauenhauer
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
Netherlands Loris Hezemans
Switzerland Nikolaj Rogivue
Germany Aust Motorsport 49 44 Ret 5
34 United Kingdom Colin Noble United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN 42 4
35 United Kingdom Ross Gun Oman Oman Racing with TF Sport 61 61 Ret 2
Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium

Pro-Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 France Nyls Stievenart
Germany Markus Winkelhock
France Saintéloc Racing 15 15 27 17 11 35 11 9 18 19 12 15 24 170.5
2 Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi
Netherlands Carlo van Dam
Thailand TP 12 - Kessel Racing 12 10 14 13 13 14 17 21 Ret 13 126
3 Russia Rinat Salikhov Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 41 Ret 18 21 15 Ret 10 27 101.5
4 United Kingdom Chris Buncombe
United Kingdom Nick Leventis
United Kingdom Lewis Williamson
United Kingdom Strakka Racing 25 24 26 8 16 17 39 92
5 United Kingdom Duncan Cameron
Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin
Italy AF Corse 30 26 20 35 33 21 25 89
6 Germany Alexander Mattschull Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 41 Ret 18 21 15 27 85
7 Germany Daniel Keilwitz Germany Rinaldi Racing 41 18 21 15 27 60
8 South Africa David Perel Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 21 15 Ret 10 59.5
9 Portugal Rui Águas
Saudi Arabia Saud Al Faisal
Greece Kriton Lendoudis
Germany Black Falcon 29 28 25 48 45 31 35 51
10 Italy Giuseppe Cipriani
Italy Fabrizio Crestani
Portugal Miguel Ramos
Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing 40 27 32 20 49
11 Italy Lorenzo Bontempelli Switzerland 961 Corse 28 45
Italy AF Corse 35 33 21 25
12 Australia Kenny Habul Germany SunEnergy 1 Team HTP Motorsport 23 25 20 44.5
France SunEnergy1 Racing 15 DNS
13 United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom Derek Pierce
United Kingdom Rob Smith
United Kingdom Team Parker Racing 22 Ret 21 59 54 Ret 43 43
14 Italy David Fumanelli United Kingdom Strakka Racing 8 16 17 42
15 United Kingdom Darren Burke United Kingdom Ram Racing 20 37 54 50 33 40
15 United Kingdom Euan Hankey
Turkey Salih Yoluç
United Kingdom Ram Racing DNS 20 37 54 50 33 40
16 Slovakia Christian Malchárek
Slovakia Jirko Malchárek
Slovakia Audi Sport Slovakia 16 19 19 20 39.5
17 France Marc Rostan France Saintéloc Racing 27 35 24 36
18 Italy Gianluca de Lorenzi Italy AF Corse 20 33
19 Italy Andrea Bertolini
Netherlands Niek Hommerson
Belgium Louis Machiels
Italy AF Corse 23 43 Ret 40 37 26 Ret 33
20 Germany Thomas Jäger
Austria Martin Konrad
Germany Bernd Schneider
Germany SunEnergy 1 Team HTP Motorsport 23 25 20 28
21 Germany Dominik Schwager Germany Rinaldi Racing 18 25
22 Poland Michał Broniszewski Switzerland Kessel Racing 13 18 261 Ret 22.5
23 United Kingdom Aaron Scott Italy AF Corse 35 33 21 22
24 Italy Giacomo Piccini Switzerland Kessel Racing 13 18 21.5
25 France Tristan Vautier France SunEnergy 1 Racing 15 DNS 16.5
26 Italy Marco Cioci Italy AF Corse 40 37 26 16
27 Netherlands Jeroen Bleekemolen
Germany Marc Lieb
United States Marc Miller
United States Tim Pappas
United States Black Swan Racing 30 22 41 15
28 Belgium Bertrand Baguette
France Loïc Depailler
Argentina Esteban Guerrieri
Italy Riccardo Patrese
Italy Castrol Honda Racing 37 31 32 14
29 United Kingdom Ian Loggie
United Kingdom Callum MacLeod
United Kingdom Team Parker Racing 16 Ret 12
30 United Kingdom Tom Onslow-Cole Germany Black Falcon 48 45 31 12
United Kingdom Ram Racing 41
31 Germany Luca Ludwig Germany Rinaldi Racing Ret 10
Austria HB Racing 30
31 Germany Jens Liebhauser
Germany Florian Scholze
Austria HB Racing 30 10
32 Lebanon Alex Demirdjian
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Switzerland 961 Corse 28 8
32 Spain Toni Forné
Germany Frank Stippler
Germany Car Collection Motorsport 37 Ret 31 8
32 Germany Dimitri Parhofer Germany Car Collection Motorsport 37 31 8
33 France Jean-Luc Beaubelique
France Nico Jamin
Italy Mauro Ricci
France AKKA ASP Team 36 37 Ret Ret 7
34 Sweden Felix Rosenqvist United Kingdom Ram Racing 54 50 33 5
35 Italy Giacomo Altoè
Italy Gianluca Giraudi
United States Juan Perez
Italy Loris Spinelli
Italy Antonelli Motorsport 43 42 46 4
36 Netherlands Remon Vos United Kingdom Ram Racing 41 2
36 Slovakia Miroslav Konôpka
Poland Andrzej Lewandowski
China Kang Ling
Slovakia ARC Bratislava 34 2
37 Belgium Sam Dejonghe
Belgium Nicolas Vandierendonck
Belgium Tim Verbergt
Belgium Koen Wauters
Belgium Brussels Racing 50 48 45 1
38 Italy Alessandro Pier Guidi Switzerland Kessel Racing 261 Ret 1
Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium
Notes
  • 1 – The No. 11 Kessel Racing Ferrari remained in race results at Monza, but was considered invisible and ineligible for points in the Drivers' and Teams' championships. Alessandro Pier Guidi was forced to exceed his maximum driver time, due to an injury suffered by his co-driver Michał Broniszewski in the paddock.[33]

Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 Switzerland Adrian Amstutz
Russia Leo Machitski
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 33 42 22 32 34 27 29 124
2 United Kingdom Chris Goodwin
United Kingdom Chris Harris
Sweden Alexander West
United Kingdom Garage 59 Ret 25 18 45 39 42 37 92
4 France Fabien Barthez
France Eric Debard
Switzerland Philippe Giauque
France AKKA ASP Team 32 31 24 62 62 Ret 33 81
4 Germany Pierre Ehret
South Korea Rick Yoon
Germany Rinaldi Racing 35 33 29 42 43 34 38 75
5 United Kingdom Richard Abra United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 32 34 27 29 74
6 Germany Immanuel Vinke Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 41 36 28 51 46 38 34 66
7 Switzerland Philippe Giauque France AKKA ASP Team 32 31 24 62 62 Ret 65
8 Germany Edward Lewis Brauner
Germany Jürgen Häring
Germany Wolfgang Triller
Germany Herberth Motorsport 38 32 34 56 51 39 32 63
9 Finland Rory Penttinen Germany Rinaldi Racing 35 33 29 38 56
Germany Attempto Racing 47 49 Ret
10 Germany Henry Walkenhorst Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 41 36 51 46 38 34 51
11 Finland Patrick Kujala United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 32 34 27 49
12 Germany Ralf Oeverhaus Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 28 51 46 38 34 46
13 Norway Anders Buchardt Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 41 28 51 46 38 44
14 Portugal Francisco Guedes United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 33 22 42
15 France Pierre Feligioni
France Claude-Yves Gosselin
Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing 19 19 35
16 Italy Stefano Costantini
France Sylvain Debs
Belgium Bernard Delhez
Italy Alberto Di Folco
Italy Target Racing 38 40 30 34
17 United States Nicholas Boulle
Germany Murad Sultanov
Germany Rinaldi Racing 42 43 34 28
18 United Kingdom Andrew Watson United Kingdom Garage 59 45 39 42 22
19 Italy Christian Colombo
Italy Matteo Cressoni
Singapore Gregory Teo
Indonesia David Tjiptobiantoro
Singapore T2 Motorsports 53 47 36 18
20 Germany Alfred Renauer Germany Herberth Motorsport 56 51 39 12
21 Germany Andreas Ziegler Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport 36 10
22 Belgium Christian Kelders
France Marc Rostan
France Nyls Stievenart
France Saintéloc Racing 30 63 63 Ret 9
23 Germany John-Louis Jasper
Switzerland Jürgen Krebs
Switzerland Tim Müller
Germany Attempto Racing 47 49 Ret 9
24 United Kingdom Jon Minshaw United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 42 8
25 France Nico Jamin France AKKA ASP Team 62 62 Ret 2
Pos. Driver Team ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium

Teams' championships[edit]

Overall[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 France (Mercedes-AMG Team) AKKA ASP
Russia SMP Racing by AKKA ASP
France SunEnergy 1 Racing
Mercedes-AMG 8 2 11 3 4 2 4 2 5 15 3 6 2 1 4 1 2 191
2 Belgium Audi Sport/Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Audi 2 5 1 1 1 4 12 1 1 6 10 8 5 4 1 9 15 174
3 Switzerland Emil Frey Jaguar/Lexus Racing Jaguar
Lexus
14 13 5 9 9 3 1 5 8 28 20 13 6 13 5 7 4 120.5
4 Austria GRT Grasser Racing Team Lamborghini 1 3 4 10 5 10 13 3 7 14 19 14 1 5 3 5 6 119
5 France (Audi Sport Team) Saintéloc Racing Audi 10 12 14 7 8 35 6 11 3 16 4 4 4 2 10 3 24 109.5
6 Germany (Mercedes-AMG Team) Black Falcon Mercedes-AMG 3 6 15 5 2 5 9 12 15 2 1 103
7 Germany Attempto Racing Audi 4 1 6 6 3 19 Ret Ret 4 20 18 24 10 3 6 4 11 92
8 United Kingdom Bentley Team M-Sport Bentley 24 14 2 3 5 25 5 48
9 Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW 41 36 28 4 1 1 34 44
10 United Kingdom (Mercedes-AMG Team) Strakka Racing Mercedes-AMG 2 8 8 8 12 11 7 42
11 Germany Rowe Racing BMW Ret 13 11 2 6 2 8 41
12 Switzerland R-Motorsport Aston Martin 9 1 31 13 11 9 19 39
13 SwitzerlandThailand (TP 12 -) Kessel Racing Ferrari 12 10 261 14 13 13 14 17 21 Ret 13 Ret 26.5
14 Russia SMP Racing Ferrari 44 7 33 22 14 10 3 26
15 United Kingdom GT SPORT MOTUL Team RJN Nissan 42 16 5 9 8 7 23 26
16 United Kingdom Garage 59 McLaren 15 15 3 41 28 22 26 20
17 France 3Y Technology BMW 17 17 DSQ 10 14 16 20 15 Ret 14 11
18 Germany Manthey Racing Porsche 45 11 10 12 41 29 10 10
19 United Kingdom Team Parker Racing Bentley 18 16 22 15 Ret Ret 21 16 Ret 59 54 Ret 43 7
20 Slovakia Audi Sport Slovakia Audi 16 19 19 19 4
21 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 18 33 29 18 21 15 Ret 10 2
22 Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing Lamborghini 19 19 1
Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium
Notes
  • 1 – The No. 11 Kessel Racing Ferrari remained in race results at Monza, but was considered invisible and ineligible for points in the Drivers' and Teams' championships. Alessandro Pier Guidi was forced to exceed his maximum driver time, due to an injury suffered by his co-driver Michał Broniszewski in the paddock.[33]

Pro-Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 France Saintéloc Racing Audi 15 15 27 17 11 35 11 9 18 19 12 15 24 173
2 SwitzerlandThailand (TP 12 -) Kessel Racing Ferrari 12 10 261 14 13 13 14 17 21 Ret 13 Ret 127
3 Switzerland 961 Corse
Italy AF Corse
Ferrari 23 26 20 35 33 21 25 107
4 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 18 41 Ret 18 21 15 Ret 10 27 101.5
5 United Kingdom Strakka Racing Mercedes-AMG 25 24 26 8 16 17 39 92
6 Germany Black Falcon Mercedes-AMG 29 28 25 48 45 31 35 67
6 United Kingdom Team Parker Racing Bentley 22 16 Ret Ret 21 59 54 Ret 43 63
8 United Kingdom Ram Racing Mercedes-AMG DNS 20 37 54 50 Ret 41 58
9 Italy Daiko Lazarus Racing Lamborghini 40 27 32 20 50
10 Slovakia Audi Sport Slovakia Audi 16 19 19 20 39.5
11 France AKKA ASP Team
France Sun Energy1 Racing
Mercedes-AMG 36 37 Ret 15 DNS Ret 26.5
12 Germany Car Collection Motorsport Audi 37 Ret 31 10
13 Slovakia ARC Bratislava Mercedes-AMG 34 6
Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium
Notes
  • 1 – The No. 11 Kessel Racing Ferrari remained in race results at Monza, but was considered invisible and ineligible for points in the Drivers' and Teams' championships. Alessandro Pier Guidi was forced to exceed his maximum driver time, due to an injury suffered by his co-driver Michał Broniszewski in the paddock.[33]

Am Cup[edit]

Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs
1 United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini 33 42 22 32 34 27 29 124
2 United Kingdom Garage 59 McLaren Ret 25 18 45 39 42 37 95
3 France AKKA ASP Team Mercedes-AMG 32 31 24 62 62 Ret 33 83
4 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 35 33 29 42 43 34 38 81
5 Germany Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW 41 36 34 51 46 38 34 70
6 Germany Herberth Motorsport Porsche 38 32 28 56 51 39 32 67
7 Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing Lamborghini 19 19 35
8 Singapore T2 Motorsports Ferrari 53 47 36 24
9 Germany Attempto Racing Lamborghini 47 49 Ret 11
10 France Saintéloc Racing Audi 30 63 63 Ret 11
Pos. Team Manufacturer ZOL
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
SIL
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
6hrs 12hrs 24hrs HUN
Hungary
NÜR
Germany
CAT
Spain
Points
SPA
Belgium

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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