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2014 GT4 European Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2014 GT4 European Series
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The 2014 GT4 European Series season was the seventh season of the GT4 European Cup and the first with the new series denomination, the GT4 European Series. The season began on 10 May at Misano, and finished on 26 October at Monza after six race weekends.[1]

In the main GT4 professional class, the championship title was won by two-time defending champion Ricardo van der Ende and team-mate Bernhard van Oranje for Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport. Van der Ende and van Oranje won five races during the season, and ultimately won the title during the first race at Monza. The runner-up position, 22 points in arrears of van der Ende and van Oranje, was taken by 2013 amateur champion Jörg Viebahn. Viebahn won three races during the season; he won with Bertus Sanders at Misano and Paul Ricard, and partnered Simon Knap to victory at Monza. Although being outscored by Duncan Huisman and Luc Braams on total points, the series' best ten results regulation allowed Marcel Nooren and Jan Joris Verheul to take third in the championship, by a single point. Nooren and Verheul took successive victories at Spa-Francorchamps and Paul Ricard, while Huisman and Braams won at the Nürburgring. The only other entry to win a race was Alfab Racing, with drivers Erik Behrens and Daniel Roos, winning the first race at Monza after Huisman and Braams were given a post-race penalty.

The amateur GT4 class was poorly supported, with only three entries taking part at any point during the 2014 season. With seven victories, André Grammatico was the winner of the championship, and finished 15 points clear – on dropped scores – of Liesette Braams and Rob Severs, who won four races. The remaining race victory was taken by Fabian Lauda, who won at Zandvoort. In the teams' championship, Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport claimed the title by 31 points, ahead of V8 Racing.

Calendar

Rnd Circuit Date Event
1 Italy Misano World Circuit, Italy 10–11 May Italian GT Championship
2 Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort, Noord-Holland, Netherlands 5–6 July Zandvoort Masters
3 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium 25–26 July Blancpain Endurance Series, 24 Hours of Spa
4 France Circuit Paul Ricard, France 30–31 August Italian GT Championship
5 Germany Nürburgring, Germany 20–21 September Blancpain Endurance Series, 1000 km Nürburgring
6 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy 25–26 October Italian GT Championship

Entry list

2014 Entry List[2]
Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Netherlands Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport BMW M3 GT4 1
101
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje P All
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
8
108
Netherlands Simon Knap P All
Netherlands Pieter Christiaan van Oranje 1–5
Germany Jörg Viebahn 6
Netherlands Las Moras Racing Team (V8 Racing) Chevrolet Camaro GT4 2
102
Netherlands Luc Braams P All
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
3
103
Netherlands Marcel Nooren P All
Netherlands Jan Joris Verheul
Netherlands Las Moras Racing Team BMW M3 GT4 4
104
Netherlands Liesette Braams A All
Netherlands Rob Severs
Austria Lechner Racing School Lotus Evora GT4 5
105
Austria Fabian Lauda A 1–3
Sweden Alfab Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 007
107
Sweden Erik Behrens P All
Sweden Daniel Roos
France BMW Espace Bienvenue BMW M3 GT4 9
109
France André Grammatico A All
Germany PROsport Performance Porsche 911 GT4 10
110
Germany Jörg Viebahn P 2–5
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
Italy Nova Race Ginetta G50 11 Italy Giampiero Cristoni G 1, 6
Italy Renato di Amato 1
Norway Leif Lødeng 6
15
888
Spain Salvador Tineo G 1, 3–6
Italy Mark Speakerwas 1, 3
Finland Jesse Anttila 4–6
16
116
G 1, 3
Argentina Fran Viel Bugliotti 1, 3–6
Italy Mark Speakerwas 6
18 Germany Jörg Viebahn P 1
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
50 Italy Tiziano Frazza G 1
121 Argentina Andres Josephson G 3
Italy Lorenzo Bontempelli
133 Italy Andrea Perlini G 3
Germany Allied-Racing BMW M3 GT4 12 Germany Jan Kasperlik A 6
Austria Dietmar Lackinger
Italy Nova Giudici Ginetta G50 12 Italy Claudio Giudici G 1
13 Italy Gianni Giudici G 1
27 Italy Luca Magnoni G 1
33 Italy Andrea Perlini G 1
35 Italy Alessandra Brena G 1
Italy Walter Conforti
Italy Nova Rangoni (Rangoni Corse) Ginetta G50 14
114
Italy Manuel Lasagni G 1, 3–6
Italy Alessandro Bonacini 1, 4
24
124
Italy Stefano Stefanelli G 1, 3–6
Italy Lorenzo Marcucci
27
127
Italy Luca Magnoni G 3–6
32 Italy Tiziano Cappelletti G 1
Italy Angelo Rogari
77
177
Italy Roberto Gentili G 1, 3–6
Sweden Ricknäs Motorsport Porsche 911 GT4 18 Denmark Peter Larsen A 6
Sweden Håkan Ricknäs
117 A 3
Sweden Magnus Holmström
United Kingdom Genesee Reflex Racing Ginetta G50 28 Spain Marcos Vivian P 1
United Kingdom Luciano Bacheta
Portugal Veloso Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage GT4 33 Portugal Eugenio Montez A 6
Portugal Sergio Montez
Netherlands Cor Euser Racing Lotus Evora GT4 106 Spain Marcos Vivian P 2
Netherlands Cor Euser
Sweden Primus Racing Ginetta G50 119 Sweden Johan Rosén A 3
Denmark Peter Larsen
United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport Ginetta G55 120 United Kingdom Lee Mowle A 3
Netherlands Nissan Nederland Nissan 370Z GT4 123 Netherlands Frans Verschuur A 2
Netherlands Bernhard ten Brinke
Guest teams and drivers
Germany Sorg Rennsport BMW M3 GT4 101 Sweden Erik Berggren I 5
Denmark Thomas Fjordbach
Germany Bremotion Sport Roding R1 102 Germany Patrick Brenndörfer I 5
Netherlands Rijmarracing BMW M3 GT4 103 Netherlands Peter Stox I 5
Netherlands Koen de Wit
104 Netherlands Marcel van Rijswick I 5
Netherlands Andre de Vries
Germany Mathol Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 107 Germany Steffen Retzlaff I 5
Germany Hendrick Still
Icon Class
P Pro
A Am
G Ginetta G50
I Invitation
  • Drivers competing in the Ginetta G50 class were ineligible for points.

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Date Pole Position PRO Winners Overall Winners
1 R1 Misano 10 May Netherlands No. 1 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 1 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Italy No. 14 Nova Rangoni
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Italy Manuel Lasagni
Italy Alessandro Bonacini
R2 11 May Italy No. 16 Nova Race Italy No. 18 Nova Race Italy No. 18 Nova Race
Finland Jesse Anttila
Argentina Fran Viel Bugliotti
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
2 R1 Zandvoort 5 July Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
R2 6 July Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
3 R1 Spa-Francorchamps 25 July Germany No. 110 PROsport Performance Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 101 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
R2 26 July Netherlands No. 102 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 103 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 103 V8 Racing
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jan Joris Verheul
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jan Joris Verheul
4 R1 Paul Ricard 31 August Sweden No. 7 Alfab Racing Netherlands No. 3 Las Moras Racing Team (V8 Racing) Italy No. 888 Nova Race
Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Daniel Roos
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jan Joris Verheul
Spain Salvador Tineo
Finland Jesse Anttila
R2 Sweden No. 7 Alfab Racing Germany No. 10 PROsport Performance Germany No. 10 PROsport Performance
Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Daniel Roos
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Bertus Sanders
5 R1 Nürburgring 20 September Italy No. 24 Nova Rangoni (Rangoni Corse) Netherlands No. 2 Las Moras Racing Team (V8 Racing) Netherlands No. 2 Las Moras Racing Team (V8 Racing)
Italy Stefano Stefanelli
Italy Lorenzo Marcucci
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
R2 Netherlands No. 3 Las Moras Racing Team (V8 Racing) Netherlands No. 1 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Italy No. 16 Nova Race
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jan Joris Verheul
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Argentina Fran Viel Bugliotti
6 R1 Monza 25 October Sweden No. 7 Alfab Racing Sweden No. 7 Alfab Racing Sweden No. 7 Alfab Racing
Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Daniel Roos
Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Daniel Roos
Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Daniel Roos
R2 26 October Italy No. 14 Nova Rangoni (Rangoni Corse) Netherlands No. 8 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Italy No. 14 Nova Rangoni (Rangoni Corse)
Italy Manuel Lasagni Germany Jörg Viebahn
Netherlands Simon Knap
Italy Manuel Lasagni

References

  1. ^ "Calendar". GT4 European Series. Stéphane Ratel Organisation. Retrieved 26 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Teams". GT4 European Series. Stéphane Ratel Organisation. Archived from the original on 2014-04-30. Retrieved 30 April 2014.

External links

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