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2015 GT4 European Series

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2015 GT4 European Series
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The 2015 Competition102 GT4 European Series season was the eighth season of the GT4 European Series, a sports car championship created and organised by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO). The season began on 5 April at Circuit Paul Armagnac, and finished on 4 October at Misano World Circuit after six race weekends.[1]

V8 Racing duo Marcel Nooren and Jelle Beelen won the GT4 Pro championship by 24 points ahead of their nearest competitor, Duncan Huisman. Nooren and Beelen won races at Nogaro and the Red Bull Ring, as well as taking a total of ten podium finishes from the twelve races. Huisman was a three-time race winner, sharing one victory with Luc Braams and two with Sandor van Es. Third place in the Pro championship standings went to Peter Ebner and Sascha Halek, who also won three races during the season. The other Pro class wins were shared between Carsten Struwe and Peter Terting (sweeping the Nürburgring round), while the pairings of Bernhard van Oranje and Ricardo van der Ende (Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport), and Marcus Clutton and Jordan Witt (Chevron Cars) each took one victory. The GT4 Amateur class title was taken by ZaWotec driver Daniel Uckermann by 19 points ahead of Pavel Lefterov for ASC Bulavto Racing. Uckermann and Lefterov each took four victories, with Liesette Braams, André Grammatico, Håkan Ricknäs and Patrick Zamparini and Barrie Baxter each taking one victory during 2015.

Calendar

On 5 December 2014, a six-round calendar was announced for the 2015 season, with races in support of the Blancpain Sprint Series, the ADAC GT Masters and the Spa 24 Hours. On 27 February 2015, it was announced that the round, scheduled to support Spa 24 Hours, would be moved to June, and in support of the ADAC GT Masters.[2]

Rnd Circuit Date Event
1 France Circuit Paul Armagnac, Nogaro 4–6 April Blancpain Sprint Series
2 Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort, Noord-Holland 23–24 May Pinksterraces
3 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 6–7 June ADAC GT Masters
4 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Francorchamps 20–21 June
5 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg 15–16 August
6 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano 3–4 October Blancpain Sprint Series

Entry list

2015 Entry List[3]
Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Netherlands Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Ford Mustang FR500C 1 Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
P 1
Ekris M4 GT4 6
BMW M3 GT4 2–5
8 Netherlands Rob Severs P All
Netherlands Simon Knap
Netherlands Las Moras Racing Team BMW M3 GT4 4 Netherlands Liesette Braams A 1–2, 6
Netherlands Frans Verschuur 6
Germany Jörg Viebahn P 4–5
Bulgaria ASC Bulavto Racing Lotus Evora GT4 6 Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov A All
France BMW Espace Bienvenue BMW M3 GT4 9 France André Grammatico A 1
Germany Mathol Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 10 Germany Jörg Viebahn P 1–3
Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport SIN R1 GT4 11 Bulgaria Ivo Tzonev A 1
Bulgaria Grigor Grigorov
Argentina José Luis Talermann 2–4
Argentina José Manuel Balbiani 2
Argentina Marcos Siebert 3
Netherlands Pieter Christiaan van Oranje 5[N 1]
Germany Stephan Kuhs
Belgium Olivier Muytjens P 6
Germany Peter Terting
71 Germany Hendrick Still P 1–3, 5–6[N 1]
Netherlands Pieter Christiaan van Oranje 2
Bulgaria Rosen Daskalov 3
Germany Tim Franz Scheerbarth 5[N 1]
Germany Andreas Gülden 6
Netherlands NMT Racing BMW M3 GT4 12 Netherlands Tristan Boorsma A 2, 4
Netherlands Yorick Boorsma
Austria ZaWotec KTM X-Bow GTR 15 Austria Sascha Halek P 2–6
Austria Peter Ebner
16 Austria Heinz Halek A 6
Austria Daniel Uckermann 2–5
Lotus Evora GT4 1
Germany PROsport Performance Porsche 981 Cayman SP 18 Denmark Thomas Krebs A[N 2] 1–4
Germany Arno Klasen 1–2
Germany Carsten Struwe 3–4
P 5
Germany Peter Terting 5
Sweden Ricknäs Motorsport Porsche 911 GT4 21 Denmark Peter Larsen A 2
Sweden Håkan Ricknäs 2, 5
Germany Allied-Racing BMW M3 GT4 28 Germany Jan Kasperlik A 2–5[N 3]
Austria Dietmar Lackinger
Italy Maserati Maserati GranTurismo MC 33 Italy Carlo Curti P 6
Italy Lino Curti
46 Italy Patrick Zamparini A 6
Canada Barrie Baxter
United Kingdom Chevron Cars Chevron GT4 44 United Kingdom Marcus Clutton P 2–6[N 4]
United Kingdom Wayne Schofield 3–4[N 4]
United Kingdom Jordan Witt 5–6
United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport Ginetta G50 GT4 46 Turkey Salih Yoluc P 5[N 5]
United Kingdom Tolman Motorsport Ginetta G55 GT4 56 United Kingdom David Pattison A 4
United Kingdom Luke Davenport
Sweden Bald Eagle Racing BMW M3 GT4 66 Sweden Thomas Martinsson A 2–3, 5
Sweden Oskar Krüger
Netherlands V8 Racing Chevrolet Camaro GT4 69 Netherlands Marcel Nooren P All
Netherlands Jelle Beelen
96 Netherlands Duncan Huisman P All
Netherlands Luc Braams 1–3, 5–6
Netherlands Sandor van Es 4
Sweden Förenade Racing BMW M3 GT4 90 Sweden Milton Lundström A 5
Sweden Joakim Söderström
Icon Class
P Pro
A Amateur

Race calendar and results

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Pro Winners Am Winners Overall Winners
1 R1 Nogaro 5 April Bulgaria No. 71 Sofia Car Motorsport Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 4 Las Moras Racing Team Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing
Germany Hendrick Still Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Liesette Braams Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
R2 6 April Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 69 V8 Racing France No. 9 BMW Espace Bienvenue Netherlands No. 69 V8 Racing
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jelle Beelen
France André Grammatico Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jelle Beelen
2 R1 Zandvoort 23 May Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Netherlands No. 1 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Austria No. 16 ZaWotec Austria No. 16 ZaWotec
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Austria Daniel Uckermann Austria Daniel Uckermann
R2 24 May Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Austria No. 16 ZaWotec Austria No. 15 ZaWotec
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Austria Daniel Uckermann Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
3 R1 Spielberg 7 June Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Austria No. 16 ZaWotec Austria No. 15 ZaWotec
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Austria Daniel Uckermann Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
R2 Bulgaria No. 71 Sofia Car Motorsport Netherlands No. 69 V8 Racing Austria No. 16 ZaWotec Netherlands No. 69 V8 Racing
Germany Hendrick Still
Bulgaria Rosen Daskalov
Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jelle Beelen
Austria Daniel Uckermann Netherlands Marcel Nooren
Netherlands Jelle Beelen
4 R1 Spa-Francorchamps 20 June Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing
Netherlands Sandor van Es
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Sandor van Es
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov
R2 21 June Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Netherlands No. 96 V8 Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Netherlands Sandor van Es
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov
5 R1 Nürburgring 15 August Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Germany No. 18 PROsport Performance Sweden No. 21 Ricknäs Motorsport Germany No. 18 PROsport Performance
Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Germany Carsten Struwe
Germany Peter Terting
Sweden Håkan Ricknäs Germany Carsten Struwe
Germany Peter Terting
R2 Netherlands No. 1 Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport Germany No. 18 PROsport Performance Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Germany Carsten Struwe
Germany Peter Terting
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov
6 R1 Misano 3 October United Kingdom No. 44 Chevron Cars United Kingdom No. 44 Chevron Cars Italy No. 46 Maserati United Kingdom No. 44 Chevron Cars
United Kingdom Marcus Clutton
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
United Kingdom Marcus Clutton
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
Italy Patrick Zamparini
Canada Barrie Baxter
United Kingdom Marcus Clutton
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
R2 4 October Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Austria No. 15 ZaWotec Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing Bulgaria No. 6 ASC Bulavto Racing
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Austria Sascha Halek
Austria Peter Ebner
Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov Bulgaria Pavel Lefterov

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c Sofia Car Motorsport withdrew from the Nürburgring round after their request to field Hendrik Still in the No. 71 as a solo driver was rejected by the other teams.
  2. ^ Thomas Krebs and Arno Klassen were counted as Pro drivers prior to the second race of the Nogaro round.
  3. ^ Prior to the first race of the Spa-Francorchamps round, Jan Kasperlik withdrew due to illness. Dietmar Lackinger competed in the races as a solo driver.
  4. ^ a b The Chevron GT4 had an issue during qualifying for the Red Bull Ring round and did not take part in the races.
  5. ^ Yoluc withdrew from the Nürburgring round after his Ginetta G50 had an engine issue during free practice.

References

  1. ^ "GT4 European Series reveals exciting 2015 calendar". GT4 European Series. Stéphane Ratel Organisation. 5 December 2014. Retrieved 29 December 2014.
  2. ^ "GT4 European Series intensifies cooperation with ADAC GT Masters". GT4 European Series. Stéphane Ratel Organisation. 27 February 2015. Retrieved 27 February 2015.
  3. ^ "Competition102 GT4 European Series presents line-up for opening round". GT4 European Series. Stéphane Ratel Organisation. 25 March 2015. Retrieved 30 March 2015.

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