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2017 International GT Open

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2017 International GT Open
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The 2017 International GT Open season was the twelfth season of the International GT Open, the grand tourer-style sports car racing founded in 2006 by the Spanish GT Sport Organización. It began on 29 April at Autódromo do Estoril and finished on 29 October, at Barcelona after seven double-header meetings.

Entry list

Team Car No. Driver Class Rounds
Italy Solaris Motorsport Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 007 Switzerland Mauro Calamia[1] P 1–3, 5
Italy Francesco Sini[1]
Italy Imperiale Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 1 Italy Thomas Biagi[2] P All
Italy Giovanni Venturini[2] 1–5
Italy Raffaele Giammaria[3] 6–7
23 Italy Vito Postiglione[2] P All
Italy Andrea Fontana[2] 1–6
Germany Christian Engelhart[4] 7
63 Italy Marco Mapelli[3] P 6–7
Italy Giovanni Venturini[3]
China SF Racing Ferrari 488 GT3 5 Italy Andrea Caldarelli[5] PA 2–3, 5, 7
China Fu Songyang[5]
Italy Rino Mastronardi[6] Am 4
Italy Gabriele Lancieri[3] 6
China Fu Songyang[6] 4, 6
Italy AF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3 8 Italy Piergiuseppe Perazzini[7] PA All
Italy Marco Cioci[7] 1–5, 7
Republic of Ireland Matt Griffin[3] 6
United Kingdom Jordan Racing Bentley Continental GT3 10 United Kingdom Michael Meadows[8] PA 1–3, 5, 7
United Kingdom Jordan Witt[8]
Italy Ratón Racing[9] Lamborghini Huracán GT3 11 Italy Edoardo Liberati[9] P 1–6
China Kang Ling[9]
Portugal Sports and You Mercedes-AMG GT3 12 Brazil Marcio Basso[8] Am All
Brazil Nonô Figueiredo[8] 1–2, 5–7
Argentina José Manuel Balbiani[10] 3–4
99 Portugal "Manuel da Costa"[N 1][8] Am All
Portugal "Miguel Sardinha"[N 2][8]
Spain Drivex School Mercedes-AMG GT3 16 Brazil Marcelo Hahn[8] PA All
Brazil Allam Khodair[8] 1–2, 5, 7
Brazil Alan Hellmeister[10] 3–4, 6
Czech Republic Senkyr Motorsport BMW M6 GT3 17 Slovakia Richard Gonda[4] 7
Czech Republic Jakub Knoll[4]
Austria Lechner Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 19 Germany Thomas Jäger[10] PA 3–4
Austria Mario Plachutta[10]
Germany SPS Automotive Performance Mercedes-AMG GT3 20 Germany Valentin Pierburg[11] PA All
United Kingdom Tom Onslow-Cole[11] 1, 3, 5–7
Netherlands Jules Szymkowiak[5] 2
Germany Lance David Arnold[6] 4
40 Switzerland Mauro Calamia[12] P 6
Switzerland Roberto Pampanini[12]
Germany Konrad Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán GT3 21 Germany Paul Scheuschner[10] PA 3–4, 6–7
Germany Hendrik Still[10]
United Kingdom Balfe Motorsport McLaren 650S GT3 22 United Kingdom Shaun Balfe[13] PA All
United Kingdom Rob Bell[13]
United Kingdom Garage 59 McLaren 650S GT3 24 United Kingdom Michael Benham[14] PA All
United Kingdom Duncan Tappy[14]
88 France Côme Ledogar[14] PA All
Sweden Alexander West[14]
United Kingdom FF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3 25 United Kingdom Ivor Dunbar[8] PA 1–5, 7
United Kingdom Johnny Mowlem[8]
Poland Förch Racing by Lukas Motorsport Porsche 911 GT3 R 29 Croatia Željko Drmić[3] PA 6
Poland Robert Lukas[3]
United Kingdom Lee Mowle[15] Mercedes-AMG GT3[15] 30 United Kingdom Ryan Ratcliffe[15] P 5
United Kingdom Phil Keen[15]
Italy Antonelli Motorsport Lamborghini Huracán GT3 32 Italy Kikko Galbiati[10] P 3
Canada Mikaël Grenier[10]
33 Italy Gianluca Giraudi[10] Am 3
Italy Davide Roda[10]
United Kingdom Wessex Vehicles Lamborghini Gallardo R-EX GT3 39 United Kingdom Craig Dolby[5] P 2, 5–7
Czech Republic Tomáš Enge[5] 2
United Kingdom Riki Christodoulou[16] 5
United Kingdom Seb Morris[3] 6–7
France AB Sport Auto Lamborghini Huracán GT3 46 France Joffrey de Narda[10] PA 3
France Harry Teneketzian[10]
Switzerland Kaspersky Motorsport Ferrari 488 GT3 48 Russia Aleksandr Moiseev[5] Am 2–6
Italy Davide Rizzo[5]
Spain BMW Team Teo Martín BMW M6 GT3 51 Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga[17] P All
Portugal António Félix da Costa[17] 1, 5, 7
Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr.[5] 2
Brazil Augusto Farfus[10] 3, 6
Portugal Tiago Monteiro[17] 4
62 Portugal Filipe Barreiros[8] Am 1
Portugal Francisco Guedes[8]
65 Sweden Victor Bouveng[17] P All
Spain Fran Rueda[18]
Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus Racing Lexus RC F GT3 54 Spain Albert Costa[8] P All
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler[8]
Germany Farnbacher Racing Lexus RC F GT3 55 Germany Dominik Farnbacher[8] P All
Germany Mario Farnbacher[8] 1–3, 5–7
Austria Norbert Siedler[6] 4
Austria MS Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 74 Austria Alexander Hrachowina[19] Am All
Austria Martin Konrad[19]
Belgium Aston Martin Brussels Racing Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 90 Belgium Tim Verbergt[5] P 2
Belgium Sam Dejonghe[5]
United Kingdom Optimum Motorsport Audi R8 LMS 96 United Kingdom Bradley Ellis[4] PA 7
United Kingdom Oliver Wilkinson[4]
Slovakia Racing Trevor BMW M6 GT3 124 Slovakia Christian Malchárek[6] PA 4
Slovakia Jirí Malchárek[6]
Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 488 GT3 333 Russia Sergey Borisov[4] Am 7
Russia Rinat Salikhov[4]
Switzerland Spirit of Race Ferrari 488 GT3 488 Denmark Mikkel Mac[20] P All
Portugal Miguel Ramos[20]
China FFF Racing Team by ACM Lamborghini Huracán GT3 555 Japan Hiroshi Hamaguchi[21] PA All
Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi[21]
Icon Class
P Pro Cup
PA Pro-Am Cup
Am Am Cup

Race calendar

A seven-round provisional calendar was revealed on 4 October 2016.[22] The Hungaroring round will be co-headlined by the TCR International Series. Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Date Pole Position Pro Winner Pro-Am Winner Am Winner
1 R1 Portugal Autódromo Fernanda Pires da Silva 29 April United Kingdom No. 22 Balfe Motorsport Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing United Kingdom No. 22 Balfe Motorsport Portugal No. 12 Sports and You
United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Rob Bell
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Rob Bell
Brazil Marcio Basso
Brazil Nonô Figueiredo
R2 30 April United Kingdom No. 24 Garage 59 Germany No. 55 Farnbacher Racing United Kingdom No. 24 Garage 59 Austria No. 74 MS Racing
United Kingdom Michael Benham
United Kingdom Duncan Tappy
Germany Dominik Farnbacher
Germany Mario Farnbacher
United Kingdom Michael Benham
United Kingdom Duncan Tappy
Austria Alexander Hrachowina
Austria Martin Konrad
2 R1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 27 May Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing United Kingdom No. 10 Jordan Racing Switzerland No. 48 Kaspersky Motorsport
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
United Kingdom Michael Meadows
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
Russia Aleksandr Moiseev
Italy Davide Rizzo
R2 28 May Italy No. 23 Imperiale Racing Germany No. 55 Farnbacher Racing Italy No. 8 AF Corse Switzerland No. 48 Kaspersky Motorsport
Italy Andrea Fontana
Italy Vito Postiglione
Germany Dominik Farnbacher
Germany Mario Farnbacher
Italy Marco Cioci
Italy Piergiuseppe Perazzini
Russia Aleksandr Moiseev
Italy Davide Rizzo
3 R1 France Circuit Paul Ricard 10 June Switzerland No. 488 Spirit of Race Switzerland No. 488 Spirit of Race Germany No. 20 SPS Automotive Performance Switzerland No. 48 Kaspersky Motorsport
Denmark Mikkel Mac
Portugal Miguel Ramos
Denmark Mikkel Mac
Portugal Miguel Ramos
United Kingdom Tom Onslow-Cole
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Russia Aleksandr Moiseev
Italy Davide Rizzo
R2 11 June China No. 5 SF Racing Spain No. 65 BMW Team Teo Martín Spain No. 16 Drivex School Switzerland No. 48 Kaspersky Motorsport
Italy Andrea Caldarelli
China Fu Songyang
Sweden Victor Bouveng
Spain Fran Rueda
Brazil Marcelo Hahn
Brazil Alan Hellmeister
Russia Aleksandr Moiseev
Italy Davide Rizzo
4 R1 Hungary Hungaroring 1 July Switzerland No. 488 Spirit of Race Italy No. 1 Imperiale Racing Germany No. 20 SPS Automotive Performance Austria No. 74 MS Racing
Denmark Mikkel Mac
Portugal Miguel Ramos
Italy Thomas Biagi
Italy Giovanni Venturini
Germany Lance David Arnold
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Austria Alexander Hrachowina
Austria Martin Konrad
R2 2 July Spain No. 65 BMW Team Teo Martín Spain No. 65 BMW Team Teo Martín United Kingdom No. 88 Garage 59 Portugal No. 99 Sports and You
Sweden Victor Bouveng
Spain Fran Rueda
Sweden Victor Bouveng
Spain Fran Rueda
France Côme Ledogar
Sweden Alexander West
Portugal António Coimbra
Portugal Luís Silva
5 R1 United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit 2 September Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing United Kingdom No. 22 Balfe Motorsport Portugal No. 99 Sports and You
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Rob Bell
Portugal "Manuel da Costa"
Portugal "Miguel Sardinha"
R2 3 September Spain No. 65 BMW Team Teo Martín Spain No. 51 BMW Team Teo Martín United Kingdom No. 10 Jordan Racing Switzerland No. 48 Kaspersky Motorsport
Sweden Victor Bouveng
Spain Fran Rueda
Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga
Portugal António Félix da Costa
United Kingdom Michael Meadows
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
Russia Aleksandr Moiseev
Italy Davide Rizzo
6 R1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 30 September United Kingdom No. 22 Balfe Motorsport United Kingdom No. 39 Wessex Vehicles United Kingdom No. 22 Balfe Motorsport Portugal No. 99 Sports and You
United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Rob Bell
United Kingdom Craig Dolby
United Kingdom Seb Morris
United Kingdom Shaun Balfe
United Kingdom Rob Bell
Portugal António Coimbra
Portugal Luís Silva
R2 1 October Spain No. 51 BMW Team Teo Martín Spain No. 51 BMW Team Teo Martín United Kingdom No. 88 Garage 59 Portugal No. 99 Sports and You
Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga
Brazil Augusto Farfus
Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga
Brazil Augusto Farfus
France Côme Ledogar
Sweden Alexander West
Portugal António Coimbra
Portugal Luís Silva
7 R1 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 28 October Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing Italy No. 63 Imperiale Racing China No. 5 SF Racing Portugal No. 12 Sports and You
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
Italy Marco Mapelli
Italy Giovanni Venturini
Italy Andrea Caldarelli
China Fu Songyang
Brazil Marcio Basso
Brazil Nonô Figueiredo
R2 29 October Spain No. 51 BMW Team Teo Martín Switzerland No. 54 Emil Frey Lexus Racing United Kingdom No. 10 Jordan Racing Germany No. 333 Rinaldi Racing
Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga
Portugal António Félix da Costa
Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
United Kingdom Michael Meadows
United Kingdom Jordan Witt
Russia Sergey Borisov
Russia Rinat Salikhov

Standings

Drivers' Championship

Pos. Drivers Points
1 Italy Giovanni Venturini 114
2 Spain Fran Rueda
Sweden Victor Bouveng
106
3 Spain Albert Costa
Switzerland Philipp Frommenwiler
98
4 Italy Thomas Biagi 92
5 Portugal Miguel Ramos
Denmark Mikkel Mac
90
6 Germany Dominik Farnbacher 77
7 Portugal Lourenço Beirão da Veiga 70

Teams' Championship

Pos. Team Points
1 Italy Imperiale Racing 100
2 Spain BMW Team Teo Martín 98
3 Switzerland Emil Frey Lexus 57
4 Switzerland Spirit of Race 50
5 Germany Farnbacher Racing 45
6 United Kingdom Garage 59 26
7 United Kingdom Balfe Motorsport 24

Reference:[23]

Notes

  1. ^ António Coimbra sometimes uses pseudonym "Manuel da Costa".
  2. ^ Luís Silva sometimes uses pseudonym "Miguel Sardinha".

References

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  9. ^ a b c "Ratón Racing confirms Lambo programme with Liberati-Ling". gtopen.net. GT Sport. 31 March 2017. Retrieved 31 March 2017.
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  12. ^ a b "Second SPS Mercedes adds to Monza entry list, Farfus as BMW Teo Martín star". International GT Open. GT Sport. 22 September 2017. Retrieved 22 September 2017.
  13. ^ a b "Rob Bell To Join Balfe For 2017 GT Open Season". Dailysportscar. 17 February 2017. Retrieved 17 February 2017.
  14. ^ a b c d "Garage59 launches title bid with unchanged line-up". International GT Open. GT Sport. 22 February 2017. Retrieved 23 February 2017.
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  18. ^ "Bouveng and Rueda, two 20-year-old guns for Teo Martín". gtopen.net. GT Sport. 14 April 2017. Retrieved 18 April 2017.
  19. ^ a b "MS Racing, a new entry from Austria". gtopen.net. GT Sport. 6 April 2017. Retrieved 7 April 2017.
  20. ^ a b "Ramos and Mac will race in GT Open in Spirit of Race Ferrari 488 GT3". Endurance-info.com. 22 February 2017. Retrieved 25 February 2017.
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  23. ^ 2017 International GT Open championship classification after Barcelona - GT Sport

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