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2018 FIA GT World Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Race details[1]
Circuito da Guia GP.svg
Date 18 November 2018
Official name SJM Macau GT Cup – FIA GT World Cup
Location Guia Circuit, Macau
Course Temporary street circuit[2]
6.120 km (3.803 mi)
Distance Qualification Race
12 laps, 73.440 km (45.634 mi)
Main Race
18 laps, 110.160 km (68.450 mi)
Qualification Race
Pole
Driver  Raffaele Marciello (ITA) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing
Time 2:16.800
Fastest lap
Driver  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer
Time 2:17.987 (on lap 9)
Podium
First  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer
Second  Raffaele Marciello (ITA) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing
Third  Maro Engel (DEU) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing
Main Race
Pole
Driver  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer
Fastest lap
Driver  Edoardo Mortara (CHE) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing
Time 2:18.276 (on lap 10)
Podium
First  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer
Second  Maro Engel (DEU) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing
Third  Edoardo Mortara (CHE) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing

The 2018 FIA GT World Cup (formally the SJM Macau GT Cup – FIA GT World Cup) was a Grand Touring (GT) motor race held on the Guia Circuit in the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Macau on 18 November. It was the fourth annual edition of the event and the eleventh time overall that GT3 cars had competed in Macau. Only platinum and gold drivers were allowed to compete, but silver drivers were eligible on a case by case basis at the FIA GT World Cup Committee's discretion. The race was promoted by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation working with the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The race itself was made up of two races: a 12-lap qualifying race that decided the starting order for the 18-lap main race.

The main race was won by BMW Team Schnitzer driver Augusto Farfus in a BMW M6 GT3 from pole position, having won the Qualification Race the previous afternoon. Farfus held the lead at the rolling start and led every lap of the main race to claim his fourth victory in Macau and his first since the 2009 Guia Race of Macau. BMW was the third manufacturer to win the FIA GT World Cup. Second place went to Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing driver Maro Engel and his teammate Edoardo Mortara finished third.

Background and entry list

The 2018 FIA GT World Cup was confirmed as being held during a meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council on 9 March following a contract extension with race organisers to stage the event in the Chinese Special Administrative Region of Macau.[3][4] Occurring on the 6.120 km (3.803 mi) 22-turn Guia Circuit in the streets of Macau, on 18 November 2018 with three preceding days of practice and qualifying, it was the fourth staging of the race and the eleventh GT3 event in Macau.[2][5] The race was promoted by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation working with the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA);[6] the SRO was appointed by the promoter Associação Geral Automóvel de Macau-China to form a field of cars.[7] In accordance with the event regulations, the manufacturers' championship was presented to the manufacturer of the car of the winning participant.[8] Tyre manufacturer Pirelli was nominated by the FIA as the race's control tyre supplier for the fourth year in succession.[9]

In order to enter the race, drivers had to compete in a FIA-regulated championship race based on GT3 regulations over the prior two seasons or have significant experience in Grand Touring (GT) cars. Only platinum or gold racing license holders could enter with silver ranked drivers eligible on a case by case basis at the FIA GT World Cup Committee's discretion. Bronze rated competitors were not allowed to compete.[10] Entries were open from 6 July to 31 August.[11] The FIA released the entry list on 18 October.[12] A total of 15 drivers representing 11 different nationalities in five separate manufacturers,[N 1][13] and series such as the ADAC GT Masters and the Blancpain GT Series formed part of the entry list.[12][14] Three former FIA GT World Cup winners in Maro Engel, Laurens Vanthoor and Edoardo Mortara and the 2007 Macau Grand Prix winner Oliver Jarvis were among the entrants.[12][14]

The FIA imposed a balance of performance to ensure a high level of parity.[7] The Audi R8 LMS had 10 kg (22 lb) of ballast added while the BMW M6 GT3 received a weight decrease of 10 kg (22 lb) but its turbocharger boost was reduced. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 received an increase in handling with a 20 kg (44 lb) loss in ballast but lost performance with its air restrictor lowered in size by 1 mm (0.039 in). The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 debuted in Macau weighing in at 1,305 kg (2,877 lb) and the Porsche 911 GT3 R received no performance changes.[15]

Practice and qualifying

Raffaele Marciello in white fireproof racing clothing
Raffaele Marciello set the fastest lap in qualifying to start from pole position.

Two half an hour practice sessions were held before the race on 18 November: the first on the afternoon of 15 November and the second on the morning of 16 November.[5] Robin Frijns in the No. 66 Team WRT Speedstar Audi R8 LMS lapped fastest in the first practice session at 2 minutes, 18.588 seconds,[16] ahead of Mortara, Christopher Haase, Augusto Farfus and Earl Bamber with the first five representing four manufacturers.[17] The session was stopped for separate accidents at the Melco hairpin.[16] Dries Vanthoor, Frijns' teammate, struck the wall on the outside and lost control stopping sideways across the circuit with damage to his car's front-left bodywork and the spoiler removed. Mathieu Jaminet was unsighted and crashed into the wall sustaining minor damage to his car's left door while attempting to avoid Dries Vanthoor before Farfus was required to stop.[15][18] In the second practice session, four manufacturers again occupied the first five positions as Bamber set the fastest lap in the No. 912 Manthey Racing Porsche 911 GT3 R at 2 minutes, 17.436 seconds with three minutes left after adjustments and tyre changes. Engel, Frijns, Laurens Vanthoor and Farfus followed in positions second through fifth. The session concluded early when Haase lost control of his vehicle and damaged it in a collision with the barrier at the R Bend turn.[19][20]

Friday afternoon's half hour qualifying session determined the qualification race's starting order through each driver's fastest lap times.[5][10] Conditions were cool for qualifying.[21] On his second race in Macau,[22] Raffaele Marciello in the No. 999 GruppeM Racing Mercedes-AMG GT3 achieved pole position by becoming the only driver to go below 2 minutes, 17 minutes with a 2 minutes, 16.8 seconds time on his final timed lap.[23][24] It was his second pole position in Macau following his first at the 2013 Macau Grand Prix.[6] Marciello demoted Farfus from pole to second,[23] although the latter went faster with 2 minutes remaining.[25] Engel took third and Mortara was fourth to make it three Mercedes in the first four positions following late-session improvements and a battle between both drivers.[23][24][25] Manthey's Bamber and Laurens Vanthoor were fifth and sixth leading the trio of Audi drivers of Frijns, Haase and Dries Vanthoor in positions seven through nine. Jaminet qualified tenth. Alexandre Imperatori in 11th was followed by the Hong Kong duo of Adderly Fong and Darryl O'Young in 12th and 13th.[1] Jarvis was 14th in his first Macau race since winning the 2007 Macau Grand Prix and Tsugio Matsuda qualified 15th to complete the starting order.[25] During qualifying, Frijins outbraked himself at Lisboa corner and crashed into the barrier, requiring a localised yellow flag to extricate him with less than three minutes to go.[23][26]

Post-qualifying

Before the qualifying race, the FIA again altered the balance of performance, reducing the minimum ballast of the three KCMG-fielded Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3s by 20 kg (44 lb) for better handling and received an increase in performance with turbocharger boost raises across every power level.[27] O’Young began from the rear of the field following an engine switch post-qualifying.[27]

Qualifying classification

Final qualifying classification
Pos. Class[13] No. Driver Team Manufacturer Time Gap
1 P 999  Raffaele Marciello (ITA) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 2:16.800
2 P 42  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer BMW 2:17.357 +0.557
3 P 888  Maro Engel (DEU) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 2:17.422 +0.622
4 P 1  Edoardo Mortara (CHE) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 2:17.431 +0.631
5 P 912  Earl Bamber (NZL) Manthey Racing Porsche 2:17.717 +0.917
6 P 911  Laurens Vanthoor (BEL) Manthey Racing Porsche 2:17.848 +1.048
7 P 66  Robin Frijns (NLD) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 2:18.042 +1.242
8 P 28  Christopher Haase (DEU) Audi Sport Team Rutronik Audi 2:18.579 +1.779
9 G 88  Dries Vanthoor (BEL) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 2:18.674 +1.894
10 G 991  Mathieu Jaminet (FRA) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 2:19.249 +2.449
11 G 18  Alexandre Imperatori (HKG) KCMG Nissan 2:19.321 +2.521
12 G 77  Adderly Fong (HKG) Zun Motorsport Crew Audi 2:20.000 +3.200
13 S 55  Darryl O'Young (HKG) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 2:20.337 +3.537[N 2]
14 P 35  Oliver Jarvis (GBR) KCMG Nissan 2:20.411 +3.611
15 P 23  Tsugio Matsuda (JPN) KCMG Nissan 2:21.710 +4.910
Source:[1]
Categorisation
Icon Class
P Platinum
G Gold
S Silver

Qualifying race

Augusto Farfus speaking to an audience at a race track with two adult women behind him in 2018
Augusto Farfus won both the qualification and the main race to achieve his first victory in Macau since 2009.

The qualifying race to set the starting order for the main race commenced under overcast conditions of 23 °C (73 °F) at 13:05 Macau Standard Time (UTC+08:00) on 17 November.[5][10][28] Matsuda failed to start because smoke bellowed from the front of his car as the formation lap began.[29] Farfus made a better getaway from Marciello to move into the lead on the outside into Mandarin Bend corner.[29][30] Almost immediately, the safety car was deployed for an three-car collision.[31] Laurens Vanthoor and Mortara collided entering Mandarin Bend turn as the latter was defending from the former and Bamber on both sides. Mortara swerved to the right as Bamber executed a similar manoevure, causing the contact with Laurens Vanthoor that caused Vanthoor to lose control of his car sending it into a half spin and crash into the outside barrier sideways and back across the circuit.[21][29][32] Laurens Vanthoor was unhurt.[21][33] Two laps were completed under safety car conditions to enable the removal of Laurens Vanthoor's car from the circuit before it was withdrawn for the restart on the third lap.[30][33]

Farfus waited late to return the field to racing speeds, having taken longer than usual steering from side to side in his car on the back straight before the final turn.[29][31] He made a clean getaway and extended his lead to a second over Marciello by the conclusion of the third lap,[31] and he subsequently extended it to 2​12 seconds.[29] On lap seven, Marciello set the race's fastest lap of 2 minutes, 17.989 seconds to briefly threaten a comeback but Farfus immediately reacted by lapping ​25 of a second faster than the former on lap eight and subsequently by seven-tenths of a second on the ninth lap, resetting the fastest lap to a 2 minutes, 17.987 seconds in the process.[29] Thereafter, Farfus could incrementally increase his lead even as Marciello and his teammate Engel were faster in the track's mountain section,[31] and achieved victory in the 12-lap qualification race for pole position in the main race by 3.812 seconds over Marciello in second position.[29][30][33] The last classified finishers were Engel, Mortara, Bamber, Frijns, Haase, Dries Vanthoor, Jaminet, Imperatori, Fong, Jarvis and O'Young.[1]

Qualification Race classification

Final classification of the qualifying race
Pos. Class[13] No. Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired
1 P 42  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer BMW 12 29:35.782
2 P 999  Raffaele Marciello (ITA) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 12 +3.812
3 P 888  Maro Engel (DEU) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 12 +5.022
4 P 1  Edoardo Mortara (CHE) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 12 +5.706
5 P 912  Earl Bamber (NZL) Manthey Racing Porsche 12 +6.296
6 P 66  Robin Frijns (NLD) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 12 +13.102
7 P 28  Christopher Haase (DEU) Audi Sport Team Rutronik Audi 12 +13.652
8 G 88  Dries Vanthoor (BEL) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 12 +14.232
9 G 991  Mathieu Jaminet (FRA) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 12 +21.393
10 G 18  Alexandre Imperatori (HKG) KCMG Nissan 12 +25.067
11 G 77  Adderly Fong (HKG) Zun Motorsport Crew Audi 12 +28.790
12 P 35  Oliver Jarvis (GBR) KCMG Nissan 12 +32.084
13 S 55  Darryl O'Young (HKG) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 12 +41.794
Ret P 911  Laurens Vanthoor (BEL) Manthey Racing Porsche 0 Accident
Ret P 23  Tsugio Matsuda (JPN) KCMG Nissan 0 Engine
Source:[1][29]

Main race

"This is a fantastic victory. It is 29 years to the day that my dad gave me my first motorcycle and to be here now winning the FIA GT World Cup is a very special moment. It’s all the more special because Charly (Lamm) is here. We brought a small team to Macau but everyone here for BMW Motorsport has done a fantastic job. We had a plan and I think we executed it perfectly. I think it’s the first time the GT has had a full green race as well. I knew I had the pace, I knew I had the package and that the start would be crucial for a good race. So, a lot of effort when into turn one; I wanted to keep the lead and that was pretty much it. I was just committed, fully committed to keeping my car on the track. In the last sector I got a good run on to the straight and we made it! It’s our first GT World Cup."

Augusto Farfus on winning the 2018 FIA GT World Cup.[32]

The race commenced in overcast conditions at 12:25 local time on 18 November.[5][28] Laurens Vanthoor was withdrawn from the event because of damage sustained to the chassis of his car in his first lap accident with Mortara in the previous day's qualification race forcing his second consecutive weekend-ending crash.[34] From pole position, Farfus made a brisk start and steered to the inside to maintain the lead from Marciello entering the first turn.[35] Maricello put pressure onto Farfus into Lisboa corner but was unable to effect an overtake and settled into second position.[36][37] Behind Farfus and Maricello, Mortara and his teammate Engel were third and fourth with Bamber fifth.[36] On the second lap, Bamber made contact with the barrier at the Solitude Esses but continued without sustaining damage to his vehicle.[37][38] By the conclusion of the lap, Farfus opened up a lead of more than one second ahead of Marciello.[35] Following the opening four laps, Marciello drew close to Farfus and was able to put pressure on the race leader by following him closely. Marciello was able to lap faster in the circuit's mountain sections although he could draw close enough to Farfus and attempt an pass.[35][36] On the eighth lap, Marciello ran deep by braking too late for Lisboa turn and hit the barrier while attempt to turn into the corner.[37][38] He returned to the track without necessitating the yellow flags and fell to tenth position.[32] The accident promoted Engel to second who took up the chase of Farfus.[36]

Engel frequently employed light flashing to try and distract Farfus,[35] as he remained within a second of the latter who countered the pace of the former with BMW's straightline speed over Mercedes-Benz's throughout most of the remainder of the event.[36][37] On lap 11, Matsuda overtook O'Young for 13th position as Marciello passed Imperatori for 9th place and Jaminet moved past Dries Vanthoor into 7th position on the following lap.[1] Engel made an error braking for the Melco hairpin with two laps left, increasing Farfus' lead.[39] After 18 laps, Farfus led every lap to achieve his first victory in Macau since the 2009 Guia Race of Macau, his fourth in Macau and his first GT win on the Guia Circuit.[37][40] BMW became the third manufacturer to clinch the FIA GT World Cup.[41] Engel followed 0.981 seconds later in second,[36] with his teammate Mortara third after an early race error at the Police bend and his car lacking downforce and pace.[35][41] Bamber in fourth was the final car in the lead pack,[38] and the highest-placed Audi driver was Frijns in fifth who was two seconds ahead of brandmate Haase in sixth, giving four manufacturers representation in the top five. Macau debutants Jaminet and Dries Vanthoor were seventh and eighth with Marciello ninth and Imperatori the highest-finishing Nissan participant in tenth. Fong, Jarvis, Matuda and O'Young were the final finishers.[37][40] Only three overtakes occurred on the circuit during a race which saw no caution periods.[32][37]

Main Race classification

Final classification of the main race
Pos. Class[13] No. Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Time/Retired
1 P 42  Augusto Farfus (BRA) BMW Team Schnitzer BMW 18 41:45.992
2 P 888  Maro Engel (DEU) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 18 +0.981
3 P 1  Edoardo Mortara (CHE) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 18 +1.823
4 P 912  Earl Bamber (NZL) Manthey Racing Porsche 18 +3.283
5 P 66  Robin Frijns (NLD) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 18 +4.549
6 P 28  Christopher Haase (DEU) Audi Sport Team Rutronik Audi 18 +6.588
7 G 991  Mathieu Jaminet (FRA) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 18 +20.504
8 G 88  Dries Vanthoor (BEL) Audi Sport Team WRT Speedstar Audi 18 +21.449
9 P 999  Raffaele Marciello (ITA) Mercedes-AMG Team GruppeM Racing Mercedes-Benz 18 +23.009
10 G 18  Alexandre Imperatori (HKG) KCMG Nissan 18 +31.147
11 G 77  Adderly Fong (HKG) Zun Motorsport Crew Audi 18 +41.960
12 P 35  Oliver Jarvis (GBR) KCMG Nissan 18 +43.391
13 P 23  Tsugio Matsuda (JPN) KCMG Nissan 18 +1:03.531
14 S 55  Darryl O'Young (HKG) Craft-Bamboo Racing Porsche 18 +1:08.268
DNS P 911  Laurens Vanthoor (BEL) Manthey Racing Porsche 0 Accident[N 3]
Source:[1][32]

See also

Notes and references

Notes

  1. ^ Lamborghini was absent because its primary Asian-based team was preparing a move to Europe and Honda did not appear to prioritse the GT3 class. Aston Martin and McLaren were preparing to launch new GT3 cars while Bentley were delivering new Continental GT3s to teams.[7]
  2. ^ Darryl O'Young began from the back of the field for the Qualification Race due to an engine switch.[27]
  3. ^ Laurens Vanthoor did not start the Main Race, because the chassis of his car sustained enough damage in an accident during the Qualification Race to warrant its withdrawal.[34]

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