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2018 GT4 Central European Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2018 GT4 Central European Cup was the first and only season of the GT4 Central European Cup, a sports car championship created and organised by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO). The season began on 28 April at Most and ended on 7 October at Zandvoort. It was discontinued for 2019, with the new ADAC GT4 Germany taking over its position in the Central European market.

Calendar

On 15 December 2017, the Stéphane Ratel Organisation announced the 2018 calendar.[1]

Round Circuit Date Supporting
1 Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most, Czech Republic 28–29 April ADAC GT Masters
2 Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg, Austria 19–20 May F2 Italian Trophy
3 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany 30 June–1 July ADAC Truck-Grand-Prix
4 Slovakia Automotodróm Slovakia Ring, Orechová Potôň, Slovakia 18–19 August Standalone event
5 Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands 6–7 October

Entry list

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Germany Phoenix Racing[2] Audi R8 LMS GT4[2] 3 Poland Gosia Rdest[2] PA 3
Colombia Óscar Tunjo[2]
4 Germany John-Louis Jasper[2] PA 3
Germany Helmut Rödig[2]
Poland eSky WP Racing Team[3] Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4[3] 7 Poland Łukasz Kręski[3] Am All
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz[3]
Netherlands Ekris Racing[4] Ekris M4 GT4[4] 8 Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende[4] PA 5
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje[4]
Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport[5] SIN R1 GT4[5] 11 Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov[6] Am All
Bulgaria Konstantin Marshavelov[7] 4
United Kingdom Chris Chadwick[4] 5
Austria razoon - more than racing[8] KTM X-Bow GT4[8] 13 Turkey Önder Erdem[8] Am 2
Austria Dominik Olbert[8]
Germany Racing One[6] Audi R8 LMS GT4[6] 16 Germany Hamza Owega[6] PA 1
Germany PROsport Performance[6] Porsche Cayman PRO4 GT4[6] 18 Germany Moritz Oestreich[6] PA 1
Germany Luca Wollgarten[6]
Germany Besagroup Racing[6] Mercedes-AMG GT4[6] 20 Croatia Franjo Kovac[6] PA 1
Czech Republic Tomáš Pekař[6]
Croatia Franjo Kovac[8] Am 2–4
Germany Cora Schumacher[8] 2–3
Poland Salag Racing[7] KTM X-Bow GT4[7] 21 Poland Adam Galas[7] Am 4
Germany True Racing - Reiter[9][N 1]
Felbermayr - Reiter[9][N 1]
Holinger - Reiter[9][N 1]
K Racing - Reiter[9][N 1]
KTM X-Bow GT4[9] 22 Czech Republic David Klar[2] PA 3
Germany Lennart Marioneck[2]
23 Czech Republic Sergej Pavlovec[6] Am 1
Czech Republic David Klar[8] PA 2, 4–5
Austria Laura Kraihamer[8] 2
Norway Mads Siljehaug[10] 4
United States Nicolai Elghanayan[4] 5
24 Poland Maciej Dreszer[6] PA 1
Czech Republic David Klar[6]
25 Finland Ilmari Korpivaara[6] PA All
Germany Benjamin Mazatis[6]
26 Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser[6] PA All
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser[6] 1
Switzerland Nikolaj Rogivue[8] 2
Norway Mads Siljehaug[2] 3
Austria Eike Angermayr[7] 4
Germany Lennart Marioneck[4] 5
Belgium SRT Selleslagh[4] Mercedes-AMG GT4[4] 30 Netherlands Bas Schouten[4] PA 5
Belgium Nicolas Vandierendonck[4]
31 Belgium Louis-Philippe Soenen[4] Am 5
Germany Allied-Racing[6] Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR[6] 41 Germany Freddy Kremer[6] Am 1–3
Austria Nicolas Schöll[6] 1–2
Germany Joachim Bölting[2] 3
Germany Jan Kasperlik[7] PA 4
Hungary Csaba Mór[7]
Germany Jan Kasperlik[4] Am 5
Germany Jörg Viebahn[4]
43 Netherlands Rob Severs[6] PA All
Germany Jörg Viebahn[6] 1
Germany Jan Kasperlik[8] 2
Austria Nicolas Schöll[2] 3–5
Austria Lechner Racing[6] Mercedes-AMG GT4[6] 47 Austria Freddy Fast[6][N 2] Am All
Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse[11] Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4[11] 50 Poland Antoni Chodzen[11] PA 2–5
Poland Piotr Chodzen[11] 2–4
Italy Patrick Zamparini[4] 5
77 Italy Romy Dall'Antonia[11] Am All
Italy Giuseppe Fascicolo[11]
Germany Team GT[8] McLaren 570S GT4[8] 87 Monaco Micah Stanley[8] PA 2
Switzerland Alain Valente[12]
88 Germany Christian Danner[8] Am 2
Germany Bernhard Laber[8]
Netherlands Equipe Verschuur[4] McLaren 570S GT4[4] 111 Netherlands Liesette Braams[4] Am 5
Netherlands Luc Braams[4]
Icon Class
PA Pro-Am Cup
Am Am Cup

Race results

Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Pole position Pro-Am Winners Am Winners
1 R1 Czech Republic Most Poland No. 7 eSky WP Racing Team Germany No. 16 Racing One Bulgaria No. 11 Sofia Car Motorsport
Poland Łukasz Kręski
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz
Germany Hamza Owega Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov
R2 Germany No. 26 K Racing - Reiter Germany No. 26 K Racing - Reiter Bulgaria No. 11 Sofia Car Motorsport
Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser
Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser
Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov
2 R1 Austria Red Bull Ring Germany No. 41 Allied-Racing Italy No. 50 Scuderia Villorba Corse Italy No. 77 Scuderia Villorba Corse
Germany Freddy Kremer
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Poland Antoni Chodzen
Poland Piotr Chodzen
Italy Romy Dall'Antonia
Italy Giuseppe Fascicolo
R2 Germany No. 87 Team GT Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Germany No. 88 Team GT
Monaco Micah Stanley
Switzerland Alain Valente
Germany Jan Kasperlik
Netherlands Rob Severs
Germany Christian Danner
Germany Bernhard Laber
3 R1 Germany Nürburgring Germany No. 3 Phoenix Racing Germany No. 26 K Racing - Reiter Italy No. 77 Scuderia Villorba Corse
Poland Gosia Rdest
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser
Norway Mads Siljehaug
Italy Romy Dall'Antonia
Italy Giuseppe Fascicolo
R2 Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Germany No. 3 Phoenix Racing Bulgaria No. 11 Sofia Car Motorsport
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Netherlands Rob Severs
Poland Gosia Rdest
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov
4 R1 Slovakia Slovakia Ring Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Germany No. 41 Allied-Racing Poland No. 7 eSky WP Racing Team
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Netherlands Rob Severs
Germany Jan Kasperlik
Hungary Csaba Mór
Poland Łukasz Kręski
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz
R2 Bulgaria No. 11 Sofia Car Motorsport Germany No. 23 True Racing - Reiter Poland No. 7 eSky WP Racing Team
Bulgaria Konstantin Marshavelov
Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov
Czech Republic David Klar
Norway Mads Siljehaug
Poland Łukasz Kręski
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz
5 R1 Netherlands Zandvoort Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Poland No. 7 eSky WP Racing Team
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Netherlands Rob Severs
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Netherlands Rob Severs
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz
R2 Germany No. 26 K Racing - Reiter Germany No. 43 Allied-Racing Austria No. 48 Lechner Racing
Germany Lennart Marioneck
Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Netherlands Rob Severs
Austria Freddy Fast

Championship standings

Scoring system

Championship points were awarded for the first ten positions in each race. 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.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
Points 25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1

Drivers' championship

Pos. Driver Team MST
Czech Republic
RBR
Austria
NÜR
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
ZAN
Netherlands
Points
Pro-Am class
1 Netherlands Rob Severs Germany Allied-Racing 4 8 13 1 5 2 5 11 1 1 162
2 Switzerland Marylin Niederhauser Germany K Racing - Reiter 2 1 9 8 1 6 Ret 4 4 8 157
3 Finland Ilmari Korpivaara
Germany Benjamin Mazatis
Germany Holinger - Reiter 7 2 7 5 12 3 3 3 5 10 149
4 Czech Republic David Klar Germany Felbermayr - Reiter 9 6 122
Germany True Racing - Reiter 5 7 6 4 7 1 9 Ret
5 Austria Nicolas Schöll Germany Allied-Racing 5 2 5 11 1 1 102
7 Poland Antoni Chodzen Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse 3 Ret Ret DNS 4 9 8 2 82
7 Norway Mads Siljehaug Germany K Racing - Reiter 1 6 70
Germany True Racing - Reiter 7 1
8 Germany Jan Kasperlik Germany Allied-Racing 13 1 2 Ret 60
9 Germany Lennart Marioneck Germany True Racing - Reiter 6 4 55
Germany K Racing - Reiter 4 8
10 Poland Piotr Chodzen Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse 3 Ret Ret DNS 4 9 52
11 Switzerland Patric Niederhauser Germany K Racing - Reiter 2 1 50
12 Poland Gosia Rdest
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Germany Phoenix Racing 2 1 43
13 Germany Moritz Oestreich
Germany Luca Wollgarten
Germany PROsport Performance 3 4 33
14 Austria Laura Kraihamer Germany True Racing - Reiter 5 7 33
15 Germany Jörg Viebahn Germany Allied-Racing 4 8 25
16 Switzerland Nikolaj Rogivue Germany K Racing - Reiter 9 8 24
17 Germany John-Louis Jasper
Germany Helmut Rödig
Germany Phoenix Racing 3 8 23
18 Poland Maciej Dreszer Germany Felbermayr - Reiter 9 6 22
19 Croatia Franjo Kovac
Czech Republic Tomáš Pekař
Germany Besagroup Racing 11 11 16
20 Monaco Micah Stanley
Switzerland Alain Valente
Germany Team GT Ret 10 10
Guest drivers ineligible to score Pro-Am class points
Germany Hamza Owega Germany Racing One 1 3
Netherlands Bas Schouten
Belgium Nicolas Vandierendonck
Belgium SRT Selleslagh 2 6
Italy Patrick Zamparini Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse 8 2
Hungary Csaba Mór Germany Allied-Racing 2 Ret
Austria Eike Angermayr Germany K Racing - Reiter Ret 4
United States Nicolai Elghanayan Germany True Racing - Reiter 9 Ret
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
Netherlands Bernhard van Oranje
Netherlands Ekris Racing DNS DNS
Am class
1 Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz Poland eSky WP Racing Team Ret DNS 4 3 7 7 1 2 3 4 162
2 Italy Romy Dall'Antonia
Italy Giuseppe Fascicolo
Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse 10 7 1 4 4 12 10 5 7 7 160
3 Austria Freddy Fast Austria Lechner Racing 12 9 8 Ret 9 10 6 7 6 3 135
4 Bulgaria Ivan Vlachkov Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport 5 5 12 DNS 8 5 8 8 10 Ret 133
5 Germany Freddy Kremer Germany Allied-Racing 6 10 6 Ret 10 9 67
6 Poland Łukasz Kręski Poland eSky WP Racing Team Ret DNS 4 DNS WD WD 1 2 WD WD 65
7 Croatia Franjo Kovac Germany Besagroup Racing 11 9 11 11 11 10 54
8 Germany Christian Danner
Germany Bernhard Laber
Germany Team GT 2 2 43
9 Austria Nicolas Schöll Germany Allied-Racing 6 10 6 Ret 42
10 Germany Cora Schumacher Germany Besagroup Racing 11 9 11 11 34
11 Germany Joachim Bölting Germany Allied-Racing 10 9 25
12 Germany Jan Kasperlik
Germany Jörg Viebahn
Germany Allied-Racing 11 5 25
13 Turkey Önder Erdem
Austria Dominik Olbert
Austria razoon - more than racing 10 6 20
14 Czech Republic Sergej Pavlovec Germany True Racing - Reiter 8 Ret 15
Guest drivers ineligible to score Am class points
Poland Adam Galas Poland Salag Racing 9 6
Bulgaria Konstantin Marshavelov Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport 8 8
Belgium Louis-Philippe Soenen Belgium SRT Selleslagh 13 9
United Kingdom Chris Chadwick Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport 10 Ret
Netherlands Liesette Braams
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands Equipe Verschuur 12 Ret
Pos. Driver Team MST
Czech Republic
RBR
Austria
NÜR
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
ZAN
Netherlands
Points
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)
Withdrew (WD)
Blank Did Not Participate

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Teams' championship

Pos. Team Manufacturer Points
1 Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse Maserati 163
2 Poland eSky WP Racing Team Maserati 162
3 Germany Allied-Racing Porsche 140
4 Austria Lechner Racing Mercedes-AMG 135
5 Bulgaria Sofia Car Motorsport SIN 133
6 Germany Reiter Engineering KTM 125
7 Germany Besagroup Racing Mercedes-AMG 78
8 Germany Team GT McLaren 43
9 Germany PROsport Performance Porsche 30
10 Germany Phoenix Racing Audi 30
11 Austria razoon - more than racing KTM 20

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Cars No. 22 and 23 entered as True Racing - Reiter, car No. 24 entered as Felbermayr - Reiter, car No. 25 entered as Holinger - Reiter and car No. 26 entered as K Racing - Reiter.
  2. ^ Freddy Fast entered in car No. 48 at Round 5.

References

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  3. ^ a b c d "Team eSky WP Racing für die komplette Saison in der GT4 Central European Cup". central.gt4series.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 20 March 2018. Archived from the original on 22 June 2018. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
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  5. ^ a b "Sofia Car Motorsports tritt dem GT4 Central European Cup bei". central.gt4series.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 27 February 2018. Retrieved 1 March 2018.[permanent dead link]
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  9. ^ a b c d e Kilbey, Stephen (5 January 2018). "Reiter Confirms GT4 Series Entries". dailysportscar.com. Dailysportscar. Retrieved 5 January 2018.
  10. ^ "Slovakia Ring: Free Practice 1 results". central.gt4series.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 17 August 2018. Archived from the original on 17 August 2018. Retrieved 17 August 2018.
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