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2018 GT4 International Cup

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Race details
Bahrain International Circuit--Grand Prix Layout.svg
Date 1 December 2018
Official name Bahrain GT Festival
Location Sakhir, Bahrain
Course Permanent circuit
5.412 km (3.363 mi)
Distance Qualifying Race 1
60 minutes
Qualifying Race 2
60 minutes
Main Race
60 minutes
Qualifying Race 1
Pole
Driver Netherlands Milan Dontje Phoenix Racing
Time 2:11.555
Fastest lap
Driver Netherlands Milan Dontje Phoenix Racing
Time 2:13.745 (on lap 5)
Podium
First Netherlands Milan Dontje
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Phoenix Racing
Second United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
Academy Motorsport
Third France Michael Blanchemain
France Steven Palette
Saintéloc Junior Team
Qualifying Race 2
Pole
Driver France Steven Palette Saintéloc Junior Team
Time 2:11.191
Fastest lap
Driver France Steven Palette Saintéloc Junior Team
Time 2:13.259 (on lap 3)
Podium
First Netherlands Milan Dontje
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Phoenix Racing
Second France Enzo Guibbert
France Gilles Vannelet
3Y Technology
Third United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
Academy Motorsport
Main Race
Pole
Driver Netherlands Milan Dontje Phoenix Racing
Fastest lap
Driver Netherlands Milan Dontje Phoenix Racing
Time 2:13.167 (on lap 4)
Podium
First France Pierre-Alexandre Jean
France Pierre Sancinéna
CMR
Second Netherlands Milan Dontje
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Phoenix Racing
Third France Enzo Guibbert
France Gilles Vannelet
3Y Technology

The 2018 GT4 International Cup was the first edition of the GT4 International Cup held at Bahrain International Circuit on 1 December 2018. The race was contested with GT4-spec cars.[1] The event promoters were the Bahrain Motorsport Federation (BMF) and the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO).

Entry list

Team Car No. Drivers Class
Germany Phoenix Racing Audi R8 LMS GT4 3 Germany Max Hesse PA
Poland Gosia Rdest
5 Netherlands Milan Dontje S
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
France BMW Team France by Ekris Motorsport Ekris M4 GT4 8 Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende S
France Julien Piguet
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport McLaren 570S GT4 10 United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison S
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
Netherlands Las Moras Racing McLaren 570S GT4 11 Netherlands Liesette Braams Am
Netherlands Luc Braams
Austria Razoon - More than Racing KTM X-Bow GT4 13 Austria Constantin Schöll S
Austria Reinhard Kofler
France CMR Alpine A110 GT4 26 France Antoine Leclerc PA
France David Tuchbant
36 France Pierre-Alexandre Jean S
France Pierre Sancinéna
Spain Bullitt Racing Mercedes-AMG GT4 33 United Kingdom Andy Meyrick PA
United Kingdom Stephen Pattrick
France 3Y Technology BMW M4 GT4 37 Hong Kong Philip Kadoorie PA
Hong Kong Dan Wells
39 France Enzo Guibbert PA
France Gilles Vannelet
Canada Sportscarboutique Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR 38 Canada Andrew Danyliw Am
Canada Ethan Simioni
France Saintéloc Junior Team Audi R8 LMS GT4 41 France Michael Blanchemain PA
France Steven Palette
42 France Grégory Guilvert PA
France Fabien Michal
United Kingdom Generation AMR Super Racing Aston Martin Vantage GT4 44 United Kingdom Matthew George PA
United Kingdom James Holder
Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4 50 Poland Antoni Chodzen PA
Poland Piotr Chodzen
Sweden Primus Racing Ginetta G55 GT4 51 Denmark Peter Larsen Am
Sweden Johan Rosén
Sweden Just Racing Mercedes-AMG GT4 72 Sweden Erik Behrens Am
Sweden Mats Ek Tidstrand
France AKKA-ASP Team Mercedes-AMG GT4 88 France Thomas Drouet S
France Jérôme Policand
Switzerland Porsche Zentrum Oberer Zürichsee by TFT Racing Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR 222 Germany Jan Kasperlik Am
Switzerland Niki Leutwiler
United States RHC Jorgensen/Strom by MarcCars BMW M4 GT4 250 United States Daren Jorgensen Am
United States Brett Strom
Source:[2]
Icon Class
S Silver Cup
PA Pro-Am Cup
Am Am Cup

Results

Main race

Pos Class # Team Drivers Car Laps Gap/Retired
1 S 36 France CMR France Pierre-Alexandre Jean
France Pierre Sancinéna
Alpine A110 GT4 25 1:00:03.393
2 S 5 Germany Phoenix Racing Netherlands Milan Dontje
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Audi R8 LMS GT4 25 +5.677
3 PA 39 France 3Y Technology France Enzo Guibbert
France Gilles Vannelet
BMW M4 GT4 25 +9.337
4 S 10 United Kingdom Academy Motorsport United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison
United Kingdom Matt Nicoll-Jones
McLaren 570S GT4 25 +17.759
5 S 88 France AKKA-ASP Team France Thomas Drouet
France Jérôme Policand
Mercedes-AMG GT4 25 +18.613
6 S 13 Austria Razoon - More than Racing Austria Constantin Schöll
Austria Reinhard Kofler
KTM X-Bow GT4 25 +20.554
7 PA 37 France 3Y Technology Hong Kong Philip Kadoorie
United Kingdom Dan Wells
BMW M4 GT4 25 +31.098
8 PA 3 Germany Phoenix Racing Germany Max Hesse
Poland Gosia Rdest
Audi R8 LMS GT4 25 +32.473
9 PA 44 United Kingdom Generation AMR Super Racing United Kingdom Matthew George
United Kingdom James Holder
Aston Martin Vantage GT4 25 +35.825
10 PA 41 France Saintéloc Junior Team France Michael Blanchemain
France Steven Palette
Audi R8 LMS GT4 25 +51.712
11 Am 250 United States RHC Jorgensen/Strom by MarcCars United States Daren Jorgensen
United States Brett Strom
BMW M4 GT4 25 +57.766
12 Am 51 Sweden Primus Racing Denmark Peter Larsen
Sweden Johan Rosén
Ginetta G55 GT4 25 +1:35.791
13 Am 72 Sweden Just Racing Sweden Erik Behrens
Sweden Mats Tidstrand
Mercedes-AMG GT4 25 +1:45.813
14 Am 50 Italy Scuderia Villorba Corse Poland Antoni Chodzen
Poland Piotr Chodzen
Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4 24 +1 Lap
NC Am 11 Netherlands Las Moras Racing Netherlands Liesette Braams
Netherlands Luc Braams
McLaren 570S GT4 14
NC PA 33 Spain Bullitt Racing United Kingdom Andy Meyrick
United Kingdom Stephen Pattrick
Mercedes-AMG GT4 9
NC Am 38 Canada Sportscarboutique Canada Andrew Danyliw
Canada Ethan Simioni
Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR 4
NC PA 26 France CMR France Antoine Leclerc
France David Tuchbant
Alpine A110 GT4 2
NC Am 222 France Porsche Zentrum Oberer Zürichsee by TFT Racing Germany Jan Kasperlik
Switzerland Niki Leutwiler
Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR 1
NC PA 42 France Saintéloc Junior Team France Grégory Guilvert
France Fabien Michal
Audi R8 LMS GT4 0
DNS S 8 France BMW Team France by Ekris Motorsport Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
France Julien Piguet
BMW M4 GT4
Source:[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Kilshaw, Jake (2 November 2018). "21 Cars on Provisional GT4 Entry List for Bahrain GT Festival". sportscar365. John Dagys Media. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Final entry list confirms impressive grid for inaugural GT4 International Cup". european.gt4series.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 27 November 2018. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
  3. ^ "GT4 International Cup - Bahrain GT Festival: Main Race". GT4 European Series. Retrieved 1 December 2018.

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