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2019 GT4 European Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 GT4 European Series
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The 2019 GT4 European Series was the twelfth season of the GT4 European Series, a sports car championship created and organised by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO). The season began on 13 April at Monza and ended on 1 September at the Nürburgring.

Calendar

At the annual press conference during the 2018 24 Hours of Spa on 27 July, the Stéphane Ratel Organisation announced the first draft of the 2019 calendar, in which Barcelona-Catalunya initially made an appearance.[1] It was dropped from the schedule and replaced by Zandvoort, when the finalised calendar was announced on 22 October.[2]

Round Circuit Date Supporting
1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy 13–14 April Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
2 United Kingdom Brands Hatch, Kent, Great Britain 4–5 May Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe
3 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France 1–2 June Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
4 Italy Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli, Misano Adriatico, Italy 29–30 June Blancpain GT World Challenge Europe
5 Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands 13–14 July
6 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany 31 August–1 September

Partners

The GT4 European Series is supported by 5 sponsors. These are the tire manufacturer Pirelli, the lubricant specialist RAVENOL, the watch manufacturer CERTINA, Elf and Gullwing Racing Insurance.

Entry list

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Belgium Street Art Racing[3] Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4[3] 007 France Julien Darras[4] S All
Belgium Jamie Vandenbalck[4]
17 Switzerland Pascal Bachmann[3] Am All
Luxembourg Clément Seyler[3]
Germany Phoenix Racing[5] Audi R8 LMS GT4[5] 1 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus[5] S All
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen[5]
Germany Leipert Motorsport[6] Mercedes-AMG GT4[6] 2 Norway Marcus Påverud[6] PA All
Germany Luca Trefz[6]
4 Poland Jan Kisiel[6] S All
Netherlands Max Koebolt[6]
Netherlands Ekris Motorsport[7] BMW M4 GT4[7] 8 Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende[7] S All
United Kingdom Euan McKay[7]
France CMR[8] Alpine A110 GT4[8] 9 France Soheil Ayari[8] PA 1–3
France Guillaume Roman[8]
France Pierre-Alexandre Jean S 4
France Stéphane Lémeret
36 France Pierre-Alexandre Jean[8] S 1–3
France Pierre Sancinéna[8]
48 France David Loger[8] Am All
Monaco Eric Mouez[8]
Netherlands Las Moras by Equipe Verschuur[9][N 1]
Equipe Verschuur[10][N 1]
McLaren 570S GT4[10] 11 Netherlands Liesette Braams[9] Am 1–5
Netherlands Luc Braams[9] 1
Netherlands Gaby Uljee[11] 2–5
14 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes[10] S All
United Kingdom Daniel McKay[10]
Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport[9] BMW M4 GT4[9] 12 Turkey Ibrahim Okyay[9] PA 1–5
Turkey Fatih Ayhan[9] 1
Turkey Levent Kocabıyık[11] 2, 5
Turkey Cem Bölükbaşı[12] 3–4
Germany Schwede Motorsport[13] Mercedes-AMG GT4[13] 13 Germany Marc Basseng[13] PA 1–5
Germany Phillip Bethke[13]
777 Germany Jan Rehnig[13] PA All
Germany Dominik Schraml[13]
Spain NM Racing Team[14] Ginetta G55 GT4[14] 15 Spain Max Llobet[14] S 1–3
Spain Lluc Ibáñez[14]
PA 4–6
Spain Jorge Cabezas Catalan
Austria True Racing[15][N 2]
Valvoline - True Racing[16][N 2]
KTM X-Bow GT4[15] 16 Austria Reinhard Kofler[15] S All
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser[15]
24 Norway Mads Siljehaug[16] S All
Germany Phil Hill[16] 1–4
United States Nicolai Elghanayan 5
Austria Eike Angermayer 6
Germany PROsport Performance[17] Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4[17] 18 India Akhil Rabindra[17] S 1–3, 6
Switzerland Florian Thoma[17] 1–3
Austria David Griessner 6
19 Austria David Griessner[18] S 1–4
France Jérémy Sarhy[18] 1–3
India Akhil Rabindra[17] 4
Germany Alex Mies 6
Germany David Ortmann
Germany Allied-Racing[19] Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport[19] 21 Germany Benjamin Mazatis[19] PA All
Switzerland Niki Leutwiler[19] 1–3
Austria Constantin Schöll 4–6
22 Germany Jan Kasperlik[19] PA 1, 3–6
Austria Nicolas Schöll[19]
Belgium Glenn Van Parijs[11] S 2
Austria Constantin Schöll[11]
Netherlands MDM Motorsport[20] BMW M4 GT4[20] 25 Netherlands Simon Knap[20] S All
United States Alec Udell[20]
26 Netherlands Mark van der Aa[20] S All
Netherlands Koen Bogaerts[20]
France IMSA Performance[12] Audi R8 LMS GT4[12] 27 France Michael Blanchemain[12] Am 3
France Franck Leherpeur[12]
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team[21] Mercedes-AMG GT4[21] 30 Belgium Guillaume Dumarey[21] S 1–3
Belgium Jean Glorieux[21]
PA 4
Belgium Guillaume Dumarey[21]
Netherlands Kay Van Berlo 5
Belgium Angélique Detavernier
Am 6
Belgium David Dermont
31 Netherlands Bas Schouten[21] S 1–2
Netherlands Junior Strous[21] 1
Netherlands Meindert van Buuren[11] 2
Belgium Stéphane Lémeret[12] 3
France Aurélien Panis[12]
Venezuela Johnny Cecotto PA 4
Italy Alessandro Giovanelli
Am 5–6
Netherlands Bob Herber
32 Belgium Jean-Luc Behets[21] Am 1, 3–4, 6
Belgium Johan Vannerum[21]
Spain Bullitt Racing[22] Mercedes-AMG GT4[22] 33 United Kingdom Andy Meyrick[22] PA All
United Kingdom Stephen Pattrick[22]
66 Russia Oleg Kharuk[23] PA 2–3
Russia Ivan Lukashevich[23]
Germany Alex Lambertz S 4–6
France Romain Monti
France Rédélé Compétition[9] Alpine A110 GT4[9] 35 France Grégoire Demoustier[9] PA 1–5
France Alain Ferté[9]
76 France Laurent Coubard Am 4
France Jean Charles Rédélé
Germany Team GT[9] McLaren 570S GT4[9] 55 Morocco Michaël Benyahia[9] S 1, 3
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg[9]
56 Germany Christian Danner[12] Am 3
Germany Bernhard Laber[12]
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport[24] Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4[24] 61 United Kingdom Fiona James[24] PA 1–3, 5
United Kingdom Tom Wood[24]
S 4, 6
Monaco Micah Stanley
62 United Kingdom Matt Cowley[24] S All
United Kingdom Will Moore[25]
Netherlands V8 Racing[26] Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R[26] 68 Netherlands Oliver Hart S 5
United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison
69 Netherlands Duncan Huisman[26] S 1, 3–4
Netherlands Olivier Hart[26] 1
Netherlands Francesco Pastorelli 3–4
Netherlands Duncan Huisman PA 5
Netherlands Luc Braams
San Marino W & D Racing Team[27] BMW M4 GT4[27] 71 San Marino Paolo Meloni[27] PA All
Italy Massimiliano Tresoldi[27]
Poland eSky WP Racing[12] Maserati GranTurismo MC GT4[12] 77 Poland Łukasz Kręski[12] Am 3
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz[12]
France Team Speedcar[12] Alpine A110 GT4[12] 88 France Robert Consani[12] S 3
France Benjamin Lariche[12]
Austria razoon - more than racing[28] KTM X-Bow GT4[28] 99 Austria Dominik Olbert[28] PA 1–2
Austria Constantin Schöll[28] 1
Austria Laura Kraihamer[11] 2
Turkey Önder Erdem[12] Am 3–4, 6
Austria Dominik Olbert[12]
Germany RN Vision STS[29] BMW M4 GT4[29] 111 Italy Gabriele Piana[29] PA All
Germany Marius Zug[29]
Switzerland Centri Porsche Ticino[12] Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport[12] 718 Switzerland Max Busnelli[12] Am 3
Switzerland Ivan Jacoma[12]
PA 6
Italy Kevin Gilardoni
Icon Class
S Silver Cup
PA Pro-Am Cup
Am Am Cup

Race results

Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Pole position Silver Winners Pro-Am Winners Am Winners
1 R1 Italy Monza Germany No. 55 Team GT Netherlands No. 14 Equipe Verschuur Germany No. 111 RN Vision STS Belgium No. 32 Selleslagh Racing Team
Morocco Michaël Benyahia
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes
United Kingdom Daniel McKay
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum
R2 Netherlands No. 69 V8 Racing Netherlands No. 14 Equipe Verschuur Germany No. 2 Leipert Motorsport Belgium No. 32 Selleslagh Racing Team
Netherlands Olivier Hart
Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes
United Kingdom Daniel McKay
Norway Marcus Påverud
Germany Luca Trefz
Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum
2 R1 United Kingdom Brands Hatch Germany No. 18 PROsport Performance Austria No. 16 True Racing Germany No. 2 Leipert Motorsport France No. 48 CMR
India Akhil Rabindra
Switzerland Florian Thoma
Austria Reinhard Kofler
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser
Norway Marcus Påverud
Germany Luca Trefz
France David Loger
Monaco Eric Mouez
R2 Netherlands No. 14 Equipe Verschuur Germany No. 4 Leipert Motorsport France No. 35 Rédélé Compétition Belgium No. 17 Street Art Racing
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes
United Kingdom Daniel McKay
Poland Jan Kisiel
Netherlands Max Koebolt
France Grégoire Demoustier
France Alain Ferté
Switzerland Pascal Bachmann
Luxembourg Clément Seyler
3 R1 France Paul Ricard United Kingdom No. 44 Generation AMR SuperRacing Netherlands No. 25 MDM Motorsport France No. 35 Rédélé Compétition Germany No. 56 Team GT
United Kingdom Matthew George
United Kingdom James Holder
Netherlands Simon Knap
United States Alex Udell
France Grégoire Demoustier
France Alain Ferté
Germany Christian Danner
Germany Bernhard Laber
R2 Netherlands No. 25 MDM Motorsport Netherlands No. 25 MDM Motorsport San Marino No. 71 W & D Racing Team France No. 48 CMR
Netherlands Simon Knap
United States Alex Udell
Netherlands Simon Knap
United States Alex Udell
San Marino Paolo Meloni
Italy Massimiliano Tresoldi
France David Loger
Monaco Eric Mouez
4 R1 Italy Misano Austria No. 24 Valvoline - True Racing Spain No. 66 Bullitt Racing Germany No. 111 RN Vision STS Belgium No. 32 Selleslagh Racing Team
Germany Phil Hill
Norway Mads Siljehaug
Germany Alex Lambertz
France Romain Monti
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum
R2 Germany No. 4 Leipert Motorsport Germany No. 4 Leipert Motorsport Germany No. 777 Schwede Motorsport Belgium No. 17 Street Art Racing
Poland Jan Kisiel
Netherlands Max Koebolt
Poland Jan Kisiel
Netherlands Max Koebolt
Germany Jan Rehnig
Germany Dominik Schraml
Switzerland Pascal Bachmann
Luxembourg Clément Seyler
5 R1 Netherlands Zandvoort Austria No. 24 Valvoline - True Racing Germany No. 1 Phoenix Racing Germany No. 111 RN Vision STS Belgium No. 31 Selleslagh Racing Team
United States Nicolai Elghanayan
Norway Mads Siljehaug
Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Italy Alessandro Giovanelli
Netherlands Bob Herber
R2 Netherlands No. 14 Equipe Verschuur Netherlands No. 25 MDM Motorsport Germany No. 2 Leipert Motorsport France No. 48 CMR
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes
United Kingdom Daniel McKay
Netherlands Simon Knap
United States Alec Udell
Norway Marcus Påverud
Germany Luca Trefz
France David Loger
Monaco Eric Mouez
6 R1 Germany Nürburgring Netherlands No. 8 Ekris Motorsport Spain No. 66 Bullitt Racing Germany No. 111 RN Vision STS Belgium No. 32 Selleslagh Racing Team
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
United Kingdom Euan McKay
Germany Alex Lambertz
France Romain Monti
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum
R2 Netherlands No. 8 Ekris Motorsport Netherlands No. 8 Ekris Motorsport Germany No. 111 RN Vision STS Belgium No. 32 Selleslagh Racing Team
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
United Kingdom Euan McKay
Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
United Kingdom Euan McKay
Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum

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 MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
ZAN
Netherlands
NÜR
Germany
Points
Silver Cup
1 Netherlands Simon Knap
United States Alec Udell
Netherlands MDM Motorsport 3 Ret 6 11 1 1 3 5 6 1 5 6 156
2 Poland Jan Kisiel
Netherlands Max Koebolt
Germany Leipert Motorsport 5 7 4 1 8 3 4 1 5 4 9 7 156
3 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes
United Kingdom Daniel McKay
Netherlands Equipe Verschuur 1 1 3 6 Ret 2 27 11 4 3 7 3 143
4 Netherlands Ricardo van der Ende
United Kingdom Euan McKay
Netherlands Ekris Motorsport DNS 10 10 5 2 6 6 2 10 2 2 1 141
5 Austria Reinhard Kofler
Switzerland Patric Niederhauser
Austria True Racing Ret 4 1 3 5 4 8 17 Ret 6 3 2 121
6 Switzerland Cédric Freiburghaus
Denmark Nicolaj Møller Madsen
Germany Phoenix Racing 4 3 Ret 2 Ret Ret 5 10 1 5 4 30 108
7 Germany Alex Lambertz
France Romain Monti
Spain Bullitt Racing 1 3 11 Ret 1 18 68
8 India Akhil Rabindra Germany PROsport Performance 13 11 2 9 14 5 Ret 13 10 10 57
9 Switzerland Florian Thoma Germany PROsport Performance 13 11 2 9 14 5 46
10 Netherlands Mark van der Aa
Netherlands Koen Bogaerts
Netherlands MDM Motorsport 8 20 Ret 7 3 10 13 19 9 Ret 16 14 46
11 France Julien Darras
Belgium Jamie Vandenbalck
Belgium Street Art Racing Ret DNS 9 4 4 14 16 8 18 14 17 16 42
12 Norway Mads Siljehaug Austria Valvoline - True Racing Ret Ret 23 18 31 Ret 15 Ret 3 Ret 11 5 30
13 Netherlands Olivier Hart Netherlands V8 Racing 20 13 2 7 26
14 Austria David Griessner Germany PROsport Performance Ret 25 5 17 Ret 12 Ret 13 10 10 23
15 Netherlands Duncan Huisman Netherlands V8 Racing 20 13 30 23 7 4 22
16 Morocco Michaël Benyahia
United Kingdom Charlie Fagg
Germany Team GT 2 Ret 16 21 20
17 Netherlands Francesco Pastorelli Netherlands V8 Racing 30 23 7 4 20
18 Netherlands Bas Schouten Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 27 2 19 28 18
18 Netherlands Junior Strous Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 27 2 18
19 Spain Lluc Ibáñez
Spain Max Llobet
Spain NM Racing Team 16 12 20 12 17 7 13
20 France Jérémy Sarhy Germany PROsport Performance Ret 25 5 17 Ret 12 12
21 Belgium Stéphane Lémeret Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 9 13 11
France CMR 10 28
22 France Pierre-Alexandre Jean France CMR 11 19 Ret DNS Ret Ret 10 28 10
23 Monaco Micah Stanley
United Kingdom Tom Wood
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport Ret 7 Ret 23 8
24 France Aurélien Panis Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 9 13 7
25 France Pierre Sancinéna France CMR 11 19 Ret DNS Ret Ret 6
26 United Kingdom Matt Cowley United Kingdom Academy Motorsport 15 18 18 25 Ret 32 12 18 Ret 19 3
26 United Kingdom Will Moore United Kingdom Academy Motorsport 15 18 18 25 Ret 32 12 18 3
27 Belgium Glenn Van Parijs
Austria Constantin Schöll
Germany Allied-Racing 14 19 2
28 Belgium Guillaume Dumarey
Belgium Jean Glorieux
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 17 16 22 13 20 Ret 1
29 Germany Phil Hill Austria Valvoline - True Racing Ret Ret 23 18 31 Ret 15 Ret 1
Netherlands Meindert van Buuren Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 19 28 0
France Robert Consani
France Benjamin Lariche
France Team Speedcar DNS Ret
Drivers ineligible to score points
United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison Netherlands V8 Racing 2 7
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport Ret 19
United States Nicolai Elghanayan Austria Valvoline - True Racing 3 Ret
Germany Alex Mies
Germany David Ortmann
Germany PROsport Performance 8 4
Austria Eike Angermayer Austria Valvoline - True Racing 11 5
Pro-Am Cup
1 Norway Marcus Påverud
Germany Luca Trefz
Germany Leipert Motorsport 10 5 7 10 13 9 18 9 13 8 12 11 207
2 Italy Gabriele Piana
Germany Marius Zug
Germany RN Vision STS 6 6 8 Ret 10 17 2 DNS 7 11 6 8 199
3 Germany Jan Rehnig
Germany Dominik Schraml
Germany Schwede Motorsport 22 8 17 20 12 Ret 19 6 16 Ret 13 13 103
4 Germany Jan Kasperlik
Austria Nicolas Schöll
Germany Allied-Racing 7 9 32 11 26 12 14 Ret 28 9 95
5 France Grégoire Demoustier
France Alain Ferté
France Rédélé Compétition 14 17 16 8 6 33 20 22 Ret 12 94
6 San Marino Paolo Meloni
Italy Massimiliano Tresoldi
San Marino W & D Racing Team 9 23 13 Ret 11 8 Ret Ret 20 22 76
7 Germany Marc Basseng
Germany Phillip Bethke
Germany Schwede Motorsport Ret Ret 27 24 12 15 11 16 16 13 69
8 Germany Benjamin Mazatis Germany Allied-Racing 18 15 Ret 15 23 26 Ret 24 19 Ret 18 12 59
9 Turkey Ibrahim Okyay Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport 12 24 24 22 Ret 24 9 20 23 Ret 51
10 United Kingdom Fiona James
United Kingdom Tom Wood
United Kingdom Academy Motorsport 25 21 11 14 29 16 Ret Ret 47
11 Switzerland Ivan Jacoma Switzerland Centri Porsche Ticino 7 31 15 17 20
12 Switzerland Niki Leutwiler Germany Allied-Racing 18 15 Ret 15 23 26 31
13 Spain Jorge Cabezas Catalan
Spain Lluc Ibáñez
Spain NM Racing Team Ret Ret 8 Ret 19 27 30
14 Netherlands Duncan Huisman
Netherlands Luc Braams
Netherlands V8 Racing 15 10 28
15 Austria Constantin Schöll Austria razoon - more than racing Ret DSQ 28
Germany Allied-Racing Ret 24 19 Ret 18 12
16 United Kingdom Andy Meyrick
United Kingdom Stephen Pattrick
Spain Bullitt Racing 28 Ret 12 26 Ret 20 24 Ret Ret Ret 27
17 Turkey Cem Bölükbaşı Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport Ret 24 9 20 26
18 Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
Italy Alessandro Giovanelli
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 12 15 22
19 Switzerland Max Busnelli Switzerland Centri Porsche Ticino 7 31 18
20 Belgium Guillaume Dumarey
Belgium Jean Glorieux
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 25 14 14
21 Turkey Levent Kocabıyık Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport 24 22 23 Ret 14
22 Turkey Fatih Ayhan Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport 12 24 11
23 France Soheil Ayari
France Guillaume Roman
France CMR Ret 14 Ret Ret Ret Ret 10
24 United Kingdom Matthew George[N 3]
United Kingdom James Holder[N 3]
United Kingdom Generation AMR SuperRacing 23 DNS 15 16 15 22 10
Russia Oleg Kharuk
Russia Ivan Lukashevich
Spain Bullitt Racing Ret DNS Ret Ret
Austria Dominik Olbert Austria razoon - more than racing Ret DSQ DNS DNS
Austria Laura Kraihamer Austria razoon - more than racing DNS DNS
Drivers ineligible to score points
Netherlands Kay Van Berlo
Belgium Angelique Detavernier
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team DSQ 9
Italy Kevin Gilardoni Switzerland Centri Porsche Ticino 15 17
Am Cup
1 Switzerland Pascal Bachmann
Luxembourg Clément Seyler
Belgium Street Art Racing 24 26 25 21 19 29 17 18 24 19 22 29 202
2 France David Loger
Monaco Eric Mouez
France CMR 26 Ret 21 27 25 18 23 23 22 15 23 28 183
3 Belgium Jean-Luc Behets
Belgium Johan Vannerum
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 19 22 24 27 14 21 21 20 165
4 Netherlands Liesette Braams Netherlands Las Moras by Equipe Verschuur 21 27 26 23 27 28 21 26 25 17 134
5 Netherlands Gaby Uljee Netherlands Las Moras by Equipe Verschuur 26 23 27 28 21 26 25 17 101
6 Italy Alessandro Giovanelli Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 21 16 27 21 71
7 Germany Christian Danner
Germany Bernhard Laber
Germany Team GT 18 19 43
8 Netherlands Luc Braams Netherlands Las Moras by Equipe Verschuur 21 27 33
9 Turkey Önder Erdem
Austria Dominik Olbert
Austria razoon - more than racing 28 Ret 28 27 25 Ret 32
10 Poland Łukasz Kręski
Poland Maciej Marcinkiewicz
Poland eSky WP Racing 22 25 27
11 France Laurent Coubard
France Jean Charles Rédélé
France Rédélé Competition 22 25 24
12 France Michael Blanchemain
France Franck Leherpeur
France IMSA Performance 21 30 21
Drivers ineligible to score points
Netherlands Bob Herber Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team 21 16 27 21
Belgium David Dermont
Belgium Angélique Detavernier
Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team Ret 24
Pos. Driver Team MNZ
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
LEC
France
MIS
Italy
ZAN
Netherlands
NÜR
Germany
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

Only the highest finishing car per team scored points and all other cars entered by that team were invisible as far as scoring points concerned. Only the highest ranked car in its respective category counted towards the championship. Parentheses indicate results that did not count towards the championship. Only two cars can be considered as forming the same team for the Teams' championship. If more than two cars are entered under the same competitor license, the competitor has to nominate the car numbers eligible to score points. Failure to do so will default the eligibility to score points to the two cars with the lowest car numbers. In several occasions full points were not awarded, because it is dependent on the number of teams participating per class.

Pos. Team Manufacturer Points
1 Germany Leipert Motorsport Mercedes-AMG 230
2 Germany RN Vision STS BMW 196
3 Belgium Street Art Racing Aston Martin 189
4 Netherlands (Las Moras by) Equipe Verschuur McLaren 185
5 Netherlands MDM Motorsport BMW 170
6 Netherlands Ekris Motorsport BMW 155
7 Austria (Valvoline -) True Racing KTM 148
8 Germany Schwede Motorsport Mercedes-AMG 146
9 Germany Allied-Racing Porsche 142
10 Belgium Selleslagh Racing Team Mercedes-AMG 132
11 Germany Phoenix Racing Audi 116
12 France Rédélé Compétition Alpine 114
13 Spain Bullitt Racing Mercedes-AMG 109
14 France CMR Alpine 107
15 United Kingdom Academy Motorsport Aston Martin 85
16 Germany PROsport Performance Aston Martin 82
17 San Marino W & D Racing Team BMW 80
18 Germany Team GT McLaren 68
19 Netherlands V8 Racing Chevrolet 66
20 Turkey Borusan Otomotiv Motorsport BMW 66
21 Spain NM Racing Team Ginetta 64
22 Switzerland Centri Porsche Ticino Porsche 41
23 Austria razoon - more than racing KTM 40
24 Poland eSky WP Racing Maserati 30
25 France IMSA Performance Audi 27
26 United Kingdom Generation AMR SuperRacing[N 4] Aston Martin 12
France Team SpeedCar Alpine
Pos. Team Manufacturer Points

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Car No. 11 entered as Las Moras by Equipe Verschuur and car No. 14 entered as Equipe Verschuur.
  2. ^ a b Car No. 16 entered as True Racing and car No. 24 entered as Valvoline - True Racing.
  3. ^ a b Matthew George and James Holder were ineligible to score points at Monza and Brands Hatch, because they entered an older generation Aston Martin Vantage GT4, which was no longer homologated.
  4. ^ Generation AMR SuperRacing were ineligible to score points at Monza and Brands Hatch, because they entered an older generation Aston Martin Vantage GT4, which was no longer homologated.

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