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2019 GT4 South European Series

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2019 GT4 South European Series
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The 2019 GT4 South European Series was the first season of the GT4 South European Series, a sports car championship created and organised by Iberian-based promoter Race Ready and supported by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO). The season began on 20 April in Nogaro and ended on 24 November at Circuito do Estoril.[1]

Calendar

The competition will consist in 5 weekends with 2 races each, and a non championship race, the Vila Real International Cup.

Round Circuit Date Supporting
1 France Circuit Paul Armagnac, Nogaro, France 20–22 April Coupes de Pâques
2 Spain Circuito del Jarama, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Spain 15–16 June Jarama Classic
Portugal Circuito de Vila Real, Vila Real, Portugal 5–7 July Vila Real International Cup (non championship race)
3 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló, Spain 30 August–1 September 24H Barcelona
4 Portugal Algarve International Circuit, Portimão, Portugal 25–27 October ELMS
5 Portugal Circuito do Estoril, Estoril, Portugal 23–24 November Estoril Racing Festival

Entry List

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Spain E2P[2] Ginetta G50 GT4 7 Spain Javier Escobar[2] GTC 2
8 Greece Kosta Kanaroglou[2] GTC 2
France Team Speed Car[3] Alpine A110 GT4 8 France Roberto Consani[3] PA 1
France Benjamin Lariche[3]
Spain Deyscom Sport[2] Ginetta G55 GT4 9 Spain Alex Arbesu[2] Am 2
France Saintéloc Racing[3] Audi R8 LMS GT4 14 France Eric Debard[3] PA 1
France Simon Gachet[3]
21 France Anthony Beltoise[3] PA 1
France Olivier Esteves[3]
42 France Grégory Guilvert[3] PA 1
France Fabien Michal[3]
United Kingdom Tockwith Motorsport[3] Ginetta G50 GT4 15 United Kingdom Marmaduke Hall[2] GTC 2
United Kingdom Edward Moore[2]
115 United Kingdom Marmaduke Hall[3] GTC 1
United Kingdom Edward Moore[3]
France ABM Grand Prix[3] Ginetta G55 GT4 23 France Pierre-André Nicolas[3] PA 1
France Christophe Vernet[3]
Portugal César Machado[2] 2
Portugal Mariano Pires[2]
Spain Plemar Sport[2] Ginetta G50 GT4 77 Spain Lorenzo López[2] GTC 2
Spain Juan Reina Martin[2]
Portugal Veloso Motorsport[3] Mercedes-AMG GT4 88 Portugal Francisco Abreu[2] PA 2
Portugal Miguel Cristovão[2]
188 Portugal Francisco Abreu[3] PA 1
Portugal Miguel Cristovão[3]
Poland Team Virage[2] Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 94 Austria Jon Aizpurua[2] PA 2
United States Nicholas Silva[2]
95 United Kingdom C.O. Jones[2] Am 2
Portugal Peter Peters[2]
Spain 2TYM Racing[2] KTM X-Bow Super Light 110 Spain José Martinez Bueno[2] GTC 2
Spain Miguel Fernandez Yuste[2]
Spain NM Racing Team[2] Ginetta G55 GT4 215 Spain Jorge Cabezas[2] Am 2
Spain Alberto de Marín[2]
France Mirage Racing[3] Alpine A110 GT4 616 France Axel Van Straaten[3] Am 1
France Rémi Van Straaten[3]
919 France Vincent Beltoise[3] PA 1
France Benoit Lison[3]
Entry Lists:[3][2]
Icon Class
PA Pro-Am Class
Am Am Class
GTC GT Cup

Race results

Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Pole position Pro-Am Winners Am Winners GTC Winners
1 R1 France Nogaro France No. 42 Saintéloc Racing France No. 42 Saintéloc Racing France No. 616 Mirage Racing No Finishers
France Grégory Guilvert
France Fabien Michal
France Grégory Guilvert
France Fabien Michal
France Axel Van Straaten
France Rémi Van Straaten
R2 France No. 42 Saintéloc Racing France No. 42 Saintéloc Racing France No. 616 Mirage Racing United Kingdom No. 115 Tockwith Motorsport
France Grégory Guilvert
France Fabien Michal
France Grégory Guilvert
France Fabien Michal
France Axel Van Straaten
France Rémi Van Straaten
United Kingdom Marmaduke Hall
United Kingdom Edward Moore
2 R1 Spain Jarama France No. 23 ABM Grand Prix France No. 23 ABM Grand Prix Spain No. 215 NM Racing Team United Kingdom No. 15 Tockwith Motorsport
Portugal César Machado
Portugal Mariano Pires
Portugal César Machado
Portugal Mariano Pires
Spain Jorge Cabezas
Spain Alberto de Marín
United Kingdom Marmaduke Hall
United Kingdom Edward Moore
R2 Poland No. 94 Team Virage Portugal No. 88 Veloso Motorsport Spain No. 215 NM Racing Team Spain No. 7 E2P
Austria Jon Aizpurua
United States Nicholas Silva
Portugal Francisco Abreu
Portugal Miguel Cristovão
Spain Jorge Cabezas
Spain Alberto de Marín
Spain Javier Escobar
N/C Portugal Vila Real
3 R1 Spain Barcelona-Catalunya
R2
4 R1 Portugal Portimão
R2
5 R1 Portugal Estoril
R2

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 NOG
France
JAR
Spain
VIL
Portugal
BAR
Spain
POR
Portugal
EST
Portugal
Points
Pro-Am Cup
Am Cup
GTC
Pos. Driver Team NOG
France
JAR
Spain
VIL
Portugal
BAR
Spain
POR
Portugal
EST
Portugal
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

Teams' championship

Pos. Team Manufacturer Points
1 Portugal Veloso Motorsport Mercedes-AMG 47
2 France Mirage Racing Alpine 33
3 France ABM Grand Prix Ginetta 32
4 Spain E2P Ginetta 27
5 France Saintéloc Racing Audi 24
6 United Kingdom Tockwith Motorsport Ginetta 23
7 Spain Plemar Sport Ginetta 22
8 Spain NM Racing Team Ginetta 20
9 France Team Speed Car Alpine 18
10 Poland Team Virage Aston Martin 16
Entries ineligible to score points
Spain Deyscom Sport Ginetta
Spain 2TYM Racing KTM
Pos. Team Manufacturer Points

See also

Notes

References

  1. ^ "Race Ready and SRO launch GT4 South European Series" (in Portuguese). Autosport. 12 December 2018. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "GT4 South European Series Provisional Entry List - Jarama" (PDF). ffsagt.gt4south.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 13 June 2019. Retrieved 2 July 2019.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y "GT4 South European Series Final Entry List - Nogaro" (PDF). ffsagt.gt4south.com. SRO Motorsports Group. 29 April 2019. Retrieved 2 July 2019.

External links

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