Weerts and Vanthoor win the GT World Challenge Sprint Cup; Rossi, 12th in Cheste


Belgian pilots Charles Weerts and Dries Vanthoor (Audi) was revealed champions of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit after the WRT Audi drivers finished third in the first race, where the former motorcyclist Valentino Rossi (Audi) and his partner Fréderic Vervish finished in twelfth place.

Weerts and Vanthoor finished third on the podium but their main rivals, Timur Boguslavsky and Raffaele Marciello (Mercedes), they were only eighth which mathematically gave them the title.

Victory was for the French Pierre Alexandre Jean and the Belgians Ulysses de Pauw (Ferrari), ahead of Frenchman Simon Gachet and German Christopher Haase (Audi).

The Ricardo Tormo Circuit also held today the first races of the weekend for GT2, the French Formula 4 and the French Porsche Carrera Cup, as well as the Volrace, a concentration of more than 600 personalized cars presented in the facilities of chest

In GT2, the team formed by Stiens Longin and Nicolas Saelens (Audi) won the first race, followed by Stephane Ratel and Luca Pirri (Audi) and the last place on the podium was occupied by Peter Guelinckx and Bert Login (Audi) .

As for the French Formula 4, the victory of the first race went to the Australian Hugh Barter, followed by the Frenchman Alessandro Giusti and the Japanese Souta Arao, in a very complete race. Second went to Frenchman Enzo Peugeot with Colombian Jerónimo Berrio second and Frenchman Elliott Vayron third after a race marked by the withdrawal of three safety cars.

And in the first race of the French Porsche Carrera Cup, Dorian Boccolacci finished first, followed by Marvin Klein and Bastian Buus.

Source: La Verdad


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