Mercedes-AMG returns to the top as Akkodis ASP finally conquers the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa

Mercedes-AMG returns to the top as Akkodis ASP finally conquers the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa

Mercedes-AMG is celebrating its first TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa victory since 2013 after AMG Team Akkodis ASP won an enthralling 74th edition of the Belgian endurance classic, which was staged in perfect weather conditions from start to finish.

The German marque finished one-two at the biggest GT race in the world as the triumphant Akkodis car was followed across the line by its fellow AMG-aligned entry from the GetSpeed squad.

Jules Gounon, #88 AMG Team Akkodis ASP Mercedes-AMG: “The emotion is pretty amazing. Last year was very difficult for us, but we knew we had the car for it, but it was heart-breaking when we had the mechanical failure. But I was lucky enough to win this race when I was 22 and at the time I didn’t realise quite how tough it was to win this race. Then coming here in years since and not winning it you see the challenge and you know that winning here is something very special. I think to win this race you need everything; the team-mates, the team, the car… everything to succeed. I think it was just our day today.”

Iron Lynx finished third with the #71 Ferrari, a fine result following its overall win 12 months ago.

Victory in the race had become something of an obsession for Jerome Policand and his Akkodis ASP crew, particularly after falling short from pole position in 2020 and 2021. Such was Policand’s desire to lift the winners’ trophy, he assembled the all-star line-up of Raffaele Marciello, Jules Gounon and Dani Juncadella, one of the strongest crews in global GT racing, to bolster the Spa assault.

The #88 Mercedes-AMG started the race from pole yet again but was relegated to second almost immediately as Klaus Bachler blasted past in the #54 Dinamic Motorsport Porsche. The Austrian driver remained out front for the opening stint, though this team’s race would ultimately end during the night.

The Akkodis ASP car was at the sharp end throughout the first half of proceedings, running third at the six and 12-hour marks to bank important championship points. Unlike recent editions, the car continued to circulate without significant problems and was still firmly in contention as the sun rose over Spa-Francorchamps.

The #98 ROWE Racing BMW led at both points-paying junctures. The crew of Nick Catsburg, Augusto Farfus and Nick Yelloly moved to the front through strategy and then displayed impressive pace at the head of the field. Indeed, the new M4 GT3 appeared to be the fastest car on the track in cold conditions, bringing sister #50 car into contention as well.

The #47 KCMG Porsche had also emerged as a serious contender for the win by the morning, despite starting from the back of the grid following a brake issue in qualifying. The Hong Kong squad’s remarkable rise gathered pace as the morning progressed, with Nick Tandy putting a move on Davide Rigon (#71 Iron Lynx Ferrari) at around 7am to capture the lead.

At a phase of the race where the contenders usually drop away and a handful of clear favourites emerge, this year’s edition grew more complicated as the morning progressed. The #98 BMW was still out front at the 16-hour mark after Yelloly pressured Marciello into a mistake and snatched the advantage on the run to Blanchimont. 

The #88 Akkodis ASP car encountered its only serious drama during the 20th hour when it was spun around at the Bus Stop by the #93 Sky Tempesta Racing Mercedes-AMG driven by Jonathan Hui. The latter clipped Gounon while attempting to duck into the pits, later receiving a penalty for the error.

At this stage the contest was still impossible to call, with varying pit strategies ensuring that there was no obvious leader. As well as the #88 Mercedes-AMG, the #47 Porsche, the #98 BMW, the #71 Ferrari and the #95 Beechdean AMR Aston Martin were also part of the lead pack.

The latter was involved in one of the most dramatic moments of the race after Gounon caught Nicki Thiim in the #95 Aston Martin and went side-by-side through Eau Rouge. The Frenchman appeared to have edged ahead into Raidillon, but Thiim kept his foot in and made minor contact with the side of the Mercedes-AMG, sending the Aston pirouetting across the run-off and back across the track. After stepping out of the car, the Dane said that at such a late stage in the race he simply could not lift.

As one contender departed another entered. AMG Team GetSpeed had run quietly, but by optimising its maximum stint lengths the #2 Mercedes-AMG became a serious challenger for the win. With the event moving into its final two hours the contest appeared to be narrowing to a three-car battle, but there was heartbreak for the ROWE squad when Nick Yelloly picked up a puncture. The British driver limped back to the pits and, while the car was able to continue, its hopes of victory had been dashed.

And then there were two. But having moved into the lead battle through strategy, the #2 AMG Team GetSpeed car did not really have the pace to fight Akkodis ASP. On fresher tyres, Marciello cruised up on finishing driver Luca Stolz and made an attempt into La Source. The pair went side by side, but the GetSpeed car squeezed the #88 and Marciello bounced across the gravel, an incident that Stolz later apologised for.

Despite losing significant time the Akkodis car was able to get another run on the very next lap. There was no drama this time, with the Swiss driver taking the position. Pit sequence meant that the #55 AMG Team GruppeM led until 30 minutes from the end, but the Akkodis crew had done enough to put the result beyond doubt. Once the #55 had taken its stop Marciello was clear to the finish, ultimately taking the chequered flag by 31 seconds.

AMG Team GetSpeed made it a Mercedes-AMG one-two, while the Iron Lynx squad completed the podium with its #71 crew of Davide Rigon, Antonio Fuoco and Daniel Serra. The fastest car in the build-up to the main event, the car was never a serious contender for the win after a drive-through penalty for a safety car infringement during the morning. Nevertheless, it had the pace to stay among the leading group, while Fuoco could unleash a little extra speed during the closing stages as Maro Engel chased him down in the #55 Mercedes-AMG.

Engel had passed Dan Harper in the #50 ROWE Racing BMW, which finished fifth to give the junior line-up a superb result in its maiden run at Spa. The sister BMW was next, followed by the #47 KCMG Porsche and the #38 JOTA McLaren, which once again ran with metronomic pace to earn a strong result in the Ardennes. The #51 Iron Lynx Ferrari and the #95 Beechdean AMR Aston Martin completed the top-10.

Silver Cup honours went to the #30 Team WRT Audi after a tough contest that saw a number of contenders fall by the wayside. Al Manar Racing by HRT dominated the early stages, running as high as sixth overall with Fabian Schiller at the wheel of its #777 Mercedes-AMG, but was eliminated by a crash at the start of a full-course yellow period.

Tresor by Car Collection was the next to take the lead, but its #11 Audi found itself in the barriers just before the seven-hour mark. Haupt Racing Team assumed control through the night, but its Mercedes-AMG expired during the morning. This made the race into a battle between the #30 Team WRT Audi, the #99 Attempto Racing Audi and the #14 Emil Frey Racing Lamborghini.

The latter was a dark horse due to its off-sequence pit strategy, but its chances were ended by a dramatic puncture with 45 minutes left on the clock. This left the two Audi squads to run to the finish, the Team WRT crew of Thomas Neubauer, Benji Goethe and Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer taking a deserved class win. After handling the closing stages, Neubauer was overcome with emotion after the chequered flag.

Iron Dames secured a resounding and immensely popular Gold Cup win. The first all-female crew of the GT era ran without encountering major problems during the early stages and then cycled to the front of the class order during the night. The #83 Ferrari held the lead at 11 hours and was not challenged thereafter, holding a two-lap advantage throughout the second half of the race.

As such Rahel Frey, Sarah Bovy, Michelle Gatting and Doriane Pin could effectively cruise to the end, with only technical problems or complacency able to stop them. They suffered from neither, taking the chequered flag three laps clear of the competition.   

Sarah Bovy, #83 Iron Dames Ferrari: “It’s amazing. I was Doriane’s age the first time I did this race. 15 years later I’m so proud to be back here with this amazing team, and you know, my team-mates. Our whole crew did such a brilliant job over the whole week. Every single decision that was taken by the engineers was great and everything went smooth. We couldn’t dream of a better race and we fought hard, right until the last lap. I’m just so happy that I can live this with my friends and family here. It’s fantastic.”

Rahel Frey, #83 Iron Dames Ferrari: “This feels like a big result historically. It’s a very good sign and a very good message to send out. We want to motivate more girls to come and achieve the same, to encourage them to join us within the motorsport world. We drive in pink suits in a pink car and this is just underlining the message we want to spread about getting females involved in motorsport. But as Sarah said, it was a tough race and we keep fighting as hopefully more successes can follow this.”

Doriane Pin, #83 Iron Dames Ferrari: “It was just amazing. The race was incredible and so emotional. We did an amazing job and made no mistakes and had good pace. I also got to do my first stint in the night and it was just an amazing job from my team-mates and the team. I want to cry every second right now…”

Michelle Gatting, #83 Iron Dames Ferrari: “I struggled with a few track limits, and I think I was probably the only one on the team getting the warning – I got two, which was actually quite impressive for a 24-hour race. But in the end leading by two laps of advantage meant it wasn’t too bad getting those warnings. But as the others have said we are so proud of this. It’s actually a little bit difficult to believe we are here and have stood on the top of the podium. When the week started and after qualifying the pace was not really as we expected. Honestly, I didn’t expect we would win this specific race. This race is one of the ones I feared most in my career, but also one that I always wanted to do. Now we did it for the first time as Iron Dames and we won it as Iron Dames on our first try. We’ve set the bar quite high because of this, but we’ll use it as motivation to keep achieving for the rest of this project.”

The battle for Pro-Am honours began in relatively calm fashion, but there was plenty of drama on Sunday morning. The #52 AF Corse Ferrari emerged at the head of the pack, clinching the team’s sixth class win since 2011 and a third for stalwart drivers Louis Machiels and Andrea Bertolini. The #24 Herberth Motorsport Porsche led early on, making significant progress with Belgian ace Alessio Picariello at the wheel, but disaster struck during the 18th hour.

When the race went back to green after a safety car the #24 was amid a gaggle of cars, including the Pro class #19 Emil Frey Racing Lamborghini. Arthur Rougier went up the inside of Niki Leutwiler and there was contact between the pair, sending the Porsche spinning into the gravel. It was removed by a safety vehicle, but retired soon after when its left-rear wheel became detached.

This promoted Garage 59 back to top spot, but there was another change shortly after when Andrea Bertolini made a pass on Miguel Ramos, elevating the #52 AF Corse Ferrari to the class lead. The race was finely poised until contact between the Garage 59 machine and the #93 Sky Tempesta Racing Ferrari fired Ramos into the barrier, destroying the front end of the McLaren and necessitating a lengthy repair.

This gave AF Corse a three-lap advantage at the head of the field and, like fellow Ferrari squad Iron Dames, they made the most of it. Machiels and Bertolini were joined in the #52 Ferrari by Stefano Costantini and Alessio Rovera, the latter recording the outright fastest lap of the race and setting a new GT3 era record in the process.

The Bronze Cup battle was proof that you only need two cars to make a motor race. The #20 SPS automotive performance Mercedes-AMG and the #35 Walkenhorst Motorsport BMW remained together for the majority of the 24 Hours, often split by only a few seconds and swapping places on a number of occasions. Ultimately it was a small mistake the decided the race: an off-track excursion damaged the floor of the BMW, sending it into the pits for repairs. This allowed the #20 Mercedes-AMG to capture the win with its crew of George Kurtz, Reema Juffali, Valentin Pierburg and Tim Müller.

Tim Müller, #20 SPS automotive performance Mercedes-AMG: “It’s hard because it is a different level. Also, you do your race and win your race, on the other hand you have professional race drivers around you, so you have to find out a way to manage all this. I’m proud to be in this team and proud that we have a lady in our team and I’m looking forward to working with more ladies with such performance.” By Melissa Warren

Race results

1 88 Marciello/Juncadella/Gounon AMG Team AKKODIS ASP 536 24:00:36.729 156.2 267 2:17.951 182.7 PRO Mercedes-AMG GT3 Team AKKA ASP

2 2 Stolz/Schothorst/Götz AMG Team GetSpeed 536 24:01:07.769 31.040 156.2 289 2:18.427 182.1

PRO Mercedes-AMG GT3 GetSpeed Performance

3 71 Fuoco/Serra/Rigon Iron Lynx 536 24:01:23.655 46.926 156.2 289 2:18.029 182.6

PRO Ferrari 488 GT3 Iron Lynx

4 55 Engel/Buhk/Grenier AMG Team GruppeM Racing 536 24:01:25.159 48.430 156.2 305 2:18.160 182.5 PRO Mercedes-AMG GT3 AMG Team GruppeM Racing

5 50 Harper/Verhagen/Hesse Rowe Racing 536 24:01:37.995 1:01.266 156.1 524 2:18.502 182.0

PRO BMW M4 GT3 Rowe Racing

6 98 Catsburg/Farfus/Yelloly Rowe Racing 536 24:01:45.735 1:09.006 156.1 385 2:18.025 182.6

PRO BMW M4 GT3 Rowe Racing

7 47 Olsen/Tandy/Vanthoor KCMG 536 24:01:50.138 1:13.409 156.1 306 2:18.037 182.6

PRO Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) KCMG

8 38 Kirchhöfer/Wilkinson/Bell Jota 536 24:02:50.273 2:13.544 156.0 321 2:18.636 181.8

PRO McLaren 720S GT3 Jota Sport

9 51 Molina/Calado/Nielsen Iron Lynx 535 24:01:32.589 1 LAP 155.8 326 2:17.763 183.0

PRO Ferrari 488 GT3 Iron Lynx

10 95 Martin/Sorensen/Thiim Beechdean AMR 534 24:00:45.022 2LAPS 155.6 287 2:18.274 182.3

PRO Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 Beechdean AMR

11 6 Pepper/Caldarelli/Mapelli Orange1 KPAX Racing 534 24:01:35.336 2LAPS 155.6 284 2:18.576 181.9 PRO Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo K-Pax Racing

12 66 Feller/Winkelhock/Marschall Audi Sport Team Attempto 534 24:01:59.248 2LAPS 155.5 336 2:18.192 182.4 PRO Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Attempto Racing

13 30 Simmenauer/Goethe/Neubauer Team WRT 533 24:00:50.034 3LAPS 155.3 276 2:19.099 181.2

Silver Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Team WRT

14 19 Roussel/Rougier/Altoe Emil Frey Racing 533 24:01:57.416 3LAPS 155.2 169 2:18.750 181.7

PRO Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Emil Frey Racing

15 99 Zug/Puhakka/Schöll/Aka Attempto Racing 533 24:02:12.698 3LAPS 155.2 318 2:19.101 181.2

Silver Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Attempto Racing

16 14 Tujula/White/Lappalainen Emil Frey Racing 532 24:02:16.443 4LAPS 154.9 264 2:19.111 181.2

Silver Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Emil Frey Racing

17 46 Rossi/Vervisch/Müller Audi Sport Team WRT 531 24:01:55.172 5LAPS 154.7 347 2:19.281 181.0 PRO Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Team WRT

18 83 Pin/Frey/Bovy/Gatting Iron Dames 531 24:01:55.890 5LAPS 154.7 317 2:19.193 181.1

Gold Ferrari 488 GT3 Iron Dames

19 25 Mies/Legeret/Niederhauser Audi Sport Team Sainteloc Racing 531 24:02:00.138 5LAPS 154.6 285 2:18.055 182.6 PRO Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Sainteloc Junior Team

20 52 Costantini/Machiels/Bertolini/Rovera AF Corse 530 24:03:28.037 6LAPS 154.3 285 2:17.480 183.4 PAM Ferrari 488 GT3 AF Corse SRL

21 163 Moulin/Michelotto/Paverud/Dörrbecker VSR 529 24:02:12.138 7LAPS 154.1 301 2:19.250 181.0 Silver Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Vincenzo Sospiri Racing srl

22 74 Nasr/Campbell/Jaminet EMA Motorsport 529 24:02:17.494 7LAPS 154.0 322 2:18.144 182.5

PRO Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) EMA Motorsport

23 90 Walkinshaw/Tunjo/Kujala/Perez Companc Madpanda Motorsport 528 24:00:56.287 8LAPS 153.9 334 2:18.872 181.5 Silver Mercedes-AMG GT3 Madpanda Motorsport

24 33 Robin/Tomita/De Pauw/Robin Team WRT 528 24:01:22.052 8LAPS 153.8 279 2:19.376 180.9

Gold Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Team WRT

25 56 Nakken/Calamia/Roda/Pedersen Dinamic Motorsport 527 24:00:44.008 9LAPS 153.6 225 2:19.170 181.1 Silver Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Dinamic Motorsport SRL

26 93 Hui/Spinelli/Froggatt/Cheever SKY – Tempesta Racing 527 24:00:58.955 9LAPS 153.6 121 2:18.979 181.4 Gold Mercedes-AMG GT3 SKY – Tempesta Racing

27 7 Iribe/Priaulx/Millroy/Schandorff Inception Racing 527 24:01:04.069 9LAPS 153.6 409 2:18.970 181.4 Gold McLaren 720S GT3 Inception Racing

28 75 Baumann/Konrad/Habul/Ellis SunEnergy1- by SPS 527 24:02:09.386 9LAPS 153.5 260 2:19.092 181.2 PAM Mercedes-AMG GT3 SPS automotive performance

29 22 Fischli/Matthiesen/Andronaco/Sturm Allied Racing 526 24:00:54.996 10LAPS 153.3 189 2:19.135 181.2 Silver Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Allied Racing GmbH

30 39 Bhirombhakdi/Hamon/Sathienthirakul/Bamber Singha Racing Team TP 12 526 24:01:02.978 10LAPS 153.3 299 2:18.956 181.4 PAM Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Singha Racing Team TP 12

31 44 Assenheimer/Blanchemain/Blom/Pla GetSpeed 524 24:01:58.433 12LAPS 152.6 164 2:18.764 181.7 Gold Mercedes-AMG GT3 GetSpeed Performance

32 8 Gomar/del Sarte/Cabirou/Parisy AGS Events 522 24:02:33.663 14LAPS 152.0 282 2:20.565 179.3

Gold Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Loris Cabirou

33 21 Delacour/Sbirrazzuoli/Balzan/Perel AF Corse 519 24:02:33.339 17LAPS 151.1 349 2:19.208 181.1 Gold Ferrari 488 GT3 AF Corse SRL

34 20 Müller/Kurtz/Pierburg/Juffali SPS automotive performance 514 24:01:20.457 22LAPS 149.8 294 2:21.941 177.6 BronzeMercedes-AMG GT3 SPS automotive performance

35 563 Basz/Beretta/Hites/Nemoto VSR 514 24:02:36.411 22LAPS 149.6 318 2:19.279 181.0

Silver Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Vincenzo Sospiri Racing srl

36 28 Tan/Oosten/Wittmer/Gottsacker Samantha Tan Racing 510 24:02:05.773 26LAPS 148.5 267 2:19.688 180.5 Silver BMW M4 GT3 ST Racing

37 35 Walkenhorst/Breuer/Young/Oeverhaus Walkenhorst Motorsport 509 24:02:23.867 27LAPS 148.2 264 2:19.458 180.8 BronzeBMW M4 GT3 Walkenhorst Motorsport

38 23 Gunn/Riberas/Eastwood Heart of Racing with TF Sport 497 24:00:37.516 39LAPS 144.9 273 2:19.130 181.2 PRO Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 TF SPORT

39 31 Menchaca/Proctor/Hutchison Team WRT 497 24:01:05.918 39LAPS 144.8 297 2:19.537 180.7

Silver Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Team WRT

40 57 Liebhauser/Ward/Ferrari/Auer Winward Racing 429 20:10:39.260 107LAPS 148.8 302 2:18.775 181.6 Gold Mercedes-AMG GT3 Winward Racing LLC

41 188 West/Ramos/Macdonald/Chaves Garage 59 394 18:07:35.497 142LAPS 152.1 233 2:18.589 181.9 PAM McLaren 720S GT3 Garage 59

42 34 Dinan/Foley/Heistand/Klingmann Walkenhorst Motorsport 392 18:28:58.674 144LAPS 148.4 286 2:18.225 182.4 Gold BMW M4 GT3 Walkenhorst Motorsport

43 24 Aust/Leutwiler/Menzel/Picariello Herberth Motorsport 382 17:41:47.941 154LAPS 151.1 168 2:18.193 182.4 PAM Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Herberth Motorsport

Not classified

100 Andlauer/Dienst/Müller Toksport WRT 374 17:13:29.259 162LAPS 151.9 31 2:19.096 181.2

PRO Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Toksport WRT

87 Stevenson/Mosca/Drouet AKKODIS ASP Team 367 17:50:44.203 169LAPS 143.9 231 2:19.005 181.3 Silver Mercedes-AMG GT3 Team AKKA ASP

4 Fittje/Love/Valente/Bird Haupt Racing Team 333 15:20:54.665 203LAPS 151.8 290 2:19.538 180.6

Silver Mercedes-AMG GT3 Haupt Racing Team

77 Al Harthy/de Haan/MacDowall/Mitchell Barwell Motorsport 333 15:32:33.731 203LAPS 149.9 261 2:18.986 181.4 Gold Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Barwell Motorsport

32 Vanthoor/van der Linde/Weerts Audi Sport Team WRT 293 13:30:42.500 243LAPS 151.7 276 2:18.981 181.4 PRO Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Team WRT

27 Weering/Tutumlu Lopez/Cooke/Leitch Leipert Motorsport 262 12:42:46.011 274LAPS 144.2 207 2:20.425 179.5 Silver Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Leipert Motorsport

5 Piana/Scholze/Haupt/Maini Haupt Racing Team 256 11:55:08.317 280LAPS 150.3 120 2:19.479 180.7 Gold Mercedes-AMG GT3 Haupt Racing Team

159 Baldwin/Maldonado/Simioni/Kjaergaard Garage 59 227 10:50:19.002 309LAPS 146.5 205 2:19.272 181.0 Silver McLaren 720S GT3 Garage 59

221 Lietz/Christensen/Estre GPX Martini Racing 221 10:23:00.035 315LAPS 148.8 30 2:18.789 181.6

PRO Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) GPX Racing

16 de Silva/Grove/Grove/Payne Earl Bamber Motorsport 206 9:14:54.274 330LAPS 155.9 122 2:21.033 178.7 PAM Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) EBM Giga Racing

3 Kingsley/Eriksen/Baud GetSpeed 199 9:23:12.948 337LAPS 148.3 27 2:20.024 180.0

Silver Mercedes-AMG GT3 GetSpeed Performance

911 Bohn/Renauer/Renauer Herberth Motorsport 192 8:30:50.544 344LAPS 157.8 30 2:19.630 180.5

Gold Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Herberth Motorsport

63 Costa/Bortolotti/Aitken Emil Frey Racing 190 8:15:46.016 346LAPS 160.8 3 2:18.912 181.5

PRO Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo Emil Frey Racing

107 Bailly/Lemeret/Borga/Soulet CMR 187 9:14:51.371 349LAPS 141.4 137 2:19.902 180.2

Gold Bentley Continental GT3 CHAB Evolution

54 Bachler/Ledogar/Preining Dinamic Motorsport 176 7:35:23.204 360LAPS 162.2 5 2:18.974 181.4

PRO Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Dinamic Motorsport SRL

11 Di Amato/Patrese/di Folco/Jean Tresor by Car Collection 162 6:55:04.170 374LAPS 163.8 159 2:19.554 180.6 Silver Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Tresor by Car Collection

10 Ojjeh/Lessennes/Leclerc/Eteki Boutsen Racing 153 7:13:01.395 383LAPS 148.2 110 2:19.907 180.2 Gold Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Boutsen Racing

9 Au/Tse/Pereira/Evans Herberth Motorsport 100 6:36:18.345 436LAPS 105.5 30 2:19.742 180.4

PAM Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Herberth Motorsport

12 Ghiotto/Haase/Drudi Audi Sport Team Tresor 92 4:14:23.732 444LAPS 151.5 49 2:18.724 181.7

PRO Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Tresor by Car Collection

777 Al Zubair/Jefferies/Morad/Schiller Al Manar Racing by HRT 58 2:31:42.377 478LAPS 160.0 3 2:19.448 180.8 Silver Mercedes-AMG GT3 Al Manar Racing by HRT

97 Pittard/Fagg/Nouet/de Angelis Beechdean AMR 57 2:28:27.543 479LAPS 160.9 29 2:20.980 178.8

Silver Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 Beechdean AMR

91 Malykhin/Apotheloz/Latorre/Güven Allied Racing 57 2:31:22.502 479LAPS 157.8 33 2:21.279 178.4 Gold Porsche 911 GT3-R (991.II) Allied Racing GmbH

26 Panis/Gazeau/Magnus/Baert Sainteloc Junior Team 38 1:32:18.895 498LAPS 172.6 28 2:19.667 180.5 Silver Audi R8 LMS evo II GT3 Sainteloc Junior Team

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