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The Spa 24 Hours: Winners In The GT Era In Pictures

From 2001 to 2019

Whilst the Spa 24 Hours is a race with a huge history, the inaugural race took place in 1924, for much of its history, it was a race for touring cars (albeit with GT cars often involved.

From 2001 though it transferred to being a purely GT race with the Royal Automobile Club of Belgium partnering with SRO.

Here then are the 19 winners so far of the race in that era, with GT1, GT2 and GT3 machines on the winning roster so far, from eight different manufacturers.

2001 – Larbre Competition – Chrysler Viper GTS-R – Marc Duez, Christophe Bouchut, Jean-Philippe Belloc
2002 – Larbre Competition – Chrysler Viper GTS-R Christophe Bouchut, Sebastien Bourdais, David Terrien, Vincent Vosse
2003 – Freisinger Motorsport – Porsche 911 GT3 RS – Romain Dumas, Marc Lieb, Stephane Ortelli
2004 – BMS Scuderia Italia – Ferrari 550 Maranello – Lilian Bryner, Enzo Calderari, Luca Capellari, Fabrizio Gollin
2005 – Vitaphone Racing – Maserati MC12 – Michael Bartels, Timo Scheider, Eric van de Poele
2006 – Vitaphone Racing Team – Maserati MC12 – Michael Bartels, Andrea Bertolini, Eric van de Poele
2007 – Carsport Holland/ Phoenix Racing – Chevrolet Corvette C6.R GT1 – Jean-Denis Deletraz, Marcel Fässler, Fabrizio Gollin, Mike Hezemans
2008 – Vitaphone Racing Team – Maserati MC12 – Michael Bartels, Andrea Bertolini, Stephane Sarrazin, Eric van de Poele
2009 – Peka Racing/ PK Carsport – Chevrolet Corvette C6.R GT1 – Mike Hezemans, Anthony Kumpen, Jos Menten, Kurt Mollekens
2010 – BMS Scuderia Italia – Porsche 997 GT3 RSR – Jörg Bergmeister, Romain Dumas, Wolf henzler, Martin Ragginger
2011- Audi Sport Team WRT – Audi R8 LMS – Mattias Ekstrom, Greg Franchi, Timo Scheider
2012 – Audi Sport Performance Team – Audi R8 LMS ultra – Andrea Piccini, René Rast, Frank Stippler
2013 – HTP Motorsport – Mercedes Benz SLS AMG GT3 – Maximillian Buhk, Maximillian Götz, Bernd Schneider
2014 – Belgian Audi Club Team WRT – Audi R8 LMS ultra – René Rast, Laurens Vanthoor, Markus Winkelhock
2015 – BMW Sports Trophy Team Marc VDS – BMW Z4 GT3 – Nick Catsburg, Lucas Luhr, Markus Palttala
2016 – ROWE Racing – BMW M6 GT3 – Philipp Eng, Maxime Martin, Alexander Sims
2017 – Audi Sport Team Sainteloc – Audi R8 LMS – Jules Gounon, Christopher Haase, Markus Winkelhock
2018 – Walkenhorst Racing – BMW M6 GT3 – Tom Blomqvist, Philipp Eng, Christian Krognes
2019 – GPX Racing – Porsche 911 GT3 R – Michael Christensen, Kevin Estre, Richard Lietz