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Looking Back At The Weekend’s Action

Reports, results and video highlights

Here’s a handy one-stop shop for anyone looking to catch top with the weekend’s action – where available highlight video clips are included – NB some of these are not voiced in English.

ADAC GT Masters: Lausitzring

Races 1 & 2 Reports >>

British GT Championship: Oulton Park

Race 1 Report >>

Race 2 Report >>

International GT Open: Red Bull Ring

Race 1 Report >>

Race 2 Report >>

IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship: Laguna Seca

Race Report >>

Michelin Pilot Challenge: Laguna Seca

Race Report >>

Nurburgring Endurance Series: NLS 7

Race Report >>

Super GT: Sugo

Race Report >>

Other Weekend Action

Trans-Am: Watkins Glen

Chris Dyson took a pair of wins at Watkins Glen in his mighty Mustang to extend a Championship lead 20 years after his Pro racing debut at the same venue.

Championship rival Ernie Francis Jr had a horrible weekend with reliability issues seeing him DNF on Saturday and hobble home to a distant finish on Sunday.

Tomy Drissi meanwhile lost a Saturday win to a post-race penalty after passing Dyson under yellows, he ended race 2 in the barriers.

On a celebratory weekend meanwhile who better than long-time friend and ex Dyson Racing team-mate Guy Smith to play wingman to Dyson, the 2003 Le Mans 24 Hours winner scored a second and a third over the weekend in support of Dyson’s Championship effort and now leads the Championship Rookie standings as a result!

There are two race weekends remaining in the season with Dyson leading in the points by 46 from Drissi with Francis a further 17 points adrift.

Sports Prototype Cup: Monza

Eleven months after the Sports Prototype Cup’s debut Formula 1 support race in Portugal, the combined Revolution Trophy and Radical SR3 Trophy was back on an F1 support bill at Monza for a pair of races.

Both 35-minute races were won by long-time LMP racer Michel Frey with his Revolution A-One, while the Radical SR3 Trophy victories were shared by Martin Verity and Mihnea Stefan.

Sir Chris Hoy scored a second-place finish on Saturday with factory development driver James Abbott completing the podium.

Sunday’s race, again won convincingly by Frey saw Hoy fend off a spirited effort from American racer Jesse Menczer.

Ultimate Cup: Le Mans Bugatti

Team Virage took a One-two finish in a three hour Proto Challenge race on Sunday, the race won by their #88 Ligier JS P320 for Kuwabara Wagg/Cristovao/Poulet.  ELMS regular Rob Hodes came home second in the sister Team Virage Ligier partnered with Alessandro Bracalente.


Saturday’s 4 Hour GT Endurance race saw the win go to veteran GT racer Raymond Narac together with co-driver Arnaud Pierre in their Porsche GT3.

The Vision Ferrari 488 GT3 of Pagny/Hallyday/Bouvet came home 16 seconds ack with the third placed Renault RS01 a full 2 laps in arrears.


© Davy Delien