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65 car entry list for the 24 Hours of Spa

A 65-car field will gather to contest the toughest event in GT3 racing next month when the TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa stages its 74th edition on 28-31 July. The full entry list for the twice-around-the-clock race has been revealed during this week’s official test days (21-22 June) where preparations for the Ardennes classic are … Continue reading

GPX Racing at the 24 Hours of Spa: Return of the winning trio

In July 2019, the GPX Racing team on its maiden outing in the 24 Hours of Spa, and also with its first entry of a 100% professional driver lineup in GT3, snatched victory from under the noses of the very best that international grand touring racing had to offer! The drivers of the #20 911 GT3 … Continue reading

Best Porsche 911 GT3 R tackles the 24 Hours of Spa from ninth place

 The two best-placed Porsche customer teams take up the 24-hour race at Spa-Francorchamps tomorrow from positions nine and 20. In the Super Pole session on Friday evening, Porsche works driver Mathieu Jaminet turned the ninth fastest lap with GPX Racing’s 911 GT3 R. In the 20-minute shootout, the top 20 vehicles from Thursday’s qualifying competed … Continue reading

Twelve Porsche 911 GT3 R tackle the Spa 24 Hours

With ten customer teams, twelve 911 GT3 R and a total of 40 racing drivers, seven of which are works drivers, Porsche is represented by an impressive line-up at the Spa-Francorchamps 24-hour race. Hardly any other manufacturer will have more racing cars on the grid of the endurance classic this coming weekend. The legendary event … Continue reading

GPX Racing Porsche snatches dramatic final-hour victory in Circuit Paul Ricard 1000km

An action-packed final hour saw GPX Racing snatch victory in this year’s Circuit Paul Ricard 1000km to give Porsche its maiden Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Endurance Cup win at the French venue.  It was a particularly sweet success for the Dubai-based squad, which saw championship glory slip from its grasp at … Continue reading

GPX Racing announce their new technical management and 2021 GT3 programme

The information that GPX Racing is unveiling today goes way beyond the simple announcement of a driver lineup and an evolution of the organisation. It prefigures a change of era for the team that emerged victorious in both the Spa 24 Hours and the 24 Hours of Dubai. And above all, make sure you read … Continue reading

GPX Racing not to compete in the 2021 24 Hours of Le Mans

16 cars competed in the GT category in the Asian Le Mans Series, which finished on Saturday in Abu Dhabi. The first four in the classification obtained an invitation to take part in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans provided they confirmed their entry before today, Tuesday 23rd February at noon. GPX Racing finished the … Continue reading

GPX Racing score their first victory in the 24 Hours of Dubai

The GPX Racing team that has clinched nine podium finishes in endurance in two years has rarely met with much success in the 24 Hours of Dubai on the circuit just beside their base. But this year the team took a scintillating revenge by leading the 24-hour race that is the traditional opener of the … Continue reading

GPX Racing helps Porsche to clinch another intercontinental title

The Kyalami 9 Hour brought down the curtain on the 2020 Intercontinental GT Challenge, a four-race championship held in the four corners of the world. GPX Racing made the long-distance trip to South Africa with two main objectives in mind: clinch the manufacturers’ title for Porsche and win the drivers’ crown with its trio, Patrick … Continue reading

Porsche defends manufacturers’ crown in the global GT3 series IGTC

Porsche has won the manufacturers’ title in the Intercontinental GT Challenge (IGTC) for the second time in a row. At the final race of the season on the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in South Africa, Matt Campbell from Australia and the two Frenchmen Mathieu Jaminet and Patrick Pilet finished in third place with GPX Racing’s … Continue reading