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Ferrari Challenge Europe head to Circuit Paul Ricard for round two of the 2022 championship

Following the success of round one of the Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli at Portimão, this weekend, the Prancing Horse’s continental one-make series will be at the Le Castellet circuit, France, for round two, with not fewer than fifty-three 488 Challenge Evos taking part. Trofeo Pirelli. Doriane Pin’s (Scuderia Niki – Iron Lynx) dream double-win in … Continue reading

Challenging start for Iron Lynx in European Le Mans Series season opener

Italian racing team, Iron Lynx, began its European Le Mans series season at Le Castellet, France, with a challenging day for both the #60 and #83 cars. Race stoppages disrupted the great pace and class winning promise to score a fourth place for the #83 Ferrari of Sarah Bovy, Michelle Gatting and Rahel Frey. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

Absolute Racing makes European Le Mans Series debut at the 4 Hours of Le Castellet 

The 4 Hours of Le Castellet saw Absolute Racing’s series debut in its first full season of competition in Europe, with Indonesian driver Andrew Haryanto, Porsche Motorsport Asia Pacific Selected Driver in 2020-2021 Alessio Picariello and Estonian racer Martin Rump at the wheel of the #18 Porsche 911 RSR. Starting eighth in the LMGTE category, … Continue reading

European Le Mans Series debut win for Rinaldi Racing at Circuit Paul Ricard

Rinaldi Racing converted pole position into a debut victory in today’s European Le Mans Series race at Circuit Paul Ricard with drivers Pierre Ehret, Nicolas Varrone and Memo Gidley. Following last years success in the series, this is another impressive result for a Ferrari customer team. The next race on the European Le Mans Series … Continue reading

Fourth place ELMS finish for MacNeil at Paul Ricard

Cooper MacNeil (Hindsdale, Ill.), Christian Ried (Germany), and Gianmaria Bruni (Italy) finished fourth in today’s running of the European Le Mans Series (ELMS) race at the Circuit Paul Ricard. Once again taking on a new European circuit, MacNeil put in a lot of laps at the French track in this weekend’s ELMS race. After qualifying … 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

Porsche Supercup 2021 calendar announced

Eight races make up the provisional calendar of the 2021 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup. In its 29th season, the international one-make cup contested with the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup will again run exclusively as support to the FIA Formula One World Championship. The season gets underway on 23 May on the spectacular street circuit of … Continue reading

GPX Racing fills the runner-up spot in the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup

GPX Racing was not the favourite for the title on arriving at the Paul Ricard circuit for the final of the most prestigious endurance championship for Grand Touring cars. But the team created by Frédéric Fatien and managed by Pierre-Brice Mena was in contention right to the very end. The #12 Porsche 911 GT3 R … Continue reading

Louis Delétraz is ready to live an exceptional weekend with GPX Racing at Paul Ricard

On 12-13 March, the GPX Racing team participated in the GT World Challenge Europe tests on the Paul Ricard circuit with its two Porsche 911 GT3 Rs. In addition to the six professionals – including five works Porsche drivers – who will spearhead the team’s attack in 2020 Louis Delétraz, a young 22-year-old Swiss, better … Continue reading

GPX Racing continues its upward momentum

GPX Racing again raised its level of performance in the race in the third round of its first season in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup on the Paul Ricard circuit; and its reward was its first points in the Silver Cup. But Jordan Grogor, Benjamin Goethe and Stuart Hall didn’t have it all their … Continue reading