Championships titles still to be won by AGS Events Racing at FFSA GT4 finale

Monday, September 27, 2021

Its rapidly approaching the end of September and many European based series will now be towards the end of their 2021 seasons and the French FFSA GT4 Series is just one such series, as they are set to hold their sixth and final race meeting of the year from the Circuit Paul Ricard in the south of France.

Similar to last season, six Aston Martin Racing V8 Vantage GT4’s have competed within the series this season from teams like ASG Events Racing, Mirage Racing and JSB Competition with varying degrees of success throughout in the various classes.

One such crew that is on the cusp of a possible Championship win is the #007 AGS Racing Events Silver Cup entry with drivers Valentin Hasse-Clot and Romain Leroux who presently stand thirty-seven points clear in their class going into these final two races this weekend.

Having only dropped one non-point scoring race at the second round at Magney-Cours with only one more result off the podium itself, the young French duo will still need to be at the top of their game this weekend as three drivers in the class still retain a mathematical chance of surpassing their score with fifty points still on offer over the weekend. 

A similar position, but with a lesser points margin exists between the AGS Events team and the second placed CMR team in the Silver Cups Team title stakes.

In the Am Drivers Championship, that title has already been decided and the best that any AMR crew could hope for is a final P2 placing for the AGS Events Racing crew of Didier Dumaine and Christophe Carriere should they win both races and the car ahead of them in the Championship fails to score both times.

Finally in the Pro-Am class, the previous five rounds have so far failed to find an outright winner or favourite with ten crews still in with a mathematical shout of this championship title should other results go in their favour and for our attention, the #89 AGS Events Racing AMR of Nicolas Gomar and Mike Parisy presently sit in P7 and just twenty-seven points behind the leading crew.

The AMR crews listed above will again be joined by the #79 AGS Events Racing Am Class car of Lauris Nauroy and Stephane Desbrosse, the #38 Mirage Racing Pro-Am car of Ruben Del Sarte and Yves Lemaitre and finally the #8 JSB Competition Am Class AMR of Julien Briche and Jean-Laurent Navarro.

Still all to race for (even if it is only pride) – so we will see what Sunday afternoon brings us.

Photo credits – FFSA GT4 / Teams

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