Will the #24 PROspotrt continue their incredible race form as the GT4 European Series visits Misano

Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Last weekend we saw large numbers of Aston Martin Racing runners in both the ADAC GT4 Germany Series from Zandvoort as well as the SRO FFSA GT4 Series from Albi. This weekend is no different as we welcome back the GT4 European Series for their third round of the season as they visit Misano in Italy with their capacity, forty-six car entry.

Having raced already at Imola and most recently at Le Castellet over the four races so far, the Aston Martin contingent shrinks back to a paltry ten car for the third round of their six-round series with the #6 Racing One AMR entry again absent along with driver Vincent Gisy but will Moritz Gisy again joining Father Christian aboard the teams #9 car in lieu of Ralf Kelleners.

That is the only expected change ahead of this weekend’s round of action as the Racing One team still field a further two cars for Kenton Koch/Thijmen Nabuurs in the #5 car as well as Henrick Lyngbye Pederson/Marcus Lungstrass in their #18 car.

With then have the two PROsport Racing entries for both Rodrique Gillion/Nico Verdonck and Hugo Sasse/Mike David-Ortmann, the AGS Events Racing team also field their three full season crews of Tom Verdier/Ruben Del Sarte, Hugo Conde/Noah Andy and Julien Lambert/Wilfried Cazalbon as well as the two Swiss based Racing Spirit of Lemans entries for both Tom Canning/Akhil Rabindra and Gus Bowers/Konstantin Lachenaur.

Results for these crews so far have been ‘pretty good’ with Bowers/Lachenaur, Sasse/Ortmann and Canning/Rabindra forming a 1-2-3 at the head of their Silver Cup class but with the front running crew demanding a 31-point lead over their Prosport rivals whilst in the Am class, we see the #89 AGS crew of Lambert/Cazalbon at the head with a twenty-eight-point lead over their closest rivals there. The latter will however be in another chassis for this weekend after their #89 car was rolled in Qualifying at last weekends FFSA GT4 event at Albi.

Looking back at the results last time out at Paul Ricard and for last weekend, the team to beat this time around will be the #24 crew of Sasse and Ortmann after they secured a double overall win in the GT4 European Series at Ricard at the beginning of June as well as two pole positions and lights to flag race wins last weekend in the ADAC GT4 Germany Series.

Photo credits – GT4 European / Teams
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