Racing Spirit of Leman excel at FFSA visit to Dijon-Prenois

Monday, June 19, 2023


The third running of the French FFSA GT4 Series saw a dramatic improvement with the fortunes of many of the seven Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT4 powered teams with one crew almost recording a near perfect set of results across its two races.

Competing this time from the Circuit Dijon-Prenois to the east of the country saw the Mirage Racing, AGS Events Racing and Spirit of Leman team each enter a pair of such cars together with a solo entry from the GPA Racing squad.

Having endured some rotten luck and misfortune in recent rounds, Saturday’s Qualifying went especially well for the Spirit of Leman team after its #92 silver ranked crew of Mateo Villagomez/Victor Weyrich earned themselves pole position for race 1 whilst their #74 Am class crew of Clement Dub/Ronald Basso earned themselves a P2 start in class respectively.

Whilst the #74 unfortunately listed a DNF in race 1, alongside that of the #6 Mirage of Yves Lemaitre/Vincent Beltoise, the #92 car came home in third overall with the #5 Mirage crew of David Kullmann/Ruben Del Sarte not far off either in P5.

The #39 GPA Racing car of Baudouin Detout/Tom Verdier also suffered a late race incident which although left them still classified as a finish, left them with irreparable damage in time for Sundays second for the second time this season so far!

In Q2, the #92 car also gained class pole (albeit P3 overall) as did their sister #74 car in Am.

This time around, there was no mistakes from the Racing Spirit of Leman guys who brought their cars home to earn themselves a P2 in Silver and a class win in Am. The #5 Mirage would again enter a repeat of their bets result of the season so far with another P5 in class whilst the AGS Events team completed both races with both cars (for the first time) within their Pro-Am and Am classes.

These results still leave the #74 RSLM crew in second within the Am Class after the leaders again outscored them this weekend as the series looks ahead to the Val de Vienne Festival in early July.

Photo credits – FFSA
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