samedi 29 avril 2017

Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser, head of Porsche Motorsport is looking forward to next week's action in Belgium and United States. The Stuttgart-based brand will be running in two different series same time with the brand new Porsche 911 RSR.

The WEC team will be at Spa-Francorchamps, home to  the second round of the World Endurance Championship and will be competing in the GTE-Pro class.

The IMSA squad will be at the Circuit of the Americas for WeatherTech SportsCar Championship round four and will be racing in the GTLM division.

"Spa is the dress rehearsal for the 24 Hours of Le Mans" said Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser about the FIA WEC six-hour-event. "It’s one last test under racing conditions before the ultimate highlight of the Sports Car World Endurance Championship WEC season."

"We’ll use the race on the challenging circuit in the Ardennes to prepare our new 911 RSR as well as us as a team in the best possible way for the very special challenges of Le Mans. We were able to take important insights back to Weissach from the season-opener in Silverstone and we would now like to turn these findings into an even better performance at Spa"

About the the IMSA round in Austin,  Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser added: "The Circuit of the Americas is a fantastic and very demanding racetrack, so it’s a real challenge for our drivers and teams."

"What we want to achieve with the 911 RSR in Austin is obvious: After securing third place at Long Beach and second at Daytona, the first win of the season has to be our goal."

Photos: Porsche

Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser aims high at Spa-Francorchamps and Austin

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The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, one of the most tradition-steeped and challenging racetracks in the world, will host round two of the Sports Car World Endurance Championship WEC on 6 May. The Porsche GT Team fields two new Porsche 911 RSR on the Formula 1 circuit in Belgium’s Ardennes region. The 510 hp race car was developed from scratch at Porsche Motorsport in Weissach based on the seventh generation of the iconic 911 sports car. After its successful race debut in the USA, the 911 RSR netted another podium result over Easter clinching third place at the WEC season-opening round in Silverstone.

The race

Measuring 7.004 kilometres, the Grand Prix circuit in the hilly countryside of the Ardennes is the second longest racetrack on the WEC calendar after Le Mans. The difficult rollercoaster course throws everything at drivers and is guaranteed to provide fans with plenty of gripping action. The circuit’s corners have illustrious names such as La Source, Blanchimont and Stavelot, and then there is, of course, Eau Rouge. This daunting corner has made the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps as well-known as the delicious waffles that are sold around the track.

The Porsche drivers

Four Porsche works drivers contest the race at Spa for the Porsche GT Team in the new 911 RSR. In the GTE-Pro class, Richard Lietz (Austria), the WEC GT Champion of 2015, and Frédéric Makowiecki (France) share the cockpit of the #91 vehicle. These two started into the 2017 season with third place at the Silverstone season-opener. Michael Christensen (Denmark) and Kévin Estre (France) man the #92 car. In the GTE-Am class, two Porsche customer teams campaign a 911 RSR from previous years: Dempsey Proton Racing for Porsche Young Professional Matteo Cairoli (Italy), Christian Ried (Germany) and Marvin Dienst (Germany) as well as Gulf Racing for Michael Wainwright (Great Britain), Nick Foster (Australia) and Ben Barker (Great Britain).

The Porsche 911 RSR

The 911 RSR is a completely new development: the suspension, body structure, aerodynamic concept, engine and transmission have all been designed in Weissach from scratch. Depending on the size of the restrictor, the motor, which is now positioned in front of the rear axle, puts out around 375 kW (510 hp). Thanks to the particularly large rear diffuser combined with a top-mounted rear wing, the level of downforce and the aerodynamic efficiency were significantly improved. The 911 RSR also contests the WEC sporting the further developed factory design with the primary colours white, red and black.

The schedule 
The six-hour race takes off on Saturday, 6 May, at 14.30 hrs.

Live on TV

Eurosport telecasts the final phase of the race as well as the podium ceremony live from 19.30 to 20.40 hrs CEST. The FIA WEC app is free in its basic version, and offers live streaming of the complete race as well as the time-keeping for a fee.

Porsche Press Release

First time for the new Porsche 911 RSR at Spa-Francorchamps

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vendredi 28 avril 2017

The Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team travels to Spa, Belgium, next week for the second round of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship, leading both the Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ World Championships following a season-opening victory for the #67 Ford GT and fourth-place finish for the #66 Ford GT at Silverstone, UK.

The Ford team is aiming to maintain its momentum as all of the teams start to turn their attention to the Le Mans 24 Hours race just over a month after Spa, and the Belgian round is seen as the final rehearsal for the biggest race of the season.

Fast-flowing Spa is the perfect place to prepare for Le Mans as it features daunting corners such as the Eau Rouge and Raidillon combination that fires the cars up a steep hill, and the white-knuckle Blanchimont – a long left-hander taken at high speed.

We had a very good start to our championship campaign at Silverstone, which was the result of a lot of hard work from all of the team,” said George Howard-Chappell, WEC Team Principal. “Spa provides its own unique challenges but we were strong there last year and it is a good circuit for the Ford GT. We need to keep our focus as we get closer to Le Mans and make sure everything in the team and with the cars is working perfectly.”

Fresh from their win at Silverstone, Harry Tincknell (GB), Andy Priaulx (GB) and Pipo Derani (BRA) are hoping that the #67 Ford GT will again be the first GTE car to pass the chequered flag.

“We’re on a high after winning the opening race of the season,” said Tincknell. “Spa was the scene of our first WEC podium last year and I am confident that if everything goes to plan we have a good chance of winning. We showed really good pace at Silverstone and Spa is another track with lots of medium and high speed corners with big braking zones that suit the Ford GT. The track is also as close as you can get to Le Mans and we know the GT is strong around there.”

In the #66 Ford GT, Stefan Mücke (GER), Olivier Pla (FRA) and Billy Johnson (USA) are keen to take their first win, and are hoping their result at Spa will be very different to last season’s Belgian race.

We have the car and the team to win at Spa,” said Pla. “Our car is at its best at circuits with fast corners where you can really keep the speed up, so Spa will suit us. Last year’s race ended badly for us as a puncture caused Stefan (Mücke) to crash at Eau Rouge. We just need to have a clean race. At Silverstone we were fast and we had the lead but the Safety Car turned around our fortunes. What we need is a smooth weekend with no dramas.

Harry Tincknell is also hoping that fate will be on his side at Spa. The British driver has competed in three previous WEC races at the circuit, finishing second, first, then second last year. Tincknell hopes the trend will continue and deliver a first-place finish this time.

I think we’re going to win this championship with consistency, so we need to score good points again at Spa,” said Tincknell. “The podium is the minimum target but I think in this championship and with Balance of Performance (performance restrictions designed to deliver close racing) that some races will suit you and some won’t. This is definitely a Ford circuit and therefore we really need to maximise points here. My target is the win like at Silverstone.

The WEC 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps is on Saturday, May 6 at 14:30 CET.

Ford Press Release

Ford Chip Ganassi Racing targets GTE-Pro victory at Spa-Francorchamps

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The Porsche GT Team tackles round four of the IMSA SportsCar Championship with two new 911 RSR at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin on 6 May. Last year on the 5.513-kilometre Grand Prix course in the capital of Texas, Porsche celebrated a double victory in the GTLM class. So far this season, the new 911 RSR has secured second at Daytona and third at Long Beach. As part of the supporting programme, the GT3 Cup Challenge USA will also race with the new GT3 Cup.

The race
The Circuit of the Americas (COTA) with its combination of fast and slow corners is a challenging and very popular circuit for racing drivers. Austin too is worth a visit: the city has a vibrant student atmosphere and nowhere else in the USA has as many clubs and bars with live music.

The Porsche drivers
Sharing the #911 cockpit of the RSR 911 in Austin are Patrick Pilet (France) and Dirk Werner (Germany). Laurens Vanthoor (Belgium) is joined in the cockpit of the #912 sister car by a new teammate: For this race, Wolf Henzler replaces Kévin Estre (France), who contests round two of the Sports Car World Endurance Championship WEC in Spa-Francorchamps for Porsche on the same weekend. In the GTD class, Jörg Bergmeister (Germany) drives a Porsche 911 GT3 R for Park Place Motorsports, with customer teams Alegra Motorsports, CORE Autosports and TRG also fielding their 911 GT3 R.

The Porsche vehicles
The 911 RSR is a completely new development and is campaigned by the Porsche GT Team in both the IMSA SportsCar Championship and the Sports Car World Endurance Championship WEC. Depending on the size of the restrictor, the motor, which is now positioned in front of the rear axle, puts out around 375 kW (510 hp). The level of downforce and the aerodynamic efficiency were significantly improved. The 911 GT3 R, mounted with the new ultra-modern, four-litre, flat-six engine with direct fuel injection, was designed by Porsche for worldwide GT3 series on the basis of the 911 GT3 RS production sports car. The 911 GT3 Cup tackles the season with a newly-developed drive. Thanks to thoroughbred motorsport technology, the compact engine with direct fuel injection delivers a peak performance of 357 kW (485 hp).

The schedule
The race starts on Saturday, 6 May, at 13.35 hrs local time (20.35 hrs CEST) and runs over 2:40 hours. Outside the USA, the race can be seen live on

Porsche Press Release

Porsche GT Team heading to Austin for IMSA round four

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lundi 24 avril 2017

By Victor Forner

Álex Riberas, is competing this year in Pirelli World Challenge, driving the #61 R.Ferri Motorsport-run Ferrari 488 GT3 after very successful seasons with Porsche in IMSA (GTD) and Porsche Supercup.

Earlier this year, he performed well with Ferrari customer team DH Racing in Asian Le Mans Series with a victory and a podium.

Riberas had the opportunity to test the Ferrari 488 GTE a few months ago in Vallelunga. The Spaniard was one of the four candidates selected by the Maranello-based brand to replace Gianmaria Bruni, who switched to Porsche.

Alessandro Pier Guidi was selected for by Ferrari for the final FIA WEC seat (at AF Corse), however Alex Riberas' skills and strong performances have convinced the Italians to promote him as a full Ferrari Competizione GT driver.

We recently caught up with Alex Riberas about his targets, the competition in both FIA WEC and IMSA and more.

Ferrari is very well represented in WEC, what do you think about the level of competition in GTE-Pro?

The level in GTE-Pro at the FIA WEC is in my opinion, together with GTLM, the highest level of Endurance GT racing. Ferrari has only World Class drivers there and I'm sure they will do a fantastic 2017 season.    

Many believe that GTLM, in which Risi Competizione and Ferrari are competing, is the best class in the IMSA series, do you agree with that?

I agree 100%. I love GTLM. It has always been my dream to race there because the level is extremely high and the fights are brutal. Factory drivers only, which makes it even more exclusive.

If you are asked to choose between FIA WEC and IMSA, in which series do you prefer to compete in?

IMSA. Just because I feel like at home whenever I'm in the USA and I love racing there.

After testing the Ferrari 488 GTE, how different is it compared to the Ferrari 488 GT3?

The car's base is basically the same. The main difference are the fact that you have no ABS so you have to be more precise with your braking. The tyres are confidential and that together with the extra aero gives you a much higher corner speed. So therefore the driving is smoother.

You always say that your objective is win the FIA WEC, you think that it could be true in a short period of time?

Exactly. The ultimate goal of my career is to become World Champion. I see myself racing there at some point but right now my racing career is focused towards the USA.

Photos: Ferrari

Álex Riberas: "The ultimate goal of my career is to become World Champion"

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Porsche Motorsport has confirmed that Wolf Henzler will be competing with Porsche GT Team in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship round of Circuit of the Americas. He will be replacing regular driver Kevin Estre.

Wolf Henzler will be sharing the #912 Porsche 911 RSR with Laurens Vanthoor. The latter, along with Kevin Estre took a GTLM podium in the streets of Long Beach last time out.

A clash between the IMSA series and the FIA World Endurance Championship, which will be racing at Spa-Francorchamps, has prevented Kevin Estre of competing in the Texan event.

Kevin Estre will be racing at the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps with Michael Christensen in the GTE-Pro class.

Photo: Porsche

Wolf Henzler joins Laurens Vanthoor at Porsche GT Team for COTA

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Italy’s historic Monza circuit today hosted the second round of the Blancpain GT Series, the first Endurance race of the championship and therefore the first race of the season for the Kaspersky Motorsport team.

At the end of three hours of exciting racing, Giancarlo Fisichella steered the green, white and red Kaspersky Motorsport Ferrari 488 GT3 passed the chequered flag to claim fourth place and bring home a useful points haul in the Endurance championship.

A major collision shortly after the start meant the race had to be stopped for about 15 minutes. Once the race got underway for a second time, our experienced crew concentrated on banging in consistent lap times, taking advice from the pit wall and choosing the optimum time to make the driver switches. There were no mistakes from a driver line-up of this calibre and in the end, Giancarlo Fisichella, who drove the final stint, came very close to revisiting the Monza podium he had seen in his Formula 1 days.

Giancarlo Fisichella: “Today has been challenging. We had a few issues, but the good thing is that they were small ones. As you saw today, drivers may take real risks on the track, but the virtual world of telemetry looks set to be a key factor in the sport for some time to come and we have collected important long-run data today, which all of us will benefit from. However, there is still work to do to get the car optimised and we will be working hard analysing the data to allow us to make a step forward. Now we can start to prepare for Silverstone, pleased with the way the opening weekend has gone.”

James Calado: “A positive start to the season here at Monza. We have shown very good team spirit, which is very important, one team all working well together. I really enjoyed it especially as the car is competitive, which makes things easier. The pressure is high but I enjoyed every single lap. I’d like to thank the team for the whole weekend and the Kaspersky Lab, we can all be very happy!

Marco Cioci:The start of a new season is always an exciting time. It wasn’t the perfect start today but it ended well. Getting into P4 was difficult but in the end it all came together and I’m definitely satisfied with our result. It was amazing to get our first points together as a car crew. We did a great job individually and as team! I think this will become a very interesting fight throughout the whole year. We seem to have strong performance and the car feels nicely balanced, however, we used all our great experience and helped by plenty of good information from the pits, from our race engineer, working with some data supplied by Kaspersky Labs as to how to manage the car as well as possible, we were able to move up the order.

From fourth, a podium doesn’t seem too far away. Can the Kaspersky Motorsport trio get there at the next round? Be sure to follow events at Silverstone, in the UK, where the next race takes place over the weekend of 13th – 14th May.

Kaspersky Motorsport Press Release

Kaspersky Motorsport narrowly missed the podium at Monza

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vendredi 21 avril 2017

A great selection of GTE and GTLM factory drivers will be racing at Monza this weekend, in the opening round of the 2017 Blancpain Endurance Cup

The Kaspersky Motorsport-run #55 Ferrari 488 GT3 will be featuring an all-star line-up with Giancarlo Fisichella, James Calado and Marco Cioci.

Two Ferrari factory drivers will be at the wheel SMP Racing Ferrari 488 GTE, Davide Rigon and Miguel Molina. They will be joined by Victor Shaytar in the three-hour event.

Alessandro Pier Guidi will be driving the #50 Ferrari 488 GT3, along with Pasin Lathouras and Michele Rugolo. The sister #53 machine will be featuring Ferrari GTE ace Andrea Bertolini, Niek Hommerson and Louis Machiels.

Aston Martin Racing's Jonny Adam will be driving the #97 Aston Martin Vantage GT3 from Oman Racing Team with TF Sport along with Ahmad Al Harthy.

Photo: Blancpain GT Series

GTE stars heading to Monza for Blancpain Endurance Cup opener

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jeudi 20 avril 2017

The European Le Mans Series season has started in the best possible way for Joel Camathias: at Silverstone, in the season-opener, the Swiss driver has conquered an excellent podium finish, taking second at the wheel of the Porsche 911 RSR shared with team mates Christian Ried and Matteo Cairoli.

It has been a faultless race for the trio of Proton Competition, in a weekend made difficult, in the LMGTE category, by the obvious supremacy of the Aston Martins, clearly advantaged by a the Balance of Performance (the system aimed at balancing the performances of all cars) applied at the beginning of the season. Thanks to an excellent strategy and the good pace of the three drivers, the Proton Porsche has been the only car able to give some concerns to the Astons, managing to finish in-between the two British cars.

The next ELMS event, the 4 Hours of Monza, will take place on 14th May.

Joel Camathias:

It has been an excellent start of the season and a podium finish that we can be proud of, given how things presented themselves this weekend. Since free practice, the Astons seemed to fly, beating everyone else by more than two seconds. We have focused on doing our set-up work and took fourth-fastest in qualifying. In the race, we proved more competitive, running always in the top three and reducing the gap from the Astons. The team designed a race strategy that worked nicely, with perfect pit stops, and all three drivers were able to keep a fast and consistent pace. I did the central double stint and Matteo, in the final stint, was able to steal second from the competition. Good team work, for sure, but we hope that the Balance of Performance will be corrected before the next round, at Monza, which is home race for Matteo and me…”​

Joel Camathias Press Release

Joel Camathias: "It has been an excellent start of the season and a podium finish that we can be proud of"

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Davide Rigon, along with co-driver Sam Bird, was fifth in the very competitive GTE-Pro class at the 6 Hours of Silverstone.

The Ferrari works driver was at the wheel of the AF Corse-run #71 488 GTE in the opening round of this year's FIA World Endurance Championship.

The Italian GT ace looked frustrated at the end of the race, in which he and his team-mate were fast but not enough to secure a spot on the podium.

"P5 here at 6 Hours of Silverstone, our championship didn't start well. Our pace wasn’t bad and was very good at the end of the race, even if we had a rough start." said Davide Rigon.

"We were going pretty well going up and down from the first positions to the fifth place at the end of the race."

Davide Rigon is now looking forward to the upcoming FIA WEC events, starting with the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps.

"We were not too far from the leaders and I feel we can do better in the next races. The fifth position in Silverstone gave us some points, not so many but we need them to go ahead with our championship."

"Our 488 GTE is a good car, the team have been working very well on it and we can definitively be in the first positions. That is what we are going to do in the next races."

Photos: Ferrari

Fast but unlucky Davide Rigon at 6 Hours of Silverstone

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mercredi 19 avril 2017

A look back at Porsche's race weekend at the 6 Hours of Silverstone, the opening round of this year's FIA World Endurance Championship.

The works LMP1 took positions two and three with the 919 Hybrid. Porsche GT Team was third in GTE-Pro with the brand new 911 RSR. While Porsche customer team Dempsey Proton Racing took the final spot on GTE-Am podium with the last-gen 911 RSR.

Photo: Porsche

VIDEO: Podiums for Porsche teams at 6 Hours of Silverstone

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Richard Lietz collected a GTE-Pro podium in the 6 Hours of Silverstone with the brand new Porsche 911 RSR. It was the first race for the car in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

The Austrian ace was at the wheel of the #91 Porsche 911 RSR along with Frederic Makowiecki. The two drivers had a frustrating qualifying session, in which Porsche GT Team has clearly focused on race preparation and car set-up.

On race day, Richard Lietz and Frederic Makowiecki bounced back very well and were among the strongest in a very competitive GTE-Pro field.

A strong result for Richard Lietz and the whole Porsche GT Team for their comeback in FIA WEC as a full factory squad.

"It was a very difficult race, particularly my stint with slicks in the rain" stated Richard Lietz at the end of the six-hour event at Silverstone. "We can be very pleased with a podium place. Still, it was definitely a great and promising start to the WEC season"

Photos: Porsche

Richard Lietz happy with Porsche GTE-Pro podium at Silverstone

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mardi 18 avril 2017

A new championship, a new team and already a first race victory. Nicki Thiim enjoyed a very successful weekend with TF Sport at Silverstone, home of the opening round of the European Le Mans Series.

The works Aston Martin driver was very quick all-weekend long. Nicki Thiim performed well in the two practice sessions and later in qualifying. He took the GTE pole position driving the #90 Aston Martin Vantage GTE.

On race day, Nicki Thiim, was among the very fastest drivers in the GTE field and played a key role in TF Sport's maiden ELMS victory. He shared the car with co-drivers Salih Yoluc, Euan Hankey.

"Brilliant for the team, especially here at their home ground to deliver this result," stated Nicki Thiim at the end of the four-hour event.

The 2016 GTE-Pro champion in FIA WEC gave full credits to the TF Sport squad and his two team-mates: "I came in and I’m getting familiarised with the team, Salih did an amazing job – made us comfortable and made it easier for us to bring the car home. Perhaps here we have a small advantage with Aston knowing the track setup wise but next up is Monza and we’re looking forward to that"

Photos: ELMS

Nicki Thiim gives full credits to TF Sport after maiden ELMS victory at Silverstone

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lundi 17 avril 2017

Ben Barker and the Gulf Racing team battled to the end of the Six Hours of Silverstone to claim valuable points in the opening round of the 2017 FIA World Endurance Championship.

The team overcame a costly late-race pit-stop to finish fourth in the hotly-contested GTE-Am class at its home race, erasing the memory of last season’s unfortunate exit at the hands of another car as rain and safety car interruptions marked a dramatic start to the 2017 campaign.

After a winter of focused preparation, there was early encouragement for Barker and the Gulf team as the Briton topped the second of three free practice sessions in the #86 Porsche 911 RSR, ahead of the regular cohort of Ferraris and Aston Martins that will provide opposition throughout the nine-round competition. Come qualifying on Saturday afternoon, however, the close order had been shuffled once again, with the WEC’s use of combined times and a slight mistake towards the end of his flying lap leaving Barker to line up fifth in class.

“I was pretty hooked up in qualifying, and being just four-tenths off the fastest time in the class was a decent effort,” the Cambridge native commented, “I missed an apex at the chicane in the last sector, so there was definitely more to come from me and the car, but it was satisfying to have set the fastest time in FP2 on Friday, which shows how much work the team has done with the car over the winter. We’re still learning how to get the best out of our Dunlop tyres after switching to them in the off-season – and also focused more on tyre life than one-lap performance - so I think we will only get better as the year goes on.”

With his new ‘gold’ status making him the lead driver on the three-man Gulf crew, Barker took the wheel for Sunday’s midday start, and quickly gained a couple of places to be challenging former F1 driver Pedro Lamy for second in class. However, having seen several attempts to claim the spot rebuffed by the Portuguese veteran, Barker gradually started to lose ground as his tyres faded and dropped to fourth before pitting for the team’s first driver change.

While the race took a dramatic twist at the front of the field, the ensuing safety car period bunched the GTE-Am class with Gulf newcomer Nick Foster at the wheel, and the Australian briefly led through one cycle of pit-stops before handing back to team owner Mike Wainwright. It was at the next change, however, that the Gulf crew’s afternoon turned, with the #86 needing an extended visit to the garage prior to Barker setting out on the final stint of the race. For a team that had enjoyed unprecedented levels of reliability in 2016, it was an unfortunate turn of events that dropped the car out of contention for a podium finish, but Barker was eventually able to rejoin and was rewarded for soldiering on to the chequered flag by picking up a position two corners from home.

“I enjoyed a strong start to the race, and was harrying Lamy until the tyres went off,” he noted, “Unfortunately, while our performance was fading, the other cars around us remained pretty stable, so I handed over to Mike with the car in fourth position. rather than what could have been second. The safety car caused by an accident involving the #7 Toyota was also a bit unfortunate in its timing, although it at least allowed us to close back in on the pack and kept us in contention, but the lengthy stop for repairs before I could rejoin for the last stint ultimately cost us the chance to remain on the lead lap and, potentially, fight for the podium.”

A last lap incident involving two of the GTE-Am cars ahead of him eventually promoted Barker and the Gulf team to fourth in class simply by dint of seeing the chequered flag, giving the Briton and his colleagues twelve points to carry into round two of the season, at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, over the weekend of 4-6 May.

“While fourth place was a decent result, there are still things to be ironed out and learned after this weekend,” Barker concluded, “We’ve gleaned a lot from the past three days, and that will help us get our head around things like the tyres before Spa. Otherwise, it was another solid weekend for the Gulf team – both Nick and Mike showed good pace, and the crew employed a clean strategy - so there are plenty of positives going forward.”

Despite the three-week break before Spa, Barker will be back behind the wheel as early as this coming weekend, as he joins Andrew Baker and another Gulf-liveried Porsche, this time a GT3-R model, at the official pre-season GT3 Le Mans Cup test at Portimao in Portugal. Barker is slated to contest selected rounds of the series this year.

Ben Barker Press Release

Positive WEC opener for Ben Barker at Silverstone

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