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April 21st, 2013
Peter Kox and Stefan Rosina gave the Reiter Lamborghini team victory in the main race at Zolder on its maiden outing in the new FIA GT Series. Rosina fought a solid rearguard action aboard his Gallardo LP560 to hold off a challenge from Laurens Vanthoor in the best of the WRT Audi R8 LMS ultras.
April 20th, 2013
The Belgian WRT Audi squad notched up its second consecutive win in the FIA GT Series with victory in the opening race on home ground at Zolder. Laurens Vanthoor and Stephane Ortelli followed up the team’s success in the main race on the opening weekend at Nogaro by triumphing aboard their Audi R8 LMS ultra.
September 29th, 2012
Fred Makowiecki and Stef Dusseldorp lost their outside chance of claiming the FIA GT1 World Championship title at the Donington Park finale, despite winning the qualifying race on Saturday afternoon in their Hexis McLaren. A swift mandatory pitstop put Dusseldorp out ahead of the Reiter Lamborghini of Stefan Rosina and Peter Kox, which had led the race since the second lap.
May 27th, 2012
The Hexis McLaren of Fred Makowiecki and Stef Dusseldorp completed a perfect weekend at Navarra, winning the main race of the GT1 World Championship weekend.
May 26th, 2012
Darryl O’Young will start on pole position for the World GT1 qualifying race at Navarra, after his Reiter Lamborghini team-mate Peter Kox set the fastest time ahead of the third round of the championship. On a circuit where the Lamborghini Murcielago has dominated in GT1′s past two visits, Kox ensured the Gallardo would continue its predecessor’s form by setting the fastest time in the opening segment of qualifying. O’Young took over and guided the car into the pole position shoot-out, where Kox finished four tenths ahead of the rest of the pack
May 22nd, 2012
Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey will compete in the second round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo next month.
March 29th, 2012
Toni Vilander has completed AF Corse’s line-up for the FIA GT1 World Championship. The 31-year-old Finn will share one of the team’s 458 Italias with Filip Salaquarda while the other is driven by GT3 European champion Francesco Castellacci and Enzo Ide.
March 10th, 2012
Carmen Jorda and Robert Cregan will compete for Ocean Racing Technology in the team’s maiden season in GP3. The Portuguese squad, which also races in GP2, announced on 7 March that it would take over from Tech 1 Racing for the 2012 season .
November 6th, 2011
Exim Bank Corvette’s Yelmer Buurman and Francesco Pastorelli successfully negotiated an unruly championship race at San Luis, to complete a remarkable double victory in their World GT1 debut.
November 5th, 2011
JR Motorsport’s Lucas Luhr and Michael Krumm became 2011 FIA GT1 world champions at the penultimate race of the season at San Luis, by finishing a fighting second behind Exim Team China’s startling debut winners Yelmer Buurman and Francesco Pastorelli. Buurman and Pastorelli’s success in Saturday afternoon’s qualifying race is the first occasion two rookies have won on their debut in the GT1 World Championship.
November 4th, 2011
The DKR Lamborghini of Manuel Lauck and Christopher Haase briefly overshadowed the FIA World GT1 title fight by setting the fastest time in the opening practice session at San Luis this morning. On his 2011 debut outing in the category, former Reiter Lamborghini racer Haase recorded the best lap of 2m16.681s
November 2nd, 2011
Gulf Racing will enter the World Endurance Championship next year with a pair of Lola prototypes. The team, which is run by former Spa 24 Hours winner Fabien Giroix, fielded a GTE Aston Martin in this year’s Intercontinental Le Mans Cup, but is stepping up to the LMP2 category next year. “This year, with the quality of the new LMP2 Lola coupe and the driver pairings we will have, we are aiming to win the world championship and to obtain victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 category,” said Giroix.
September 9th, 2011
Maxime Martin made it two pole positions in the FIA World GT1′s Chinese double-header at the tight and twisty Goldenport track in Beijing on Friday. The Marc VDS Ford GT driver, who shares this weekend with sometime IndyCar racer Bertrand Baguette, lapped the track in 1m00.344s, just a tenth quicker than the Young Driver Aston Martin of Stefan Mucke, who is partnered by Darren Turner.
September 4th, 2011
GT1 World Championship title contenders Markus Winkelhock and Marc Basseng will have to start from the back row of the grid for today’s main race at Ordos in China after being disqualified from the qualifying race. The All-Inkl Lamborghini duo had picked up a point for finishing sixth in Saturday’s race, but their #38 car was adjudged to have breached homologation rules
September 3rd, 2011
A superb last-gasp lap from Maxime Martin put the #41 Marc VDS Ford on pole position for the GT1 World Championship qualifying race at Ordos in China. Richard Westbrook looked like he had done enough to give himself and JRM Nissan team-mate Peter Dumbreck a second straight pole as he set a lap of 1m38.669s in Q3 and then headed for the pits with a minute still to run. While most were already back in their garages, Martin mounted a final pole shot as the chequered flag fell.
July 28th, 2011
Volkswagen may consider joining Formula 1 in seven years’ time, the car maker’s head of motorsports Wolfgang Duerheimer has said.
July 14th, 2011
The Swiss Racing Team has cancelled its planned return to the GT1 World Championship at Paul Ricard this weekend, and is not certain to return to the series at all. The outfit, which switched from Ford to Lamborghini machinery last winter, suffered significant damage to both its Murcielagos on the opening lap of the Sachsenring race in May and has missed the last two races at Silverstone and Navarra as a result. Now, team principal Othmar Welti says that as a result of ‘multiple problems’ that have occurred since then, the team has been withdrawn for the time being.
July 2nd, 2011
Markus Winkelhock and Marc Basseng moved into the GT1 World Championship points lead by taking a comfortable win in the Navarra qualifying race. Basseng had followed the sister All-Inkl Lamborghini of Nicky Pastorelli in the early stages, relentlessly looking for opportunities to pass his team-mate. He had to wait until the pitstops, when coming in immediately to hand over to Winkelhock worked perfectly, with a quick out-lap for the erstwhile DTM racer putting him into the lead ahead of Pastorelli’s partner Dominik Schwager when the second Lamborghini pitted a lap later.
July 2nd, 2011
The All-Inkl Lamborghinis set the pace in qualifying for the GT1 World Championship round at Navarra in Spain. Markus Winkelhock’s 1m36.579s lap at the end of Q3 in the #38 Lamborghini he shares with Marc Basseng gave the pair pole by just 0.004 seconds over their team-mates Dominik Schwager and Nicky Pastorelli.
June 29th, 2011
Martin Donnelly will return to the cockpit of a Lotus 102 for the first time since his horrific Spanish Grand Prix Crash of 1990 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Northern Irishman, who started 12 grands prix for the British constructor, will drive the Andrew Morris-owned car up the famous hillclimb course this weekend. Although the car is not the one he crashed at Jerez, it has been restored by Classic Team Lotus and features a period 3.5-litre V12 Lamborghini powerplant fitted with a modern engine management system