The 2016 Competition102 GT4 European Series came to an end with the annual SRO Night of the Champions in London on Sunday evening. Drivers and teams from all SRO Motorsports Group promoted and organised championships gathered in London for the end of season ceremony.
GT4 European Series champions Jörg Viebahn and Peter Terting collected their trophies for winning the GT4 Pro class, with team manager Steve Buschmann taking the stage to pick up the trophy for the winning team.
Viebahn and Terting were joined on stage by teammates Nicolaj Møller Madsen and Andreas Patzelt, who finished third in the championship, and second-placed Mads Siljehaug. Buschmann was joined by Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport’s Stian Boers and Villorba Corse’s Francesco Gromeneda.
Jérôme Demay and Jan Kasperlik attended the awards ceremony at The Pavilion at the Tower of London to collect their trophies for finishing first and second in the GT4 Am class of the GT4 European Series.
2016 Competition102 GT4 European Series Winners
ompetition102 GT4 European Series GT4 Pro Class
1st Peter Terting and Jörg Viebahn, PROsport Performance
2nd Mads Siljehaug and Maciej Dreszer, RYS Team H&A
3rd Andreas Patzelt and Nicolaj Møller Madsen, PROsport Performance
Competition102 GT4 European Series GT4 Am Class
1st Jérôme Demay, Street Art Racing
2nd Jan Kasperlik, Allied Racing
3rd Giovanni Ghezzi and Alessandro Giovanelli, Autorlando Sport
Competition102 GT4 European Series Teams’ Championship
1st PROsport Performance
2nd Racing Team Holland by Ekris Motorsport
3rd Villorba Corse
The opening round of the 2017 season will take place at the Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli on April 1st and 2nd. Further details about the 2017 calendar will be announced at a future date.
Competition102 GT4 European Series
The Competition102 GT4 European Series consist of six rounds, held at premier race tracks in Europe and partnering top level GT or touring car championships except from the last round in Zandvoort where the GT4 category will be the main programme. The championship includes two endurance races and one round at a street course.
Competition102, unique fuel for maximum performance
Competition102 is premium petrol with an octane number of 102. The unique high octane number of 102 (RON 102) and MON number of at least 90 ensures optimal performances. Competition102 is suitable for all petrol-powered vehicles: from classic (Formula 1) cars and normal passenger vehicles to cross motorcycles and high performance racing cars. Competition102 fuel is exclusively produced, stored and distributed by Salland Olie Maatschappij B.V. in the Netherlands. It’s available at over 60 petrol stations nationwide and is sold in 60-litre barrels.
Pirelli, official tyre supplier
Pirelli is a tyre manufacturer and world leader in the automotive industry. It has an exclusive relationship with over 50 racing series worldwide, including Formula One. Pirelli has a long and illustrious history in endurance racing, and has also claimed a huge variety of class wins in GT racing all over the world. The design of the new Pirelli GT tyres meets the needs of GT racing while maintaining the performance characteristics that endurance drivers have appreciated in the past. The slick tyres used for GT racing are branded Zero: just like the slicks that have become a central feature of Formula One. The name P Zero is used in the highest categories of motorsport such as GT racing.
SRO Motorsports Group, architect of modern GT Racing
SRO Motorsports Group was founded by Stephane Ratel and has specialised in the promotion, support and organisation of many national and international motorsport series since 1995. In 2016, SRO Motorsports Group will promote several championships and series, such as the Blancpain GT Series, including the iconic Total 24 hours of Spa, the British GT Championship, the Blancpain Sports Club with the GT Sports Club and the Ultracar Sports Club, the Competition102 GT4 European Series and the Intercontinental GT Challenge. SRO Motorsports Group runs also the SRO Race Centre by MMC, a high-level technical centre at the Paul Ricard Circuit in the south of France.
SRO has offices in London, Paris and Liège.
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