2011 RAC Tourist Trophy
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2011 RAC Tourist Trophy

The 2011 RAC Tourist Trophy was an auto racing event held at the Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, England on 3-5 June, and was the fifth round of the 2011 FIA GT1 World Championship season. It was the FIA GT1 World Championship's second race held at the 5.901 km (3.667 mi) Silverstone, although it is the first international racing series to use the brand new pit complex which was being built at the time of last years race. The event was supported by the FIA GT3 European Championship, GT4 European Cup and Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo.


Success Ballast[1]
Entry Ballast
No. 4 Hexis AMR 30 kg (66 lb)
No. 8 Young Driver AMR 30 kg (66 lb)
No. 37 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 25 kg (55 lb)
No. 20 Sumo Power GT 5 kg (11 lb)
No. 21 Sumo Power GT 5 kg (11 lb)
No. 38 All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 5 kg (11 lb)

After a collision between the two Swiss Racing Team Lamborghini's, the team decided to miss the Tourist Trophy as they could not repair the damage in time for the weekend. DKR Engineering returned to the grid with the one car after missing the Sachsenring round due to lack of spare parts available. Markus Palttala and Andreas Zuber return to the series. Palttala returns behind the wheel of a Ford GT replacing Yann Clairay in the No. 10 Belgian Racing machine, racing alongside Antoine Leclerc. He raced a full season for Marc VDS Racing Team in 2010. Zuber raced for Exim Bank Team China alongside Mike Hezemans, replacing Nick Catsburg. Zuber raced only the first two rounds in 2010 for Phoenix Racing / Carsport who also ran a Corvette similar to the one he used at Silverstone. Dimitri Enjalbert makes his GT1 début for DKR Engineering alongside French compatriot Michaël Rossi, replacing Matteo Bobbi.


Qualifying result

For qualifying, Driver 1 participates in the first and third sessions while Driver 2 participates in only the second session. The fastest lap for each session is indicated with bold.

Pos No. Driver 1 Team Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Grid
Driver 2
1 11 Netherlands Mike Hezemans China Exim Bank Team China 1:59.584 1:59.334 1:58.967 1
Austria Andreas Zuber
2 23 Germany Michael Krumm United Kingdom JR Motorsports 1:59.384 1:59.506 1:59.140 2
Germany Lucas Luhr
3 7 Czech Republic Tomá? Enge Germany Young Driver AMR 1:59.344 1:59.799 1:59.361 3
Germany Alex Müller
4 8 Germany Stefan Mücke Germany Young Driver AMR 1:59.510 1:59.816 1:59.595 4
United Kingdom Darren Turner
5 22 United Kingdom Richard Westbrook United Kingdom JR Motorsports 1:59.376 1:59.803 2:00.043 5
United Kingdom Peter Dumbreck
6 21 United Kingdom Jamie Campbell-Walter United Kingdom Sumo Power GT 2:00.091 1:59.727 2:00.068 6
Australia David Brabham
7 20 United Kingdom Warren Hughes United Kingdom Sumo Power GT 1:59.843 1:59.823 2:00.105 7
Brazil Enrique Bernoldi
8 41 France Frédéric Makowiecki Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team 2:00.364 1:59.683 2:00.592 8
Belgium Maxime Martin
9 3 Netherlands Stef Dusseldorp France Hexis AMR 2:00.053 2:00.043 9
Monaco Clivio Piccione
10 4 Germany Christian Hohenadel France Hexis AMR 2:00.149 2:00.139 10
Italy Andrea Piccini
11 37 Netherlands Nicky Pastorelli Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 2:01.586 2:00.516 11
Germany Dominik Schwager
12 40 Belgium Bas Leinders Belgium Marc VDS Racing Team 2:00.792 2:00.786 12
Germany Marc Hennerici
13 47 France Dimitri Enjalbert Luxembourg DKR Engineering 2:00.360 2:00.962 13
France Michaël Rossi
14 38 Germany Marc Basseng Germany All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport 2:01.738 2:01.194 14
Germany Markus Winkelhock
15 9 Belgium Vanina Ickx Belgium Belgian Racing 2:01.986 15
Denmark Christoffer Nygaard
16 10 France Antoine Leclerc Belgium Belgian Racing 2:02.490 16
Finland Markus Palttala


Qualifying Race

Race result

Championship Race

Race result


  1. ^ "FIA Entry List - Silverstone (GBR) - 5 June 2011" (PDF). Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 August 2011. Retrieved .

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