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2021 GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup

The 2021 Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup is the ninth season of the GT World Challenge Europe Sprint Cup following on from the demise of the SRO Motorsports Group's FIA GT1 World Championship (an auto racing series for grand tourer cars), the second after title sponsor Blancpain withdrew sponsorship. The season will begin on 7 May at Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours in France and will end on 26 September at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia.[1][2][3]

Calendar

Entry List

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Germany Mercedes-AMG Team Toksport[4][a]
Toksport WRT[4][a]
Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo[4] 6 Germany Maro Engel[5] P 1-4
Germany Luca Stolz[5]
7 Finland Juuso Puhakka[4] S 1-4
Colombia Óscar Tunjo[4]
United Kingdom Ram Racing[6] Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo[6] 8 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou[6] PA 4
Macau Kevin Tse[6]
Switzerland Emil Frey Racing[7] Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo[7] 14 Switzerland Alex Fontana[7] S 1-4
France Arthur Rougier 1
Switzerland Ricardo Feller 2-4
114 United Kingdom Jack Aitken[7] P 1-3
Finland Konsta Lappalainen[7] 1-3
S 4
France Arthur Rougier 4
163 Spain Albert Costa[7] P 1-4
Switzerland Ricardo Feller 1
Austria Norbert Siedler 2-4
Germany SPS Automotive Performance[8] Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo[8] 20 Germany Valentin Pierburg PA 1-4
Austria Dominik Baumann
40 Australia Jordan Love[9] S 3
Germany Lance David Arnold[9]
France Saintéloc Racing[8] Audi R8 LMS Evo[8] 25 France Leo Roussel P 1-4
Germany Christopher Haase
26 France Aurélien Panis P 1-4
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch
27 United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison[10] P 3
Germany Markus Winkelhock[10]
United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT[8] Audi R8 LMS Evo[8] 30 Denmark Benjamin Goethe P 1-4
South Africa Kelvin van der Linde 1, 3
Germany Markus Winkelhock 2
Germany Christopher Mies 4
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT[8] 31 United Kingdom Frank Bird S 1-4
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
32 Belgium Charles Weerts P 1-4
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Germany Rinaldi Racing[8] Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020[8] 33 Finland Patrick Kujala S 1, 3-4
South Africa David Perel 2
Chile Benjamin Hites 1-4
United Kingdom Jota Sport[11] McLaren 720S GT3[11] 38 United Kingdom Oliver Wilkinson P 1, 3-4
United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat
Italy AF Corse[8] Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020[8] 52 Belgium Louis Machiels PA 1-4
Italy Andrea Bertolini
Italy Dinamic Motorsport[8] Porsche 911 GT3 R[8] 54 Belgium Adrien de Leener P 1-3
Germany Christian Engelhart
Germany Attempto Racing[8] Audi R8 LMS Evo[8] 55 Germany Alex Aka S 2
Germany Dennis Marschall
66 Germany Alex Aka P 1
Germany Jusuf Owega 2
Germany Christopher Mies 1-3
France Fabien Lavergne 3
Austria Max Hofer 4
Italy Mattia Drudi 4
99 Italy Tommasco Mosca P 1-2
Italy Mattia Drudi
Germany Alex Aka S 3-4
Germany Dennis Marschall
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport[12] Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo[12] 77 Portugal Henrique Chaves[12] PA 1-4
Portugal Miguel Ramos[12]
France AKKA ASP Team[8] Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo[8] 87 Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko S 1-4
France Jim Pla
88 Russia Timur Boguslavskiy P 1-4
Italy Raffaele Marciello
89 Romania Petru Umbrarescu P 1-4
France Jules Gounon
Spain Madpanda Motorsport[13] Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo[13] 90 Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc[13] S 1-4
Netherlands Rik Breukers
United Kingdom Sky - Tempesta Racing[8] Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo 2020[8] 93 United Kingdom Christopher Froggatt S 1-4
Italy Giorgio Roda
France CMR[8] Bentley Continental GT3[8] 107 Belgium Ulysse de Pauw S 1-4
France Pierre-Alexandre Jean
108 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes P 1
France Nelson Panciatici 2-4
Monaco Stéphane Richelmi 1-4
United Kingdom Garage 59[8] Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3[8] 159 Finland Tuomas Tujula S 1-4
Denmark Nicolai Kjærgaard
188 Sweden Alexander West PA 1-4
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
Germany Allied-Racing[9] Porsche 911 GT3 R[9] 222 Switzerland Julien Apothéloz[9] P 3-4
Austria Klaus Bachler[9]
Icon Class
P Pro Cup
S Silver Cup
PA Pro-Am Cup
Am Am Cup

Race results

Bold indicates overall winner.

Round Circuit Pole Position Pro Winners Silver Winners Pro/Am Winners Am Winners Report
1 R1 France Magny-Cours Belgium No. 32 Team WRT Belgium No. 32 Team WRT Switzerland No. 14 Emil Frey Racing Italy No. 52 AF Corse No Entries report
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
Switzerland Alex Fontana
France Arthur Rougier
Italy Andrea Bertolini
Belgium Louis Machiels
R2 Germany No. 6 Toksport WRT Germany No. 6 Toksport WRT France No. 87 AKKA ASP United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport
Germany Maro Engel
Germany Luca Stolz
Germany Maro Engel
Germany Luca Stolz
Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko
France Jim Pla
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
2 R1 Netherlands Zandvoort Switzerland No. 14 Emil Frey Racing France No. 88 AKKA ASP Switzerland No. 14 Emil Frey Racing United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport No Entries report
Switzerland Ricardo Feller
Switzerland Alex Fontana
Russia Timur Boguslavskiy
Italy Raffaele Marciello
Switzerland Ricardo Feller
Switzerland Alex Fontana
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
R2 France No. 88 AKKA ASP Switzerland No. 163 Emil Frey Racing Switzerland No. 14 Emil Frey Racing Germany No. 20 SPS Automotive Performance
Russia Timur Boguslavskiy
Italy Raffaele Marciello
Spain Albert Costa
Austria Norbert Siedler
Switzerland Ricardo Feller
Switzerland Alex Fontana
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Austria Dominik Baumann
3 R1 Italy Misano Belgium No. 32 Team WRT Belgium No. 32 Team WRT France No. 87 AKKA ASP United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport No Entries report
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko
France Jim Pla
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
R2 United Kingdom No. 188 Garage 59 Belgium No. 32 Team WRT Belgium No. 31 Team WRT United Kingdom No. 188 Garage 59
Sweden Alexander West
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
United Kingdom Frank Bird
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
Sweden Alexander West
United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
4 R1 United Kingdom Brands Hatch France No. 88 AKKA ASP Belgium No. 32 Team WRT Belgium No. 31 Team WRT United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport No Entries report
Russia Timur Boguslavskiy
Italy Raffaele Marciello
Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
United Kingdom Frank Bird
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
R2 France No. 88 AKKA ASP Germany No. 6 Toksport WRT Germany No. 7 Toksport WRT United Kingdom No. 77 Barwell Motorsport
Russia Timur Boguslavskiy
Italy Raffaele Marciello
Germany Maro Engel
Germany Luca Stolz
Finland Juuso Puhakka
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
5 R1 Spain Valencia report
R2

Championship standings

Scoring system

Championship points are awarded for the first ten positions in each race. The pole-sitter also receives one point and entries are required to complete 75% of the winning car's race distance in order to be classified and earn points. Individual drivers are required to participate for a minimum of 25 minutes in order to earn championship points in any race.

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   Pole 
Points 16.5 12 9.5 7.5 6 4.5 3 2 1 0.5 1

Drivers' championships

Overall

Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Belgium Dries Vanthoor
Belgium Charles Weerts
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 1PF 2 8 3 1P 1F 1 2 103.5
2 Germany Maro Engel
Germany Luca Stolz
Germany Toksport WRT 25 1PF 7 Ret 2 24 2 1F 61
3 Russia Timur Boguslavskiy
Italy Raffaele Marciello
France AKKA ASP Team 5 3 2 25P 5 2 17F 6P 52
4 Switzerland Ricardo Feller Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 2 26 1P 2F 8 11 11 8 45.5
5 Switzerland Alex Fontana Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 3 8 1P 2F 8 11 11 8 45
6 United Kingdom Frank Bird
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 24 11 4 7 26 4 3 5 33.5
7 Spain Albert Costa Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 2 26 RetF 1 9 12 16 15 29.5
8 Finland Juuso Puhakka
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Germany Toksport WRT 7 23 5 10 10 9 6 4 23
9 Belgium Ulysse de Pauw
France Pierre-Alexandre Jean
France CMR 9 7 3 5 Ret 16 7 12 22.5
10 France Aurélien Panis
Belgium Frédéric Vervisch
France Saintéloc Racing 26 6 9 15 4 10 5 11 19.5
11 Finland Konsta Lappalainen Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 12 9 15 4 7F 5 8 20 19.5
12 Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko
France Jim Pla
France AKKA ASP Team 17 5 6 19 6 Ret 11 7 18
13 Austria Norbert Siedler Switzerland Emil Frey Racing RetF 1 9 12 16 15 17.5
14 Romania Petru Umbrarescu
France Jules Gounon
France AKKA ASP Team 10 24 13 6 12 7 12 3 17.5
15 United Kingdom Jack Aitken Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 12 9 15 4 7F 5 17.5
16 Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc
Netherlands Rik Breukers
Spain Madpanda Motorsport 4 13 Ret 9 14 14 4 16 16
17 France Arthur Rougier Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 3 8 8 20 13.5
18 Germany Christopher Haase
France Leo Roussel
France Saintéloc Racing Ret 10 11 16 3 Ret 10 10 11
19 United Kingdom Oliver Wilkinson
United Kingdom Ben Barnicoat
United Kingdom Jota Sport 13 4 22 8 28P DNS 10.5
20 Denmark Benjamin Goethe United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT 11 Ret 16 18 23 3 18 9 10.5
21 South Africa Kelvin van der Linde United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT 11 Ret 23 3 9.5
22 Chile Benjamin Hites Germany Rinaldi Racing 8 22 Ret 8 11 6 9 18 9.5
23 Finland Patrick Kujala Germany Rinaldi Racing 8 22 11 6 9 18 7.5
24 Italy Mattia Drudi Germany Attempto Racing 6 12 14 17 15 14 4.5
Italy Tommasco Mosca 6 12 14 17
25 South Africa David Perel Germany Rinaldi Racing Ret 8 2
26 Germany Christopher Mies Germany Attempto Racing
United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT
19 18 10 11 Ret 17 18 9 1.5
27 United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
Sweden Alexander West
United Kingdom Garage 59 22 21 23 21 21 18P 23 24 1
28 Germany Jusuf Owega Germany Attempto Racing 10 11 0.5
France Fabien Lavergne Germany Attempto Racing Ret 17 0
Germany Christian Engelhart
Belgium Adrien de Leener
Italy Dinamic Motorsport 16 20 12 24 Ret DNS 0
Germany Alex Aka Germany Attempto Racing 19 18 17 12 13 Ret 13 13 0
Germany Dennis Marschall 17 12 13 Ret 13 13
Denmark Nicolai Kjærgaard
Finland Tuomas Tujula
United Kingdom Garage 59 15 25 24 13 Ret 13 24 19 0
Monaco Stéphane Richelmi France CMR 14 15 20 14 17 20 20 23 0
France Nelson Panciatici 20 14 17 20 20 23
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes France CMR 14 15 0
United Kingdom Chris Froggatt
Italy Giorgio Roda
United Kingdom Sky - Tempesta Racing 20 14 19 23 19 22 26 22 0
Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 23 16 18 DNS 18 23 21 21 0
Germany Markus Winkelhock United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT 16 18 0
France Saintéloc Racing 15 15
United Kingdom Finlay Hutchison France Saintéloc Racing 15 15 0
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Austria Dominik Baumann
Germany SPS Automotive Performance 21 17 22 20 24 19 25 25 0
Italy Andrea Bertolini
Belgium Louis Machiels
Italy AF Corse 18 19 21 22 25 25 22 26 0
Australia Jordan Love
Germany Lance David Arnold
Germany SPS Automotive Performance 16 21 0
Switzerland Julien Apothéloz
Austria Klaus Bachler
Germany Allied-Racing 20 26 19 17 0
Austria Max Hofer Germany Attempto Racing 15 14 0
United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou
Macau Kevin Tse
United Kingdom Ram Racing 27 Ret 0
Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
Key
Colour Result
Gold Race winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
Excluded (EX)
White Did not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Withdrew (WD)
Blank Did Not Participate

P - Pole
F - Fastest Lap

Silver Cup

Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Switzerland Alex Fontana Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 3PF 8PF 1P 2F 8F 11F 14P 8 91
2 United Kingdom Frank Bird
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT 24 11 4 7 26 4 3 5 73.5
3 Finland Juuso Puhakka
Colombia Óscar Tunjo
Germany Toksport WRT 7 23 5 10 10 9 6 4P 69.5
4 Switzerland Ricardo Feller Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 1P 2F 8F 11F 14P 8 63
5 Belgium Ulysse de Pauw
France Pierre-Alexandre Jean
France CMR 9 7 3F 5P RetP 16 7 12 60.5
6 France Jim Pla
Russia Konstantin Tereshchenko
France AKKA ASP Team 17 5 6 19 6 Ret 11F 7F 55.5
7 Netherlands Rik Breukers
Argentina Ezequiel Pérez Companc
Spain Madpanda Motorsport 4 13 Ret 9 14 14 4 16 48
8 Chile Benjamin Hites Germany Rinaldi Racing 8 22 Ret 8 11 6P 9 18 45
9 Finland Patrick Kujala Germany Rinaldi Racing 8 22 11 6P 9 18 37.5
10 France Arthur Rougier Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 3PF 8PF 8 20 34.5
11 Germany Alex Aka
Germany Dennis Marschall
Germany Attempto Racing 17 12 13 Ret 13 13 20
12 Denmark Nicolai Kjærgaard
Finland Tuomas Tujula
United Kingdom Garage 59 15 25 24 13 Ret 13 24 19 17
13 United Kingdom Chris Froggart
Italy Giorgio Roda
United Kingdom Sky - Tempesta Racing 20 14 19 23 19 22 26 22 13
14 South Africa David Perel Germany Rinaldi Racing Ret 8 7.5
15 Finland Konsta Lappalainen Switzerland Emil Frey Racing 8 20 6.5
16 Australia Jordan Love
Germany Lance David Arnold
Germany SPS Automotive Performance 16 21 5
Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points

Pro/Am Cup

Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Portugal Henrique Chaves
Portugal Miguel Ramos
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport 23F 16 18PF DNSP 18 23 21PF 21P 103.5
2 United Kingdom Jonathan Adam
Sweden Alexander West
United Kingdom Garage 59 22P 21P 23 21F 21 18PF 23 24 89.5
3 Austria Dominik Baumann
Germany Valentin Pierburg
Germany SPS Automotive Performance 21 17 22 20 24F 19 25 25F 88.5
4 Italy Andrea Bertolini
Belgium Louis Machiels
Italy AF Corse 18 19F 21 22 25P 25 22 26 83
5 United Kingdom Adam Christodoulou
Macau Kevin Tse
United Kingdom Ram Racing 27 Ret 6
Pos. Drivers Team MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points

Team's championships

Overall

Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT
United Kingdom ROFGO Racing with Team WRT
Audi 1PF 2 29.5
2 Germany Toksport WRT Mercedes-AMG 7 1PF 22
3 France AKKA ASP Team Mercedes-AMG 5 3 17
4 Switzerland Emil Frey Racing Lamborghini 2 8 15
5 Spain Madpanda Motorsport Mercedes-AMG 4 13 10.5
6 United Kingdom Jota Sport McLaren 13 4 8.5
7 Germany Attempto Racing Audi 6 12 8
8 France CMR Bentley 9 7 6.5
9 France Saintéloc Racing Audi 26 6 6
10 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 8 22 3
11 United Kingdom Garage 59 Aston Martin 15 21 0.5
11 United Kingdom Sky - Tempesta Racing Ferrari 20 14 0.5
Italy Dinamic Motorsport Porsche 16 20 0
United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini 23 16 0
Germany SPS Automotive Performance Mercedes-AMG 21 17 0
Italy AF Corse Ferrari 18 19 0
Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points

Silver Cup

Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Switzerland Emil Frey Racing Lamborghini 3PF 8PF 28
2 France AKKA ASP Team Mercedes-AMG 17 5 19.5
3 Spain Madpanda Motorsport Mercedes-AMG 4 13 18
3 France CMR Bentley 9 7 18
4 Germany Toksport WRT Mercedes-AMG 7 23 11.5
5 Germany Rinaldi Racing Ferrari 8 22 10.5
6 Belgium Belgian Audi Club Team WRT Audi 24 10 8.5
7 United Kingdom Sky - Tempesta Racing Ferrari 20 14 6.5
8 United Kingdom Garage 59 Aston Martin 15 25 5.5
Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points

Pro/Am Cup

Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points
1 Italy AF Corse Ferrari 18 19F 26
2 United Kingdom Barwell Motorsport Lamborghini 23F 16 24
3 Germany SPS Automotive Performance Mercedes-AMG 21 17 24
4 United Kingdom Garage 59 Aston Martin 22P 21P 19
Pos. Team Manufacturer MAG
France
ZAN
Netherlands
MIS
Italy
BRH
United Kingdom
VAL
Spain
Points

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Car No. 6 entered as Mercedes-AMG Team Toksport and car No. 7 entered as Toksport WRT.

References

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  2. ^ Lloyd, Daniel (23 October 2020). "Endurance, Sprint Cup Calendars Updated; Silverstone Absent". sportscar365.com. John Dagys Media. Retrieved 2021.
  3. ^ "Circuit Ricardo Tormo Valencia completes 2021 GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS calendar". GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS. 11 December 2020.
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  5. ^ a b Lloyd, Daniel (26 March 2021). "Engel, Stolz to Continue in Sprint with Third Different Team". sportscar365.com. John Dagys Media. Retrieved 2021.
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  9. ^ a b c d e f Lloyd, Daniel (29 June 2021). "Allied Porsche, Extra SPS Merc Contribute to 29-Car Misano Grid". sportscar365. John Dagys Media. Retrieved 2021.
  10. ^ a b Lloyd, Daniel (2 July 2021). "Sainteloc Adds Third Audi for Remaining Sprint Rounds". sportscar365. John Dagys Media. Retrieved 2021.
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