This week's episode of Sportscar365's Double Stint Podcast recaps the WEC and ELMS action in Silverstone, as well as IMSA and PWC at Long Beach; RGR Sport by Morand's Bruno Senna calls in to discuss his WEC LMP2 win at Silverstone and we answer a viewer's question. Click Here: http://sportscar365.com/lemans/wec/double-stint-silverstone-recap-bruno-senna-interview-4-19-16/
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Guessing no news on the Camaro and Mustang GT4 cars
would not be surprised if the mercs got some weight added for the race, it’s happened before at previous spa races.
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Hopefully the new split scheduling arrangement will now encourage most teams to enter all of the SprintX and Sprint rounds, but it will be a big disappointment if that does not happen. I’ll still go if there will be a reasonably good entry of more than 20 cars with most brands of GT3 and GT4 cars represented, and presumably races on Saturday and Sunday.
They really can’t be. They presented their GT3 product to SRO. From there, it’s up to the series to ensure the car is within the performance window, then balance it accordingly.
I’m hesitant to say that the balance of the AMG is way off. It’s not as if it has dominated any of the prior Blancpain rounds, and it was bulletproof reliability as opposed to pure pace that saw them lock out the podium at the Nordschleife.
You obviously haven’t been paying attention to how the Blancpain GT Series works lol
The No. 86 AMG-Team HTP Mercedes-AMG GT3 lost pole for the Total 24 Hours of Spa, as the stewards deleted Maxi Götz’ second lap from the Super Pole session.
Götz improved his time while the final sector was under yellow for the stranded No. 58 Garage 59 McLaren 650S GT3 of Shane Van Gisbergen.
Mercedes-AMG confirmed that Götz’s lap time was deleted and as a result the yellow Mercedes should start tomorrow’s race from sixth on the grid.
Clemens Schmid’s non factory supported No. 85 HTP Motorsport Mercedes inherits the pole position.
Several cars are still under investigation, the official results have not been released yet.
I would certainly like to see Bently pull off the WIN !!!
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