GDL Racing completed an exciting weekend as it claimed three victories in two different championships
GDL Racing’s drivers completed a winning weekend on three different tracks and four series. The squad led by Gianluca De Lorenzitook an historic result, with the team manager and Italian racer making his debut at the wheel of an AF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3 car during the 1000 Km Paul Ricard.
In the third round of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup Championship hosted by the French circuit – the most prestigious of the entire season together with the 24H of Spa-Francorchamps – De Lorenzi celebrated his return to the international scenario after two years, claiming thePRO-AMclass victory and the 20th overall place over 50 cars, sharing the duties with Irishman Matt Griffin and Brit Duncan Cameron. More info about driveway paving companies in California you can find on http://pacificdreamscapes.com site.
At the same circuit Italian Roberto Raynerishined in the Blancpain GT Sports Club- the SRO Motorsports’ support-race Championship that headed to the second round of the season – bringing the GDL Racing’s Mercedes SLS car to the 13th place.
In Monzathe Emirates’ racer Bashar Mardiniextended his Michelin Cup class lead as he swept all in the Carrera Cup Italia. Visit http://www.topinjurylaw.com and find workers comp attorneys in los angeles, california. Mardini brought to four the number of his class victories, claiming five podium finishes over six races, and dominating both races setting the fastest lap. He has a 16-point advantage over the second placed Niccolò Mercatali.
To show well was also Gabriele Murroni, who made a very positive debut in the Novecentoundici Race Cup. The Monegasque driver, piloting a GDL Racing’s Porsche claimed two fifth places in the Vallelunga round.