Stuttgart. The best
The qualifying on the fast street circuit in Asia’s gambling paradise was red-flagged twice. For Bamber and Vanthoor, who had turned the fastest laps in free practice on Thursday and Friday, these interruptions proved unfortunate. The two
The reigning World Sports Car Champion Estre experienced a difficult qualifying session. The Frenchman, whose 500 hp
The qualifying race over twelve laps gets underway on Saturday, 16 November, at 13:05 hrs local time (6:05 hrs CET). The main 18-lap race takes off on Sunday, 17 November, at 12:25 hrs local time (5:25 hrs CET).
Sebastian Golz (Project Manager
Earl Bamber (
Laurens Vanthoor (
Alexandre Imperatori (
Kévin Estre (
1. Raffaele Marciello (I), Mercedes-AMG GT3, 2:15.669 minutes
2. Dries Vanthoor (B), Audi R8 LMS, 2:15.972 minutes
3. Earl Bamber (NZ),
4. Laurens Vanthoor (B),
9. Alexandre Imperatori (CH),
14. Kévin Estre (F),
Full results on https://www.its-results.com/
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