Stuttgart. At the qualifying race in China’s gamblers’ paradise of Macau, the
The qualifying race, which started 30 minutes late due to technical problems with the start lights, was punctuated by accidents and safety car phases. Bamber and Vanthoor took up the qualifying race from positions three and four and made up one place each in the first lap. The two reigning IMSA champions then proceeded to put the leader under pressure. In the final phase, the two works drivers posted the fastest lap times in their
World sports car champion Estre put in a spirited charge in the No. 912 vehicle. After an accident during practice which required the engine to be swapped out, the Frenchman had to start from the last grid position and made up nine positions over the course of the qualifying race. His teammate Imperatori (No. 911) put in a flawless drive to finish on sixth.
The main race over 18 laps 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, 12 laps
2. Earl Bamber (NZ),
3. Laurens Vanthoor (B),
6. Alexandre Imperatori (CH),
8. Kévin Estre (F),
Full results on https://www.its-results.com/
*911 GT3 RS: combined fuel consumption 12.8 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 291 g/km
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