GT Open – In Barcelona, Ferrari ends a season to remember

GT Open – In Barcelona, Ferrari ends a season to remember

Bruni and Leo take the drivers’ title
AF Corse champions in Super GT
Kessel Racing gets it done in GTS

Maranello, 4 November - Barcelona staged the final round of the International GT Open series and and all the titles on offer went to Ferrari, who were front runners, destroying the opposition thanks to the excellence of its cars, dominant at all the most important circuits.

A fifth place in Race 1 and a fourth in Race 2 were enough to give Gianmaria Bruni and Federico Leo the title, with 195 points picked up over the year, three more than second placed Nick Tandy and Marco Holzer in the Manthey Racing Porsche. AF Corse came out on top in the Super GT category, confirming the professionalism demonstrated in winning the FIA World Endurance Championship. Ferrari also took the Constructors’ title, beating Porsche by 44 points, in which Kessel Racing also played an important part, to take the GTS class thanks to the consistency of Daniel Zampieri and Michael Dalle Stelle, who enjoyed a truly excellent season.

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