This 6-hour race will be a chance to see the BMW M6 GT3 once again on the track alongside the Dutch chassis of JR Motorsport. Ahead of the Le Mans Asian Series, Saalocin by Kox Racing will debut its Porsche 911 GT3 R for Nico Bronck, Peter Cox and his daughter Stephane. Three Lamborghini Huracan GT3 cars are expected with Leipert Motorsport, ARC Bratislava and LP Racing.
Dynamic Motorsport will be responsible for the Porsche 911 GT3R, entrusted to Klaus Bachler, Marvin Denst and Stanislav Minsky. New Zealanders from EBM Giga Racing will take part in the match with a Porsche shared by Adrian D’Silva, Reid Harker and Johanes Setiawan Santoso. Herberth Motorsport will present a Porsche as only Jürgen Harring has been confirmed in the crew.
After two weeks of 12 Hours in Abu Dhabi, Team AKKA-ASP will present its Mercedes-AMG GT3 for Jean-Luc Poppelic, Jim Pla and Christophe Poret. Mercedes will be the only one at the start of the event. Only one Ferrari 488 GT3 to start with, with Baron Motorsport.
Nine Porsche 911 GT3 Cups (992) are on the entry list, not to mention three 911 GT3 Cups (991).
Two Ligier JS2 Rs are expected, one for the SK Racing team and one for the Spanish team PCR Sport.
The grid reveals five GT4 cars, including the Mercedes-AMG GT4/Dragon Racing from Stuart Hall, Jordan Grogor, Benjamin, Roald and Oliver Goethe. Buggyra Racing will present the young Mercedes-AMG GT4 by Noah Andy.
Entry list is here
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