24 Hours of Spa (2019)
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Honda's sole factory NSX GT3 Evo could've been a "big challenger" for Spa 24 Hours victory without the lengthy red flag period in the morning hours, believes Bertrand Baguette.
Porsche driver Nick Tandy says the two late cautions in the final half-hour of the Spa 24 Hours “ended” his chances of snatching victory for the ROWE Racing team.
Porsche secured its first victory in the Spa 24 Hours since 2010 thanks to the GPX Racing squad at the end of a disrupted, rain-affected race.
Heavy rain led to the Spa 24 Hours being red-flagged at the 13-hour mark.
The #998 ROWE Racing Porsche 911 GT3-R led the Spa 24 Hours at the halfway point, as heavy rain caused a lengthy safety car period and only nine cars remained on the lead lap.
The Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup points-leading SMP Racing Ferrari held a narrow advantage in the Spa 24 Hours after six hours.
Bentley has hit out at the Balance of Performance for this weekend's Spa 24 Hours after none of its four factory cars qualified in the top 20.
Maro Engel secured pole position for the Spa 24 Hours for the Black Falcon Mercedes squad after edging out Porsche driver Laurens Vanthoor by just 0.017 seconds in Superpole on Friday evening.
The Black Falcon Mercedes squad topped the times in first qualifying for the Spa 24 Hours ahead of the superpole session that determines the first 20 places on the grid.
Toyota LMP1 driver Jose Maria Lopez has dropped out of a planned appearance in the Spa 24 Hours with Audi.
FIA World Endurance Championship GTE Pro title winners Kevin Estre and Michael Christensen will race together in this month's Spa 24 Hours.
Toyota World Endurance Championship driver Jose Maria Lopez will make his Spa 24 Hours debut in a Audi later this month.
Three-time Sebring 12 Hours winner Pipo Derani has filled the final seat in Bentley's expanded assault on the Spa 24 Hours next month.
SUPER GT champion Nick Cassidy will make his Intercontinental GT Challenge debut in the Spa 24 Hours next month.
Nissan refugees Lucas Ordonez and Alex Buncombe will join Bentley's expanded assault on this year's Spa 24 Hours.