They took a subscription in second place. Patrick Pilet, Matt Campbell and Mathieu Jaminet spent a few hours main the IGTC championship throughout the Kyalami 9 hours, after they occupied second place within the race, behind the untouchable Honda. But a gradual puncture pushed the Porsche again to sixth place. Coming as much as third because of the storm initially of the final hour beneath full course yellow, she hoped to see the race restart.
“We could have put back the green flag” reacted Pierre-Brice Ména, the crew principal. “It was very moist, however that’s the essence of the race. When there are a lot of amateurs using I can perceive, however right here all of the drivers are world class. “
The trio lastly ranks second within the championship, as within the GT World Challenge Endurance Cup, the place that they had missed the title for a second.
“We are clearly pissed off” continues Pierre-Brice Ména. “Once once more, we bow with out having the prospect to have the ability to struggle on the finish. We hold a bitter style within the mouth. But we all know that motorsport is extra usually tough than straightforward. “
Looking again, the supervisor retains the optimistic facet of the race. “I believe we now have confirmed that we’re environment friendly. We lacked a bit in qualifying however earlier than the puncture we had been forward. Matt Campbell particularly did an distinctive stint like at Le Castellet “
And then the construction primarily based in Dubai permits Porsche to win the constructors’ title. “We are happy with the work of the team, we are really happy to help Porche win this important crown. One of the two objectives has been fulfilled.”
It may have gone up in smoke when the GPX Racing and Dinamic Motorsport vehicles fought to the contact. “It was a bit hot yes. Some people may have had their suspenders pulled up, we had to calm them down but the race DNA is coming back at a gallop, it’s difficult to contain them.”
Over the whole season, GPX Racing has turned a nook. A shock winner of the 24 Hours of Spa in 2019, the crew managed two professional vehicles within the GT World Challenge and one within the IGTC. “With our two second locations, we now have the impression that we’re lacking out on one thing, however we now have confirmed that we will be current in all races. Succeeding in successful in these championships so powerful was a problem so we’re completely satisfied. It solely feeds our ambition. “
GPX Racing is now heading to the 24 Hours of Dubai in January and the Asian Le Mans Series in Abu Dhabi.