Pergusa, the first pole position of the GT Endurance to Comandini-Zug-Spengler (BMW M6 GT3)

The Ceccato Racing drivers set the fastest time computed as the sum of the single lap times posted by the three drivers. In GT4, Neri-Fascicolo-Nilsson OK, Demarchi-Risitano-Barbolini ready in GT Cup. The three hours long race will start on Sunday at 11.

The best time of 4’43.53 obtained as the sum of the times posted by Stefano Comandini, Marius Zug and Bruno Spengler, the BMW M6 GT3 of Ceccato Racing will line up in the pole position at the opening race of the Italian Gran Turismo championship that is underway at the Sicilian circuit in Pergusa. “Good Job – the BMW official driver Spengler, and the 18 years old German Marius Zug commented – It has been a fantastic session, the car was great, the circuit is very fast and particular. We were at ease despite this being our first race here”. “They did it all” added Comandini, who was nervous in the first session as he got a couple of times cancelled due to cut detection at the chicanes.

In the three hours long race scheduled for Sunday at 11 the Italian team will have the Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo (Easy Race) driven by Crestani-Filippi-Greco (Easy Race) next to their car in the starting grid, as the latter were second with a combined time of 4’43.975s, while Drudi-Ferrari-Agostini (Audi R8 LMS-Audi Sport Italia) will start from the second row of the grid due to their time of 4’45.123s, as Amici-Di Folco-Middleton (Lamborghini Huracan-Imperiale Racing), with the young Brit posting the best time in the second session.

The third row will be occupied by the Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo (AF Corse) and the Audi R8 LMS (Audi Sport Italia) respectively driven by Mann-Cressoni (4’45.388), that were the first of GT3 PRO-AM as the Italian went quickest in the first session, and Salaquarda-Basz-Postiglione (4’46.071s). They led the two Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo of Fisichella-Gai-Zampieri (Scuderia Baldini) whose combined time was 4’47.414s and Schreiner-Hudspeth-Fuoco (4’48.657s). The driver from Cosenza was the quickest of the third session and declared: “The best time in the session is dedicated to all the AF Corse mechanics that fixed the car in time for qualifying after Sean’s incident.”

The fourth raw will be opened by another Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo, that of Earle-Perel (Kessel Racing), that were second in GT3 PRO-AM with a combined time of 4’52.345s and by the Lamborghini Huracan (LP Racing) of Perolini-Negro-Veglia (4’52.754s), that were third in GT3 PRO-AM. The Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo (SR&R) of Demarchi-Risitano-Barbolini (5’03.388s) and the BMW M4 GT4 (Ceccato Racing) of Neri-Fascicolo-Nilsson (5’27.388s) will also be at the start of the opening race of the endurance series.

The three hours long race will get underway on Sunday at 11. It will be covered live on TV by ACISPORT TV (SKY 228). The live streaming will be available from, from the Facebook page and YouTube






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