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Thrilling Battles and Weather Challenges at the 2024 British GT Championship in Spa


Jun 25, 2024 #British GT

The Spa round of the 2024 British GT Championship, held on June 22-23 at the legendary Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, delivered a weekend filled with excitement, strategic brilliance, and unforeseen challenges. As the fourth round of the season, it lived up to its reputation as one of the most demanding tracks on the calendar, testing both the drivers’ skills and the teams’ strategies to the limit.

Victory for 2 Seas Motorsport

In the GT3 class, 2 Seas Motorsport emerged victorious, with Kevin Tse and Maximilian Götz piloting their Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo to a well-earned win. Their success was marked by consistent speed, flawless execution of pit stops, and adept handling of the circuit’s notorious twists and turns. The team’s ability to maintain composure and pace, particularly through Spa’s challenging sections like Eau Rouge and Raidillon, was instrumental in securing their top spot​ (Wikipedia)​​ (Motorsport Stats)​.

Impact of Weather Conditions

The race was notably affected by adverse weather, which necessitated a reduction in the race length. The unpredictable Belgian weather added a dramatic twist to the proceedings, making tire choices and timing of pit stops even more crucial. Teams that adapted swiftly to the changing conditions were able to capitalize, while others struggled to keep pace under the challenging circumstances​ (Motorsport Stats)​.

GT4 Class Highlights

Academy Motorsport shone brightly in the GT4 category, with their Ford Mustang GT4 driven by Erik Evans and Marco Signoretti taking the win. The duo’s performance was a masterclass in managing wet conditions, demonstrating superior car control and strategic acumen. Their ability to maintain a strong and steady pace despite the slippery track conditions was key to their victory​ (Wikipedia)​.

Strong Showings and Notable Performances

Blackthorn Motorsport’s Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 Evo also had a noteworthy performance, securing a commendable finish. Meanwhile, Beechdean Motorsport, with drivers Andrew Howard and Jessica Hawkins in their Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 Evo, showed resilience and skill, navigating the race’s complexities and finishing strongly despite the weather disruptions​ (Wikipedia)​​ (Motorsport Stats)​.


The Spa round of the 2024 British GT Championship was a true testament to the unpredictable and thrilling nature of endurance racing. The event highlighted the high level of competition within the championship, with teams and drivers displaying remarkable skill and adaptability. As the season progresses, the performances at Spa will undoubtedly influence the strategies and preparations for the upcoming rounds, keeping fans eagerly anticipating the next races.

For detailed race results and more information, you can visit Motorsport Stats (Motorsport Stats)​.

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