Freitag, 30. Juli 2021
Motorsport XLDas Motorsport MagazinVorschau Abonnement
FIA GT1 WM
04./05.06.2011

Silverstone (GB)

Rennen (05.06.2011)

Pos.FahrerFahrzeugZeit
1.Michael Krumm/Lucas LuhrNissan GT-R1:00:27.957
2.Tomas Enge/Alex MüllerAston Martin DB9+ 0.220
3.Mike Hezemans/Andreas ZuberCorvette Z06+ 0.491
4.Stef Dusseldorp/Clivio PiccioneAston Martin DB9+ 2.417
5.Marc Basseng/Markus WinkelhockLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S+ 7.436
6.Bas Leinders/Marc HennericiFord GT Matech+ 10.831
7.Warren Hughes/Enrique BernoldiNissan GT-R+ 13.063
8.Antoine Leclerc/Markus PalttalaFord GT Matech+ 24.117
9.Vanina Ickx/Christoffer NygaardFord GT Matech+ 58.515
10.Nicky Pastorelli/Dominik SchwagerLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S+ 5:52.292
11.Frederic Makowiecki/Maxime MartinFord GT Matech+ 21:41.002
12.Jamie Campbell-Walter/David BrabhamNissan GT-R+ 24:17.496
13.Christian Hohenadel/Andrea PicciniAston Martin DB9+ 24:17.097
14.Dimitri Enjalbert/Michael RossiCorvette Z06+ 24:16.244
15.Stefan Mücke/Darren TurnerAston Martin DB9+ 39:51.455
16.Richard Westbrook/Peter DumbreckNissan GT-R+ 39:51.214

Qualifying (04.06.2011)

Pos.FahrerFahrzeugZeit
1.Tomas Enge/Alex MüllerAston Martin DB91:01:48.056
2.Michael Krumm/Lucas LuhrNissan GT-R+ 1.840
3.Mike Hezemans/Andreas ZuberCorvette Z06+ 18.923
4.Warren Hughes/Enrique BernoldiNissan GT-R+ 26.681
5.Stef Dusseldorp/Clivio PiccioneAston Martin DB9+ 32.758
6.Nicky Pastorelli/Dominik SchwagerLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S+ 55.936
7.Vanina Ickx/Christoffer NygaardFord GT Matech+ 1:21.843
8.Antoine Leclerc/Markus PalttalaFord GT Matech+ 1:41.562
9.Dimitri Enjalbert/Michael RossiCorvette Z06+ 1:50.177
10.Christian Hohenadel/Andrea PicciniAston Martin DB9+ 1:30.012
11.Bas Leinders/Marc HennericiFord GT Matech+ 12:53.467
12.Frederic Makowiecki/Maxime MartinFord GT Matech+ 1:42.030
13.Marc Basseng/Markus WinkelhockLamborghini Murcielago 670 R-S+ 44:58.557
14.Jamie Campbell-Walter/David BrabhamNissan GT-R+ 59:31.124
15.Stefan Mücke/Darren TurnerAston Martin DB9+ 59:04.933
-Richard Westbrook/Peter DumbreckNissan GT-R