International GT Open rounded off its season with a visit to Monza for a championship deciding weekend of racing. Miguel Ramos and Fabrizio Crestani took the win in race 1 in the SPS Automotive Performance Mercedes-AMG GT3. Championship leaders Albert Costa and Giacomo Altoè brought the Emil Frey Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo home in fourth just ahead of teammates and championship rivals Norbert Siedler and Mikaël Grenier thus maintaining their championship lead into the final race.
In race 2 the positions were reversed, Siedler and Grenier taking third ahead of Costa and Altoè in fourth but it was enough for the championship leaders to maintain their position at the head of the championship and take the title.
On the road it was a double victory for Teo Martín Motorsport with their pair of McLaren 720S GT3 taking P1 and 2. Martin Kodrić and Henrique Chaves came home first, 8.6 seconds ahead of Fran Rueda and Andrés Saravia in the sister McLaren.
Photos by Davide Stori.
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