Stefano Comandini, Marius Zug and Jesse Krohn will start the fourth and closing round of the Italian GT Endurance Championship from pole position. The Endurance championship leaders ran three clean sessions with Krohn posting the fastest lap time with a 1:46.897. Starting alongside the pole sitters will be the Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 of Leonardo Pulcini, Raffaele Giammaria and Yuki Nemoto after finishing 0.201s behind.
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The Audi Sport Italia Audi R8 LMS GT3 of Mattia Drudi, Riccardo Agostini and Daniel Mancinelli and the Imperiale Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 of Kikko Galbiati, Giovanni Venturini and Giacomo Altoè will line up on the second row, both proceeding the second Vincenzo Sospiri Racing Huracán GT3 of Danny Kroes, Frederik Schandorff and Tuomas Tujula and the Pro-Am pole sitting Antonelli Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 of Alexander Moiseev and Loris Spinelli.
The fourth row of the grid features the AF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3 Giorgio Roda, Alessio Rovero and Antonio Fuoco and the second Antonelli Motorsport Mercedes-AMG GT3 Francesca Linossi, Daniel Zampieri and Alessio Lorandi, while the Roberto Pampanini, Mauro Calamia driven Dinamic Motorsport Porsche 991.2 GT3R and the Daniele Di Amato, Alessandro Vezzoni RS Racing Ferrari 488 GT3 will start behind. The Pro-Am championship leading Easy Race Ferrari 488 GT3 (Sean Hudspeth/Mattia Michelotto/Matteo Greco) and the second AF Corse Ferrari 488 GT3 (Simon Mann/Matteo Cressoni) make up the sixth row of the grid.
GT4 pole honors initially went to the Andrea Marchi, Mattia Di Giusto and ALberto De Amicis driven Ebimotors Porsche Cayman GT4, finishing ahead of the teammates Paolo Gnemmi, Sabino De Castro and Riccardo Pera in their Ebimotors Cayman GT4, the BMW Team Italia M4 GT4 (Francesco Guerra/Nicola Neri) and the third Ebimotors Cayman GT4 of Marco Talarico, Alessandro Cutrera and “L.M.D.V.”. However, the #525 Ebimotors Porsche was later disqualified, moving the #250 Ebimotors sistercar to pole position and relegating Marchi, Di Guisto and De Amicis to the bottom of the table.
The three-hour long race is set to kick-off tomorrow at 13.20 local time and will be live streamed via Italian GT’s Facebook page.
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