• Pierre-Brice Mena

GPX Racing - 2020 racing programme World GT Challenge and IGTC

Updated: Jun 22, 2020

24H Spa

Press Release GPX Racing – 25 February 2020

2020 season presentation, GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup & Intercontinental GT Challenge

GPX Racing is set to take on Europe and the world!

The GPX Racing team is unveiling a double program in the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup and the Intercontinental GT Challenge with 100% Pro teams and reinforced allegiance to Porsche and the 911 GT3 R.

The names of the driver line-ups announced today to race in the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance Cup show the confidence that Porsche has in the team. Crewing the first of the two 911s are works drivers Patrick Pilet, Mathieu Jaminet and Matt Campbell. Romain Dumas, who has scored some of his greatest success in a Porsche, will share the second with Thomas Preining, recently integrated into the Porsche Young Professionals squad, and Dennis Olsen, the 2019 Intercontinental GT Challenge champion at the wheel of a Porsche.

GPX Racing will enter a Porsche 911 GT3 R in the Pro category in the Intercontinental GT Challenge and will announce the names of the drivers at a later date.

The first GT World Challenge Europe Endurance race is scheduled at Monza on 17-19 April. GPX Racing will kick off its season in the Intercontinental GT Challenge in the 24 Hours of Spa, the second round of the series. The Belgian classic will be a particularly important event for the up-and-coming team that will be aiming to defend its title and score points in the two championships in which it’s competing this season.

Contact the team : Pierre-Brice Mena

Mobile: +971 56 766 5471 – Email: pb@gpextreme.com

Press relations: Romane Didier / future racing commm

Mobile: +33 (0)6 10 65 30 16 – Email: futureracing@yahoo.fr

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