Bodemer Auto et AKKA-ASP en pole dans le Gers

Under the Gers sun, the first two pole positions for the 2021 season in French FFSA GT Championship came back to Alain Ferté (Alpine A110 GT4 n ° 35 – Bodemer Auto) and Jim Pla (Mercedes-AMG GT4 n ° 87 – AKKA-ASP).

Dominator of the Pro-Am category, Alain Ferté offered himself the Q1 from Gers and the pole on Sunday by setting the best time in 1’32’732, 0 “125 ahead of Enzo Joulié (Mercedes-AMG GT4 n ° 74 – CD Sport), who for his part took pole in the Silver Cup and 0” 169 ahead of Paul Evrard (Mercedes-AMG GT4 n ° 88 – AKKA-ASP) .

Romain Leroux hoists his Aston Martin Vantage GT4 n ° 7 – AGS Events in fourth position ahead of Nelson Lukes (Ginetta G55 GT4 n ° 23 – K-Works). In Am Cup, Pascal Huteau dominates the category with the Audi R8 LMS GT4 n ° 5 – Fullmotorsport ahead of Didier Dumaine (Aston Martin Vantage GT4 n ° 161 – AGS Events).

In Q2, Jim Pla (Mercedes-AMG GT4 n ° 87 – AKKA-ASP), aligned in Pro-Am, came to dislodge Vincent Beltoise (Alpine A110 GT4 n ° 13 – Mirage Racing) in two stages, by signing the reference in 1’32 “136, 38 thousandths ahead of Beltoise.

Gaël Castelli confirms the good performance of Mirage Racing by hoisting the Alpine n ° 222 in third position at 0 “197 and precedes Simon Gachet (Mercedes-AMG GT4 n ° 81 – AKKA-ASP). Valentin Hasse-Clot finished 5th with his Aston Martin Vantage GT4 n ° 7 – AGS Events and takes pole in Silver.

In Am Cup, Christophe Hamon (Audi R8 LMS GT4 n ° 5 Fullmotorsport) allows his team to sign the double in these qualifications. The two FFSA GT races will take place on Sunday and Monday from 1:50 p.m. and will be watched live on our website.

Ranking Q1:

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