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.