The titles of the Italian GT Endurance Championship to be awarded in the grand finale of Monza

From tomorrow on, 17 cars will get on track in Monza for the closing act of the season as all classifications are still open and a lot of drivers can still aim to the overall win, to that of GT3 PRO-AM, GT4 PRO-AM and GT4 AM. The three-hours long race will be broadcast live by MS Motor TV (SKy 228), while Raisport will show it recorded.

All is set at the circuit of Monza for the closing act of the season of the Italian GT Endurance Championship. After the await connected to the recent publication of a new Decree-Law, the ACI Racing Weekend is now confirmed in the due respect of the anti-Covid-19 regulations and the Italian GT Endurance championship will name the winners of the overall classification, as well as that of GT3 PRO-AM, GT4 PRO-AM and GT4, AM this coming weekend.

GT3: The classification is quite compact and GT3 is heading to the closing round of the season with a lot of drivers hunting for the overall title and that of GT3 PRO-AM. BMW Team Italia’s Stefano Comandini and his 17 years old German co-equiper Marius Zug (BMW M6 GT3) are on top of the standings and will be joined in this occasion by the Finn Jesse Krohn. Their advantage is just down to two points on Kikko Galbiati and Giovanni Venturini (Lamborghini Huracan). The Imperiale Racing drivers have the advantage of a better situation due to the results that have to be mandatorily discarded and will be joined by the highly experienced factory driver Marco Mapelli. Five points shy of the top are the Ferrari drivers Roda-Rovera-Fuoco in the 488 run by AF Corse. They are followed by Gianmaria-Pulcini, that will share the Lamborghini Huracan of VSR with the Japanese Yuki Nemoto, and that are trailed by Audi Sport Italia’s Agostini-Mancinelli, supported by Mattia Drudi again, that are one point short of them. The title contenders include also the second crew of the Vincenzo Sospiri team Kroes-Shandorff-Tujula, that are 13 points off the lead.

The fight is open also in GT3 PRO-AM as the Ferrari 488 of Hudspeth-Michelotto-Greco (Easy Race) and that of Di Amato-Vezzoni (RS Racing) are in the title fight, while Francesca Linossi (Mercedes AMG GT3-Antonelli Motorsport) supported by Daniel Zampieri and the rookie Alessio Lorandi, and Simon Mann (Ferrari 488-AF Corse) who will have Matteo Cressoni as co-equiper have a bigger gap to the top.

The entry list of the fourth round of the Endurance series is completed by the second Mercedes AMG GT3 of Antonelli Motorsport driven by Moiseev-Spinelli and the Porsche GT3 R of Dinamic Motorsport that will be driven by Roberto Pampanini and Mauro Calamia.




The classification in GT4 PRO-AM is more shaped up as Paolo Gnemmi and Sabino De Castro (Porsche Cayman-Ebimotors) are close to the title after winning all the three races run so far. In Monza, they will be joined by Riccardo Pera, who had to skip the race in Valleunga as he was competing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and should they win, they will all celebrate the title together. This is to say, if BMW allows as behind Ebimotors’ drivers Guerra, Riccitelli and Neri (BMW M4 GT4-BMW Team Italia) have a better situation in terms of discards. The favourite in the title quest of GT4 AM is Luca Magnoni, who will share the Mercedes AMG GT4 of Nova Race with Claudio Formenti, is on top of the charts with the full haul and is followed by Di-Giusto and Marchi (Porsche Cayman). The Ebimotors drivers will be helped by Alberto De Amicis and by a third car that the team led by Enrico Borghi is setting up.




The closing weekend of the Endurance campaign will kick off on Friday with two free practice sessions (at local 10,15 and 13.10) and will continue on Saturday with another free practice session (at 8.30). The three qualifying sessions will follow from 14.45 to define the starting grid of the 3 hours race that will get green lights on Sunday at 13.20. Qualifying and the race will be broadcast live by MS Motor TV (Sky 228), while RAISPORT will show it recorded at 22.45. The live streaming feeds will be available at, Facebook and RAI websites and


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