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Last Updated: 10/10/20 seven: 42pm
Sky Tempesta Racing’s wait for title success continues heading into Sunday’s GT Globe Challenge Europe’s Sprint Cup ending in Barcelona.
The title win for Sky within the Pro-Am Cup could have been secured some time before Sunday’s final race thanks to an excellent level of success so far this season.
But hopes of that final result were at least temporarily dashed upon Saturday with AF Corse Ferrari pair Louis Machiels and Andrea Bertolini coming out on top in the Pro-Am driving their number 52 488 GT3.
That was permitted after Sky’s Pro-Am points head Chris Froggatt suffered misfortune whenever his Ferrari skidded into the tiny rocks at turn five early to the race at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Froggatt and Atmosphere teammate Eddie Cheever III completed a lap down but still authorized fourth-placed points, crucially re-entering area.
The entire winners in a time of 1: 00: 58. 673 were Giacomo Altoe and Albert Costa in vehicle number 163, while Emil Frey teammates Ricardo Feller and Mikael Grenier secured Silver Cup achievement in car number 14.
Heading into the race, Feller’s rain-affected pole position for competition one ensured Emil Frey Lamborghini had secured their third consecutive Sprint Cup pole.
It laid the platform for Emil Frey Racing to steal the particular show and deliver an one-two finish in their Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo, as the fourth and last round of the shorter-race series started with race one in gray and overcast conditions.
Sky, though, can take heart from your fact they had won six from the seven races in the Sprint Mug this year coming into the weekend, along with Froggatt and Cheever III flattering in the drivers’ standings with 4 victories to their name.
The overall and class titles is going to be decided tomorrow, with two a lot more 60-minute races scheduled to take place.