From 38th on the grid to 15th overall and P2 in class!
Read the full race report inn the press release published by Hal Prewitt.
For the number lovers: funny statistics from this year ENEOS 1000 km race
Number of teams: 44
Number of drivers: 149
Number of countries, presented: 13 (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Byelorussia, Russia, Australia, USA and UK)
Youngest driver: Ignas Brusokas (“Siuskpigiau.lt-Zaibelis” team, “Honda Integra”) – 18 years
Oldest driver: Dirk Shultz (“Cor Euser Racing” team, BMW 120D) – 74 years, oldest in “ENEOS 1000 km” race history
Most popular manufacturer: BMW – 20 cars
Most successful manufacturer in the history: Porsche – 9 victories
Most successful driver in the history: Jonas Gelzinis – 5 victories
Best lap: (1 min 11,490 sek.) made by Jeroen Bleekemolen (“General Financing-Autopaslauga by Pitlane” team, “Porsche 991 GT3 Cup“) on 3rd lap of the race.
Cumulative distance, covered by all teams: 27716 km
Fuel burned during the race weekend: 15733 liters (1994 liters of diesel, the rest is petrol)