2021 Facts & Figures

2021 Facts & Figures

4 - Jim Pla set the fastest race lap on four occasions this season. Driving for AKKA ASP, the Frenchman posted the quickest time at Monza, Circuit Paul Ricard, Zandvoort and Barcelona. Eight other drivers set a single fastest lap each in 2021. 

7 – Fabien Michal and Grégory Guilvert took seven wins on their way to a dominant Pro-Am class title for Saintéloc Racing. The Audi duo's success included a clean sweep of victories on home turf at Circuit Paul Ricard.  

9 - A total of nine brands were represented on the 2021 grid. Four came from Germany (Audi, BMW, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche), two from Britain (Aston Martin and McLaren), while there was one each from France (Alpine), Japan (Toyota) and the United States (Chevrolet). 

12 - Across all three classes, a total of 12 teams secured a race win this season. Saintéloc Racing was the most successful with seven victories, followed by Team Fullmotorsport (6), Allied Racing and United Autosports (both four). Nine squads earned multiple wins, while three secured a single triumph.

13 - Audi was by far the most successful brand across all three classes, earning a total of 13 race wins in 2021. Porsche was next with seven victories, followed by Mercedes-AMG (5), McLaren (4) and Toyota (3). BMW and Aston Martin each secured two victories.

16 - The smallest margin of victory came at Monza, where the leading Am Cup cars was separated by just 16 thousandths of a seconds in race 1. The #3 CMR Toyota earned the win in a photo finish.

30 - The biggest winning margin of 2021 came at the very last race of the season, where the #22 Allied Racing Porsche finished 30.550 seconds clear of the #17 V8 Racing Chevrolet to capture a dominant Silver Cup victory. 

46 - The opening round at Monza produced the biggest grid of the season, with a bumper field of 46 cars taking the start at the Italian track. 

107 - Michael Blanchemain and Christophe Hamon were crowned Am Cup champions with time to spare, putting the title beyond doubt at the Nürburgring. Driving for Audi squad Team Fullmotorsport, the French duo concluded the campaign 107 points clear of their closest rivals.   

315 - A total of 315 laps were completed during the 2021 GT4 European Series season, adding up to 1689.63 kilometres between Monza, Circuit Paul Ricard, Zandvoort, Spa, Nürburgring and Barcelona.

2009 - By taking the Silver Cup crown Bailey Voisin and Charlie Fagg became the first British drivers to secure a GT4 European Series title since Joe Osborne, who clinched the championship in 2009 at the wheel of a Ginetta.   

2022 - Next season's GT4 European Series will once again see the championship played out over six double-header rounds, including continuing events at Circuit Paul Ricard, Spa and Barcelona. Imola and Misano return to the calendar, while Hockenheim will be a new addition to the schedule.