Taking place at Magazine London, right across the River Thames from Canary Wharf, London’s financial district, the Awards evening brought together the entire SRO family of championships; including the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe powered by AWS, Intercontinental GT Challenge, the Asian and American GT World Challenge arms, plus FFSA French GT, British GT and the GT4 European Series.
The hundreds of attendees were treated to music and light shows across the evening, before the prize-giving itself got underway.
Saintéloc Racing enjoyed a stellar night, with Erwan Bastard and Roee Meyuhas picking up their Silver Cup champions trophies, alongside the ones they also won in French GT. NM Racing Team’s Lluc Ibañez and Enzo Joulié were present to collect their second-place silverware, as were PROsport Racing duo Mike David Ortmann and Hugo Sasse.
New Pro-Am champions Jean Luc Beaubelique and Jim Pla collected their awards alongside the Akkodis-ASP Team, as V8 Racing’s Kenny Herremans and Dante Rappange scooped second and Saintéloc’s Gregory Guilvert and Fabien Michal third.
Mikhail Loboda and Andrey Solukovtsev were crowned Am class champions in their W&S Motorsport Porsche, ahead of Akkodis-ASP Team Mercedes-AMG driver Mauro Ricci and AGS Events Aston Martin duo Julian Lambert and Wilfried Cazalbon.
Amongst the teams, Saintéloc Racing collected its trophy for winning the Silver standings, while Akkodis-ASP Team took both Pro-Am and Am honours.
The GT4 European Series returns for the 2023 season at Monza in Italy, on April 22-23.