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Misano Madness

March 8th 2022 race 3 in the SSRI GT4 Series takes is to the land of pizza, pasta and vino. You guessed it, America uuh i mean Italy. As we are still awaiting for Kunos to finally release some ACC DLCMarch 23rd. Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli consists of 16 turns and is 4.180 km (2.597 mi) long. Pronouncing the full circuit name with a fake Italian accent takes roughly the same time as a lap in a GT4 car. All ingredients are there for an action packed race.

For this round of the GT4 season the event format consisted of 2 30 minute races with no mandatory pitstop and a 20 minute qualifying session. In these shorter sessions drivers are usually less patient and tend to take some more risk. To quote the famous Mario Andretti “If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough.” Time to sit back and enjoy the livestream, this week commentated by Chris Hill with Tom van de Meer behind the camera’s.

Results GT4 Pro Class Race 1

1st place – Lewis Dykes – McLaren 570S GT4 – MOB7 E-sports
2nd place – Kieran Vidago – McLaren 570S GT4 – Simsport Racing International
3rd place – Yanniek Vallenduuk – Chevrolet Camaro GT4 – Team Rocket

Results GT4 Pro Class Race 2

1st place – Lewis Dykes – McLaren 570S GT4 – MOB7 E-sports
2nd place – Kieran Vidago – McLaren 570S GT4 – Simsport Racing International
3rd place – Matt Richards – Ginetta G55 GT4 – Zansho Simsport

Results GT4 AM Class Race 1

1st place – Bas van Melis – Porsche Cayman GT4 – MODE11 Racing
2nd place – Niek Wargers – Porsche Cayman GT4 – MODE11 Racing
3rd place – Gavin Uttley – BMW M4 GT4

Results GT4 AM Class Race 2

1st place – Bas van Melis – Porsche Cayman GT4 – MODE11 Racing
2nd place – Xander Westenberg – Chevrolet Camaro GT4
3rd place – Gavin Uttley – BMW M4 GT4

Congratulations to the podium, the next GT4 race is on the 22nd of March. This time located in the dunes of Zandvoort. We hope to see you there!

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Bas van Melis

Bas van Melis

Admin at Simsport Racing International and passionate sim racer. I have been sim racing for over 10 years and have worked in sales and marketing roles in various branches including motorsports for over 15 years. SSRI's mission is to create a destination for competitive racing online. SSRI - The Place To Race

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