International GT Open: Silverstone Gallery

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The International GT Open in action at Silverstone. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images

At the start of September, the fourth round of the 2019 International GT Open was held at Silverstone.

The double-header saw Emil Frey Racing dominate the Pro class. The duo of Giacomo Altoe and Albert Costa managed to win both races respectively.

In Pro-Am, Raton Racing were victorious in Race 1 thanks to Raffaele Gianmaria and Jiatong Liang. Vincenzo Sospiri Racing claimed the win in Race 2, courtesy of Frederik Schandorff and Tuomas Tujula.

The Sports and You Mercedes AMG GT3 of Antonio Coimbra and Luis Silva also claimed two wins in the Am class.

In the following gallery, Mark Ironman has shared some of his best photos from the event.

A pit mechanic looks on as the battle heats up at Silverstone. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Vincenzo Sospiri Racing service their Lamborghini Huracan during the race. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Despite missing three rounds of the 2019 International GT Open, Senkyr Motorsport are currently fourth in the Teams’ Championship. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Darren Turner made his first International GT Open appearance of the 2019 campaign with Optimum Motorsport. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Teo Martin Motorsport prepare their McLaren 720S GT3. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Emil Frey Racing proved to the class of the International GT Open field at Silverstone. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
The Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo of Ravon Racing achieved a win in the Pro-Am class. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Ombra Racing endured a difficult weekend, after retiring from both races. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
SPS Automotive Performance’s Tom Onslow-Cole and Valentin Pierburg retained their lead in Pro-Am following their two podium finishes at Silverstone. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
The No.17 Teo Martin Motorsport McLaren 720S GT3 of Fran Rueda and Andres Saravia. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Fabrizio Crestani and Miguel Ramos claimed a Pro class podium in Race 1. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Failure to finish Race 2 cost Antonelli Motorsport’s Giuseppe Cipriani the chance to take the lead in the Am Standings. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images
Vincenzo Sospiri Racing celebrate after a hard day of work in the Pro-Am category. © Mark Ironman Motorsport Images

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