In a thrilling two-hour British GT race at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit, the #18 2 Seas Motorsport Mercedes of Kevin Tse and Maxi Götz emerged victorious. Starting from pole position, the talented duo maintained an untroubled run to the chequered flag, despite a red flag period early in the race to repair barrier damage.

    The GT4 class saw a maiden win for the #29 Century Motorsport BMW M4 GT4 of Ian Gough and Tom Wrigley, who put in a strategic and resilient performance to overcome the challenges of the day. They finished ahead of the #47 Forsetti Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 Evo, driven by Marc Warren and Will Orto.

    The GT3 race saw a dramatic start, with several incidents unfolding in the opening laps. However, once the safety car and red flag periods had sorted out the field, it was a controlled drive from Tse and Götz to claim the victory, despite a late-race scare when a backmarker failed to see the leader.

    In the GT4 category, the #29 Century Motorsport BMW M4 GT4 of Gough and Wrigley capitalised on their Silver-graded driver pairing’s additional pit stop time to leapfrog their rivals and secure a well-deserved maiden win. The Forsetti Motorsport Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 Evo of Warren and Orto completed the podium in second place.

    The British GT Championship now heads to Donington Park for the next round. With the title battle heating up, fans can look forward to another thrilling weekend of British GT action.

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