Imola, Italy – The latest round of the British GT Championship at the Imola circuit was a weekend of high drama and intense racing, showcasing the thrill and unpredictability that makes this series a must-watch for motorsport enthusiasts.

    On Saturday, the #85 Lamborghini Huracán GT3 of Imperiale Racing dominated the opening race, with Philippes Denes and Jack Bartholomew leading from start to finish. However, their victory was short-lived as the car was later disqualified due to being underweight in post-race technical checks.

    Redemption for Imperiale Racing

    Sunday’s Race 2 brought redemption for the Imperiale Racing team, as Denes and Bartholomew once again clinched the win, this time in challenging wet conditions. The race was marked by several incidents, including a crash that brought out the Safety Car, but the #85 Lamborghini managed to hold on and secure a well-deserved victory.

    “The race was not without its own drama, as the #7 BMW M4 GT3 of Ceccato Motors, driven by Jake Dennis and Jens Klingmann, finished a strong second, while the #52 AF Corse Ferrari 296 GT3 of Konsta Lappalainen and Kari Nurmi completed the podium.”

    The British GT Championship is known for its thrilling and unpredictable racing, and the Imola round was no exception. The series continues to captivate fans with its mix of top-level machinery, skilled drivers, and intense on-track battles.

    The next round of the British GT Championship is scheduled for June 10-11 at Snetterton, where teams and drivers will look to continue the excitement and drama that has become the hallmark of this prestigious series.

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