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Abdulaziz Al Faisal drove the #2 Mercedes-AMG across the finish line after completing 606 laps of the 5.39km Dubai Autodrome
After four hours, last year’s Dubai race winners Herberth Motorsport are leading outright with the Porsche 911 GT3 R (#991
Lamborghini factory driver Mirko Bortolotti set a new qualifying record lap time of 1m56.716s around the 5.390 kilometres long Dubai Autodrome.
Daniel Allemann, Alfred Renauer, Robert Renauer and Herberth Motorsport are the inaugural Champions of the Continents
The first 14 hours of the inaugural Championship of the Continents are held from 09.00 till 23.00 hrs on Saturday
Open for GTs, touring cars and 24H Specials, the race at the Circuit Of The Americas in Austin, Texas, is the final round of Creventic’s new-for-2017 ‘Championship of the Continents’
Matteo Malucelli qualified quickest for the season finale of the 2017 24H Series
The focus on the 24H Portimão is the battle for the titles in the 2017 24H Series
Tomorrow, the race will be resumed, during overnight, cars will be kept under parc fermé conditions
This marks the first time the German outfit has taken the top spot in qualifying in the 2017 24H Series
A total of 42 cars and drivers and teams from 24 different nationalities are expected for the race at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari at the 12h Imola.
Herberth Motorsport won the 24 hour encounter at the French Riviera for the second consecutive time
The provisional entry list includes 30 teams with GTs, touring cars and 24H Specials
Daniel Allemann crossed the line to take the team's second victory of the season
In the closing stages of the first part, the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 from locally based team kept the upper hand in a thrilling battle with the Herberth Motorsport Porsche 991 GT3 R
Italian Matteo Malucelli lapped the 4.318 kilometre Grand Prix circuit in 1:28.755 minutes to score the second consecutive pole position for the Czech team
2015 FIA World Endurance champion Brendon Hartley won the first 24-hour race of his career as Herberth Motorsport swept to a comfortable victory in the Dubai 24 Hours.
Italian Andrea Caldarelli lapped the 5.403 kilometre Automotodrom Brno in 2:00.035 minutes and is pole position for the 24H Epilog Brno
Daniel Allemann crossed the finish line after having done 591 laps, covering a total distance of 3.452,62 kilometres on the 5.842 kilometre circuit at the French Riviera.
Three different manufacturers were present on this year's podium.
No less than 66 teams will be taking part in the race at the circuit in the beautiful hills of Tuscany.