The 2019 Italian GT Endurance at the Circuit of Mugello has ended with a class victory for Iron Lynx. In the Italian F4 Championship, Amna Al Qubaisi was fighting for a position to score points and has obtained a 13th position overall.
The debut line-up composed of Deborah Mayer, Claudio Schiavoni and Sergio Pianezzola won the GT Light competition with the Ferrari GT3, also reaching the top 10 ranking overall. At the end of the Italian GT Endurance, the team from Cesena saw Luca Demarchi’s third place in the series confirmed – he did not race in Mugello (Florence). The F4 witnessed the young driver Amna Al Qubaisi’s constant positive growth, becoming a protagonist of a very tight position battle among as many as 28 one single seater.
Brand new line-up for the Iron Lynx Motorsport Lab in the Italian GT Endurance championship at Mugello (Florence) with the Ferrari 458 GT3.
Deborah Mayer, Claudio Schiavoni and Sergio Pianezzola will race at the final round of the Italian GT Endurance championship with the Ferrari 458 GT3 in class Light. On the same weekend 4-6 October – on the Tuscan racetrack – Iron Lynx Motorsport Lab’s young driver Amna Al Qubaisi will be at the starting line for the penultimate round of the Italian F4 Championship with the colours of Abu Dhabi Racing.
A two-faced weekend distinguished the MLMC and ELMS championships for the Iron Lynx and Iron Dames crews at Spa Francorchamps (Belgium).
Sergio Pianezzola and Giacomo Piccini with the Ferrari 488 of the Kessel Racing team stood on the top step of the podium of the GT3 class in the fifth round of the Michelin Le Mans Cup, thereby gaining the first position of the championship. A fourth and fifth-place class finish for Frey-Gatting-Gostner and Pianezzola-A. Piccini-Perel with the Ferrari 488 GTE in the European Le Mans Series endurance race.