Started Saturday, October 13 in the morning by the first qualifying practice, the Super Final of the championship of France Circuits FFSA GT ended Sunday in the late afternoon by delivering its latest verdicts.
The gray sky of Sunday will not have put its threats into effect and the rain, long feared by the organizers, the drivers and of course the public, did not come off the weekend on the Circuit Paul Ricard. It is on a dry track that the GT 4, but also the Peugeot 308, Porsche and Formula 4 have elbowed.
In the FFSA GT category, Pierre Sancinéna and Pierre Alexandre Jean (CMR) won Sunday's Race 2 on the Alpine A 110 after the success of Julien Piguet and Laurent Hurgon aboard the BMW M4 GT4. Team France. Grégory Guilvert, Fabien Michal and Saintéloc Racing become French FFSA GT Champions in the first campaign of the Audi R8 LMS GT4. In the Am category, Rodolphe Wallgren (Ginetta G55 / Speed Car) is crowned, just like AGS Events (Porsche Cayman) in the teams.
In Peugeot 308 Racing Cup, victory of Jimmy Clairet (Pussier Automobiles by Clairet Sport) Sunday during Race 2. Title 2018 in hand for the French driver Teddy Clairet.
In Porsche Carrera Cup, it is Ayhancan Güven (Attempto Racing) who is titled despite his third place Sunday behind the winner of the day Florian Latorre.
Finally, in the F4 category, Pierre Louis Chovet dominated Sunday Race 2 and Ugo de Wilde race 3 but it's really Caio Collet, 3rd in Race 1, 4th in Race 2 and 5th in Race 3, which is crowned champion of France F4. The Winfield Racing School driver is rewarded for his consistency throughout 2018.
The public, once again coming in numbers for this unique weekend, could have enjoyed a great show throughout the weekend, whether on the track or in the paddock.