Hungaroring debuted in the Blancpain GT Sprint Cup

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The Blancpain GT Series enters the final straight in a battle to three assaults, with two races in the sprint and a resistance. With these ingredients lands the category of St├ęphane Ratel at the Hungaroring, a scenario that has never hosted a test of the Sprint Cup and that thanks to it has evolved with the presence of the GT3. All eyes are on Rob Bell as the absolute leader of the category and the Sprint Cup, but if something characterizes the Blancpain GT Series is that anything can happen and more in a path in which there are no previous references.

Few scenarios are more committed to the time of holding major objectives that the track located in Budapest, in the matter of one of the paths more narrow for the championship, something that is counteracted in great measure by the great passion and heat that they always offer the fans hungarians. Be that as it may, the riders will face a path recently paved with a length of 4.381 meters, and has 14 curves. A circuit with three zones more or less rapid linked by forks and bends of 90 degrees and give way to a central sector with several curves linked to it.

As it is logical the rival is the McLaren 650S GT3 #58
Rob Bell and Alvaro Parente
, who are the leaders of the Sprint Cup with
a margin of three points on the pair formed by Christopher Mies and Enzo
Ide within the team Audi Team WRT. There are also not far away Bernd Schneider and Jules Szymkowiak, bet more strong
teams that compete with the new Mercedes-AMG GT3. However, Rob Bell
it is also in the spotlight because it is the absolute leader of the
Blancpain GT Series where leads by 35 points to Maximilian Buhk and Dominik
Baumann
.

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Schedules Blancpain Sprint Cup 2016, at the Hungaroring

Day / Time Session Duration
Friday 26/08 – 10:00 pm Free Practice 1 (Silver & Bronze) 40′
Friday 26/08 – 10:40h Free Practice 1 40′
Friday 26/08 – 14:40h Free Practice 2 80′
Saturday 27/08 – 11:45am Classification 1 15′
Saturday 27/08 – 12:07h Classification 2 15′
Saturday 27/08 – 12:30pm Classification 3 10′
Saturday 27/08 – 17:15h Race Classification 60′
Sunday 28/08 – 09:20pm Warm Up 20′
Sunday 28/08 – 12:30pm Main Race 60′