The countdown to the dispute of the 24 Hours of Spa has begun and as is logical in a test with a payroll of more than 60 cars in GT3, there have been some last minute changes on the grid. In fact, of the 66 cars initials that are still in the entry list, only will compete 64 vehicles, so that the track belgian finally will witness a test in which they will compete 62 cars GT3 and two Porsche 911 Cup national. On the sidelines of the dance of vehicles, there are also some remarkable changes in the list of pilots of some teams.
The two vehicles that have caused low are the Lamborghini Hurricane GT3 #60 of Raton Racing, and the Mercedes-AMG GT3 #131 Black Falcon, which has been reduced in a car its initial program, though none of them will be relocated in the Mercedes #17 in which it competes Miguel Toril, once the last vacancy has been occupied by Marvin Kirchhoffer. Be that as it may, the 62 vehicles remaining, leaving aside the 911 butler, at least six vehicles have some change in its roster of pilots, something which also results in a change of category in any case.
The most notable change is the arrival of André Lotterer in the Audi #5 in a replacement from Will Stevens, car in which he will team with Marcel Fässler and Dries Vanthoor. From there, Francesco Castellacci adds to the Ferrari 488 GT3 #51 to join efforts with Motoaki, Bontempelli and Beretta. In the Ferrari #961 arrives as ‘signing’ star Toni Vilander next to Demerdjian, Rizzo and Minasian. While Dean Stoneman cause low of the McLaren 650S GT3 #59 after breaking his engagement by Strakka Racing, there are two changes of category. Lamborghini #66 and #67 of Attempto Racing change of category after the change of pilots.