SBM Agency on track at Monza in the Italian stage of the International GT Open.
Back on track this weekend SBM Agency committed on the Autodromo Nazionale Monza track in tricolor round of the International GT Open, the European festival reserved for GT3 cars. In 2016, the International GT Open dispute his eleventh season of racing, confirming its leadership among the championships reserved for PRO and Am pilots in Europe. 2016 of the Open has opened at Estoril in Portugal, continued on the legendary track of Spa-Francorchamps, it was the turn of Paul Ricard, Silverstone and Red Bull Ring in Austria. After the stage of Monza, the GT Open will live the final round in Barcelona, with the grand finale scheduled for the first weekend of November, the Catalan track.
SBM Agency in Monza will race with Lorenzo Bontempelli assisted by Beniamino Caccia, pilot gentlemen, already involved in some seasons in the GT Open, as well as in the Italian GT and the Blancpain Endurance Series, all championships where he distinguished for regularity qualities that distinguish it. Bontempelli instead in its rich of victories with the cars covered wheels, also features a GT Open drivers’ title in 2011, when paired with Gattuso he won six successes at the wheel of the Ferrari 458 GT3. In 2013 however the ultimate success eluded him only at the last race in favor of the former F1 Pantano, who are level on points won, won the drivers’ title by virtue of a greater number of successes.
is powered by a Honda engine capable of a power of about 550 horsepower, and is characterized by a body at Monza Bontempelli and Hunting will be at the wheel of the beautiful SCG 003 Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, car designed and built in Italy by Factory Automobili Torino in carbon fiber and by an extremely sophisticated aerodynamics.
Drivers and cars will be on the track on Thursday for a day of testing agreed with championship organizers. Friday then the weekend comes alive with the first free practice session from 11.30 to 12.30. The afternoon will again track the protagonists to two “free” sessions, the first beginning at 15.45 and 16.45 to the checkered flag, while the third and final session will be reserved for the Bronze class riders, will take place from 17.55 to 18.30. Saturday will then be the turn of the qualifying session for the starting grid scheduled from 10.10 to 10.40, while race one will start at 16.30 on the distance of the seventy minutes. On Sunday, the final day of the race weekend will see the riders on the track for the qualifying session from 10.10 to 10.40, while race two scheduled on sixty minutes away will start at 14.15.
The races of the weekend in Monza will be visible on the championship institutional Web-TV at www.gtopen.net.