– Entries Coming in for May 12 – 15 Road America Race
– Entries Now Being Accepted For Round Four at Mid-Ohio, June 23 – 26
– International GT’s Julie Bentley Competitor Contact for All Series Licensing and Race Event Entries
ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin (April 27, 2016) – International GT Round Three takes place at the legendary Road America road course, May 12 – 15, and entry forms for the full weekend event for The Stuttgart Cup and The Maranello Cup can be securely filled out and filed now at https://secure.stuttgartcup.com/.
Road America kicks off a two race stretch for International GT that brings The Stuttgart Cup and The Maranello Cup to a pair of premier and iconic road courses in the Great Lakes region of the United States.
Round Four will be held at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, June 23 – 26, and entries for that event are also now being accepted at https://secure.stuttgartcup.com/.
The provisional event schedule for Road America can be downloaded by clicking here.
The Mid-Ohio event schedule is being finalized and will include a Thursday test day and at least one enduro and two sprint points-paying races that count toward all 2016 International GT championships. A full slate of the usual official practice and qualifying sessions are also on the Mid-Ohio schedule.
International GT’s Julie Bentley is the primary competitor contact to facilitate all entry, licensing and race-event administration needs. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at 770-380-7770.
Among the growing list of confirmed entries for Road America are Norwood Auto Italia Ferrari competitors Steven Hill and Colin Cohen who will be racing in The Maranello Cup series.
Hill drives the No. 33 Ferrari F430 while Cohen wheels his classic No. 81 Ferrari F355.
The Stuttgart Cup has also seen a steady influx of entries for both the Cayman and GT3 classes.
Tom Kievit is coming to Road America in his No. 27 Racelink Cayman S 3.8-liter class car while Bill Riddell will also be in action in his 3.4-liter No. 05 Racelink Cayman S that carries the white-striped livery of a Porsche 918 prototype.
On the GT3 front, Mark Sandridge has entered his Mobil 1-themed No. 255 3.8-liter Porsche 991 GT3 Cup car prepared by Team Salad.
Another recent entrant is Randy Cassling in his CARS-prepared 3.6-liter No. 17 Porsche 996 GT3 Cup.
Chicago’s Ron Rashinski is set for his International GT debut at one of his home tracks. Rashinski will compete in The Stuttgart Cup in his ex-GMG Porsche 997 WC 3.6-liter GT2 prepped by Homewrecker Racing.
About International GT: International GT is a North American racing series that includes three different championships for late model Porsche and Ferrari competitors. Home primarily to sportsman drivers, with the occasional professional driver/coach joining the action in endurance races, International GT annually presents The Stuttgart Cup and The Maranello Cup championships. The Stuttgart Cup includes two classes, one for Caymans and another division that features 996, 997 and other GT3 Cup cars from the last decade. With rare exception, all three divisions compete on track at the same time for individual class honors in their own and exclusive International GT run group at SVRA race events. Most race weekends feature a minimum of one enduro and two sprint “points” races that count toward the season championships. Learn more about International GT at www.IntlGT.com and follow us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/InternationalGT and Twitter @InternationalGT.
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