Carlos Andres Ladines wrote team history yesterday. The Peruvian, who substitued for Andrew Waring, finished third in Race 3 of the 2016 World GT series! He qualified in the Top 10 and held P8 during most of the race. Diego Carranza qualified further back on the grid, but was able to steadily gain positions during the race. Both drivers benefited from the fact that the Ferraris had to do one pitstop. In the end, Carranza finsihed P11, his second consecutive point scoring position. Ladines, who, in the build up to the race stated “that he was not comfortable with the track at all”, finished P3 in his first race at GPVWC. Congratulations!
The next race will be at Spa on the 28th of April.