The International GT Open will have an extravagant season finale at Circuit de Barcelona this weekend. Not only is there a heated battle for both overall and Pro-Am championships, but four guest entries will also appear to compete.
Those four are headlined by the addition of the Reno Racing Honda NSX GT3 Evo. The Spanish round marks only the second appearance of the Honda brand in International GT Open, which will see Reece Barr make his FIA GT3 debut alongside Jens Reno Moller. The next entry is the Claude-Yves Gosselin and Marc Rostan driven golden Boot Ginion Racing Lamborghini, who will join the track alongside the Mauro Ricci, and Jerome Policand driven Mercedes from AKKA ASP Team. Of course last but not least is the Balfe Motorsport McLaren, who took the Pro-Am title three years ago and return with Shaun Balfe and Rob Bell at the helm.
The championship will come right down to the wire, as only 8 points seperate championship leaders Henrique Chavez/Miguel Ramos from second placed Louis Prette/Vincent Abril, while Salih Yoluc/Charlie Eastwood can’t be counted out as third, only being 20 points behind. Pro-Am is a similar story, with Marcelo Hahn one point ahead of second placed Christian Klein/Patryk Krupinski. Third placed Nick Moss, fourth placed Joe Osborne and fifth placed Bredan Iribe/Ollie Millroy are all within 14 points from the championship leader.