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Old 20 Jun 2004, 17:11 (Ref:1009519)   #1
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french GT championship : Porsche wins in Dijon

Today a Porsche 996 Biturbo won the second race of the Dijon Prenois round in the french super série.

As ever the races were great this week-end.

The car, built by belgian team PSI Motorsport, is driven by Prette and Maximin.It won the race in the last lap.

In the n-gt class, a Diablo (riverside) won the race beating the Porsche.

Here is the championship after 8 of the 14 races :

Dumez-Blanchemain Viper 2 212 points
Thévenin-Bornhauser Viper 8 192 points
Besson-Halliday Viper 10 168 points
Cayrolle-Moureu Viper 3 122 points
Dupuy-Fiat Saleen 7 98 points
Zangarelli-Hernandez Viper 5 82 points
David-Deglise Viper 20 74 points
Beltoise-Lacroix Wasover Viper 11 70 points
Bleygnie-Lagniez Viper 4 66 points
Goueslard-Dupard Ferrari 1 56 points
Romain Bera Porsche 42 points

Next round for europas most exciting GT series in Albi in September.
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Old 20 Jun 2004, 17:12 (Ref:1009521)   #2
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Pic of the start on Jérôme Mugnier's Virage...

Mind to post link to the site instead of linking directly to the pic Nice pic, BTW

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Old 20 Jun 2004, 17:14 (Ref:1009522)   #3
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Clt Num Equipe Pilote1 Pilote 2 Marque (Pos) Groupe Trs Temps Ecart Moyenne Temps Tr Vitesse

1 17 P S I Motosport PRETTE Philippe MAXIMIN Olivier Porsche 996 Bi-Turbo 1 GT 35 1:01:16.633 130.262 1:32.106 9 148.563
2 11 Lease Plan Autovitesse LACROIX WASOVER Stéphane BELTOISE Anthony Chrysler Viper GTS--R 2 GT 35 1:01:16.845 0.212 130.254 1:29.058 17 153.648
3 4 MTO Mirabeau Compétition BLEYNIE Gérard LAGNIEZ Jean Claude Chrysler Viper GTS-R 3 GT 35 1:01:24.766 8.133 129.974 1:32.282 33 148.280
4 10 Force One HALLYDAY David BESSON Bruno Chrysler Viper GTS-R 4 GT 35 1:01:29.641 13.008 129.802 1:31.674 35 149.263
5 2 Larbre Compétition BLANCHEMAIN Jean Luc DUMEZ Sébastien Chrysler Viper GTS-R 5 GT 35 1:02:03.316 46.683 128.628 1:32.794 10 147.462
6 15 Nourry Compétition POLICE Jean Claude CAZENAVE Laurent Porsche 996 Bi-Turbo 6 GT 35 1:02:24.533 1:07.900 127.900 1:33.882 14 145.753
7 28 S R T LEBON Yvan GOOSSENS Marc Chevrolet Corvette CSR 7 GT 35 1:02:26.562 1:09.929 127.830 1:31.703 17 149.216
8 3 MTO Mirabeau Compétition MOUREU Didier CAYROLLE Eric Chrysler Viper GTS-R 8 GT 35 1:02:29.957 1:13.324 127.715 1:32.394 28 148.100
9 36 Riverside DEMIGNEUX Michel DEMIGNEUX Christian Lamborghini Diablo GTR 1 NGT 35 1:02:45.142 1:28.509 127.199 1:33.995 31 145.577
10 32 Nourry Compétition RABINEAU Thierry MOULLIN TRAFFORT Morgan Porsche 911 GT3 RS 2 NGT 35 1:02:46.913 1:30.280 127.140 1:33.499 9 146.350
11 16 PSI Motorsport BERA Romain VANNELET Gilles Porsche 996 Bi-Turbo 9 GT 34 1:00:41.594 1 Trs 127.757 1:30.838 31 150.637
12 6 MTO Mirabeau Compétition BORDAS Alain HERBERT Patrick Chrysler Viper GTS-R 10 GT 34 1:02:00.568 1 Trs 125.046 1:33.842 33 145.815
13 20 D S M DEGLISE Jean Louis DAVID William Chrysler Viper GTS -R 11 GT 34 1:02:18.439 1 Trs 124.448 1:31.766 2 149.114
14 1 Larbre Compétition DUPARD Olivier GOUESLARD Patrice Ferrari 550 Maranello 12 GT 34 1:02:41.917 1 Trs 123.671 1:32.727 31 147.568
15 18 Tillie Compétition TILLIE Philippe CABANNES Georges Porsche 996 Bi-Turbo 13 GT 33 1:01:21.772 2 Trs 122.647 1:36.297 31 142.097
16 19 P S I Motorsport THEVENOT Jean Marc SOURD Marc Porsche 996 Bi Turbo 14 GT 33 1:01:25.842 2 Trs 122.511 1:32.559 33 147.836
17 30 Tarrès Team HAUCHARD Frédéric PORTA Olivier Porsche 996 Bi-Turbo 15 GT 33 1:01:29.179 2 Trs 122.400 1:34.763 16 144.398
18 35 Ruffier Racing MEDICI Roland RUFFIER James Porsche 911 GT3-RS 3 NGT 33 1:01:51.741 2 Trs 121.656 1:34.415 14 144.930
19 12 Red Racing LESOUDIER Gaël SOAVE Thierry Chrysler Viper GTS-R 16 GT 33 1:01:51.901 2 Trs 121.651 1:32.082 28 148.602
20 34 D D O MOUEZ Eric PRUNET Cyril Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4 NGT 33 1:02:02.821 2 Trs 121.294 1:34.390 15 144.968
21 63 Nourry Compétition BOUKOBZA Florian MENARD Julien Porsche 996 Cup 1 C1 33 1:02:11.663 2 Trs 121.007 1:40.045 32 136.774
22 69 B L R T GUITARD Johnny REY André Porsche 996 Cup 2 C1 33 1:02:30.777 2 Trs 120.390 1:39.955 32 136.897
23 31 Ruffier Racing MEDARD Jacques HUGOT Pascal Porsche 911 GT3 RS 5 NGT 33 1:02:40.595 2 Trs 120.076 1:36.915 16 141.191
24 37 Riverside BERTAPELLE Patricia BENTIVOGLIO Christophe Lamborghini Diablo GTRS 6 NGT 32 1:01:52.430 3 Trs 117.948 1:38.685 31 138.659
25 67 S P I D PEYROLES Arnaud RUMPLER Erick Porsche 996 Cup 3 C1 32 1:02:09.625 3 Trs 117.404 1:40.111 29 136.684
26 65 Centre Porsche Lorient ANCEL Frédéric GOUBET Philippe Porsche 996 Cup 4 C1 32 1:02:18.730 3 Trs 117.118 1:39.339 27 137.746
27 66 G C R CLAIRAY Guy LAURIN Jérome Porsche 996 Cup 5 C1 32 1:02:21.086 3 Trs 117.044 1:41.603 29 134.677
28 64 CD Sport DEDOURS Frédéric MAKOWIECKI Frédéric Porsche 996 Cup 6 C1 32 1:02:25.116 3 Trs 116.918 1:39.058 14 138.137
29 77 IMSA - VCA LELIEVRE Frédéric POLETTE Philippe Porsche 996 Cup 7 C1 32 1:02:28.756 3 Trs 116.805 1:42.852 29 133.041
30 14 Red Racing BUCHOUX Nicolas MIGNE Cyrille Porsche 911 GT2 17 GT 32 1:02:34.538 3 Trs 116.625 1:40.283 12 136.449
31 76 IMSA - Challenge 86 DAVID Yannick NARAC Raymond Porsche 996 Cup 8 C1 32 1:02:46.524 3 Trs 116.254 1:39.568 31 137.429
32 78 IMSA - Twin Com MICHEL Jean Pierre BACHELIER Jean Marc Porsche 996 Cup 9 C1 32 1:02:55.425 3 Trs 115.980 1:42.520 28 133.472
33 79 Ruffier Racing LACROIX Pascal LEPREUX Christian Porsche 996 Cup 10 C1 31 1:01:28.679 4 Trs 114.998 1:44.371 28 131.105
34 61 Ruffier Racing OUDIN Jean Paul HASSID Henry Porsche 996 Cup 11 C1 31 1:01:39.360 4 Trs 114.666 1:42.147 13 133.959
35 80 Riverside CHARRIOL Philippe LOGER David Lamborghini Diablo GTR 1 C2 31 1:02:01.761 4 Trs 113.976 1:40.527 26 136.118
36 21 Wieth Racing STEPEC Thierry BALANDRAS Richard Ferrari 550 Maranello 18 GT 31 1:02:35.686 4 Trs 112.946 1:35.473 18 143.324
37 62 Ruffier Racing MALLAT Jean Yves MOINEL DELALANDE Didier Porsche 996 Cup 12 C1 31 1:02:41.265 4 Trs 112.778 1:44.205 14 131.314
38 70 Pilotage Passion NOZIERE Philippe BROUARD Rémy Porsche 996 Cup 13 C1 30 1:01:51.924 5 Trs 110.591 1:45.499 30 129.703
39 82 Lease Plan Autovitesse PAPPOLLA Jean Michel SOMMEREAU Didier Lamborghini Diablo GTR 2 C2 30 1:02:08.677 5 Trs 110.094 1:45.444 25 129.771
40 71 Défi Cup VAISSIERE Eric " GUF " Porsche 996 Cup 14 C1 30 1:02:28.359 5 Trs 109.516 1:43.693 30 131.962
41 68 First Racing TUCHBANT David GIROIX Fabien Porsche 996 Cup 15 C1 29 59:42.154 6 Trs 110.778 1:41.768 25 134.458
42 5 MTO Mirabeau Compétition HERNANDEZ Bruno ZANGARELLI Mathieu Chrysler Viper GTS-R 19 GT 27 51:17.663 8 Trs 120.044 1:33.118 17 146.949
43 83 Lease Plan - Autovitesse BOCCARA Jean Pierre MHITARIAN Michel Lamborghini Diablo GTR 3 C2 17 35:38.137 18 Trs 108.796 1:42.437 9 133.580
44 33 Trans Euro Route SIGNORET Jean Pierre GHISLAIN Thimothée Toyota Bi-Turbo 7 NGT 15 35:55.522 20 Trs 95.222 1:35.145 2 143.818
45 7 D D O FIAT François DUPUY Dominique Saleen 20 GT 13 26:18.973 22 Trs 112.659 1:32.414 10 148.068
46 8 V B M BORNHAUSER Patrick THEVENIN Olivier Chrysler Viper GTS-R 21 GT 2 4:39.497 33 Trs 97.915 2:21.965 2 96.387

The winner on Jérôme Mugnier's Virage

Edited for the same reason than above ; and mind to mention your sources

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Old 20 Jun 2004, 17:43 (Ref:1009570)   #4
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PSI Motorsport - a Finn Markus Palttala drives for them, too, but on BelCar series. He drove the last years final FFSA race in Magny Cours with Romain Bera and won there. His comments of French GT series were very positive afterwards.
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Old 20 Jun 2004, 19:37 (Ref:1009876)   #5
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If you look the first photo it seems a Viper cup.
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Old 20 Jun 2004, 19:46 (Ref:1009902)   #6
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Is this Porsche Turbo similar to the one entered in the LMES?
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Old 21 Jun 2004, 08:12 (Ref:1010416)   #7
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E46, we do have no less than 9 Viper in the championship, but is not at all a Viper cup cos we get one Corvette, i Porsche 996 Biturbo, 2 550 Maranello including the larbre one, plus a Saleen S7 and a Pagani Zonda.

This championship is an huge succes.
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And the nine Viper are engaged by no less than 6 teams !
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5 POrsche 996 sorry
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...and a Pagani Zonda...
Not anymore, I guess.
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Does French GT try to equalize the cars? One would think a Prodrive 550 in the hands of a team like Larbre would mop the floor with older Vipers. Not that the PSI Porsches are bad cars or anything.
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Old 21 Jun 2004, 16:10 (Ref:1010955)   #12
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Clearly SRO and the ffsa want to equalize the cars cos if they do not, we would not have such a great series.

But do not forget that Larbre has lost titles during the previous seasons with viper against team who also had viper.
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Why are there so many Vipers in this series and why are they doing so well compared with the cars in the FIA-GT where the ferraris are dominating the series. I am quite surprised at this. What are the weight requirements and the size of the restrictors for the different cars and the different size engines and amount of valves per cylinder

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Fab has a real shot at the championship!Fab has a real shot at the championship!Fab has a real shot at the championship!Fab has a real shot at the championship!Fab has a real shot at the championship!Fab has a real shot at the championship!
Just to mention how impressive are those FFSA-GT races : 48 cars at the start, and the winner took over the second overall in the middle of the last lap ! Battles everywhere...

A tip to balanced the teams : you've got a time penality if you've two professionnal drivers in the car... it works !
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Clearly they do all what they can to balance the teams.
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