Bahrain-based 2 Seas Motorsport cruised nabbed the highest prize on the Gulf 12 Hours race, held for the primary time on the Bahrain Worldwide Circuit yesterday.
Ben Barnicoat led the No 33 McLaren 720S GT3 throughout the end line, helped throughout the race by staff mates Martin Kodric and Bahraini co-owner Shaikh Isa bin Abdulla Al Khalifa.
“The staff arrived in Bahrain in early December and we ran a profitable check programme with the 720S GT3, protecting some good mileage and dealing by means of completely different eventualities with the drivers,” staff director Nick Cristofaro informed the GDN.
“The staff ran by means of various completely different programmes, gaining beneficial knowledge which positively helped throughout this weekend.”
With 2 Seas Motorsport acing the GT3 Professional class, Dinamic Motorsport’s No 67 Porsche 911 GT3 received the GT3 Professional-Am class, Kessel Racing’s No 27 Ferrari 488 GT3 topped the GT3 Novice class and Villorba Corse’s No 90 Mercedes AMG completed on the high of the GT4 class.