New A6-PRO and A6-AM class champions to be crowned in 2019

News | September 30, 2020

A6-Pro and A6-Am class titles to be awarded in the 2019 24H SERIES powered by Hankook for Teams and Drivers in 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents.

CREVENTIC has announced that, additional to the current combined A6 championship, for the first time in the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook, also class champions for Teams and Drivers will this year be crowned for both the A6-Pro and A6-Am categories.
 
This expansion of the A6-Am and A6-Pro Championship, give a lot of teams and drivers in these classes, the opportunity to fight for these champion titles.
 
Currently, GT3 teams entered in either the A6-Pro or A6-Am class at official CREVENTIC events were classified in the championship standings as part of a collaborative ‘A6’ category. This will now be expanded with separate class rankings being brought into effect for A6-Pro and A6-Am teams and drivers across both the 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents.
 
So, the combined A6 standings and points already accrued therein remains unchanged.
 
This restructure comes into immediate effect, ahead of both the upcoming Hankook 24H BARCELONA on 30-31 August – 1 September, and the Hankook 24H COTA USA on 15-16-17 November. The new ‘A6-Pro’ and ‘A6-Am’ category titles for both Teams and Drivers extend to both the 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents title chases.
 
“No need to say, to be the best in class A6-Pro or A6-Am in our 24H SERIES is a really big achievement. So besides class A6 champion it’s logical to crown A6-Pro an A6-Am Champions as well,” explained CREVENTIC’s Gerrie Willems.
 
The amended ranking means that Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha (#11) continues to lead the way in the Overall A6 Teams’ standings in both 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents, having amassed 84 and 54 points respectively. With four wins already under its belt, the Czech outfit now also leads the new A6-Pro class standings in both 24H SERIES Europe and 24H SERIES Continents.
 
Scuderia Praha teammates Jiří Písařík, Josef Král and Matteo Malucelli are similarly on top in the Drivers’ standings for both Overall A6 table and the A6-Pro class. Please note drivers are assigned to the championship category for which their team has been entered in the 24H SERIES powered by Hankook, not according to the individual racing licence each driver holds.
 
In 24H SERIES Europe, the reshuffle means that IDEC SPORT RACING (#17), which currently lies 6th in the overall A6 Teams’ standings, is now 2nd in A6-Pro on 30 points. CP Racing (#85) now leads the new A6-Am ranking on 73 points, Charles Putman, Charles Espenlaub and Joe Foster doing likewise in the A6-AM Drivers’ championship.
 
Over in 24H SERIES Continents, Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha leads the way in both the Overall A6 and A6-Pro class Teams’ standings, Jiří Písařík, Josef Král and Matteo Malucelli doing likewise in the A6-Am Drivers’ championship.
 
CP Racing (#85) and Car Collection Motorsport meanwhile (#34) lie joint-3rd in the Overall A6 Teams’ table and concurrently lead the new A6-Am class ranking. This means eight drivers – Charles Putman, Charles Espenlaub, Joe Foster, Shane Lewis, Johannes Dr. Kirchhoff, Ingo Vogler, Elmar Grimm and Gustav Edelhoff – share the top spot in the A6-Am Drivers’ title chase.

2019 24H SERIES Europe standings (after Portimão)
 
A6 Teams
1. Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha (#11, A6-Pro) – 84 points
2. CP Racing (#85, A6-Am) – 73 points
3. Car Collection Motorsport (#34, A6-Am) – 55 points 

A6-Pro Teams
1. Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha (#11) – 84 points
2. IDEC SPORT RACING (#17) – 30 points
3. Wochenspiegel Team Monschau (#22) – 28 points 

A6-Am Teams
1. CP Racing (#85) – 73 points
2. Car Collection Motorsport (#34) – 55 points
3. Herberth Motorsport (#93) – 54 points 

A6 Drivers
1. Jiří Písařík – 84 points
    Josef Král – 84 points
    Matteo Malucelli – 84 points
2. Charles Putman – 73 points
    Charles Espenlaub – 73 points
    Joe Foster – 73 points
3. Frédéric Ancel – 65 points
    Jean-François Demorge – 65 points
    Gilles Blasco – 65 points

A6-Pro Drivers
1. Jiří Písařík – 84 points
    Josef Král – 84 points
    Matteo Malucelli – 84 points
2. Patrice Lafargue – 30 points
    Paul Lafargue – 30 points
    Dimitri Enjalbert – 30 points
3. Jochen Krumbach – 28 points 

A6-Am Drivers
1. Charles Putman – 73 points
    Charles Espenlaub – 73 points
    Joe Foster – 73 points
2. Johannes Dr. Kirchhoff – 55 points
    Max Edelhoff – 55 points
3. Taki Konstantinou – 54 points
    Jürgen Häring – 54 points
    Edward Lewis Brauner – 54 points

2019 24H SERIES Continents standings (after Portimão)
 
A6 Teams
1. Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha (#11, A6-Pro) – 54 points
2. GPX Racing (#24, A6-Pro) – 36 points
3. CP Racing (#85, A6-Am) – 34 points
    Car Collection Motorsport (#34, A6-Am) – 34 points

A6-Pro Teams
1. Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha (#11) – 54 points
2. GPX Racing (#24, A6-Pro) – 36 points
3. Car Collection Motorsport #88) – 30 points 

A6-Am Teams
1. CP Racing (#85) – 34 points
    Car Collection Motorsport (#34) – 34 points
2. HTP Motorsport (#25) – 29 points
3. Herberth Motorsport (93) – 28 points 

A6 Drivers
1. Jiří Písařík – 54 points
    Josef Král – 54 points
    Matteo Malucelli – 54 points
2. Klaus Bachler – 50 points
3. Jordan Grogor – 36 points
    Nicky Pastorelli – 36 points 

A6-Pro Drivers
1. Jiří Písařík – 54 points
    Josef Král – 54 points
    Matteo Malucelli – 54 points
2. Nicky Pastorelli – 36 points
    Jordan Grogor – 36 points
3. Frédéric Vervisch – 30 points
    Rik Breukers – 30 points
    Dimitri Parhofer – 30 points
    Christopher Haase – 30 points

A6-Am Drivers
1. Charles Putman – 34 points
    Charles Espenlaub – 34 points
    Joe Foster – 34 points
    Shane Lewis – 34 points
    Johannes Dr. Kirchhoff – 34 points
    Ingo Vogler – 34 points
    Elmar Grimm- 34 points
    Gustav Edelhoff – 34 points
2. Martin Konrad – 29 points
    Indy Dontje – 29 points
    Alexander Hrachowina – 29 points
    Bernd Schneider – 29 points
3. Edward Lewis Brauner – 28 points
    Stefan Aust – 28 points
    Klaus Bachler – 28 points
    Klaus Rader – 28 points
    Hans Wehrmann – 28 points

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