GT4 European Series champions crowned in Las Vegas

22 October 2019

The 2019 GT4 European Series champions were crowned at the annual SRO Motorsports Group Awards ceremony, held in the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas on Sunday night.

After London and Paris, Las Vegas was chosen as the host city of the awards ceremony. Drivers from Europe, Asia and the USA had gathered on the Las Vegas Strip for an evening full of entertainment and celebrations.

Most of the GT4 European Series champions made the long round-trip to attend the awards ceremony, which also saw Street Art Racing’s Clément Seyler picking up the Sean Edwards Trophy.

Seyler, who won the Am championship together with Pascal Bachmann, "showed the true speed and spirit of Sean Edwards" during the 2019 GT4 European Series. Seyler wins 20 sets of Pirelli tyres to be used next season.

MDM Motorsport’s Alec Udell received his award for winning the GT4 European Series Silver Cup, with Leipert Motorsport’s Max Koebolt joining him on stage to take his award for second place in this year's championship.

Leipert Motorsport’s Luci Trefz and Marcus Paverud were also on hand to collect the Pro-Am Cup winners trophy, as was their team boss Marcel Leipert, who collected the Teams’ winners trophy.

Selleslagh Racing Team’s Jean-Luc Behets and Johan Vannerum, RN Vision STS team owner Marek Zuchowski , CMR driver Eric Mouez and Street Art Racing team manager Damien Hellebuyck joined the stage to collect their respective trophies.



2019 GT4 EUROPEAN SERIES CHAMPIONS AND AWARD WINNERS

Silver Cup

1st Alec Udell and Simon Knap, MDM Motorsport (BMW)
2nd Max Koebolt and Jan Kisiel, Leipert Motorsport (Mercedes-AMG)
3rd Daniel McKay and Benjamin Lessennes, Equipe Verschuur (McLaren)

Pro-Am Cup
1st Luci Trefz and Marcus Paverud, Leipert Motorsport (Mercedes-AMG)
2nd Gabriele Piana and Marius Zug, RN Vision STS (BMW)
3rd Jan Rehnig and Dominik Schraml, Schwede Motorsport (Mercedes-AMG)

AM Cup
1st Clément Seyler and Pascal Bachmann, Street Art Racing (Aston Martin)
2nd Eric Mouez and David Loger, CMR (Alpine)
3rd Jean-Luc Behets and Johan Vannerum, Selleslagh Racing Team (Mercedes-AMG)

Teams’ Trophy
1st Leipert Motorsport (Mercedes-AMG)
2nd RN Vision STS (BMW)
3rd Street Art Racing (Aston Martin)

Awards
Sean Edwards Trophy: Clément Seyler

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Silverstone

8 - 10 May 2020

Circuit Paul Ricard

29 - 31 May 2020

Zandvoort

26 - 28 June 2020

Spa-Francorchamps

23 - 25 July 2020

Nürburgring

4 - 6 September 2020

Budapest

25 - 27 September 2020