Also this year, for the worldwide Gran Turismo competitions, it’s time for the most important race of the year: the Spa 24 Hours. A race that, with the passing of the years, has become increasingly important and legendary, joining recently the Blanpain GT Series with the best GT3 cars in the world. This year, 73 cars are attended on the grid, a record, which will compete on the 7,004 meters of the track that winds through the Ardennes forest, with numerous official teams on-site together with eleven brands for most famous manufacturers in the world.
To defend the colors of Lamborghini there will be also Michele Beretta: the young italian driver, just back from the test he did in Belgium less than three weeks ago and from the most recent experience at Zandvoort in the World Challenge series, is ready to go hunting for win in Silver Cup, adding important points in the championship standings; on the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo managed by FFF Racing Team, Beretta will be joined by Diego Menchaca, Taylor Proto and – for this event – also by Giacomo Altoè.

Michele Beretta: “For me the main target is always to do a very good job and improve the result of the previous year. This year we have already shown that we can stay in the Top 15 and fight for the top positions. Certainly Spa is not the usual 3-hours race, there are a thousand more variables like the weather, but the test session completed here make us positive and gave us the right feedback in order to fight for the Silver Cup win. It will be fundamental to have a good car balance, especially on used tires, and be prepared in case of neutralization to play the right cards in terms of strategy. The team is well prepared, and we are ready to push.

The long weekend in Belgium will start on Thursday 25th July with the first free practice (11:10 am) followed by the pre-qualifying (4:15 pm), qualifying (8:00 pm) and night free practice (9:40 pm). Warm-up on friday before seeing the top 30 compete in the superpole at 7:05 pm. The start of the race is scheduled on saturday at 4.30 pm; the race can be followed full in live streaming on while Eurosport will offer a partial coverage (7 hours,
(Saturday from 4.15 pm to 6 pm and from 10 pm to 11.30 pm while on Sunday from 10:30 am to 11:50 and from 3 pm to 5).