Gulf Racing demonstrates endurance qualities of the Gallardo FL2 GT3 in the 24h of Dubai
Gulf Racing fielded a Gallardo FL2 GT3 developed and built by Reiter Engineering in the tenth running of the Hankook 24 hours of Dubai, the opening round of the 24h Series 2015. The team competed with drivers Jamie Campbell-Walter, Stuart Hall, Frederic Fatien and Roald Goethe in the A6-Am class for GT3 cars and gentlemen drivers.
During the opening stages, the quartet drove clean and consistently and were able to establish themselves in the top 10 in class. As darkness fell over the Dubai circuit, they started their march to the front of the class. In the eighth hour of the race, the Gulf Racing Gallardo FL2 GT3 ran in fifth place and survived a difficult night in this position without a single problem. Even various Code 60 phases caused due to accidents around the circuit didn’t put them off their stride.
The sunrise spurred on the Gulf Racing Crew as they moved up yet another position not only in the their class. They were also able to overtake cars crewed predominantly by professional drivers in the GT3 Pro class and were already classified in the overall top 10.After over 1,800 kilometres at race pace, the Gallardo FL2 GT3 finally saw the chequered flag on Sunday afternoon in eighth place overall and fourth in the A6-Am class, and in doing so once again proved that the Reiter Engineering developed GT3 is successful and reliable in endurance racing alongside it numerous sprint race victories.