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The '''2019 Rolex GT Super Series season'''
The '''2019 Rolex GT Super Series season''' the fourth season of GT racing sanctioned by the [[World MotorSports Group]], with Rolex remaining as title sponsors for a second season. [[Chris Winter]] returned with [[Racing Team Solvalou]] to defend the Driver's, Team's and Manufacturer's championships. However, he would now be partnered by [[Morgan Le Fay]], as Winter's [[2018 Rolex GT Super Series season|2018]] partner [[Einar Ármannsson]] returned to [[Formula One]].
Latest revision as of 01:27, 1 December 2019
|2019 Rolex GT Super Series season|
|Start date||March 10|
|Start Event||Round of Brazil|
|End date||November 3|
|End Event||Round of Japan|
|Driver's champion|| Chris Winter |
Morgan Le Fay
|Team's Champion||Racing Team Solvalou|
|Manufacturer's Champion||Aston Martin|
|Independent Driver's Champion|| Melanie Bourne |
Marie Alberta Luisa
|Previous season||Next season|
The 2019 Rolex GT Super Series season was the fourth season of GT racing sanctioned by the World MotorSports Group, with Rolex remaining as title sponsors for a second season. Chris Winter returned with Racing Team Solvalou to defend the Driver's, Team's and Manufacturer's championships. However, he would now be partnered by Morgan Le Fay, as Winter's 2018 partner Einar Ármannsson returned to Formula One.
|Team||Car||Tires||#||Starting Driver||Second Driver||Rounds|
|Aoi Formula Group [?]||Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT||05||Nathan Scott||Mai Tokugawa||8, 12-13|
|GB Racing [?]||Ferrari 575 GTC||9||Michael Rohnstock||Jean-Maxime Bachot||3, 5, 8, 10, 13|
|Czechmate Motorsport [?]||Ferrari 550 Maranello||17||Phil McCracken||Natalia Pavlovskaya||3-4|
|Wulfric Wombesi||6, 9|
|Tsuchigami no Kyojin [?]||Saleen S7-R||18||Shouta Sakai||Meiling Huang||8, 12-13|
|Antegra Ayari Autosport [?]||Saleen S7-R||50||Raymond Dupuis||Mattias Gafner||3-4, 9-10|
|Toshio Race Team [?]||Ferrari 575 GTC||66||Yuya Kurosawa||Ryota Saito||12-13|
|Team Astana Motors [?]||Ferrari 575 GTC||70||Nikov Time||Lorenzo Mancini||5, 8, 11|
|Minarae [?]||Ferrari 550 Maranello||77||Andrea Massini||Joao Cavalcanti||4-5, 8-10|
|Lynxe Development International [?]||Chevrolet Corvette C5-R||78||Maria Rodriguez||Weiss von Koenig||4-8|
|Jameson Brothers Racing [?]||Saleen S7-R||86||Ryan Jameson||William Jameson||6-7|
|Date||Track||Fastest Driver||Fastest Team||Fastest Time||Main Article|
|February 16||Bahrain International Circuit||Nathan McKane||Ravenwest Motorsport||1:49.702||2019 GT Super Series Pre-Season Test|
|February 17||Jacques Malenfant||Carson Speedworks||1:49.351|
- 1 - The duo of Rhys Davies and Tomo Kazama finished first at the Molson GT Gatineau but were excluded from race results after a investigation into the legality of the Ford GT GTM found they did not adhere to the series's technical regulations. After an appeal was rejected, the duo of Joey Alliot and Jacques Malenfant were declared the overall winners.