SPS automotive performance sets sights on second place in the table at season finale

Going into the final round of this season’s Sprint Cup in the GT World Challenge Europe at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, SPS automotive performance has a good chance of taking second place in the PRO-AM championship.
Willsbach – This weekend, SPS automotive performance is at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the climax of the Sprint Cup in the GT World Challenge Europe. Going into the finale, the team and driver Valentin Pierburg (GER) lie third in the PRO-AM class, just 4.5 points off second place. With a good result in Spain, driver and team would have a good chance of climbing into second place in the overall standings.
Dominik Baumann (AUT) returns alongside Pierburg in the cockpit of the #20 Mercedes-AMG GT3. Nick Foster (AUS) stood in for Baumann at the latest round, at Circuit Zandvoort, as a clash with the Nürburgring 24 Hours meant the Austrian was unable to team up with Pierburg in the Netherlands.
As at the event in Magny-Cours, the finale of the Sprint Cup in the GT World Challenge Europe will feature three 60-minute races. Race one starts on Saturday, October 10, at 17:15 (CEST). Races two and three get underway on Sunday, 11 October, at 12:25 and 16:30 (CEST).
Stephan Sohn, team principal SPS automotive performance: “After our good displays in recent races, our goal is obviously to seize second place in the table. However, the field is very strong, as always, and a lot can happen in three races. We will do our best to achieve our goal.”