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Frédéric Vervisch finishes ninth in 3 Hours of Monza

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The Belgian driver Frédéric Vervisch (Audi) finished ninth on Sunday in the 3 hours of Monza in Italy. It was the first round of the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance.

The European GT3 Endurance Championship started on Sunday with the Monza 3h. Due to the heavy rain, the cards were heavily rearranged.

Of the participating Belgians, Vervisch was the one who performed best. He finished ninth together with the German Markus Winkelhock and the Brit Finlay Hutchinson. They finished 26 seconds behind the winning Porsche, driven by Matteo Cairoli / Klaus Bachler / Christian Engelhart (Italy / Austria / Germany).

Charles Weerts and Dries Vanthoor (Audi WRT), supported by the South African Kelvin van der Linder, were among the big losers of the opening race. They were favorites, but had to give up due to a flat tire.

Louis Machiels (Ferrari), the fourth Belgian to participate in the race, finished 29th in the general classification and 6th in the Pro-Am class with Italians Lorenzo Bontempelli and Andrea Bertolini.

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