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Trophy of the Dunes returns in the hands of Revolution Race Cars

For the second year in succession, a Revolution Race Car has won the Dutch Supercar Challenge Sunday feature race at Zandvoort known as "The Trophy of the Dunes". Richard Morris returned to defend his previous win, this time partnering with Milan De Laet, and the duo delivered when it counted most in the all important Sunday feature race, winning by the slender margin of 0.7 seconds after 60 minutes of racing!

In fact, it was an exceptional result for all drivers, with the team securing a 1st, 4th and 11th in a 30 car strong supercar field, that consisted of GT3s, GT4's and prototypes, driven by a mix of professional and amateur drivers.

The whole weekend was a positive one for the team and all drivers, with brilliant camaraderie being enjoyed by the team as a whole.

Saturday Race

30 GT3, GT4 and prototype race cars took the grid to battle it out for the hour-long race. Revolution Debutant Jim Booth, making a switch from a Radical to Revolution impressed, securing P3 in class and 14th overall. Joaquim Penteado, racing a 500SC for the second time, secured P2 in class and 8th overall, following a massive race long battle with a Porsche and Radical. Richard Morris and Milan De Laet secured their 1st class win of the weekend coming home 3rd overall.

Congratulations to all Revolution drivers who finished race one as follows;

P1 in class and 3rd overall: Morris / De Laet

P2 in class and 8th overall : Penteado

P3 in class and 14th overall : Booth

Sunday Feature Race "The Trophy of the Dunes"

In the all-important Trophy of the Dunes race, the feature race of the whole weekend, all Revolution drivers stepped it up to deliver a brilliant result all round. Close battles were seen throughout the field, but no more so than for the battle for the win, which was secured by just 0.7 of a second after 60 minutes of racing. Well done to Richard Morris and Milan De Laet for their race winning performance!

Congratulations to all Revolution drivers who finished race two as follows;

P1 in class and 1st overall: Morris / De Laet

P2 in class and 4th overall : Penteado

P3 in class and 11th overall : Booth

Next up for the Sports Prototype Cup

Next up for the Revolution European season is Spa and Le Mans on October 13-15 and November 10-12 respectively.

Spa-Francorchamps, October 13-15

The home of the Belgian GP and FIA World Endurance Championship 6h, Spa hosts the Sports Prototype Cup for the third time in five years. Last year's event provided two thrilling races in glorious sunshine on the famous Ardennes circuit. This year the format is:

Friday 13th October

  • 11:00 - 11:40 FP1

  • 15:00 - 15:40 FP2

Saturday 14th October

  • 12:20 - 12:40 Qualifying

  • 15:40 - 16:40 Race 1 - compulsory pitstop

Sunday 15th October

  • 10:20-11:

Solo and two-driver entries are permitted

Le Mans, November 10-12

The Le Mans event will take place on the Bugatti circuit, known for hosting world championships such as MotoGP. To capture the true sprit of Le Mans, we offer a longer 2h race for two-driver entries in addition to the solo driver format.

Friday 10th November

  • 10:00 - 10:25 FP1

  • 14:30 - 15:15 FP2

Saturday 11th November

  • 11:30-11:50 Qualifying

Sunday 12th November

  • 10:00 - 10:40 Race 1 for solo drivers

  • 10:00 - 12:00 Race 1 for two-driver entries with two compulsory stops

  • 14:00 - 14:20 Race 2

  • 16:30 - 16:50 Race 3

All events are open to National as well as International licence holders, but a letter of 'participation for foreign participation' must be supplied from your local governing body, unless your licence already has the permission marking.

Interested in an arrive and drive for the remaining events, then see the proposal below for further details:-



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