Ginion Boutsen Racing has announced the drivers who will contest in the 2013 Blancpain Endurance Series. Two McLaren 12C GT3s will participate in the championships namely the No. 5 which is in the PRO-AM class driven by Frédéric Vervisch, Koen Wauters and the No. 15 car in the Gentlemen class driven by Marlène Broggi, and Karim Ojjeh.
Ginion Boutsen Racing has achieved the best time of two days of official testing at Paul Ricard ahead of the official race which takes palce on April 14th in Monza. Speaking on this test results, Olivier Lainé, team manager of Ginion Boutsen Racing, said:
This performance is the result of in-depth work done during the offseason and I thank all the team members for their professionalism and dedication. This introduction reinforces the motivation of the team, which is particularly important, but everything remains to be done.
The Blancpain Endurance Series is setting new standards in the world of motorsports, having started in 2011, and the racing series is approved by FIA and complies with rules of the GT3 and GT4 cars. It was formed by the SRO Group and the Royal Automobile Club of Belgium.