Alessandro Pier Guidi, Come Ledogar and Nicklas Nielsen as soon as once more earned most factors for main the GT World Problem Europe Endurance Cup blue riband after 12 hours, having done so earlier in the race for leading after the six-hour mark.
The occupants of the #51 Ferrari 488 GT3 suffered a setback once they earned a drive-through penalty for a pitlane infraction, however by the beginning of the eleventh hour Pier Guidi was again as much as third behind the #63 FFF Racing Lamborghini Huracan GT3 and the #32 Staff WRT Audi R8 LMS GT3.
That turned second when the FFF Lambo pushed by Marco Mapelli was penalised for a dashing within the pitlane, after which the #51 Ferrari retook the benefit when many of the main automobiles pitted in the direction of the top of the eleventh hour throughout a full-course yellow interval.
Pier Guidi stayed aboard the Iron Lynx automotive and pulled away to the tune of 12 seconds forward of Charles Weerts within the #32 Audi he shares with Dries Vanthoor and Kelvin van der Linde.
The factory-backed Storage 59 Aston Martin Vantage GT3 of Marco Sorensen held third place, an extra three seconds again behind the Audi, whereas the pole-winning #88 ASP Mercedes-AMG GT3 of Daniel Juncadella was the final runner nonetheless on the lead lap in fourth place.
FFF Racing was operating a lapped fifth earlier than Mapelli handed over to Andrea Caldarelli simply shy of the 12-hour mark, selling the #66 Attempto Audi pushed by Christopher Mies to the place.
BMW’s pair of Walkenhorst-run M6 GT3s each dropped out of the operating, with the #35 automotive shared by Timo Glock, Martin Tomczyk and Thomas Neubauer that had been operating third after six hours struggling an finally terminal suspension failure.
The sister #34 automotive of Sheldon van der Linde, Marco Wittmann and David Pittard stopped on monitor with a misplaced of energy.
Porsche’s hopes of a 3rd successive Spa 24 Hours additionally took a blow, with the GPX Racing automotive that had been operating inside the highest 10 dropping properly down the order with steering hassle, and the Schnabl Engineering machine stopping after Michael Christensen slid into the pit wall on the run all the way down to Eau Rouge.
The marque’s highest-placed runner was the Dinamic Motorsport automotive being pushed by Christian Engelhart in sixth place, adopted by the #25 Sainteloc Audi of Christopher Haase and the second of the WRT R8 LMS GT3s of Nico Muller, which got here to a cease within the pit entry earlier on and misplaced round 90 seconds.
Defending race winner Nick Tandy ran ninth in one of the best of the KCMG Porsches, which has already served its necessary four-minute ‘technical pitstop’, whereas the JOTA McLaren 720S GT3 was tenth within the arms of Ben Barnicoat.
The #90 Madpanda Motorsport Mercedes continued to move the Silver Cup classification in 14th general, whereas the Professional-Am class was led by the #93 Sky Tempesta Racing Ferrari.