LMC - 05/12/2019 - Sophie LIGER
32 cars entered the season and covered 56 466km, 9079 laps in the 5 countries that the championship visited. All the six track lengths cumulated is equal to 46.626km, Le Mans being the longest with 13.629km and Barcelona the shortest with 4.655km.
Dexter Müller was the quickest drivers of the 2019 season with a top speed of 303.4km/h at the wheel of the n°54 SPS Automotive Performance Mercedes AMG GT3 in Monza.
DKR Engineering secured in Portimão its third title in a row with the n°3 Norma M30 of François Kirmann and Laurents Hörr.
In GT3, Kessel Racing, Giacomo Piccini and Andrea Pianezzola retained the title with their Ferrari 488 GT3 n°8.
The Michelin Le Mans Cup will have now a winter break to come back in 2020 for another thrilling season.