Month: May 2017

Ledermair dominates second race in Zandvoort as well

Podium of season race 4 in Zandvoort 2017 and partner PIRELLI.

After a thrilling race on Saturday at the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort race 4 of  the BOSS GP season 2017 on Sunday had some surprises too. The podium of the FORMULA class however after 14 laps was the same as the day before, Johann Ledermair (Ledermair Motorsport) clearly dominating the grid, followed by Mahaveer Raghunathan (Coloni Motorsport) and Salvatore de Plano (MM International Motorsport). Unfortunately both drivers of the OPEN class, Marijn and Rinus van Kalmthout (both Mansell Motorsport) dropped out of the race early due to a crash and technical reasons.

While Johann Ledermair could defend his pole position in his Dallara GP2 into the first curve, the “Tarzanbocht”, against attacking Rinus van Kalmthout in a Dallara GP2 Evo, who had started from position 2, Marijn van Kalmthout had huge trouble. After his Benetton B197 F1 got hit Kalmthout lost one of his tyres at the start straight, what meant a much to early out for the local hero. Couple of laps under yellow flag and safety car phase were following for the grid, drivers even had to pass the pit lane again, since the straight lane was blocked by rescue operation for Kalmthouts Benetton. “It was not too easy, to avoid overheating of the engines and keeping the tyres on the neccessary temperatures”, Johann Ledermair explained the difficult conditions at the first phase of the race.

Already during the safety car phase Rinus van Kalmthouth, the only left driver of the OPEN class in the grid, had to turn back to the box too, due to technical problems with his Dallara GP2 Evo. So season race 4 turned out to an exclusively FORMULA class race.

 

Crashing on the start straight line directly after the start Marijn van Kalmthout unfortunately dropped out of the race early.

Crashing on the start straight line directly after the start Marijn van Kalmthout unfortunately dropped out of the race early.

 

When the safety car had left and the track finally was open for pure racing again, the “usual suspects” were competing for the podium. Ledermair kept the lead and grabbed P1, driving his best lap time in round 5 with 1:25.591 min. The Austrian was closely followed by Mahaveer Raghunathan, who showed his best lap time in round 10 with 1:27.675 min. The 18 years old Indian was happy with his performance and P2, despite he looked ahead to the next races (Paul Ricard Circuit/France, 10-11/06/2017) directly after the award ceremony. “The start of todays race was not that easy, but everything worked out well. Finally it was a tough race again, but I did my best. The goal was, to increase speed and improve the lap record from yesterdays race. That worked out well, so finally I’m happy with the performance this week and my overall results”, Raghunathan explained.

With a huge smile on his face Salvatore de Plano (MM International Motorsport) climbed onto the podium. After P3 on saturday he defended this position at race 2 and stressed out his great performance this weekend. “The track was a huge challenge to go for. I have never raced in Zandvoort before, so my focus on the track and its characteristics was immense”, de Plano told us after the race and started to rave about the track. “It is amazing, but you have to now the track very well, to have a good race. So I’m really happy with my result this weekend, since I could make it twice onto the podium and didn’t loose to many points in the championship. The car was perfect and I reached my personal goal, to come as close as possible to position 2.” As Raghunathan also de Plano wants to confirm his good shape on the track in Le Castellet at Paul Ricard in June.

 

Champagne in Zandvoort 2017 after season race 4.

Champagne in Zandvoort 2017 after season race 4.

 

The podium was followed by Marc Fagionatto (Zig-Zag) on position 4, Florian Schnitzenbaumer (5., Top Speed), Henk de Boer (6., De Boer Manx), Peter Göllner (7., Speed Center), Christian Eicke (8., Speed Center), PETER (9., Easy Formula) and Karl-Heinz Becker (10., Becker Motorsport). Becker just finished eleven laps, having technical issues in his last lap which forced him to finish the race. “We don’t know yet, what caused the problems. We have to analyse this issue”, Becker told after the race.

The results of season race 4 in Zandvoort 2017.

The results of season race 4 in Zandvoort 2017.

 

Meanwhile winning Ledermair was satisfied with his progess during the race: “After an challenging start I was able, to control the race and bring it home safely. There were some factors, I had to pay my attention especially during the safety car phase, but everything worked out well. So at the end, I’m very happy with that clear win.” Besides and optimum of a race weekend Ledermair and his team take some “homework” back to Austria, they will work on until the next race. “We collected lots of data this weekend, we have to analyze. Of course we wont sit back now, but continue our work and make any effort, to increase the speed further on”, the ambitious youngster is looking into the future.

Happy winner of race 3 and 4 at the race weekend in Zandvoort 2017.

Happy winner of race 3 and 4 at the race weekend in Zandvoort 2017.

Next station for the BOSS GP championship 2017 is set already in three weeks. Circuit Paul Ricard in France, Le Castellet, will be the host with its “GT OPEN & EUROFORMULA OPEN”.

MORE:

Photo gallery race weekend Zandvoort: bossgp.com/gallery/zandvoort-jumbo-racedagen

Report of first race in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/first-race-johann-ledermair-bringing-the-sensation-to-zandvoort

Report of Qualifying in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/qualifying-in-zandvoort-hell-of-laptimes-for-the-van-kalmthouts

Report of second free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/second-free-practice-results-ledermair-and-raghunathan-step-up-the-speed

Report of first free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/first-free-practice-marijn-van-kalmthout-shows-his-class

Detailed statistics of practices and qualifying: Results race 1 Zandvoort 2017.

First race: Johann Ledermair bringing the sensation to Zandvoort

Podium of season race 3 in Zandvoort 2017.

Thinking, a super-fast qualifying was a blast today, one has to find a new superlative for the sensation, that happened at the first race of the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort on Saturday afternoon. Austrian youngster Johann Ledermair (Ledermair Motorsport) was not only dominating the FORMULA class clearly, but also beat local hero Rinus van Kalmthout (Mansell Motorsport) of the OPEN class.

Hoping for an exciting first race at the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort expectations were fulfilled, when Johann Ledermair of the FORMULA class in his Dallara GP2 beat Rinus van Kalmthout of the OPEN class in the Dallara GP1 Evo. While Ledermair set the lap record at 1:24.193 min, Rinus van Kalmthout finished his best lap in 1:24.549 min. Both youngsters enjoyed a clear lead of the grid, topped by a spectacular overtaking of Johann Ledermair in round 10, leading the grid for the last five laps on and bringing P1 home.

„This was a real strong competition. But I think, I managed well throughout the race”, winning Johann Ledermair, who had started from position 3, analyzed his performance after the awards ceremony. “I was able, to take the second position directly after the start, but having still quite a gap to the leading Rinus von Kalmthout. I moved closer step by step, always considering the conditions of the tyres well, got the kick and finally attacked van Kalmthout. While he overtook me back instantly at the first try, I got him at the second time and it was just a “now or never, bring that home”-motivation for me. So finally, I made it and got that victory home.”

Johann Ledermair taking the P1 of season race 3 in Zandvoort 2017.

Johann Ledermair taking the P1 of season race 3 in Zandvoort 2017.

 

So P2 was owned by the youngest driver of the grid, BOSS GP-newcomer Rinus von Kalmthout. Starting from the pole positing and showing the thrilling fight with Johann Ledermair the 16 years old Dutch finished with the overall P2, owning the P1 of the OPEN class.

P2 of the FORMULA class, Mahaveer Raghunathan (Coloni Motorsport), was fine with his podium position so far and a lap record of 1:28.344 min, but not 100% happy: “I could have gone for a better result, if I wouldn’t have been blocked by another driver”, 18 years old Raghunathan was not that satisfied. “I will go for this tomorrow and improve at the race on Sunday”, the P2 from India is more than motivated for season race 4.

Happy with the P3 of the FORMULA class and his first podium position of the season was Salvatore de Plano (MM International Motorsport) with his fastest lap in 1:29.180 min, followed by BOSS GP returnee Marc Fagionatto (Zig Zag) in 1:29.853 min.

Henk de Boer (5., De Boer Manx), Peter Göllner (6., Speed Center), Florian Schnitzenbaumer (7., Top Speed), Karl-Heinz Becker (8., Becker Motorsport) and Christian Eicke (9., Speed Center) completed the ranking. ‘PETER’ couldn’t be classified with a raced amount of just 9 laps, whereas 11 laps would have been necessary for a classification (75% of laps driven by the P1 (i.e. 14)).

On the track in Zandvoort 2017.

On the track in Zandvoort 2017.

 

Meanwhile the OPEN class provided a really clear arrangement: Rinus van Kalmthout on the P1 was just followed by his father, Marijn van Kalmthout (Mansell Motorsport). The experienced driver suffered problems with a tyre in round 5 and was forced to a pit stop. He finished the race with a total of 11 laps on the 11th position, nevertheless ranked in P2 of the OPEN class, since there were registered only two starters in the OPEN class at all in Zandvoort.

Results of race 1 in Zandvoort 2017.

Results of race 1 in Zandvoort 2017.

 

So, after an exciting first race day P1, Johann Ledermair, made a final statement about the key to success for winning the overall ranking at season race 3. “Winning today was also the result of an intensive practice-day on Friday and a lot of work after he second practice”, Ledermair explains. “My team did an incredible great job and put a lot of effort into the car until late into the night. Without them I couldn’t have done the race so well. We completely changed the setup of the car, after having quite a lot of problems during the first practice sessions. We made great progress at the second practice in the afternoon and after still some more changes for the race day we could progress once more for the Qualifying as well as the race.” Ledermairs coach, Oliver Saringer, was as well proud as thrilled about the performance of his Youngster: “It is a fact, that we won the OPEN class with a FORMULA car. That has never happened before”, he made the point.

The podium of the race means starting from pole position for Johann Ledermair in Sundays race. After the thrilling first race in Zandvoort, spectators and fans can look forward to another exciting battle between Ledermair and Rinus van Kalmthout again on Sunday, when the Dutch youngster will start from position 2.

Startgrid of second race in Zandvoort 2017.

Startgrid of second race in Zandvoort 2017.

 

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MORE:

Report of Qualifying in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/qualifying-in-zandvoort-hell-of-laptimes-for-the-van-kalmthouts

Report of second free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/second-free-practice-results-ledermair-and-raghunathan-step-up-the-speed

Report of first free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/first-free-practice-marijn-van-kalmthout-shows-his-class

Detailed statistics of practices and qualifying: Results race 1 Zandvoort 2017.

Qualifying in Zandvoort: Hell of laptimes for the van Kalmthouts

Rinus van Kalmthout, leading the Qualifying in Zandvoort 2017.

What a blast! Rinus and Marijn van Kalmthout (both Mansell Motorsport) dominate the Qualifying at the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort in front of tens of thousands of spectators. Even a drift off the track can stop Marijn van Kalmthout from securing a great position at the starting grid for the first race of the weekend this afternoon.

16 years old Rinus van Kalmthout started fast and got the blast in his third, at the same time last, lap at Qualifying and raced with a best time of 1:23.183 min on pole position for season race 3. His father Marijn van Kalmthout even just got two rounds on the track in Zandvoort, to secure position 2 at the grid for the race on the afternoon with a 1:24.896 min in round 2. After drifting of the track in the third lap, he didn’t return on the track. Both van Kalmthouts go for the OPEN class, racing with a Dallara GP2 Evo (Rinus) and a Benetton B197 F1 (Marijn).

FORMULA class was lead by Johann Ledermair (Ledermair Motorsport) in his Dallara GP2 once more. With a best lap time of 1:25.085 min he will start from position 3, followed by Mahaveer Raghunathan (Coloni Motorsport), who drove a 1:27.671 min best time with his Lola Auto GP. Raghunathan dropped off the track during the last minutes of Qualifying, what finished the qualifying couple of minutes earlier than the scheduled time of overall 30 minutes for the whole grid.

Marijan van Kalmthout on the track in Zandvoort 2017.

Marijan van Kalmthout on the track in Zandvoort 2017.

 

After crashing at the second free practice on Friday afternoon Florian Schnitzenbaumers Top Speed team did a great job, fixing his Dallara GP2 until the Qualifying. The German did well and secured position 5 for the race this afternoon with a best of 1:28.379 min. See the detailed Qualifying results at the attached PDF-file below.

Qualifying results Zandvoort 2017.

Qualifying results Zandvoort 2017.

Overall the Qualifying led to an exciting starting grid for the first BOSS GP race of the weekend at the “Jumbo Race Festival”. Since there are no complaints about the weather with blue sky, full of sun, just a little wind and a great atmosphere by an enthusiastic crowd at the grandstands BOSS GP is looking forward to a great race. Start is scheduled for 3:10 p.m. in the afternoon.

Starting grid first race in Zandvoort 2017, season race no. 3.

Starting grid first race in Zandvoort 2017, season race no. 3.

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Report of second free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/second-free-practice-results-ledermair-and-raghunathan-step-up-the-speed

Report of first free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/first-free-practice-marijn-van-kalmthout-shows-his-class

Detailed statistics of practices and qualifying: Practice and qualifying results Zandvoort 2017.

Second free practice results – Ledermair and Raghunathan step up the speed

Second free practice in Zandvoort 2017.

Second free practice of “Jumbo Race Festival” is done and brought new speed- and lap record by the two Youngsters Johann Ledermair and Mahaveer Raghunathan (both FORMULA Class).    

Johann Ledermair (Ledermair Motorsport) confirmed the good impression of the morning training and even stepped up his speed at the second free training in his Dallara GP2. He scored the best lap time of the session with 1:25.759 min, closely followed by Mahaveer Raghunathan (Coloni Motorsports) in the Lola Auto GP, reaching a best time of 1:26.396 min. Marc Fagionatto (Zig-Zag) on position three of the final training-results is chasing the two youngsters with his Dallara GP2 and received his best lap time in 1:32.508 min.

Johann Ledermair on the Zandvoort track.

Johann Ledermair on the Zandvoort track.

 

Florian Schnitzenbaumer had to leave the practice session after a crash. Fixing the car for tomorrows qualifying and race will be quite a huge challenge and mean maybe a long night for his Top Speed-Team. So we cross our fingers for the best result.

Results 2nd free practice Zandvoort 2017.

Results 2nd free practice Zandvoort 2017.

 

That’s it with the practice day for the BOSS GP grid at the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort. On Saturday (20/05/2017) the start grid takes off at 10:10 a.m. for the qualifying. Drivers then will have 30 minutes on the track, to drive for their position of first race of the weekend, which starts at 3:10 p.m. in the afternoon. Race 2 of the weekend, race 4 of the overall season, is scheduled for Sunday (21/05/2017) at 12:15 p.m.

More:

Report of first free practice in Zandvoort: bossgp.com/first-free-practice-marijn-van-kalmthout-shows-his-class/

Detailed statistics of both practice sessions: Practice results Zandvoort 2017.

First free practice: Marijn van Kalmthout shows his class

First free practice session in Zandvoort 2017.

First free practice of the race-weekend in Zandvoort is history and returnee Marijn van Kalmthout, back on BOSS GP-track after three years break, immediately showed his class.

As expected the grid tested a lot during the first practice. Nevertheless the results of the session show a couple of interesting issues. Marijn van Kalmthout (OPEN class) set the space for the fastest lap with his Benetton B197 F1 in 1:29.255 min, followed by the young Austrian Johann Ledermair (FORMULA Class) in a Dallara GP2 with 1:29.623 min.

As in Hockenheim at the first races of the season, Indian youngster Mahaveer Raghunathan (FORMULA Class) is driving at the top of the grid too, showing his fastest lap at the free practice with 1:31,415 min with his LOLA Auto GP. So he is an aspirant for the podium of the races as well.

Karl-Heinz Becker at the free practice in Zandvoort 2017.

Karl-Heinz Becker at the free practice in Zandvoort 2017.

Another returnee of the BOSS GP Championship after a break of couple of years is Marc Fagionatto. With his Dallara GP2 he drove his best lap time in 1:38.752 min, meaning being at the Top 3 of the FORMULA class.

Back on track as well – Karl-Heinz Becker. “The car wasn’t ready yet for Hockenheim. We look forward, finally to race in Zandvoort”, his team can’t wait for the races at the “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort. Having a long racing history and a lot of experience he started onto the track with his Dallara World Series by Nissan, racing a 1:49,087 min.

Second free training session for the BOSS GP start grid is set at 3:25 p.m. and will last 25 minutes. Since weather conditions, wind and rain, are challenging once more, it’s supposed to be another exciting session for drivers and teams.

Results of first free practice in Zandvoort 2017.

Results of first free practice in Zandvoort 2017.

Start list for Zandvoorts “Jumbo Race Festival by Max Verstappen” is set

Impression of free practice in Hockenheim 2017.

Step 2 of  the BOSS GP Championship season 2017 this weekend (20.-21./05.2017) is coming closer. The start list for the motorsport event in the Netherlands is now set. 

As known BOSS GP is runing an OPEN class and a FORMULA class. Formula 1 and Champ Cars will battle for Championship points in the OPEN class, while GP2, Superleague Formula, Auto GP and World Series by Renault will fight for podium places in the FORMULA class.

Reigning Champion and current leader of the OPEN class, Ingo Gerstl (Top Speed), wont race the track in Sandvoort, as well as Klaas Zvaart, due to technical reasons. But nevertheless spectators can look to an exciting duel on the track, since Marijn van Kalmthout, driver with a long history with BOSS GP and returning after a break of racing, and his son Rinus van Kalmthout, with his first race ever at BOSS GP will be on track in the OPEN class. Rinus van Kalmthout is well known as one of the greatest up-coming race talents in the Netherlands. So his entry race at the BOSS GP championship will be without a doubt an exciting issue to watch out for.

Start-No. Name Team Nat. Make
11 Rinus van Kalmthout Mansell Motorsport NED Dallara
12 Marijn van Kalmthout Mansell Motorsport NED Benetton B197

Eleven drivers will compete in the FORMULA class. Current leader of the class, Johann Ledermair, will be on track, hunting for the next podiums. So this is what the starting field for the FORMULA class in Zandvoort 2017 looks like:

Start-No. Name Team Nat. Make
101 Peter Göllner Speed Center SUI Dallara
111 ‘PETER’ Easy Formula FRA Dallara
115 Mahaveer Raghunathan Coloni Motorsport IND Lola
129 Marc Fagionatto Zig Zag MC Dallara
136 Henk de Boer De Boer Manx NED Dallara
323 Armando Mangini MM International Motorsport ITA Lola
411 Karl-Heinz Becker Becker Motorsport GER Dallara
444 Johann Ledermair Ledermair Motorsport AUT Dallara
555 Christian Eicke Speed Center SUI Dallara
888 Florian Schnitzenbaumer Top Speed GER Dallara
999 Salvatore De Plano MM International Motorsport ITA Dallara

Tens of thousands of motorsport enthusiasts are exptected for the “Jumbo Racedagen” in Zandvoort. BOSS GP will be part of this huge motorsport experience at the track about 30 km in the west of the Dutch capital Amsterdam.

BOSS GP will compete at seven different European venues in 2017, holding 14 races in total. Hockenheim in April meant kick off for the season, Zandvoort will see race 3 and 4 of the BOSS GP season. The followings tracks are Paul Picard (FRA), Zolder (BEL), Assen (NED), Brno (CZE) and Imola (ITA).

More:

Find detailed statistics of last BOSS GP seasons here: bossgp.com/archive

All data about the last BOSS GP race at the Zandvoort Circuit (05/2014) you find here: bossgp.com/race/masters-of-formula-3-blancpain-gt-sprint/

Find all informations about “Jumbo Racedagen by Max Verstappen” on this website: www.circuitzandvoort.nl/en/events/jumbo-familie-racedagen

Timetable for “Jumbo Race Festival” in Zandvoort

Race Dagen in Zandvoort 2017.

The BOSS GP Championship season opener in Hockenheim ist history, the next race weekend is just around the corner. At the coming weekend the “Jumbo Race Festival by Max Verstappen” provides great action for motorsport fans and enthusiasts. Starting on Friday morning with the first free practice, the BOSS GP crew is looking forward to an exciting race-weekend in Zandvoort (NL).

The “Jumbo Racing Days”, driven by Max Verstappen, are a spectacular event from 19/05/2017 (friday) until 21/05/2017 (sunday) at the Circuit Park Zandvoort, about 30 km in the west of Amsterdam, where racingfans will come on pole position. Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen, native Dutch, who gave his name to this event, will give high speed demonstrations with a Red Bull Racing Formula 1 car on saturday and sunday. For Dutch motorsport enthusiasts it’s the only chance, to see Verstappen driving his F1 car in the Netherlands. But his demonstrations are not the only highlight of a packed weekend: BOSS GP will show its season races 3 and 4 on the circuit in Zandvoort, as well as the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Benelux, TCR Benelux and GT & Prototype Challenge will do.

Practice day on Friday, 19/05/2017

The race weekend will begin for drivers and crews with the first free practice on Friday morning at 10:50 a.m. Second free practice will start at the afternoon, 3:25 p.m.

Zandvoort track will be packed full with free practices and qualifyings whole Friday from 10:00 a.m. until ca. 5:30 p.m.

Qualifying and racing day 1 on Saturday, 20/05/2017

10:10 a.m. and 3:10 p.m. will be the dates to watch out for on saturday. Qualifying will be held in the morning at 10:10 a.m, whereas the first race of the weekend will start in the afternoon at 3:10 p.m. The “Jumbo Race Festival” will open its gates in the morning at 9:00 a.m. The programme will close ca. 5:00 p.m., Max Verstappen will have his first presentation at 9:45 a.m.

Racing day 2 on Sunday, 21/05/2017

The second BOSS GP race this weekend will be held on sunday late morning at 12:15 p.m. The overall schedule provides 13 different highlights on sunday, races as well as demonstrations. Programme starts at 9:00 a.m. and is about to finish ca. 5:00 p.m.

As every good racing event – the schedule is always subject to – minor – changes.

You can find the complete timetable of the “Jumbo Race Festival” at the website of the circuit: Time schedule of the “Jumbo Race Festival”.

BOSS GP team will be on track all days and provide plenty of live coverage and updates not only on our website but also on all our social media channels:

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BOSS GP races bringing spectators at pole position.

BOSS GP races bringing spectators on pole position.

Zandvoort second step of season 2017

 

BOSS GP will compete at seven different European venues in 2017, holding 14 races in total. Season kick off was held in Hockenheim and is followed by Zandvoort this weekend. Next tracks will be Paul Picard (FRA), Zolder (BEL), Assen (NED), Brno (CZE) and Imola (ITA).

More:

Find detailed statistics of the current season here: bossgp.com/races

Find all informations about the “Jumbo Race Festival” on this website: www.circuitzandvoort.nl/en/events?lang=EN&slug=jumbo-familie-racedagen

You want to order tickets for the event? Get them here: www.circuitzandvoort.nl/en/events?lang=EN&slug=jumbo-familie-racedagen#event-tab-tickets

Registration-end for Zandvoort on 11th of May

BOSS GP on track in Hockenheim 2017.

First two races of season 2017 are done, the next ones are right behind the corner: The “Jumbo Familie Racedagen”, i.e. the Jumbo Race Festival by Max Verstappen, at the Zandvoort Circuit (Netherlands) will be the venue for race 3 and 4 of BOSS GP Championship 2017. The event will take place from 19th to 21st of May 2017.

About 30 km in the west of Netherlands capital Amsterdam the Circuit Park Zandvoort is awaiting the BOSS GP drivers and teams for two spectacular races. BOSS GP will be an important part of the “Jumbo Familie Racedagen”, which will attract motorsport enthusiasts of all ages. In addition to different demonstrations, e.g. by Formula 1 driver and event name giver Max Verstappen, a couple of races will take place at the Jumbo Days in Zandvoort. BOSS GP will not only race for the next podiums of the season, but also show spectators and fans, what pure motorsport, noise and speed mean. Race 3 of  the BOSS GP season is scheduled for Saturday (20/05/2017), race 4 for Sunday (21/05/2017).

Driver registration for the races in Zandvoort is currently going on and will end next Thursday, 11th of May 2017. Registration can be done online, just follow this link: bossgp.com/registration/zandvoort-2017/

Zandvoort is the second stop of the Championship 2017 season. Seven races all over Europe with stations in Germany, Netherlands, France, Belgium, Czech Republic and Italy will make up the complete 2017 BOSS GP Championship season. First two races of the season are done

The BOSS GP team as well as fans and spectators look forward to an exciting starting grid on the track of Zandvoort!