Jedlinski dominates GT3 Endurance races

Jedlinski dominates GT3 Endurance races

Marcin Jedlinski remains unbeaten in the GT3 Endurance series this season. The Polish driver has won both races so far and he leads the standings with 25 points. He is followed by Gregor Zsigo (16.5 points) and Stanislaw Jedlinski (12 points).

Both Endurance races at Hungaroring and Slovakiaring had one common thing – the same winner in the GT3 category. Marcin Jedlinski dominated in both races, and the Olimp Racing driver now leads the championship standings with 25 points.

Despite Jedlinski’s dominant performance, it is not going to be easy for him for the rest of the year. He has to watch Gregor Zsigo, one of his biggest rivals. The Slovak driver was on a podium in both races. At Hungaroring, he finished in 3rd place, while at Slovakiaring, he took a BMW M6 GT3 together with Dennis Waszek to a final 2nd position. He is now 2nd in the championship with 16.5 points.

Gregor Zsigo is definitely not planning to give up. Photo: Petr Frýba

Marcin Jedlinski also has to count with his teammate and also a father – Stanislaw Jedlinski. Just like him, he is driving a Mercedes-AMG GT3. He was classified in both races in 4th place, and he currently holds 3rd place in the standings with 12 points.

And then there are also David Vršecký and Aliyyah Koloc from Buggyra Zero Mileage Racing team, who also drive a Mercedes-AMG GT3. While they were unlucky at Slovakiaring, where they had technical issues, they showed a lot of potential in the opening round of the season at Hungaroring. They finished in 2nd place, right behind Marcin Jedlinski. They are currently sitting in 5th place in the championship with 9 points in total, just one point behind János Santa in 4th position.

The season continues on June 11-13 in Poznan, Poland. The home race for the championship leader Marcin Jedlinski.

Opening photo: Petr Frýba