The 37th edition of the 24 Hours of Zolder turned into a sporting and extra sporting success. No less than 25,000 spectators watched how the battle between the open Prototypes and the GT cars finally went to the advantage of the latter category. Marc Goossens, Dylan Derdaele, the Dutchman Peter Hoevenaers and the German Kenneth Heyer in a Porsche 991 Cup gave the Limburg based Belgium Racing team their third consecutive victory; for Marc Goossens his fifth win in this Zolder race. The Geel based driver is now one victory away from the record held by Anthony Kumpen, who dropped out of the race early on. Second place went to the favourites in the Wolf GB08 and Belgium Racing rounded off their success on home ground with a third place going to the team’s second Porsche 911.
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