Lister is fastest in GT practice at Lausitzring

Bailey and Campbell-Walter were fastest in both of the two practice sessions for this weekend's eighth round of the FIA GT Championship. They improved from a session-topping lap of 1m44.835s in the first session to stay on top of the tables with a lap of 1m42.454s. Works Lister team-mates Philippe Favre and Nicolaus Springer were second fastest in the first session, but fell to fourth in the faster session with a fastest lap time of 1m44.972s

Lister is fastest in GT practice at Lausitzring

Second and third fastest lap times in the second session were set by a pair of Chrysler Vipers, with the Carsport Holland example of Mike Hezemand and David Hart lapping in 1m43.926s and Vincent Vosse and Boris Derichebourg lapping third fastest in 1m44.547s in the faster of the two Paul Belmondo Racing Vipers.

Top Porsche entry at the German circuit was the Freisinger Motorsport 911 GT2 driven by Wolfgang Kaufmann and Bob Wollek, this managing a lap in 1m46.300s, this corresponding to seventh fastest overall.

The N-GT class was headed by the RWS Racing 911 GT3-R of Luca Riccitelli and Dieter Quester, this lapping in 1m47.675s.

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