Lithuanian Spanish-licensed driver Andrius Zemaitis, that won the last season's GT4 Bronze champion in the Supercars Endurance Series, has already confirmed that he will return to the Supercars Endurance by Hankook in 2022.
Zemaitis, who took the wheel of a Porsche 981 Cayman GT4 assisted by the Spanish ProGT team based in Malaga became GT4 South series champion in 2020 in his first season, has undergone a visible evolution in the past season, culminating in winning the competitive title in the last round of the 2021 season.
It looks like the Lithuanian will not be the only driver at the controls of a Porsche Cayman in the Supercars Endurance by Hankook which kicks off on 14/15 May at Jarama and will bring together on the same grid cars from the GT4, GTC and TCR classes, dream cars whose BoP (balance of performance) was defined by the organisers to provide very similar paces.
More news in terms of team and driver names participating in Supercars Endurance by Hankook will be announced in the coming days.
Each round of Supercars Endurance by Hankook, which will be streamed live on social media, will consist of two 45-minute races with a mandatory pit stop.