Panta Racing has reached an agreement with GT4 South European Series to be the official control racing fuel of the series in 2019.
The series organized by Race Ready with the SRO Motorsport Group support will have its second round of its inaugural season next weekend at the Circuit del Jarama.
Established to offer the teams and drivers a trustworthy and high-quality racing platform, the GT4 South European Series sought the best fuel solutions in the market and struck a deal with Panta Racing Fuel.
With on-site sales, the Panta fuel is a leading product in motorsport, offering high-performance and reliable fuels at a very competitive price, allowing teams and drivers to have a first-class product available without raising their season budgets.
“Panta Racing Fuel is a pioneer brand in many ways and the challenge of the competition is on its DNA. We believe in Race Ready and in the GT4 South European Series’ success, therefore our involvement is logic as we share the same values,” said Miguel Praia, Head of Panta Portugal. “We believe in the future of the GT4 category because of its affordability, competitiveness and car manufacturers involvement. For the engines that will be on the grid we elected the Panta NS fuel used in the International GT Open, FIA WTCR, F3, Porsche Supercup, etc”.
Diogo Ferrão, CEO of Race Ready, added “We were looking at an official fuel supplier which could offer us performance and quality without putting pressure on the budgets. Panta Racing Fuel assures us quality, performance, reliability and on site support for a very good price that will please everyone. It’s a pleasure to add another partner to the series and, on top of it, a partner like Panta Racing Fuel.”
The series promoted by Race Ready in partnership with SRO Motorsports Group kicked off at Nogaro, in the Coupe de Pâques. The next round will be held at Jarama, on June 15th-16th, and will visit three other circuits – at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Autódromo Internacional do Algarve and Circuito do Estoril.
All GT4 South European Series races will be broadcasted on TV – live in Portugal, Porto Canal, and delayed in Spain, Teledeporte – and will be streamed live on the series’ social media.