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Tribute to Hexis

20 December 2013

Team story by Raymond Bonnello

4257 days

4257 days between the first qualification and the last race of Hexis Racing.

4257 days between ‘Les coupes de Paques’ of Nogaro 2002 and the Baku World Challenge on November 24th 2013.

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4257 days between the first pole position and the last podium.

4257 days of evolution between the Formula Renault 2000 and McLaren MP4-12C GT3 Including Porsche 996 Cup, Aston Martin DBR9 (GT1) and DBRS9 (GT3)

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4257 days have seen spend more than 50 drivers from 9 different nationalities as Frédéric Makowiecki, Pedro Lamy, Stefan Mücke, Stef Dusseldorp, Olivier Panis …….

4257 days have seen the Hexis Racing leave its imprint all the best circuits in the world (mettre des circuits)

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4257 days while Hexis Racing was once GT1 World Champion (2011) and twice runner-up (2010 and 2012), twice runner-up team and drivers GT3 European Champion (2008 and 2009), runner-up (2006) in the French GT cup.

4257 days have allowed Hexis Racing to glean laurels in all GT championships, French FFSA GT cup, French GT3 Championship, ADAC GT Masters, FIA GT3 European Championship, FIA GT1 World Championship, 24 Hours of Spa Blancpain Endurance Series, Baku City Challenge, FIA GT Series.

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4257 days to become the reference in GT racing, to be the first French private team to have won a world title label FIA circuit, to become the team with the most runs and scored the highest number of points in the GT1 World Championship.

4257 days to be the number one in the heart of fans

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Thank you Michel Mateu creator of the team, Philippe Dumas team manager, all the technical staff, all mechanics and all drivers who have succeeded in these 11 years 7 months 25 days.

Godspeed at all.

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