The official partner team Hexis AMR, who will also take part in the FIA GT1 World Championship, will race two GT3 DBRS9s in the pro-Cup category. Car number 3 will be manhandled by French drivers: Pierre Brice Mena, Julien Rodrigues and Yann Clairay. As for the the number 4 car, this will be driven by Henri Moser (CH), Stef Dusseldorp (NL) and Frederic Makowiecki (FR).
The same vehicle will be used by team GPR AMR in the Pro-Am category, with Eddy Renard (BE), Gavin Pickering (GB) and other two yet unnamed drivers behind the wheel.
Eccurie Ecosse will also enter a DBRS9 in the Pro-Am category, with an all-British driver line-up that includes Oliver Bryant, Andrew Smith, Alastair McCraig and Joe Twyman. We have to mention that the team will be making its motorsport retunr after a 20-year hiatus.
As for the Belgian team Speed Love, this will enter a V8 Vantage in the GT4 class, with Christophe Bigourie (FR), Sven van Laere (BE) and Peter van Audenhove (BE) behind the wheel.