69th edition of the 24 Hours of Spa, one of most famous races in the world. 63 GT3 Cars on the starting grid, 34 teams, and 24 Hours of Non Stop action.
1st Hour: Saturday 4:30pm
Games begin for the 63 GT cars. For the first time since the 24 Hours of Spa have been part of the Blancpain GT Series, a Ferrari will start from pole position. James Calado with the #55 Ferrari 488 GT3 of Kaspersky Motorsport marked the fastest-ever lap of a GT3 car on the Spa track with the superb time of 2'17.390.
2nd Hour: Saturday 5:30pm
Fisichella now sits with 11 second lead over Estre with Rast, Buhk and Mies finishing out the top 5. While one prancing horse leads another takes a drive through penalty, #72 SMP Ferrari was caught breaching track limits.
3rd Hour: Saturday 6:30pm
After a forced pit stop due to an accident the entrance of the saftey car resumes the race.
4th Hour: Saturday 7:30pm
The #117 Porsche earns a 3 minute stop and go for an unsafe pit entry and Bentley Racing shows off their hill climbing skills.
5th Hour: Saturday 8:30pm
After four hours, Calado James of Kaspersky Team continues to hold the lead.
6th Hour: Saturday 9:30pm
Giancarlo Fisichella takes the reigns of his Ferrari 488 and continues his team's lead of the 24 Hours of Spa, but GTR Grasser Lamborghini is just a mere 4 seconds behind.
7th Hour: Saturday 10:30pm
Safety car conditions: the pit stops have promoted the #8 Bentley into the frontrunner.
8th Hour: Saturday 11:30pm
The lights are shining and the engines roaring. Life at Spa is anything but relaxing. Drive-through penalty for the car #43 for causing a collission with the #912 Porsche.
9th Hour: Sunday 12:30am
Six manufactures in the top 10: Mercedes, Lamborghini and Audi are the top three.
10th Hour: Sunday 1:30am
Racing resumes: Caldarelli leads Abril, Calado, Vervische, Meadows and Nico Mueller.
11th Hour: Sunday 2:30am
The top four: Calado, Vervisch, Mueller and Christensen.
12th Hour: Sunday 3:30am
After the Saftey Cars conditions Engelhart remains the leader.
13th Hour: Sunday 4:30am
Schiller (HTP Motorsport) grabs the lead from Fisichella, but neither have make their technical stops.
14th Hour: Sunday 5:30am
Full Yellow Conditions again, with a few crews taking advantage of the moment for some quick pits.
15th Hour: Sunday 6:30am
9 hours to go and Dominik Baumann takes the lead with his Mercedes-AMG GT3.
16th Hour: Sunday 7:30am
Dominik Baumann of HTP Motorsport drops out of the top 10 from 7th due to a penalty in the pit stop infringement.
17th Hour: Sunday 8:30am
7 hours to go. Michael Meadows is the new leader with AKKA ASP Mercedes
18th Hour: Sunday 9:30am
Estre in the #117 Bernhard Porsche moves ahead of #98 ROWE BMW, but the lead is now firmly in the hands of Raffaele Marciello with AKKA ASP Mercedes.
19th Hour: Sunday 10:30am
We'e passed the 400 lap mark. Could we see these #Fit4GT cars surpass last years 531 record?
20th Hour: Sunday 11:30am
AKKA ASP Mercedes still holds the lead with driver Edoardo Mortara.
21st Hour: Sunday 12:30pm
The #25 of Audi Sport Team Sainteloc is 15 seconds behind team AKKA, but gaining fast.
22nd Hour: Sunday 1:30pm
The countdown to the 24th hour of Spa continues with the end in sight, but on another track things are just starting to heat up. Scuderia Ferrari begins their battle for the Pirelli Hungarian Grand Prix podium.
23rd Hour: Sunday 2:30pm
Audi Sport Team Sainteloc and Bentley Team M-Sport: head to head.
24th Hour: Sunday 3:30pm
Audi Sport Team Sainteloc #25 wins the 2017 Total 24 Hours of Spa, 13 seconds ahead of Bentley #8, with AKKA ASP #90 rounding out the podium.