GT1 review: Merc consistency proves key

GT1 review: Merc consistency proves key

The grids might not have been huge, but as Gary Watkins explains there was some close racing in GT1 in 2012, and the championship was decided by just a single point - in controversial style

There wasn't much on which you'd wager your bottom dollar in the FIA GT1 World Championship this year. Certainly not the basics, like which cars would show up and when, and where the next race was.

But a surefire bet would be on the #38 All-Inkl Mercedes-Benz making a super-speedy start, getting turned around in the pits in double-quick time and then finishing the race.

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