On Saturday, after a difficult qualifying session, BMW M Team WRT’s four BMW M4 GT3s started the race in the middle of the grid. At the start, the four cars managed to stay out of trouble and to gain some positions. Rossi, at the wheel of the #46 BMW M4 GT3, made up five positions before the race was interrupted by a Safety Car. Rossi then handed the #46 car to Martin, who had a fantastic drive, and, thanks to several audacious overtakes, managed to bring the car into third position after starting from P15, delivering the third podium of the sprint season for the #46 team. The #32 car of Vanthoor and Weerts crossed the line in fifth.
Sundays’ race was action-packed due to mixed weather conditions. The day started with a good qualifying with the BMW M crews locking out the front row. The #46 BMW M4 GT3 started from pole with Martin at the wheel, followed by Williams, who had finished a sensational qualifying in second on the grid in the #30 car.
All drivers made a great start, with Martin comfortably staying in front. But, after a few laps, heavy rain poured down on the Zandvoort circuit making the track conditions very difficult. A Full Course Yellow procedure followed by a Safety Car neutralised the race for a few laps. After the re-start, Krütten was leading the race with the #30 car and Rossi was in second, while Vanthoor worked his way towards the front from further behind. Until the chequered flag, the slippery track resulted in several position changes. After one hour of exciting racing, it was P2 for Weerts and Vanthoor and P3 plus the titles for Krütten and Williams. Martin and Rossi finished the final race of the season in seventh. Jean-Baptiste Simmenauer and Thomas Neubauer finished the races in seventh and 13th in WRT’s number 31 BMW M4 GT3.