Strong GT contingent in Condroz


In addition to the strong poster at the Rally2’s, the GT’s can also be expected to be spectacular in the Condroz Rally. Due to an error in the previous press release, not all tenors were mentioned, but the poster does look very strong. 

Rallye du Condroz. 2021 Kroon Oil Belgian Rally Championship. Shot by Sam Tickell for

The field is led by Cédric Cherain, who returns to the start with the Porsche 997 GT3, which earned him a brilliant 4th place overall in the East Belgian Rally. If the weather gods don’t bring too much rain, he will undoubtedly be able to mix between the Rally2’s in Huy too. In any case, Cherain, together with navigator Damien Withers, is aiming for the Belgian title in RGT this year. 

After a sublime duel in the Rally of Wallonia, where they both set the fastest time overall, Gunther Monnens dominated his home race, the Sezoensrally in Bocholt. On the smooth stages of the Condroz Rally, Monnens, at the wheel of a 991 GT3, once again competes with Cherain. 

The third winner with a Porsche 991 GT3 is Romain Delhez, who had to retire very early in the East Belgian Rally due to problems with the transmission. Delhez won the South Belgian Rally earlier this year and he is eager for a top result. 

In the RGT championship, Henri Schmelcher is in second place, a position he is eager to defend with his 991 GT3. Chris Vandamme, third in the standings, is also present with his well-known orange Alpine A110 RGT. We are also curious about the times of regional driver Steve Rousselet, who will drive the ex-Delhez Porsche 997 GT3 together with David Bomblet in the 48th edition of the Condroz Rally. 

There is certainly no shortage of spectacle with this series of fast GTs, which form a nice target for the fast BMW M3 E30 of Pieter-Jan Maeyaert.