Akkodis ASP Team and its drivers rewarded in 2023!


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Jérôme Policand’s drivers and Team were acclaimed in 2023 by receiving several rewards handed out by the media but also thanks to internet users’ votes. Endurance-info, Sportscar365 and Autosport distributed their prizes.

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• For the second year in a row, Endurance-info named Akkodis ASP Team the best GT team of the year 2023.

Winning titles in the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe in Endurance and Overall (Sprint & Endurance), the Tarn based team received the most votes from the internet users. Sportscar365 also gave the same rave reviews (also for the second year running), highlighting the team's magnificent second place in the 24 Hours of Spa.

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• As for the drivers, Raffaele Marciello took home honours for the second year running, named best driver of the year 2023, by taking (as in 2022) the European GT Endurance (with Jules Gounon and Timur Boguslavskiy) and Overall (Timur Boguslavskiy) titles, handed out by Endurance-info and Sportscar365. The Swiss-Italian was also awarded the FIA GT World Cup title in 2023 by winning in Macau last November. He only just missed out on the European Sprint Cup title (finishing vice-champion), but he was the only driver to be qualified in the Top 3 at every round.

The renowned British magazine Autosport, which lists each year the Top 50 drivers in the world, all motorsports combined (including F1), classified him 34th with a special mention.

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• Jules Gounon, also an Akkodis ASP Team regular in 2023, also received some nice rewards. On the 31st of December, on his birthday, Jules received a very nice gift, having been named French Driver of the year by the readers of Endurance-info, for the second year running.

Jules had a remarkable season, taking the Endurance GT World Challenge Europe title (as in 2022) and that of Intercontinental GT Challenge Champion (vice-champion in 2022). Cherry on the cake, he won the 12 Hours of Bathurst in Australia for the third time in a row.

Chosen best GT3 driver of the year by Sportscar365, he was also classified in Autosport’s Top 50 in 35th place, just behind Raffaele Marciello.

The 2023 season came to a beautiful end, make way for 2024!

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