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Gustas Grinbergas
Gustas Monza 52.jpg
Grinbergas at 4h of Monza 2019
NationalityLithuania Lithuanian
BornGustas Grinbergas
(2003-03-24) March 24, 2003 (age 18)
Vilnius, Lithuania
Asian Le Mans Series career
Debut season2019–20
Current teamRick Ware Racing
Car no.52
EngineNissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8
Co-driverCody Ware
Starts3
Championships0
Wins2
Podiums3
Poles0
Best finish2nd in 2019/2020
Finished last season2nd
Previous series
2019European Le Mans Series
Awards
2019/2020Asian Le Mans Series Rookie of the Year

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Gustas Grinbergas (born March 24, 2003) is a Lithuanian racing driver. Racing sportscars in the European Le Mans Series and Asian Le Mans Series

Racing career[edit]

Karting[edit]

Started karting in 2010, his best achievement was finishing second in the Rok Cup International Final in the Junior Rok Class in 2016

Sports car racing[edit]

In 2019 Gustas graduated from karting to the European Le Mans Series with Oregon Team. After a late call up to the Asian Le Mans Series, Gustas, partnered up with Cody Ware won 2 races and took home the championship with the #52 crew.

European Le Mans Series[edit]

2019
After a promising start to the 2019 season with a pole position and a 4th place finish at the Circuit Paul Ricard, the rest of the season didn't go Oregon team's way, a brake fire at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza retired the car at the team's home race, at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya while the car was recovering from a gearbox issue Gustas was hit from behind and the team was forced to repair the car. During the Silverstone Circuit race the car had an engine issue which forced the team to retire yet again, after a contact with a GT car by Gustas' teammate at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps the team lost a lot of time and couldn't produce a good result, at the final round at the Algarve International Circuit Gustas' teammate was involved in a big lap 1 collision which ended the teams' race.

2020
For the 2020 ELMS season Gustas did not have a seat, but he got a last minute call up to replace a driver at the Le Castellet 240 in BHK Motorsport. Gustas put the car in 7th on the grid, but when he got into the car at the end of the race the car was a few laps down and they finished 10th. For the 4h of Monza Gustas Raced with RLR M Sport, together with Malthe Jakobsen and James Dayson they were the fastest car on average in pracitce, but after starting in P2, James spun and was stuck in the gravel. Gustas's and Malthe's efforts could only drive the car back up to P9.

Asian Le Mans Series[edit]

A Monday night call up to replace Mark Kvamme in the Rick Ware Racing #52 for the second round of the Asian Le Mans Series turned out to be a great decision by the team as the #52 dominated at The Bend Motorsport Park bringing home the win in LMP2 AM and 5th place overall, with this win Gustas became the youngest driver to win an Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO)-sanctioned race[1][2] The team won again and sealed up the championship for the #52 car and Cody Ware at the Sepang International Circuit. At the final round of the season at the Chang International Circuit Gustas and Cody finished second behind the sister #25 car, which gave the #25 second place in the Championship [3]

  1. Zalavari, Michael (January 12, 2020). "G-Drive Racing By Algarve Take Inaugural 4 Hours Of The Bend". Daily Sportscar. Retrieved January 12, 2020.
  2. "Grinbergas Becomes Youngest Ever ACO Rules Race Winner". DailySportsCar.com. January 13, 2020. Retrieved January 13, 2020.
  3. "AWARDS CEREMONY - 2019/2020 ASIAN LE MANS SERIES".

Motorsports career results[edit]

European Le Mans Series results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 Rank Points
2019[1] Oregon Team LMP3 Norma M30 Nissan VK50VE 5.0 L V8 LEC
4
MNZ
Ret
CAT
10
SIL
Ret
SPA
7
ALG
Ret
12th 20
2020[2] RLR MSport LMP3 Ligier JS P320 Nissan VK56DE 5.6L V8 LEC SPA LEC
10
MNZ
9
ALG 30th 3

Asian Le Mans Series results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Make Engine 1 2 3 4 Pos Points
2019–20[3] Rick Ware Racing LMP2 Am Ligier JS P2 Nissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8 SHA BEN
1
SEP
1
CHA
2
2nd 68

Gustas Grinbergas[edit]

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Gustas Grinbergas
Gustas Monza 52.jpg
Grinbergas at 4h of Monza 2019
NationalityLithuania Lithuanian
BornGustas Grinbergas
(2003-03-24) March 24, 2003 (age 18)
Vilnius, Lithuania
Asian Le Mans Series career
Debut season2019–20
Current teamRick Ware Racing
Car no.52
EngineNissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8
Co-driverCody Ware
Starts3
Championships0
Wins2
Podiums3
Poles0
Best finish2nd in 2019/2020
Finished last season2nd
Previous series
2019European Le Mans Series
Awards
2019/2020Asian Le Mans Series Rookie of the Year

Amazon.com Logo.png Search Gustas Grinbergas on Amazon.

Gustas Grinbergas (born March 24, 2003) is a Lithuanian racing driver. Racing sportscars in the European Le Mans Series and Asian Le Mans Series

Racing career[edit]

Karting[edit]

Started karting in 2010, his best achievement was finishing second in the Rok Cup International Final in the Junior Rok Class in 2016

Sports car racing[edit]

In 2019 Gustas graduated from karting to the European Le Mans Series with Oregon Team. After a late call up to the Asian Le Mans Series, Gustas, partnered up with Cody Ware won 2 races and took home the championship with the #52 crew.

European Le Mans Series[edit]

2019
After a promising start to the 2019 season with a pole position and a 4th place finish at the Circuit Paul Ricard, the rest of the season didn't go Oregon team's way, a brake fire at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza retired the car at the team's home race, at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya while the car was recovering from a gearbox issue Gustas was hit from behind and the team was forced to repair the car. During the Silverstone Circuit race the car had an engine issue which forced the team to retire yet again, after a contact with a GT car by Gustas' teammate at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps the team lost a lot of time and couldn't produce a good result, at the final round at the Algarve International Circuit Gustas' teammate was involved in a big lap 1 collision which ended the teams' race.

2020
For the 2020 ELMS season Gustas did not have a seat, but he got a last minute call up to replace a driver at the Le Castellet 240 in BHK Motorsport. Gustas put the car in 7th on the grid, but when he got into the car at the end of the race the car was a few laps down and they finished 10th. For the 4h of Monza Gustas Raced with RLR M Sport, together with Malthe Jakobsen and James Dayson they were the fastest car on average in pracitce, but after starting in P2, James spun and was stuck in the gravel. Gustas's and Malthe's efforts could only drive the car back up to P9.

Asian Le Mans Series[edit]

A Monday night call up to replace Mark Kvamme in the Rick Ware Racing #52 for the second round of the Asian Le Mans Series turned out to be a great decision by the team as the #52 dominated at The Bend Motorsport Park bringing home the win in LMP2 AM and 5th place overall, with this win Gustas became the youngest driver to win an Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO)-sanctioned race[4][5] The team won again and sealed up the championship for the #52 car and Cody Ware at the Sepang International Circuit. At the final round of the season at the Chang International Circuit Gustas and Cody finished second behind the sister #25 car, which gave the #25 second place in the Championship [6]

Motorsports career results[edit]

European Le Mans Series results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 Rank Points
2019[1] Oregon Team LMP3 Norma M30 Nissan VK50VE 5.0 L V8 LEC
4
MNZ
Ret
CAT
10
SIL
Ret
SPA
7
ALG
Ret
12th 20
2020[2] RLR MSport LMP3 Ligier JS P320 Nissan VK56DE 5.6L V8 LEC SPA LEC
10
MNZ
9
ALG 30th 3

Asian Le Mans Series results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Make Engine 1 2 3 4 Pos Points
2019–20[3] Rick Ware Racing LMP2 Am Ligier JS P2 Nissan VK45DE 4.5 L V8 SHA BEN
1
SEP
1
CHA
2
2nd 68


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