The final and decisive round of the Blancpain GT Series Sprint cup could not have a more fitting scenery: the Nürburgring. The legendary track in the Eifel hills has seen many feats that have made motorsports history and another chapter will be written this weekend. All ingredients for suspense are included, as two driver pairs get to the final round tied in points: Álex Riberas-Christopher Mies and Raffaele Marciello-Michael Meadows both have 74 points. The pair of the Belgian Audi Club Team WRT has the right to be cited first, as it has one win more than its rival duo, but the real tie-break will happen on the German track. Needless to say, for the Belgian squad, one of the top objectives will be to have car #1 secure the title and put it back on top of the Blancpain GT Series overall standings that it had to give to the same rivals after the last round in Hungary. In the fight for the Sprint Cup Teams’ title, the Belgian Audis R8 have still a 9.5 points advantage but the fight is far from settled. The squad will go for the crown with its standard 4-car entry.