2018 Blancpain GT Series
European GT racing series split into two Cups:
- Sprint Cup for 2 x 60 minute races in a weekend, five weekends per year;
- Endurance Cup for 180 minute races plus the 24 Hours of Spa and the 1000km Paul Ricard, totalling five endurance races per year;
Teams can compete in the entire series or pick a cup.
All races are for FIA GT3 cars exclusively, the class structure is based upon driver ratings with a mix of Pro, Pro/Am and Am classes.
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*As at 28 February 2018*
2018 Blancpain GT
Ten rounds in the season, five for the Sprint Cup (2 races per weekend) and five for the Endurance Cup (1 race per weekend). The prestige event is the Total 24 Hours of Spa in July.
|7,8 Apr||Sprint||Circuit Zolder||Zolder, Belgium|
|22 Apr||Endurance||Autodromo Monza||Monza, Italy|
|6,7 May||Sprint||Brands Hatch||Kent, England, UK|
|20 May||Endurance||Silverstone Circuit||Northants, England, UK|
|3 Jun||Endurance||1000km Paul Ricard||Le Castellet, France|
|23,24 Jun||Sprint||Misano World Circuit||Misano Adriatico, Rimini, Italy|
|28-29 Jul||Endurance||Total 24 Hours of Spa||Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium|
|2,3 Sep||Sprint||Hungaroring||Budapest, Hungary|
|15,16 Sep||Sprint||Nürburgring||Nürburg, Germany|
|30 Sep||Endurance||Barcelona||Catalonia, Spain|
Endurance Cup changes:
Silverstone runs one week later than last year to create a week’s separation to the Brands Hatch Sprint weekend. Paul Ricard moves 3 weeks earlier to the beginning of June.
Sprint Cup changes:
Misano moves from the opening round to June. Zolder is a new addition as the new season opener. Zandvoort falls off the schedule.