2018 Calendars: British GT

2018 British GT Series

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British GT racing series for FIA GT3 and GT4 cars with two drivers per car, these days run by the SRO using Blancpain BoP.

Three race meetings feature 2 x 60 minute races.
Three race meetings feature 1 x 120 minute race.
And the Silverstone 500 is a 180 minute enduro.

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2018 Calendars: International GT Open

2018 International GT Open

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European GT racing

70 minute race on Saturday, 60 minute race on Sunday. Two drivers per car.

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2018 Calendars: Blancpain GT Asia

2018 Blancpain GT Asia

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Asian GT racing series. All races are for FIA GT3 and GT4 cars. The race format is the same as the Blancpain GT Sprint Cup in Europe, 2 x 60 minutes per weekend.

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2018 Calendars: Blancpain GT Series

2018 Blancpain GT Series

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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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2018 Calendars: Pirelli World Challenge

2018 Pirelli World Challenge

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GT and touring car sprint racing in North America with a variety of classes. There are four splits, not all appear at every round on the calendar. The GT splits are further divided into two formats, Sprint and SprintX. Every split races twice per meeting.

GT/GT Cup races:  50-minute races, one driver per car, FIA GT3 cars in GT, and Porsche Cup, Ferrari Challenge and Lamborghini Trofeo cars in GT Cup.

GT-X races (“SprintX”):  60-minute races, two drivers per car, FIA GT3 cars.

GTS races:  50-minute races, one driver per car, FIA GT4 cars.

GTS-X races (“SprintX”):  60-minute races, two drivers per car, FIA GT4 cars.

TCR races:  Sprint races for the global-spec TCR touring car class.

TC/TCA races:  Sprint races for PWC touring cars.

Finally, the end of the season sees the PWC organise the California 8 Hours, a round of the SRO Intercontinental GT Challenge.

 

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2018 Calendars: Super Formula

2018 Super Formula

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Japan’s premier single-seater open wheel series, featuring Dallara chassis at IndyCar or Formula 2 level, mated to Super GT Toyota or Honda engines. Very quick cars.

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2018 Calendars: Super GT

2018 Autobacs Super GT

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Japan’s top sports car series, mixing impressive home-grown GT500 cars as the top class, along with a GT300 class which includes FIA GT3 cars and others.

GT500 is the playground of Honda, Lexus and Nissan.

GT300 sees a big grid of the usual mix of GT3 cars from Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, Nissan, Honda, BMW, Bentley – along with Toyotas and Lotuses running to local regulations.

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