About the GT Sports Club
Launched in 2015, the GT Sports Club is exclusively reserved for real Gentlemen drivers with an overall classification for bronze drivers, a Titanium Cup class for drivers aged 50 and over, and an Iron Cup class for drivers aged 60 and over. It is the only single-driver GT series in Europe.
The event format has been exclusively designed to fit the limited time available to non-professional drivers.
Drivers can usually arrive at the track on Saturday morning for the administrative checks and drivers’ briefing and leave on Sunday afternoon after the second race of the weekend. Each event offers one free practice session of 40’ or two of 30’ each, two qualifying sessions of 15’ each and two races of 40’. Additional paid practices are available at selected events.
For the 2020 season, SRO Motorsports will promote two GT Sports Club series of five events each: the GT3 Sports Club, for GT3 cars, and the GT2 Sports Club for the new GT2 category
Six of the ten events will be held in support of the prestigious Blancpain GT World Challenge events, two in the well promoted French GT Championship, one alongside the British GT Championship and one during the GT4 European finals.