GT SPORTS CLUB
Established in 2015, the GT Sports Club platform offers Bronze-graded drivers a chance to fight their peers for overall race wins aboard modern GT machinery, while also enjoying an exclusive and friendly paddock atmosphere. It provides the ideal stepping stone for gentlemen drivers new to high-end race cars, providing a bridge between club competition and professional-level racing.
The format was pioneered in Europe, where events support leading series such as GT World Challenge Europe.
In 2020, the GT Sports Club expands into the American market and will feature mixed grids of GT2 and GT3 machinery.
GT Sports Club is open to latest GT3 specs and previous generations GT3 - GEN 2(2009-2013), GTE and Cup cars and GT2 cars.
GT SPORTS CLUB EUROPE 2020
For the 2020 season, GT Sports Club Europe will be integrated into the GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Sprint Cup grid, where it will form a standalone class. (the former Sprint AM Cup will be renamed the Sports Club.)
Drivers still have the option to either race alone or share their GT2 or GT3 car with a fellow Bronze-graded competitor.
GT2 cars will also be authorized in the Pro-AM category of the GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Sprint Cup
- Race format
Race weekends with 2 races
Free Practice (1x1 60or80min)
Races (2x1 hour)
Race weekends with 3 races
Free Practice (2X 60or80min)
Races (3x1 hour)
The season will launch at Misano on 7-9 August for three races before moving to Magny-Cours (11-13 September, Zandvoort (25-27 September) and a concluding three-race event at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (9-11 October).
- GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Sprint Cup
- Info and Contact
Series Manager, Valerie Guillon, Valerie@sro-motorsports.com
GT SPORTS CLUB AMERICA 2020
In 2020, the GT Sports Club expands into the American market where an initial five-round championship will feature mixed grids of GT2 and GT3 machinery during its debut season.
The GT Sports Club America will act as a support race of the leading GT World Challenge America Powered by AWS Series.
Five event season to begin at VIR on July 9-12 followed by Sonoma Raceway (7-9 August), Road America (28-30 August), Watkins Glen (18-20 September), and Indianapolis Motor Speedway (1-3 Oct).
- Contact and Info
GT Sports Club America: Series Manager, Staci Langham, firstname.lastname@example.org