Plans for the 2020 GT Sports Club Europe season have now been finalised. Following discussions with manufacturers and teams, the decision has been taken that the new breed of GT2 machinery will compete alongside the firmly established GT3 cars rather than in a separate series.
An optimised five-round calendar has been agreed, with each event competing alongside GT World Challenge Europe. The season is scheduled to begin at Monza before travelling to Circuit Paul Ricard (29-31 May) and then the Total 24 Hours of Spa (23-26 July). It will conclude with trips to the Nürburgring (4-6 September) and Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
A contingency plan has also been formulated for GT Sports Club Europe in the event that the Monza event does not take place. In this scenario, the series will join GT World Challenge Europe at Misano on 3-5 July, while the Barcelona round would be replaced by Imola.
In all cases, SRO will continue to closely monitor the global situation and communicate any calendar alterations should a decision be taken.