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GT World Challenge Europe

Discover the GT World Challenge Europe

GT3

GT World
Challenge Europe

International championship, the GT World Challenge Europe is composed of 10 events, 5 in GT World Challenge Europe (two one-hour races per meeting) and 5 in Endurance (races from 3 to 24 hours). More than 70 cars, 2 to 3 drivers, are split in three categories (PRO, PRO AM and AM), bringing together professional and gentlemen drivers on the same track. The championship attracts teams from all around the world (Europe, Russia and America), thanks to the legendary race of the Spa 24h, or by renowned tracks like Monza and Nürburgring.

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calendar

1

30 March - 3 April 2022

Italy
Powered by AWS Endurance Cup

Italy


2

30 April - 01 May 2022

Great Britain
Powered by AWS Sprint Cup

Great Britain


Brands Hatch

3

11 - 15 May 2022

France
Powered by AWS Sprint Cup

France


Magny-Cours

4

17 - 19 June 2022

Netherlands
Powered by AWS Sprint Cup

Netherlands


Zandvoort

5

21 - 21 June 2022

Belgium
Test days

Belgium


TotalEnergies
24 Hours of Spa

6

01 - 03 July 2022

Italy

Italy


Misano

7

28 - 31 July 2022

Belgium
Powered by AWS Endurance Cup

Belgium


TotalEnergies
24 Hours of Spa

8

02 - 04 September 2022

Germany
Powered by AWS Endurance Cup

Germany


Hockenheim

9

16 - 18 September 2022

Spain
Powered by AWS Sprint Cup

Spain


Valencia

10

30 September - 02 October 2022

Spain
Powered by AWS Endurance Cup

Spain


Barcelona

crews

GT World Challenge Europe
Endurance Cup

87 CATÉGORIE
SILVER
Casper Stevenson

Casper Stevenson

English

Tommaso Mosca

Tommaso Mosca

Italian

88 CATÉGORIE
PRO
Raffaele Marciello

Raffaele Marciello

Italian

Jules Gounon

Jules Gounon

French

Dani Juncadella

Dani Juncadella

Spanish

GT World Challenge Europe
Sprint Cup

86 CATÉGORIE
SILVER
Petru Umbrarescu

Petru Umbrarescu

Romanian

Igor Walilko

Igor Walilko

Polish

07 CATÉGORIE
PRO
Casper Stevenson

Casper Stevenson

English

Thomas Drouet

Thomas Drouet

French

88 CATÉGORIE
PRO
Jules Gounon

Jules Gounon

French

Jim Pla

Jim Pla

French

89 CATÉGORIE
PRO
Raffaele Marciello

Raffaele Marciello

Italian

Timur Boguslavskiy

Timur Boguslavskiy

Russian

FFSA GT French Championship

Discover the French championnship : FFSA GT French Championship

GT4

FFSA GT French Championship

Launched in 2006 and property of SRO Motorsports Group, the GT4 format initially grew in stature within the Dutch championship as well as in the Germany-based. To this date, 14 cars have been homologated for GT4 action. The FFSA GT French Championship (GT4 France) is integrated in the GT4 European Series launched in 2017, an overall structure of regional GT racing throughout Europe. SRO has followed the same principles that have made high-profile championships like the GT World Challenge Europe: reduced costs, technical fairness, dynamic races featuring professional and amateur racers, convenient locations, strong media coverage, and a friendly paddock atmosphere. The GT4 France is a FFSA series showing a superb schedule with 5 prestigious rounds on the most beautiful French tracks and an event in Spa-Francorchamps.

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MORE THAN 233 000 OF VIEWERS IN FRANCE

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calendar

1

15 - 18 April 2022

Coupes de pâques de nogaro

Coupes de pâques de nogaro

Circuit
Paul armagnac de nogaro

2

13 - 15 May 2022

Fanatec GTWC europe

Fanatec GTWC europe

Circuit
Nevers magny-cours

3

24 - 26 June 2022

Grand Prix d'Albi

Grand Prix d'Albi

Circuit
Albi

4

22 - 24 July 2022

SRO SPEED WEEK

SRO SPEED WEEK

Circuit
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS

5

09 - 11 September 2022

Lédenon GT Series

Lédenon GT Series

Circuit
Lédenon

6

14 - 16 October 2022

SRO Racing Festival

SRO Racing Festival

Circuit
Paul Ricard (5,8kms)

Championnat de France FFSA GT

16 CATÉGORIE
PRO AM
Fabien Barthez

Fabien Barthez

French

Jim Pla

Jim Pla

French

81 CATÉGORIE
PRO/AM
Eric Debard

Eric Debard

French

Simon Gachet

Simon Gachet

French

87 CATÉGORIE
PRO AM
Hugo Chevalier

Hugo Chevalier

French

Enzo Joulie

Enzo Joulie

French

88 CATÉGORIE
SILVER
Paul Evrard

Paul Evrard

French

Thomas Drouet

Thomas Drouet

French

GT4 European Series

Discover the French championnship : FFSA GT French Championship

GT4

GT4 European Series

A six-round calendar on the most prestigious racetracks in Europe, the 2021 GT4 European Series season will get underway in Italy, at Monza in April (16-18) and finish in Spain at Barcelona in October (8-10). In between, the pack will visit France, Circuit Paul Ricard (May 28-30), then the Netherlands in June (18-20) with a round at Zandvoort before heading to Belgium in July (28-31) for the Total 24 Hours of Spa and the Nürburgring track in September (3-5). Two one-hour races will be contested during each round for a two-driver crew and three categories, Silver, Pro-AM and AM.

calendar

1

30 Mars - 03 April 2022

Italy

Italy

Circuit
Imola

2

03 - 05 June 2022

France

France

Circuit
Imola

3

01 - 03 July 2022

Italy

Italy

Circuit
Misano

4

28 - 31 July 2022

Belgium

Belgium

Circuit
Spa-Francorchamps

5

02 - 04 September 2022

Germany

Germany

Circuit
Hockenheim

6

30 September - 02 October 2022

Spain

Spain

Circuit
Barcelona

GT4 European Series

53 CATÉGORIE
AM
Christophe Bourret

Christophe Bourret

French

Pascal Gibon

Pascal Gibon

French

61 CATÉGORIE
AM
Mauro Ricci

Mauro Ricci

French

Benjamin Ricci

Benjamin Ricci

French

81 CATÉGORIE
AM
Eric Debard

Eric Debard

French

Simon Gachet

Simon Gachet

French

87 CATÉGORIE
PRO/AM
Jean-Luc Beaubelique

Jean-Luc Beaubelique

French

Jim Pla

Jim Pla

French

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