TAKING ON THE MOST ICONIC TRACKS IN EUROPE OVER 5 ROUNDS OF ENDURANCE RACING
Split over five rounds of endurance racing, teams compete against each other for the GT World Challenge Endurance Cup with the 24 hours of Spa being the main marquee event of the series.
THE CAR – LAMBORGHINI HURACÁN GT3 EVO 2
Round 1 – Monza
22 | 23 April
The first track the championship visits in the GT World Challenge Europe, is the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Italy, the home of Iron Lynx.
With long straights and wide corners, the layout of this track enables it to be one of the fastest on the calendar which has given it the nickname ‘The Temple of Speed’.
Round 2 – Circuit Paul Ricard 1000km
3 | 4 June
The Paul Ricard Circuit, located near Le Castellet in France is a circuit favoured by many drivers and teams due to it having everything needed to push drivers to their limit.
With the long Mistral straight inviting drivers to hit incredible speeds, as well plenty of fast, medium and slow corners to contend with, the Paul Ricard leg of the GT World Challenge Europe is not one to miss.
Round 3 – 24 hours of Spa
29 June | 2 July
Spa-Francorchamps is undoubtedly one of the most famous and exciting race circuits on any motorsport calendar. Featuring spectacular corners, linking into extremely fast straight sections, enhanced with various elevation changes.
Spa is a mentally challenging circuit for drivers where simple mistakes on it can cost seconds due to the punishing nature of the circuit.
Round 4 – Nürburgring
29 | 30 July
The world renowned Nürburgring returns to play host to for the penultimate round of the GT World Challenge European series.
Intertwined with all parts of the history of motorsport, the Nürburgring has excited all involved in motorsport since its initial inception back in 1927. Famously described as the ‘Green Hell’, this track offers drivers the opportunity to test all their resolve.
Round 5 – Barcelona
30 September | 1 October
The final race of the GT World Challenge Europe takes place at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
This circuit is seen as a fantastic all-rounder, with long straights and a variety of corners on offer for drivers to tackle. Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is also known for its variable wind direction which can change drastically throughout the day, pushing the car’s aerodynamics abilities to the limit.