Lamborghini Super Trofeo Europe/Asien - The most thrilling one-make series in the world

The Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Europe it was launched in May 2009 and has since gained a worldwide audience and much respect from motorsport enthusiasts and professionals alike. In 2015 the Series features the new Lamborghini Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo and brings again the action to some of the most renowned racing venues across Europe. Legendary circuits like Monza, Spa-Francorchamps or the Nürburgring challenge the drivers and the teams while the wheel-to-wheel flights and the unmistakable sound of the Lamborghini leave spectators stunned.

24h Series by Creventic

The 24H SERIES aims to create endurances races where (semi) professional drivers as well as amateur and gentleman drivers can participate. Dutch agency, CREVENTIC, is the promoter of the 24H SERIES, a series of 12- and 24-hour endurance race events at fascinating circuits all over the world, aimed at amateurs and gentlemen drivers, semi-professionals and professional drivers. A wide variety of ‘tin top’ touring cars, GTs and 24H-Specials (e.g. silhouette cars) are eligible to race, from ‘hot hatchbacks’ up to proper GT3 machinery and purpose-built race cars. An established structure of classes and liberal technical regulations allow teams to compete without having to change their 

cars for the 24H SERIES, thus helping them to save costs.

Over the years, further events were added to CREVENTIC’s portfolio. 

Current events include the Hankook 24H DUBAI, the original endurance race in the Gulf region, the Hankook 12H ITALY-MUGELLO, the Hankook 12H ZANDVOORT, the Hankook 24H Circuit PAUL RICARD, the Hankook 24H BARCELONA and the Hankook 12H EPILOG BRNO. 

GT4 European Series

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 VLN series under the SP10 appellation. Offering value for money to PRO and AM drivers is one of the GT4 European Series’ key values. Its proven concept earned its place in the international motorsport scene. In 2018 the GT4 European Series will be the only international SRO-organised GT4 series to accept Silver-Silver pairings, making the GT4 European Series a perfect stepping stone towards GT3 for young and talented drivers.

Drawing upon 20 years of experience, including more than a decade with GT4 cars, SRO conducts the Balance of Performance (BoP) of the GT4 European Series in order to ensure fair championship battles for all manufacturers involved. Increased manufacturer interest in recent years has resulted in a wide range of cars that are eligible to race in the GT4 European Series, including the brand new Mercedes-AMG GT4.

For GT4, SRO has followed the same principles that have made high-profile championships like the Blancpain GT Series so successful, namely reduced costs, technical fairness, dynamic races featuring professional and amateur racers, convenient locations, and a friendly paddock atmosphere. The organisation can count on extensive knowledge and enjoys approval by the FIA as an International Series. The GT4 European Series will on Blancpain GT Series weekends this season, ensuring strong media coverage.

The ADAC GT4 Germany as a stepping stone to the ADAC GT Masters

The ADAC GT4 Germany is aimed at aspiring young talents and ambitious hobby racers. The competition is open to pilots who have been awarded a silver or bronze rating by the FIA, the world motorsport association.

All races take place in the supporting programme of the ADAC GT Masters, the format of which the ADAC GT4 Germany also follows. Two races of about one-hour duration are held each weekend. Two pilots share the cockpit in each race. A driver change takes place in the middle of the race.

The ADAC has secured the exclusive rights to the class for Germany from the GT4 rights holder SRO Motorsports Group, with the exception of races on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife. A system of vehicle classification (Balance of Performance) ensures equal opportunities between the different vehicle concepts. Before the start of the season, a basic classification is determined, which is continuously reviewed during the season and adjusted if necessary.

DTM Trophy

Who are the organisers of the DTM Trophy?

The series is completely run by ITR GmbH.

What cars are able to take part in the series?

Drivers and teams with cars eligible for FIA categories E2-SH and E2-SC of all manufacturers are able to participate. Almost every brand represented in motorsport has a corresponding GT car with 400 to 500 hp in its portfolio – most notably Audi, BMW and Aston Martin, each of whom are represented within the DTM, but also brands such as Mercedes-AMG, Porsche, McLaren, Ford, Chevrolet, Lotus, Jaguar, Toyota and Nissan.

What are the prize categories for the DTM Trophy?

There are three distinct championship categories: one for drivers, one for teams and a third junior category for drivers aged 22 and under (born in 1998 or later).

Why is there a junior category?

One of the chief aims of the DTM Trophy is to highlight and promote young talent – on a big stage and in front of major teams and manufacturers.

What makes the junior category so attractive?

The winner of the Trophy’s junior classification will also earn a money-can’t-buy opportunity to test a DTM car at the end of the 2020 season. The test is an important opportunity to showcase talent and ability

Who can participate in the DTM Trophy as a driver?

The DTM Trophy is advertised internationally – therefore, the minimal entry standard is set at International D-licence. Driver ratings, common in many other GT series, will not exist in the DTM Trophy. As a result, professionals can also participate.

Which points system is used in the series?

Points will be awarded in the same manner as in the DTM: the winner receives 25 points down to one point for 10th position. And, as in DTM, points will be awarded for the top three qualifiers: 3-2-1.

How big is the prize fund for the participants in the DTM Trophy?

Series organisers will distribute a prize fund of €150,000 between the top three drivers in the championship, allocated as follows:

  • the winner receives €75,000
  • second place €50,000
  • €25,000 for third place

What does each weekend format look like?

As in DTM, there will be two free practice sessions per race weekend – both on Friday. Saturday and Sunday features a 20-minute qualifying session and a 30-minute race. Therefore, two sprint races per weekend.

GTC Race and Goodyear 60

The GTC Race racing series for GT cars and sports cars includes two GTC races and one Goodyear 60 race per race weekend.

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