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Season 2023

GT Open

30.04.2023 - Portimao - PORTUGAL

Round 1 Portimao

The Autódromo do Estoril, officially known as Autódromo Fernanda Pires da Silva, is a motorsport race track in Portugal, owned by state-run holding management company Parpública. Its length is 4.182 km (2.599 mi). It was the home of the Formula One Portuguese Grand Prix from 1984 to 1996. The capacity of the motorsport stadium is 45,000. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.

The Estoril circuit was built in 1972 on a rocky plateau near the village of Alcabideche, 9 km from the city of Estoril, the beach resort lending its name to the circuit. The course has two hairpin turns, noticeable elevation changes, and a long (986 metre) start/finish straight. Its original perimeter was 4.350 km (2.703 mi), and the maximum gradient is nearly 7%.

28.05.2023 - Spa - BELGIUM

Round 2 Spa

The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is the venue of the Formula One Belgian Grand Prix and the Spa 24 Hours endurance race.

It is considered to be one of the most challenging race tracks in the world, mainly due to its fast, hilly and twisty nature.

Since the early 1920s, the Circuit of Spa-Francorchamps has resounded with a thousand and one fabulous tales of those heroic times in which they drove on earth roads at the wheel of awesome machines.

18.06.2023 - Hungaroring - HUNGARY

Round 3 Hungaroring

The Hungaroring is a motor-racing circuit in Mogyoród, Hungary where the Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix is held. In 1986, it became the location of the first Formula One Grand Prix behind the Iron Curtain.
Bernie Ecclestone wanted a race in the USSR, but a Hungarian friend recommended Budapest. They wanted a street circuit similar to the Circuit de Monaco to be built in the Népliget – Budapest’s largest park – but the government decided to build a new circuit just outside the city near a major highway. Construction works started on 1 October 1985.
It was built in eight months, less time than any other Formula One circuit.
23.07.2023 - Paul Ricard - FRANCE

Round 4 Paul Ricard

The Circuit Paul Ricard is a motorsport race track built in 1969 at Le Castellet, near Marseille, in France, with finance from the eccentric pastis magnate Paul Ricard. Ricard wanted to experience the challenge of building a highway.
Opened on 19 April 1970, its innovative facilities made it one of the safest motor racing circuits in the world at the time of its opening. The circuit had three track layout permutations, a large industrial park and an airstrip.
10.09.2023 - Red Bull Ring - AUSTRIA

Round 5 Red Bull Ring

Originally built in 1969 to replace the nearby Zeltweg airfield track, the Österreichring (5.911 km) track was situated in Spielberg, in the Styrian mountains and it was a visually spectacular and scenic circuit, which hosted the Austrian F.1 Grand Prix between 1970 to 1987.

The track was famous for its fast corners (notably, the Bosch-kurve and the Öst-kurve), and being narrow and dangerous, also because of the absence of large escape areas. It was instrumental in the expansion of Austrian motorsports and the careers of local champions such as Jochen Rindt,  Niki Lauda and later, Gerhard Berger or Alexander Wurz. Still, only Lauda (in 1984) has managed to win its national GP.

24.09.2023 - Monza - ITALY

Round 6 Monza

The Autodromo Nazionale Monza is a race track located near the town of Monza, north of Milan, in Italy, and one of the most legendary tracks in the world. It is the natural home of the Italian Grand Prix since the inception of Formula 1, and is known for the passion of its tifosi (supporters).

Built in the Royal Villa of Monza park in a woodland setting back in 1922, Monza has been the setting of numerous highs in motorsports history, be them great performances, moments of glory and also, tragedies.

22.10.2023 - Barcelona - SPAIN

Round 8 Barcelona

The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is a motorsport race track in Montmeló, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. With long straights and a variety of corners, the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya is seen as an all-rounder circuit. The track has stands with a capacity of 140,700. The circuit has FIA Grade 1 license.

Until 2013 the track was known only as the Circuit de Catalunya, before a sponsorship deal with Barcelona City Council added Barcelona to the track’s title.

Italian GT Endurance Championship

21.05.2023 • Pergusa - Italy
09.07.2023 - Mugello - Italy
17.09.2023 - Monza - Italy
15.11.2023 - Vallelunga - Italy

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