CHAMPIONSHIP

INTERNATIONAL GT OPEN

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The International GT Open is today one of the most followed championships by motorsport fans due to the quality of their resources, top teams and drivers since its inception in 2006 by former driver Jesus Pareja.

In 2019, the international GT Open will run its 13th season and they will visit seven countries with all legendary and F.1-graded venues.

> 11 manufacturers represented

> TV coverage in 5 continents with live broadcast in 72 countries

> More than 2.500h of TV broadcast

> 250,000 press releases in specific racing press

> 18,5 million clicks on International GT Open’s website

Public interest, media exposure, and geographic expansion of the International GT Open, attract a growing number of teams, pilots, and fans.

> 7 weekend events (14 races) in 7 different countries

> 2 Winter Series events

> Collective test

Weekend format

  • Friday:

2 Free practice sesions libres of 1 hour each

  • Saturday:

1 Qualifying session x 30 minutes (driver 1)
Race 1: 70 minutes

  • Sunday:

1 Qualifying session x 30 minutes (driver 2)
Race 2: 60 minutes

                 

CALENDAR

INTERNATIONAL GT OPEN

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Calendar

> 27 / 28 April                  Paul Ricard 

> 25 / 26 May                   Hockenheim 

> 08 / 09 June                   Spa-Francorchamps 

> 06 / 07 July                    Hungaroring 

> 07 / 08 September         Silverstone 

> 21 / 22 September         Barcelona 

> 12 / 13 October              Monza  

Winter Series 

> 22 / 23 February              Paul Ricard

> 08 / 09 March                 Barcelona

The International GT Open, the GT Open Cup and Euroformula Open will race together five times in a single event that is held in the most demanding and modern circuits in the world.

The tracks’ characteristics they will visit are vital for training drivers for his future professional careers, besides being a unique world for sponsors and their guests.