When does the International GT Open start 2019?

The 2019 International GT Open is the fourteenth season of the International GT Open, the grand tourer -style sports car racing series founded in 2006 by the Spanish GT Sport Organización. It began on 27 April at Le Castellet and will finish on 12 October, at Monza after seven double-header meetings.

What kind of cars are used in International GT Open?

Starting in 2015, the International GT Open began using only FIA GT3-spec cars with 2 sub-categories. The Am category is only for drivers given the “Bronze” designation by GT Sport.

How big is the International GT Open race?

Three of the six rounds were joint events for the Open and the Spanish GT Championship. In 2007, the first race, known as Pro-Am, covers approximately 200 km distance, while the second race is 150 km and known as GT Open. The only exception is the Open GT Barcelona, which is a single 300 km race.

How are points awarded in International GT Open?

On 1 February 2019, Hungaroring were replaced by Red Bull Ring, and 2019 International GT Open Round 4 moved to 13–14 July. Points are awarded to the top 10 (Pro) or top 6 (Am, Pro-Am, Teams) classified finishers. If less than 6 participants start the race or if less than 75% of the original race distance is completed, half points are awarded.


When did the 2019 GT calendar come out?

A seven-round provisional calendar was revealed on 22 September 2018. The schedule will feature six circuits from 2018 calendar, while Estoril will be dropped in favor of Hockenheimring. The date of the Spa round was altered on 29 November 2018.

Who are the winners of the GT Championship?

Frederick Schandorff and Michele Beretta took their third win of the season in Race 1 at the Hungaroring, ahead of teammates Read more…. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.