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Old 25 Jan 2019, 09:42 (Ref:3878504)   #1
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GT Open & GT Cup 2019

GT Open are back with what looks like another strong year, with big grids and plenty of diversity.

2019 also sees the introduction of the GT Open Cup series which runs in support of the main series.

Calendar:


FRANCE Paul Ricard 27-28.04.2019

GERMANY Hockenheim 25-26.05.2019

BELGIUM Spa 08-09.06.2019

HUNGARY Hungaroring 06-07.07.2019

ENGLAND Silverstone 07-08.09.2019

SPAIN Barcelona 21-22.09.2019

ITALY Monza 12-13.10.2019


Only a handful of teams announced so far but this is usually the case with GT Open, already a stronger off season than last year.

Big news so far is Teo Martin moving back to Mclaren, and Antonelli moving to AMG.

We are also due to see a pair of new Vantages.

Grid so far:

PRO CLASS - 5 Cars

Antonelli Motorsport - Mercedes AMG GT3 - TBA / TBA
Teo Martin Motorsport - Mclaren 720s GT3 - TBA / TBA
TBA - Aston Martin Vantage GT3 - TBA / TBA
TBA - Aston Martin Vantage GT3 - TBA / TBA
Target Racing - Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo - TBA / TBA

PRO AM CLASS - 4 Cars

Antonelli Motorsport - Mercedes AMG GT3 - TBA / TBA
Teo Martin Motorsport - Mclaren 720s GT3 - TBA / TBA
Ombra Motorsport - Lamborghini Huracan GT3 - TBA / TBA
Target Racing - Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo - TBA / TBA

AM CLASS - 0 Cars
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