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    In 2019, the international GT Open will run its 14th season, confirming itself as one of the top pro-am racing platforms in Europe.

    It was back in 2006 that GT Sport and former sportscar driver Jesús Pareja launched the series, following the introduction of GT Sport’s single-seater series, today’s Euroformula Open. Since then, the International GT Open has enjoyed constant expansion and a growing success, thanks to stable rules, controlled costs, excellent TV coverage and premium venues. Today, the International GT Open renews its formula to further assert its position among GT series in Europe.

    Location: Paul Ricard
    27 - 28 APRIL 2019
    ROUND 1
    Country: France
    Location: Hockenheim
    25 - 26 MAY 2019
    ROUND 2
    Country: Germany
    Location: Spa
    08 - 09 JUNE 2019
    ROUND 3
    Country: Belgium
    Location: Red Bull Ring
    13 - 14 JULY 2019
    ROUND 4
    Country: Austria
    Location: Silverstone
    07 - 08 SEPTEMBER 2019
    ROUND 5
    Country: England
    Location: Barcelona
    21 - 22 SEPTEMBER 2019
    ROUND 6
    Country: Spain
    Location: Monza
    12 - 13 OCTOBER 2019
    ROUND 7
    Country: Italy

    Specifications

    The new GT3-car was developed based on the RC F, the brand’s high-performance Coupé, to compete in GT3 racing across the globe.

    Type
    FIA GT3 homologated
    Chassis
    Original RC F Chassis with connected Chassis parts
    Engine
    V8
    Engine Power
    500 hp+
    Fuel capacity
    115 l
    Gearbox
    6-Gear Sequential Transaxle
    Shifting system
    Half-automatic
    Front / Rear wheels
    330/710
    Driver seat
    Recaro
    Length
    4846 mm
    Width
    2030 mm
    Height
    1310 mm
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