Competition


 

Festival de la Velocidad de Barcelona will bring a true luxury racing program to the Barcelona circuit by bringing for the first time the prestigious Blancpain GT Sprint Cup, which will close its season in Barcelona.

Twenty-one teams with nearly 40 cars and two drivers per automobile distributed among 18 different models: McLaren 650S, Ferrari 458 y 488, Lamborghini Huracan y Gallardo, Bentley Continental, Porsche 911 y 997, Aston Martin Vantage V12, Audi R8, Mercedes SLS, Nissan GT-R, Jaguar G3, BMW M6 and Z4, etc..

As with all the events of Targa Iberia racing team, it will be a very intense weekend, with non-stop activity on the track and in the paddock, beginning at 9 a.m. and finishing each day around 7 p.m. These are the championships that will give shape to the Barcelona Festival de la Velocidad:

September 29th, 30th and 1st of October of 2017 at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

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Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup (6th of 6 trials which count towards scores)

Following the success of the Endurance Series, in 2014 SRO Motorsport Group created this new championship of very similar characteristics, but where pure performance counts more than endurance. Each Sprint event consists of two one hour races with the same GT vehicles, class of drivers and points system as the Endurance, an ideal complement for drivers and teams in the best format of GT races of Europe.

Blancpain GT Sports Club (6th of 6 trials which count towards scores)

This is a championship for drivers who, for whatever reasons, are not competing at the highest level, “gentleman racers” who are borderline professionals although due to their age or personal interests do not want to compete in the Sprint or Endurance Series, but they do like to drive authentic GT3 vehicles or monomake vehicles of the highest level. Each car is driven by only one driver in a 40 minute race, with various categories in play.

GT4 European Series Southern Cup (5th of 6 trials which count towards scores)

Nuevo en 2017, es un complemento a la copa ‘Northern Cup’ ya existente, dos campeonatos de 6 pruebas puntuables cada uno que ofrecen intensas carreras a los coches de una categoría GT4 en franco crecimiento, con 14 modelos distintos homologados. Cada evento consta de dos carreras de 60’ con los correspondientes entenamientos libres y dos tandas de 15’ de calificación. Esta copa coincide con el Campeonato de Francia FFSA GT.

Campeonato de Francia F4 (6th of 7 trials which count towards scores)

Con el aliciente para el futuro ganador de quedar integrado en la Renault Sport Academy, lo que significa acceso a la ruta de la Fórmula 1, la F4 francesa se disputa con monoplazas creados por Signatech Automobiles, con chasis monocasco de fibra de carbono y motores Renault 1.6, todo con el aval del catálogo Renault Sport. Habrá 3 carreras de 20’ más 1 vuelta, además de los correspondientes ensayos libres y calificaciones.

Porsche Carrera Cup France (5th of 6 trials which count towards scores)

Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Benelux (6th of 6 trials which count towards scores)

La Porsche Cup Francia vive una importante fase de internacionalización, ya que entre sus participantes también están en algunas pruebas los de la Porsche Cup Benelux (Bélgica, Holanda, Luxemburgo). Ambas copas coincidirán en Barcelona, lo que garantiza una importante presencia de Porsche 911 GT3 Cup y el característico sonido de sus motores ‘Flat 6’ 4.0 de 485 CV. Disputarán dos carreras de 30’ y los correspondientes ensayos y calificaciones.

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