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2020 Schedule - GT4 America
Date
Circuit
Division
Mar 6-8
Mar 28-29
Apr 17-19
Apr 25-26
May 2-3
May 9-10
May 16-17
May 23-24
May 29-30
Jun 6-7
Jun 16-17
Jun 20-21
Jun 26-28
July 3-5
July 23-26
Aug 8-9
Aug 29-30
Sep 4-6
Sep 12-13
Sep 19-20
Sep 25-27
Oct 3-4
Oct 9-11
Oct 17-18
COTA
Sepang
Monza
Chang
Brands Hatch
Silverstone
Mosport
Fuji
Paul Ricard
VIR
Spa
Suzuka
Zandvoort
Misano
Spa
Sonoma
Road America
Nürburgring
Shanghai
Watkins Glen
Hungaroring
Indianapolis
Barcelona
Shanghai
Country
2020 GT World Challenge
America
Asia
Europe
Asia
Europe
Europe
America
Asia
Europe
America
Europe
Asia
Europe
Europe
Europe
America
America
Europe
Asia
America
Europe
America
Europe
Asia
USA
Malaysia
Italy
Thailand
Britian
Britian
Canada
Japan
France
USA
Belgium
Japan
Netherlands
Italy
Belgium
USA
USA
Germany
China
USA
Hungary
USA
Spain
China
The GT World Challenge (GTWC) is a GT3 & GT4 international conglomeration of other Racing Series organized into a
separate championship by SRO Motorsports Group.  

The GTWC divides their championship among three continents whose races are scheduled
so that there are no conflicts between all the race dates.  The three areas are Asia, Europe and North America.  Each  
has it's own car brands, teams and drivers.

The GTWC has a three-class structure, based on FIA driver rankings:
Pro-Am for a Gold- or Silver-rated driver paired with a Bronze;
Silver for a pair of Silver-rated drivers and
Am for a pair of bronze drivers.
No Platinum drivers are allowed.

There are two 90-minute races on each race weekend.   The AMs start one race and the next day the Pros start.
There are some endurance races too.  In America, we'll have the 8 Hours of Indianapolis.  Europe has the Total 24
Hours of Spa.  Asia has the 10 Hours of Suzuka.

Altogether, there will be 23 race weekends in 2020 - 6 in Asia, 6 in North America and 11 in Europe.

Taking part in the American series is the
Pirelli GT4 America Series.  
Most of their race weekends are included in the GTWC championship,
although they have an additional two race weekends during the IndyCar
weekends at St Pete and Long Beach.  

GT4 America has two classes:
         SPRINT = 1 driver per car, either Pro or Am.  -
They are not included in GTWC.
         SPRINTX = 2 co-drivers per car with the three-class structure mentioned above. (Pro-Am, Silver & Am)




CBS Sports will
telecast live coverage of GT World Challenge America to viewers in the U.S. and Canada
throughout 2020. Delayed coverage of the European and Asian series will also air on the network this year.
In addition, you can stream all the action live from their Web Sites and YouTube.


Endurance

Sprint
Endurance


Endurance



Sprint
Sprint
Endurance


Endurance


Sprint

Sprint
Length
Curcuit/
Date
Winner
COTA
Mar 7 - Race 1

COTA
Mar 8 - Race 2

VIR
Jun 6 - Race 1

VIR
Jun 7 - Race 2

Sonoma
Aug 8 - Race 1

Sonoma
Aug 9 - Race 2

Road America
Aug 29 - Race 1

Road America
Aug 30 - Race 2

Watkins Glen
Sep 19 - Race 1

Watkins Glen
Sep 20 - Race 2

Indianapolis
Oct 3 - Race 1

Indianapolis
Oct 4 - Race 2
SprintX
Sprint
Sprint
SprintX
Sprint
Sprint
Matt Travis, Jason Hart
Drew Staveley
Michael Dinan
Matt Travis, Jason Hart
Michael Cooper
Paul Terry
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Ford Mustang GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
McLaren 570S GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Car
NolaSport
Ian Lacy Racing
Flying Lizard Motorsports
NolaSport
Blackdog Speed Shop
Rearden Racing
Winning Team
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
Pro-Am
Silver
AM
GT World Challenge America Teams
80
93
04
63
14
8
73
1
87
31
6
7
33
20
Martin Barkley
Shelby Blackstock
Colin Braun
David Askew
James Sofronas
Patrick Byrne
David Ducote
Rodrigo Baptista
Gregory Liefooghe
Matteo Cressoni
Rich Baek
Trevor Baek
Bryce Ward
Fred Poordad
Kyle Marcelli
Trent Hindman
George Kurtz
Ryan Dalziel

Guy Cosmo
Alan Metni
Martin Fuentes
Henry Schmitt
Ziad Ghondour
Mark Issa
Jeff Westphal
Russell Ward
Max Root
Acura NSX
Acura NSX
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Porsche 911 GT3 R
Bentley Continental GT3
Porsche 911 GT3 R
Ferrari 488 GT3
BMW M6 GT3
Ferrari 488 GT3
Ferrari 488 GT3
Ferrari 488 GT3
Mercedes-AMG GT3
Porsche 911 GT3 R
Racers Edge Motorsports
Racers Edge Motorsports
DXDT Racing
DXDT Racing
GMG Racing
K-Pax Racing
Park Place Motorsports
Squadra Corse
Stephen Cameron Racing
TR3 Racing
Vital Speed Motorsports
Vital Speed Motorsports
Winward Racing
Wright Motorsports
CAR #
DRIVER
DRIVER
CAR
TEAM
Class
SPRINT
CAR #
DRIVER
TEAM
CAR
CLASS
Am
Pro
Am
Pro
Pro
Am
Am
Pro
Am
Am
Am
Pro
Am
Am
Am
Am
Am
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
Ford Mustang GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Ford Mustang GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Porsche Cayman CS MR
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
SIN R1 GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Mercedes-AMG GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
GMG Racing
Blackdog Speed Shop
Blackdog Speed Shop
Ian Lacy Racing
Andretti Autosport
Precision Driving Tech
Ian Lacy Racing
Classic BMW
Black Swan Racing
Rearden Racing
KPR
TRG - The Racers Group
RecStuff Racing
Rearden Racing
RecStuff Racing
Stephen Cameron Racing
Flying Lizard Motorsports
Jason Bell
Michael Cooper
Tony Gaples
Drew Staveley
Jarett Andretti
Marko Radisic
Frank Gannett
Toby Grahovec
Tim Pappas
Paul Terry
Mark Klenin
Spencer Pumpelly
Fred Roberts
Jeff Burton
Jeff Courtney
Sean Quinlan
Michael Dinan
2
10
11
12
18
22
24
26
54
59
62
66
89
91
99
119
210
SPRINTX
CAR #
DRIVER
TEAM
CAR
CLASS
2
3
7
8
14
15
17
19
21
22
23
25
26
28
30
33
34
36
37
38
46
47
54
63
71
77
82
Jason Bell
Michael McAleenan
Sean Gibbons
Elias Sabo
Alex Welch
Bryan Putt
James Rappaport
Sean Quinlan
Michael Dinan
Marko Radisic
Craig Lyons
Cole Ciraulo
John Rader
Nick Wittmer
Erin Vogel
Joe Dalton
Matt Fassnacht
Colin Mullan
Charlie Belluardo
Samantha Tan
Austen Smith
Matt Travis
Tim Pappas
Ben Anderson
Mads Siljehaug
Anthony Geraci
James Walker Jr
Andrew Davis
Dan Rogers
Zac Anderson
Andy Lee
Michael McGrath
Kenton Koch
Derek DeBoer
Greg Liefooghe
Robby Foley
Karl Wittmer
Spencer Pumpelly
Tim Barber
Toby Grahovec
Harry Gottsacker
Michael Cooper
Patrick Gallagher
Christian Szymczak
Jarett Andretti
Jan Heylen
Jon Miller
John Dubets
Jason Hart
Jeroen Bleekemolen
Warren Dexter
Nicolai Elghanayan
Richard Golinello
Bill Auberlen
DRIVER
GMG Racing
Motorsport USA
NOLASPORT
GMG Racing
GMG Racing
Bsport Racing
TRG - The Racers Group
Stephen Cameron Racing
Flying Lizard Motorsports
Precision Driving Tech
TRG - The Racers Group
CCR Team TFB
Classic BMW
ST Racing
Flying Lizard Motorsports
RS1
Murillo Racing
Andretti Autosport
RS1
ST Racing
NOLASPORT
NOLASPORT
Black Swan Racing
Dexter Racing
Marco Polo Motorsports
Compass Racing
BimmerWorld
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Audi R8 LMS GT4
Audi R8 LMS GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
BMW M4 GT4
BMW M4 GT4
BMW M4 GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Mercedes-AMG GT4
McLaren 570s GT4
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Porsche Cayman CS MR
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Porsche Cayman CS MR
Ginetta G55
KTM X-Bow
McLaren 570s GT4
BMW M4 GT4
Pro-Am
Am
Am
Pro-Am
Am
Pro-Am
Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Silver
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Silver
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Pro-Am
Silver
Am
Pro-Am
Pirelli GT4 America Teams/Drivers/Cars
FIA Driver Categorization

PLATINUM - A driver who has accomplished 3 or more Gold criteria or any two of the following:
    Held a Super License (for Formula One)
    Has been a paid factory driver with results to match
    Has finished in the top 5 in either:
            IndyCar
            F3000
            GP2
            IMSA Proto-types
            Formula E
    Has finished in the top 3 in either:
            F3 International series or major international single-seater championship
    Has won:
            24 Hours of Le Mans
            WEC championship
            V8 Supercars championship
            Porsche Supercup
            IMSA Sportscar championship


GOLD - A driver who has accomplished 1 Platinum criteria or
    Finished in the Top 3 of:
            a secondary international single-seater series (Indy Lights, GP3, etc)
            Porsche Supercup, DTM, Super GT
            International V8 Supercars championship
    or has won:
            Major national Porsche Carrera Cup, TC Europe, TC2000 or BTCC
            Major GT Series
            or a category of a major Sportscar series excluding GT4 and LMP3 categories

SILVER - a driver satisfying at least one of the following criteria:
    Under age 30
    Has finished 1st in a championship
    Has won a major endurance race
    Has won a non-pro series such as Ferrari Challenge
    Competed competively in high-level international karting competitions
    Has average lap times over the season as good or better than Silver drivers in same events

BRONZE - a driver over 30 who has little or no-single-seater experience or was Silver but had no
good results and whose performance is like other Bronze drivers in that series.
    A driver under 30 who has no international karting experience

Note: Drivers will be dropped down a grade upon turing 50 years old, then 55, then 60.  
Exceptions:    Active factory drivers who will remain at Gold
                    Driving Coaches cannot be down-graded below Silver.