What and Why
  • GT4 is a FIA approved international race series based on high end Grand Tourer cars.

  • The large manufacturer interest in recent years has resulted in a wide range of up to 45 cars;

    • Alpine A110 GT4

    • Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4

    • Audi R8 LMS GT4

    • BMW M4 GT4

    • Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R

    • Ginetta G55 GT4

    • KTM X-BOW GT4

    • McLaren 570S GT4

    • Mercedes-AMG GT4

    • Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 CS MR

    • Toyota Supra GT4

  • The pool of drivers includes professionals from Formula 3, GT3, and VLN (Nurburgring endurance Championship)

How it works
  • Drawing upon 20 years of experience, the GT4 cars are matched in performance to create exciting, fast and fair racing.

  • With the Balance of Performance (use of ballast weight and power restrictors) the cars are closely matched.

  • To make the series more accessible each car is shared between 2 drivers within the team which reduces the costs.

  • The series is spread over 6 big events throughout Europe as part of the GT World Challenge, ensuring strong media coverage.

  • Each event consists of:

  • Two 60 minute free practice sessions (shared between drivers)

  • Two qualifications sessions, one per driver, deciding the starting position for each race 

  • Two 60 min races with a mandatory pitstop to perform a driver swap (with a minimum time to ensure fairness)


  • Both qualification sessions and both races are broadcasted LIVE on YouTube ensuring full coverage of each event.

  • Being part of the GT World Challenge this ensures large media exposure at with filled grandstands.

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