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24H BARCELONA 2018

7-8-9 September 2018

ENTRY LIST

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A6-PRO5Ram Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
England
A6-PRO11Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Czech Republic
A6-PRO17IDEC SPORT RACING
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
France
A6-PRO31ROFGO Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
England
A6-PRO39AB Sport Auto
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (5200cc)
France
A6-PRO911Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (4000cc)
Germany
A6-AM1Hofor-Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Switzerland
A6-AM15Swiss Team
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Switzerland
A6-AM23FF Corse
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
England
A6-AM33Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM34Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS (5200cc)
Germany
A6-AM41R-Motorsport
Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 (5900cc)
Switzerland
A6-AM85PROsport Performance
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
A6-AM488Wochenspiegel Team Monschau
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
SPX10Leipert Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo Evo (5200cc)
Germany
SPX58VDS Racing Adventures
MARC Focus V8 (5000cc)
Belgium
SPX78Speed Lover
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Belgium
SPX116True-Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Austria
SPX117True-Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Austria
SPX204Vortex V8
Vortex 1.0 (6200cc)
France
SPX690Clickversicherung.de powered by Chrzanowski Racing
Porsche 991 Cup MR (4000cc)
Germany
99164Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
France
99165Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
France
99173EBIMOTORS
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Italy
99175IDEC SPORT RACING
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
France
99194QSR Racingschool
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Belgium
GT4215NM Racing Team
Ginetta G55 GT4 (3700cc)
Spain
GT4254QSR Racingschool
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
Belgium
GT4446Endurance Team Romania
Ginetta G55 GT4 (3700cc)
Romania
TCR30Team Hyundai Denmark
Hyundai i30 N TCR (2000cc)
Denmark
TCR55Atech Racing
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
United Arab Emirates
TCR103TTC Racing
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR107MONLAU COMPETICION
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR108Cupra Racing - Monlau Competición
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR115Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR120BPM Racing
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
England
TCR133Baporo Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR155Kawasaki Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR175NKPP Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR303Red Camel-Jordans.nl
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR308Team Altran Peugeot
Peugeot 308 Racing Cup TCR (1600cc)
France
TCR555TFT/top loc racing
Audi RS3 LMS SEQ (2000cc)
France
TCR888AC Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS SEQ (2000cc)
Belgium
TCR908Team Altran Peugeot
Peugeot 308 Racing Cup TCR (1600cc)
France
SP3178CWS Engineering
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
SP3259Munckhof Racing
BMW M4 (3200cc)
Netherlands
SP3278CWS Engineering
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
A376Synchro Motorsport
Honda FK8-Civic Type-R (2000cc)
England
A399RKC/TGM Motorsport
Honda FD2-Civic Type-R (2000cc)
England
CUP1131Hofor Racing powered by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Switzerland
CUP1151Sorg Rennsport
BMW M235i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
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CIRCUIT

F1 CIRCUIT - CIRCUIT DE BARCELONA-CATALUNYA
Location: 40 minutes from central Barcelona
Address: Mas "La Moreneta", PD 27, 08160 Montmeló, Barcelona
www.circuitcat.com
Location Map | Getting to Circuit de Catalunya

Circuit direction:  Clockwise
Circuit lenght:      4655 meters
Number of turns:  16

The foundation stone of Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya was laid on 24th February 1989,
thanks to the efforts of the Consortium made-up by the Catalan Government,
the Reial Automòbil Club de Catalunya (RACC) and the Montmeló Town Council.

Five days after the official inauguration, on 10th September 1991, Circuit deBarcelona-Catalunya hosted the first official race, the Spanish     Touring Car Championship, with the victory of former F1 driver Lluís Pérez Sala. On 29th September 1991 the 35th Spanish F1   Grand Prix was held after seventeen years of absence in Catalonia.

The Motorcycling World Championship arrived one month later with the Grand Prix of Europe, the name of which was changed to Grand Prix of Catalonia from 1995 onwards. During all of these years of activity, the Circuit has witnessed the best international motor sports events, alternating with national championships or outstanding events such as endurance races.

Today, the Circuit has set itself up as one of the most modern sports facilities, serving as the venue for the most important motor sports events of the world such as the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Catalan MotoGP Grand Prix.


CIRCUIT MAPS
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya enjoys a privileged location, at only 32 km from Barcelona (and 18 km from the Costa de Barcelona). The Circuit is located between two major communication roads.
GENERAL CIRCUIT MAP | CIRCUIT MAP WITH TURN NUMBERS


FACILITIES
The Circuit is not only passion for speed; it also offers multi-purpose facilities fitted to offer all kinds of services, including a restaurant, a media centre with a capacity of 450 people, several VIP spaces and even a heliport.
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