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24H BARCELONA 2019

30-31 August -1 September 2019



ENTRY LIST

Entry list with teams and drivers in PDFEntry list with teams only in PDF
CLASSSNTEAMCOUNTRY
A610Hofor-Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Switzerland
A611Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Czech Republic
A617IDEC SPORT RACING
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
France
A621Wochenspiegel Team Monschau
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A622Wochenspiegel Team Monschau
Ferrari 488 GT3 (3900cc)
Germany
A624GPX Racing
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
United Arab Emirates
A629Equipe Verschuur
Renault RS01 (3800cc)
Netherlands
A631T3 Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
A634Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
A677Barwell Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 2018 (5200cc)
England
A685CP Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
United States
A691Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Germany
A693Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Germany
SPX216True Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Austria
SPX217True Racing
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Austria
SPX701Vortex V8
Vortex 1.0 (6200cc)
France
SPX717Cor Euser Racing
MARC II V8 (5200cc)
Netherlands
SPX778Speed Lover
Porsche 991 Cup MR (4000cc)
Belgium
991900RKC Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
991907Team Clickvers.de
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Germany
991909DUWO Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Luxembourg
991911Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
France
991912Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
France
991915Orchid Racing Team
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Switzerland
991963race:pro motorsport
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991980MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991987Raceunion
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991991NKPP Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Netherlands
991999track-club
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
SP2206Transam Euro
TBA Euro (6200cc)
Spain
SP2224RTR Projects
KTM X-BOW (2000cc)
Czech Republic
GT41PROsport Performance
Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 (4000cc)
Germany
GT450Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Switzerland
GT4414Team GM Sport
Ginetta G55 GT4 Evo 2017 (3700cc)
France
GT4415Orchid Racing Team
Porsche Cayman GT4 CS MR (3800cc)
Switzerland
GT4454QSR Racingschool
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
Belgium
TCR101Red Camel-Jordans.nl
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR102Holmgaard Motorsport
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Denmark
TCR103TTC Racing
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR105GSR Motorsport
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR SEQ (2000cc)
Lithuania
TCR107MONLAU COMPETICION
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR111Atech Racing
Seat Leon TCR V2 DSG (2000cc)
United Arab Emirates
TCR112Autorama Motorsport by Wolf-Power Racing
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR114Autorama Motorsport by Wolf-Power Racing
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Switzerland
TCR120T3 Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR123TICTAP TOTCAR SPORT
Seat LCR TCR V3 DSG (2000cc)
Spain
TCR130Team Hyundai Denmark
Hyundai i30 N TCR (2000cc)
Denmark
TCR133Zengő Motorsport
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Hungary
TCR136Motorsport developpement
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR SEQ (2016) (2000cc)
France
TCR155Kawasaki Racing by Bas Koeten Racing
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR169Bonk Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR188AC Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Belgium
SP3301Vortex V8
Vortex Scirocco GC 10 (3500cc)
France
SP3302PR&V
Porsche Cayman GT4 CS (3800cc)
France
SP3310Munckhof Racing
BMW M4 GTR (3200cc)
Netherlands
SP3334Team ABBA Racing
BMW M3 V8 GTR (4000cc)
England
SP3339Perfection Racing Europe
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
Denmark
SP3378CWS Engineering
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
A3600RKC Racing
Honda FD2-Civic Type-R (2000cc)
England
A3601VHA Motorsport
Mitjet 2L (2000cc)
Denmark
A3614Intersport Racing
BMW M3 (3200cc)
England
A3676Synchro Motorsport
Honda FK8-Civic Type-R (2000cc)
England
A3685Dan Agro Racing
Peugeot RCZ (1600cc)
Denmark
CUP1802fun-M Motorsport
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
CUP1803NK Racing
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
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TIME SCHEDULE

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VISITORS

Be part of the moment, when man and machine face their toughest challenge, #ThisIsEndurance
It will be the 20th edition of this endurance race that gathers around 50 teams coming from the whole world, with professional, amateur and gentlemen drivers. For the eighth year in a row, the event will be counting on the collaboration of Dutch promoters Creventic, organisers, amongst others, of the 24 Hours of Dubai, which provides the event with a large international entry. Thanks to the variety of entrants, it provides for high quality and beauty of the participating vehicles. This year, there will be both the GT SERIES and the TCE SERIES. The 24-hour race will be run clockwise on the 4.655 km long FIA layout.

Circuit
  • Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Mas "La Moreneta", PD 27, 08160 Montmeló, Barcelona
    There are multiple options to get to the Circuit, both with the private car or using public transport, click here for the options.

Races
  • Main race: Hankook 24H BARCELONA
  • Support races: Super Seven, F4 Spanish Championship, 24h Sim-Racing

Time schedule
  • FRIDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER 2018
    09:00 FREE PRACTICE SUPER SEVEN
    09:40 FREE PRACTICE 1 SPANISH F4
    10:20 OPTIONAL PRIVATE TEST 3 24H BARCELONA
    14:05 FREE PRACTICE 2 SPANISH F4
    14:45 FREE PRACTICE 24H BARCELONA
    16:00 QUALIFYING SUPER SEVEN
    16:45 QUALIFYING SPANISH F4
    17:30 QUALIFYING 24H BARCELONA
    18:55 RACE 1 SUPER SEVEN
    19:50 RACE 1 SPANISH F4
    21:00 NIGHT PRACTICE 24H BARCELONA
     
  • SATURDAY, 8 SEPTEMBER 2018
    09:45 RACE 2 SUPER SEVEN
    10:35 RACE 2 SPANISH F4
    11:15 START GRID 24H BARCELONA
    12:00 START HANKOOK 24H BARCELONA
     
  • SUNDAY, 9 SEPTEMBER 2018
    12:00 FINISH HANKOOK 24H BARCELONA
    12:15 PODIUM CEREMONY

Tickets
  • Access free of charge

Access to
  • Paddock
  • Pit boxes
  • Start grid
  • Grand stand

Activities
  • Slot car racing
  • Food trucks

Magazine
Parking
  • For free behind the grand stand
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CIRCUIT

ABOUT F1 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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REFUELLING

CENTRAL FUEL STATION 24H BARCELONA
There will be a central fuel station available at Circuit de Catalunya. This means that you do NOT need to bring any refuelling equipment.

Specific for the 24H BARCELONA
  • Location: the refueling area at the beginning of the pit lane
  • Number of pumps: there will be 4 petrol pumps and 1 diesel pump available
What you need to know:
  • All vehicles must be able to refuel directly with a commercial type hose as used in usual service stations
  • You only need to make sure your fuel inlet is prepared to refuel with a standard (commercial) fuel-pump-pistol. Therefore: the refuelling orifices of the tanks must be equipped for this operation.
  • The use of adaptors or filler bottles is strictly forbidden
  • The use of extra ventilation during refueling is only allowed in conjunction with a (ATL) vent-bottle
  • During the complete refueling operation, the windows and doors on both sides (left and right) need to be closed.
  • The team need to have TWO team members available at the refueling station during each refueling operation
    This is required to push the car away in case the engine will not start after the refueling operation. It is also allowed to assist the refueling operation by one or two own team member(s). IN THIS CASE THE (1 OR 2) TEAM MEMBERS MUST WEAR FLAMEPROOF OVERALLS, GLOVES AND BALACLAVAS.
  • Refueling will take place on basis, first come first refuel
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