ABOUT CREVENTIC MEDIA PARTNERS +31 485 471 166 REGISTER
CalendarBudgetTeam infoEntry & Order formWEK 6H DUBAI 2020TransportDriver/Ride boardStandingsNewsPressStoreContact
TEAM LOGIN REGISTER ABOUT CREVENTIC MEDIA, PARTNERS AND MORE

24H DUBAI 2020

9-10-11 January 2020

ENTRY LIST

Entry list with teams and drivers in PDFEntry list with teams only in PDF
CLASSSNTEAMCOUNTRY
GT33Toksport WRT
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
GT37Toksport WRT
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Germany
GT318V8 Racing
Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R (6200cc)
Netherlands
GT319MP Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
Netherlands
GT3203Y Technology
BMW M6 GT3 (4400cc)
France
GT324GPX Racing
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991) (4000cc)
United Arab Emirates
GT326SAINTELOC
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
France
GT327DINAMIC MOTORSPORT
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Italy
GT334Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
GT336T3 Motorsport by Car Collection
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
GT363GRT Grasser Racing Team
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Austria
GT366Attempto Racing
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
GT377Barwell Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 2019 (5200cc)
England
GT385CP Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT3 (6200cc)
United States
GT388Car Collection Motorsport
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
GT391Herberth Motorsport
Porsche 911 GT3 R (991 II) (4000cc)
Germany
GT399Attempto Racing
Audi R8 LMS Evo 2019 (5200cc)
Germany
GTX701Vortex V8
Vortex 1.0 (6200cc)
France
GTX710Leipert Motorsport
Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo Evo 2018 (5200cc)
Germany
GTX717Cor Euser Racing
MARC II V8 (5200cc)
Netherlands
GTX758VDS Racing Adventures
MARC II V8 (5200cc)
Belgium
991900RKC Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
991902TM Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Germany
991904JFC / LB Living racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
New Zealand
991905TM Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
Germany
991909DUWO Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Luxembourg
991911Porsche Lorient Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
France
991950Duel Racing
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
991978Speed Lover
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Belgium
991980Raceunion by MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991989MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991990MRS GT-Racing
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991996race:pro motorsport
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991997race:pro motorsport
Porsche 991-II Cup (4000cc)
Germany
991999track-club
Porsche 991-I Cup (3800cc)
England
GT4405ERC SPORT
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
England
GT4408Dragon Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
United Arab Emirates
GT4410Leipert Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
Germany
GT4419Selleslagh Racing Team
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
Belgium
GT4421Bovi Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Hungary
GT4426MRS GT-Racing
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Germany
GT4428MRS GT-Racing
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Germany
GT4429Century Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
England
GT4430Century Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
England
GT4438ST Racing
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Canada
GT4450Hofor Racing by Bonk Motorsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Switzerland
GT4451Sorg Rennsport
BMW M4 GT4 (3000cc)
Germany
GT4462Ciceley Motorsport
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
England
GT4471Newbridge Motorsport
Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4 (4000cc)
England
GT4476Autorlando Sport
Porsche Cayman GT4 CS MR (3800cc)
Italy
GT4488Dragon Racing
Mercedes-AMG GT4 (4000cc)
United Arab Emirates
TCR101Red Camel-Jordans.nl
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR110Lestrup Racing Team
Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR DSG (2000cc)
Sweden
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
TCR125Bas Koeten Racing
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Netherlands
TCR133Zengő Motorsport
Cupra TCR DSG (2000cc)
Hungary
TCR151Sorg Rennsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Germany
TCR188AC Motorsport
Audi RS3 LMS DSG (2000cc)
Belgium
TCX201Vortex V8
Vortex Scirocco GC 10 (3500cc)
France
TCX206Nordschleife Racing
Ligier JS2 R (3700cc)
France
TCX207Nordschleife Racing
Ligier JS2 R (3700cc)
France
TCX208Nordschleife Racing
Ligier JS2 R (3700cc)
France
TCX212Amag First Centri Porsche Ticino
Porsche Cayman GT4 CS (3800cc)
Switzerland
TCX278CWS Engineering
Ginetta G55 (3700cc)
England
TC303Team ACP - Tangerine Associates
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
United States
TC304Team ACP - Tangerine Associates
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
United States
TC351Sorg Rennsport
BMW M240i Racing Cup (3000cc)
Germany
TBA130Team Hyundai Denmark
TBA (cc)
Denmark
FULL ENTRY LIST →

TIME SCHEDULE

READ MORE →

DIGITAL NOTICE BOARD

Digital Notice Board
Hankook 24H DUBAI
Event Bulletins
EVENT BULLETIN 01: Officials (11 January 2018)
EVENT BULLETIN 02: Start grid (11 January 2018)
EVENT BULLETIN 03: BOP Changes (11 January 2018)
EVENT BULLETIN 04: Reference times amendment (11 January 2018)
EVENT BULLETIN 05: BOP Changes (11 January 2018)

Official Publications
01. Judges of Fact (11 January 2018)
02. FINAL Entry List (11 January 2018)
03. FINAL Driver Category Class A6 (11 January 2018)
04. FINAL Driver Category Class 991 (11 January 2018)
05. FINAL Driver Category Other Classes (11 January 2018)
06. FINAL BOP Class A6 (11 January 2018)
07. FINAL BOP Class 991 (11 January 2018)
08. FINAL BOP SP-Classes (11 January 2018)
09. FINAL BOP Other Classes (11 January 2018)
10. FINAL Maximum refuelling list (11 Janauary 2018)
Announcements
01. Ambient air pressure (11 January 2018)
Hankook 3x3H DUBAI (Prototypes)
Official Publications
01. FINAL Official Entry List (5 January 2018)
02. FINAL maximum refuelling (6 January 2018)
03. FINAL Driver category (6 January 2018)
04. FINAL BOP (6 January 2018)
05. Starting grid Race 1 (6 January 2018)
06. REVISED Entry List - Valid for Race 1 (6 January 2018)
07. REVISED Driver Category (6 January 2018)
08. Starting Grid Race 2 (6 January 2018)
09. REVISED Entry List - Valid for Race 2 (7 January 2018)
10. REVISED Driver Category - Valid from race 2 onwards (7 January 2018)
11. Starting grid Race 3 (8 January 2018)
12. REVISED Entry List - Valid for Race 3 (7 January 2018)

Announcements
Start Procedure (6 January 2018)




 
READ MORE →

CIRCUIT

DUBAI AUTODROME
Location: 25 minutes from central Dubai
Circuit direction:Clockwise
Circuit length:5390 meters
Number of turns:16
Address: Dubai Autodrome, Business Park, PO Box 24649, Dubai
www.dubaiautodrome.com | Location Map | Getting to Dubai Autodrome

The 5.39km track at the Dubai Autodrome is one of the most modern in the world; it is also one of the most challenging, as it has a combination of high-speedstraights and technical corners. The venue is part of the Union Properties Motorcity development in the greater Dubailand area. The circuit, which contains six different configurations, is designed to allow three circuits to operate simultaneously, safely and independently from each other. The result presents circuit users with unparalleled options.

The circuit was designed to meet the strictest safety requirements and is the first FIA-sanctioned circuit to incorporate wide asphalt run-off areas. The digital surveillance system provides complete coverage of all areas of the track and is linked to the Race/Safety control room for monitoring and saving on hard disk recorders.

GENERAL CIRCUIT MAP | PADDOCK LAYOUT


FACILITIES
Most facilities are housed in a two-storey ultra modern complex facing the grandstand. These facilities include Pit Complex, Race/Safety Control Room, Timekeeping Room, Media Centre, VIP Suite and Stewards Room. A world-class Medical Centre is situated behind the Pitarea for track emergencies during major events.

The CCTV system provides complete coverage of all areas of the track and is linked to the Race/Safety control room for monitoring. This means that incidents along the track during a race or event can be reviewed by the Clerk of the Course.

The Media Centre is fully equipped with individual ISDN lines, computers and fax machines for the local and international press, while the Pit Complex encompasses 30 individual team garages. At the rear of the Pits is a traditional racing paddock for team staff and hospitality.

The Dubai Autodrome offers a one-of-a-kind facility for VIPs to enjoy motor racing in a regal setting. The luxuriously appointed VIP Suites offers a spectacular view of the thrilling action with cars passing only meters away.
 
Refuelling
There will be a central fuel station available at the Dubai Autodrome. This means that you do NOT need to bring any refuelling equipment.

Specific for the Hankook 24H DUBAI:

  • Location: the refueling area at the end of the pit lane
  • Number of pumps: there will be 8 petrol pumps and 8 diesel pumps 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
READ MORE →

VISITORS

Visitors
READ MORE →

VIDEO

MORE VIDEOS →