CREVENTIC is set to host three of its most popular European events once again in 2023 at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello in Italy, the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, and the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain. On top of this, the 24H SERIES will also be making an oft-requested return to the vaunted Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy, and is preparing for its maiden event at the Autódromo do Estoril in Portugal, the latter of which will feature an exploratory ‘qualifying race’ format.
Teams can earn the GT-Division or the TCE-Division Title. In addition, teams are able to win the Class-Title for the GT3, GTX, 992, GT4, TCR, TCX, and the TC-Class. To win this Championships Title a team must have the highest scoring of at least four of the five races combined. This means that each team has one scratch result.
For the Drivers there will be the following rankings for each Title:
Going into its second season in the winter of 2023, the Middle East Trophy will feature for the second time three Grand-Prix calibre Middle East circuits. The ME-Trophy is a UAE-national championship, including one race abroad, that’s set to trun during motorsport’s winter off season. The three-round endurance racing campaign incorporates the second edition of the Hankook 12H KUWAIT on 7-8-9 December, the 19th edition of the Hankook 24H DUBAI on 12-13-14 January, and the Hankook 6H ABU DHABI on 19-20-21 January.
Teams in each of the Classes will be battling for their own Class Title. Titles in GT3, GT3 PRO/AM, GT3 AM, 992, 992 AM, GTX, GT4, TCE, TCR, TCCR, TCX, and TC are on the line. To win a Title a team must have the highest number of points scored in all three races combined.
In addition to the Team Titles, Drivers Titles are also on the line in each of the Classes. On top of this, a Ladies Cup will also be awarded to the highest scoring female driver in each Class.
The 24H SERIES powered by Hankook features the sensation of multi-class racing. The classes are assigned in two separate divisions, which race together in all events.
The classes within the divisions can be found below.
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GT3 cars are set of regulations maintained by the FIA for grand tourer racing cars designed for use in various series throughout the world.
Group GTX, exceptional cars, is a group of cars which is added to accept a wider variety of cars. The cars in GTX have a guide line of approx. 2,5-3,4 kg/hp (faster than GT4 and slower than GT3).
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992) cars
In the GT4 class, the specific GT4 regulations are applicable. Same as GT3 cars, these cars must be based on mass production road cars.
A TCR Touring Car is a TCR-homologated car and and based on 4 or 5 door production cars, and are powered by 2.0 litre turbocharged engines. The balance of performance is according to the latest TCR BOP for Endurance Events.
Group TCX, exceptional cars, is a class generally meant for special Touring cars and some GT-cars, with approximately the performance of TCR cars.
The performance guideline of the TC class is: Cars that are slower than class TCR and TCX.