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.

  • GT-Division - GT Cars
  • TCE-Division - Touring Cars

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). 

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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. 

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