sexta-feira, 10 de dezembro de 2010


The 2011 calendars for the FIA GT1 World and FIA GT3 European Championships have been announced by the FIA World Motor Sport Council and SRO is pleased to unveil the five dates for the brand-new Blancpain Endurance Series, which will include the Total 24 Hours of Spa in July.

After a highly successful first season the 2011 FIA GT1 World Championship will begin, as it did in 2010, in Abu Dhabi at the end of March.

As well as the event in the United Arab Emirates, the events in Algarve, Silverstone, Navarra, Paul Ricard and San Luis are all carried over from the inaugural season.

The four new tracks for 2011 include Zolder (Belgium), Sachsenring* (Germany) and Curitiba (Brazil), with the GT1 World Championship heading into new territory in September with a race in China, at the Ordos International Circuit.

The addition of China underlines the GT1 series' foray into world’s fastest growing markets for luxury and sports car manufacturers. Russia is on the itinerary for GT3, paving the way for a GT1 presence in 2012.

Stephane Ratel, CEO of the SRO Motorsports Group, said: “Today we have unveiled the calendars for the three leading international GT series in the world. 2010 saw the FIA GT1 World Championship become a reality and we are very proud of the exciting racing that the teams and drivers produced as we travelled to the Middle East, Europe and South America.

"In 2011 we will build on the solid foundations of the first year and with a race in Asia. China is a very important market and another step in our long term strategy that will eventually see the FIA GT1 World Championship race on every continent.”

2011 FIA GT1 World Championship

26th March UAE Abu Dhabi

10th April Belgium Zolder

8th May Portugal Algarve

15th May* Germany Sachsenring

5th June Great Britain Silverstone

3rd July Spain Navarra

17th July France Paul Ricard

4th September China Ordos

23rd October Brazil Curitiba

6th November Argentina San Luis

* Subject to ASN confirmation

3 comentários:

Marcelão disse...

Sai no lucro!
Vai WTCC...
...vem FIA GT1.
Ótima troca.

Igor * @fizomeu disse...

tenho certeza que curitiba fez um bom negócio!!!

Marcos - Blog da GGOO disse...

Com certeza!!