GT Tour

Established in 1997, the GT Tour is the elite of French motorsport on track. Originally named “FFSA Super Série”, the GT Tour symbolizes the longevity of GT races in France.

A branch of drivers more and more attractive (such as Olivier Panis, former F1 Driver, Anthony Beltoise and Stéphane Ortelli, winner of the 24 Hours of le Mans), prestigious teams, and lots of animations contribute to the Championship success. Besides professional drivers, we find some famous Gentlmen Drivers (amateur drivers) as Fabien Barthez and David Halliday. Since 2011, the rally superstar Sébastien Loeb registered his team, Sebastien Loeb Racing founded in the same year.

Fights, twists, suspense and passion for motorsport are keys to lasting success for more than 17 years now!
 

Format of the race week-end:

Friday Saturday morning Saturday afternoon Sunday
  • Free Sessions (1h)
  • Qualifying Practice 1 (20 min) and 2 (20 min) divided by 10 minutes break between sessions.
  • Race 1 (1h)

(Starting grid determined by qualifying practice 1)

  • Race 2 (1h)

(Starting grid determined by qualifying practice 2)

 

A driver change (gentleman > professional or professional > gentleman) is mandatory for each race.

 

Points allocation :

Top 10

Top 10 finishers score points (25; 18; 15; 12; 10; 8; 6; 4; 2;1)

The point allocation is the same for both races.

 

 

Find more info on the Official website.