Autodromo di Monza Circuit hosts the first round of the 2016 Competition102 GT4 European Series. The ‘Temple of Speed’ is a place where drivers become legends, already for nearly 100 years. The 5.793-kilometre Grand Prix track is well known for its Formula 1 visits. In addition to that it hosts several respected series like the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, the SRO run top level GT championship that will be partnered by Competition102 GT4 European Series during 22-24 April, 2016.Re
Results RYS Races 1 and 2 Monza:
- Drivers Race 2
The Pau Grand Prix runs around a 2.769-kilometre street circuit in the French town, which is just as challenging as the track in Monaco. First held in 1930, it nowadays hosts the FIA Formula 3 Championship on a regular basis. It’s the first time that drivers in the Competition102 GT4 European Series race on a street course, and the championship will be the only GT category in the event’s 75thedition. The second round on the calendar takes place during 13-15 May, 2016.
Results RYS Races 3 and 4 Pau
- Drivers Race 4
Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium is one of the most favourite race tracks among drivers in the Competition102 GT4 European Series. Located in the Belgian Ardennes, the circuit hosts notable events like Formula 1 and the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. Competitors face a two-hours endurance race together with the British GT Championship and enjoy the challenging corners like Eau Rouge and Blanchimont. The event takes place during 8-10 July, 2016.
Results RYS Race 5 Spa-Francorchamps:
The Hungaroring, located just outside Hungary’s capital city Budapest, is an iconic 4.381-kilometre race track purpose built to host Formula 1, which it still does since 1986. The twisty circuit has attracted more international recognised categories. The Competition102 GT4 European Series visits Hungary for the first time and accompanies Europe’s most known touring car championship DTM. The event takes place during 23-25 September, 2016.
Results RYS Races 6 and 7Hungaroring
Circuit Park Zandvoort can count on a traditional spot on the calendar and hosts the final round of the Competition102 GT4 European Series in 2016. The competing drivers and teams find themselves in the spotlight as the championship features as the main programme. After opening in 1948, the 4.300-kilometre circuit was home to multiple Formula 1 Grand Prix races. Nowadays international racing series as well as successful theme events make up a strong calendar. The ‘Final races’ take place during 7-9 October, 2016.