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A brand-new championship for GT and Prototype cars. Five rounds will host two 50-minute races (10 races in total) shared between Dubai Autodrome and Yas Marina Circuit (Abu Dhabi), from November 2018 to February 2019.

The Gulf Sportscars Championship (GSC) is a national championship open to international competitors. This will allow national drivers to compete and qualify for their international licence.

Entrants can run either a single driver or a driver pairing. The championship results will be determined by the best 6 results of each car over the 10 races.

International teams coming from abroad will be offered workshop space and complete logistics services.

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Entry List Revealed for January’s GSCC Round 3

Gulf Sportscar Championship GT3 class leaders GP Extreme face a tough challenge to maintain their lead at the top of the points standings with a record number of entries set for the next event at Dubai Autodrome on 24-25 January 2019. Following their entry into this...

GPX Renault Comes From Behind To Take Dubai Victory

The GP Extreme Renault RS1 duo of Fred Fatien and Jordan Grogor scored a comeback victory after falling to the back of the grid from pole position in the opening race of Round 2 of the Gulf Sportscar Championship at Dubai Autodrome. Having taken a blistering pole...

Renault RS1 Storms to GSCC Round 2 Pole

The GPX Racing Renault RS1 GT3 car of Jordan Grogor and Fred Fatien will start from pole position for the opening race of the second round of the Gulf Sportscar Championship at Dubai Autodrome. Having topped the timesheets in the previous day’s two Free Practice...

calendar 2018/2019

16 November
Dubai Autodrome
Round 1
7 December
Dubai Autodrome
Round 2
25 January
Dubai Autodrome
Round 3
1 February
Yas Marina Circuit
Round 4

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calendar 2018/2019

16 November
Dubai Autodrome
Round 1
7 December
Dubai Autodrome
Round 2
25 January
Dubai Autodrome
Round 3
1 February
Yas Marina Circuit
Round 4

CONTACTS

Register Your Interest