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RACING

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GT World Challenge Europe is the premier category in Europe for GT3 cars, boasting large numbers of entries for each event and close, competitive racing. The series is open to both professional and skilled amateur drivers, managed by the formation of multiple classes that use the driver grading criteria set out by the FIA. Garage 59 won the GT World Challenge Europe Pro-Am Endurance Cup title in 2020.

The 2022 Asian Le Mans Series is a run of four, four-hour races, all held in the Middle East due to the ongoing global travel restrictions. The first two races are held at the Dubai Audodrome on 12/13 February before the teams move on to the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi for the final two races. 

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Round 1 > Imola, Italy > 1 - 3 April > Endurance

Round 2 > Brands Hatch, UK > 30 April  - 1 May > Sprint

Round 3 > Magny Cours, France > 13 - 15 May > Sprint

Round 4 > Circuit Paul Ricard 1000kms, France > 3 – 5 June > Endurance

Round 5 > Zandvoort, Netherlands > 17 – 19 June > Sprint

Round 6 > Misano, Italy > 1 – 3 July > Sprint

Round 7 > 24 Hours of Spa, Belgium > 28 – 31 July > Endurance

Round 8 > Hockenheim, Germany > 2 – 4 September > Endurance

Round 9 > Valencia, Spain > 16 – 18 September > Sprint

Round 10 > Barcelona, Spain > 30 Sept – 2 Oct > Endurance

Race 1 – Saturday 12 February 2022, Dubai Autodrome 
Race 2 – Sunday 13 February 2022, Dubai Autodrome 
Race 3 – Saturday 19 February 2022, Yas Marina Circuit 
Race 4 – Sunday 20 February 2022, Yas Marina Circuit