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BGTC: CR Scuderia reviews series rules

Each British GT race meeting consists of two 1-hour races (apart from the last two meetings at Silverstone and Donington which will hold single two-hour races). The grid positions for a standard British GT race meeting are decided by two ...

Each British GT race meeting consists of two 1-hour races (apart from the last two meetings at Silverstone and Donington which will hold single two-hour races).

The grid positions for a standard British GT race meeting are decided by two qualifying sessions. The 'B' classification drivers take part in the first qualifying session and start the first race. The 'A' classification drivers take part in the second qualifying session and start the second race.

CR Scuderia's 'A' drivers are James Sutton, Michael Cullen and Luke Hines. The 'B' drivers are Michael Meadows, Paddy Shovlin and Jeremy Metcalfe.

The races begin with a rolling start, i.e. the grid completes a lap behind the pace car before a green flag signals that the race is on. No car can overtake until it has crossed the start line.

Every car must make a pit-stop during the race to change drivers and this will take place inside the 'the pit stop window' which begins 23 minutes after the race start and ends at 36 minutes and 59 seconds. Each car must be stationary for 45 seconds.

Championship points for each class are as follows: 1st 10, 2nd 8, 3rd 6, 4th 5, 5th 4, 6th 3, 7th 2, 8th 1. CR Scuderia races in the top GT3 class.

The British GT Champion is the driver (or pair of drivers) with the most points from the GT3 category at the end of the season.

For teams with more than one car entered, like CR Scuderia, only the highest placed car at each race will be eligible to score Team Championship points.

-credit: crscuderia.com

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Series GT
Drivers Michael Meadows , Michael Cullen , Paddy Shovlin , James Sutton