FIA adopts sportscars

The FIA has officially adopted the Sportscar Championship, recognised this season as the Sports Racing World Cup, and announced a nine round championship. Missing from John Mangoletsi's original list is the Rolex 24 at Daytona, which will not...

The FIA has officially adopted the Sportscar Championship, recognised this season as the Sports Racing World Cup, and announced a nine round championship. Missing from John Mangoletsi's original list is the Rolex 24 at Daytona, which will not adopt the latest technical updates including the rear underfloor diffusers and carbon brakes. The big feature event of the year will be the Monza 1,000 Kms (22 April), to which the organisers will also open to Grand Touring cars, and the teams will visit Italy again in July to race at Misano (instead of Imola, which was listed provisionally).

FIA Sportscar Championship: 8 April, Barcelona; 22 April, Monza; 13 May, Spa; 1 July, Brno; 15 July, Misano; 29 July, Magny Cours; 26 August, Donington; 16 September, Nurburgring; 25 November, Kyalami.

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