International GT Open


As one of the leading Pro-AM racing platforms in Europe, the 19th season of the International GT Open is already taking place in 2025 - and SPS automotive performance is once again at the start. Former sports car driver Jesús Pareja founded the series with GT-Sport in 2006. Thanks to stable rules, a balanced price-performance ratio, excellent TV coverage and first-class venues, the racing series is enjoying steadily growing popularity and increasing success. Each year, the International GT Open reasserts its leading position among the GT series. In the International GT Open, GT3 cars compete in the Pro, Pro-AM and AM categories.

24H Series


The 24H Series powered by Hancook consists of 12- and 24-hour endurance races around the world, aimed at amateur, semi-professional and professional drivers. A large number of touring cars, GT cars and 24H specialists are eligible to participate; from compact sports cars to GT3 machines and cars specially adapted for the racing series.

Intercontinental GT Challenge


Intercontinental GT Challenge represents the highest echelon of long-distance GT racing.

Established in 2016, the series’ purpose couldn’t be simpler: reward the manufacturer and drivers who achieve the best collective results in the world’s greatest standalone endurance events.

The proliferation of GT3, built on more than a decade of manufacturer involvement and SRO’s Balance of Performance stability, has resulted in it becoming the de facto senior class for all of the world’s most prestigious GT races. This offers manufacturers an incentive to compete in all such events by employing regional customer teams without the expense of freighting cars around the world.

This year's calendar features four iconic race tracks: Mount Panorama, the Nurburgring Nordschleife, Spa-Francorchamps and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. These collectively host 68 hours of racing.

BMW, Mercedes-AMG and Porsche are full-season IGTC entrants. At each event all of these GT3 cars are nominated to score points, but only each of their two best finishers will contribute towards the manufacturers' standings. There are no such limits in the overall drivers' championship, while a third title - known as the Independent Cup - is awarded to the top performing amateur driver.

FIA Motorsport Games


The FIA Motorsport Games brings nations and drivers together every two years for the world’s biggest festival of motorsport.
Organised by SRO Motorsports Group in partnership with the FIA, the unique multidisciplinary event gives athletes in each category the chance to win a gold, silver or bronze medal for their home nation.
The nation (FIA National Sporting Authority – ASN) with the highest number of gold medals across all categories is crowned overall winner of the FIA Motorsport Games.
First staged in 2019, the inaugural FIA Motorsport Games featured six founding disciplines in Rome, with racing staged at Vallelunga Circuit. A significantly expanded second edition in 2022 featured 16 categories staged in Marseille, at Circuit Paul Ricard and the surrounding area.
The event succeeded in bringing together the highest number of nations to compete in a single motorsport event. The spectacle of 463 athletes representing 72 nations across 16 categories attracted 45,000 spectators to the south of France.
The 2024 edition, being held in Valencia and Circuit Ricardo Tormo and surroundings, will host 27 categories of racing confirmed up until now, covering the grassroots to the pinnacles of the sport.
One of the world’s fastest-growing motorsport events, the FIA Motorsport Games offers medal-winning opportunities for both amateur and professional drivers, with categories including accessible Esports to gender equal team competitions in Karting and Electric Street.
From the splendour of Rome to vibrant Marseille and on to Spain’s culinary capital of Valencia in 2024, the FIA Motorsport Games is the world’s international racing festival.

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