FIA GT1 World Championship

The FIA ​​GT1 World Championship was a race series for GranTurismos and followed in 2012 the technical regulations of the GT3 group. The championship went to the succession of the FIA GT Championship. She was awarded by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile and organized by the SRO Motorsports Group.


In the World Cup a total of 24 vehicles from six different automobile manufacturers were allowed to start. It occurred per manufacturer two teams, each with two vehicles at. Approved were exclusively private teams, each with two drivers per race cars. Only one driver could be provided by the automobile manufacturers. At each race weekend after training and qualifying two one-hour races were held, the first run was scored on Saturday as the qualifying race. The starting grid for the Sunday discharged Championship run was due to the result of the qualifying race. Each participant had to complete between the 25th and 35th minute a mandatory pit stop in which a driver change was required. Championship points were awarded for the top three in the qualifying race, according to the following key: 8-6-4. The championship run was scored as follows: 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1. To prevent series victories and establish equal rights, after a race Weights were assigned to the first four participants. Here, up to 100 kg could accumulate over a number of races.


TV broadcasts

The free - TV channel Sport 1 and the pay-TV channel Motors TV broadcast the race.