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FIA GT1, GT2 and GT3 calendars revealed for 2010

The 2010 calendars for the FIA GT1 World Championship, FIA GT2 European Championship and FIA GT3 European Championship, as published by the FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC)
Following a meeting in Paris, the FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) has finalised the calendars for the 2010 FIA GT1 World Championship, FIA GT2 European Championship and FIA GT3 European Championship.

The FIA GT1 schedule expands from the eight races held in 2009 to as many as twelve next year, though seven of them – Abu Dhabi, South Africa, Canada, Belgium, Hungary, China and Brazil – remain subject to confirmation. There are nine meetings on the FIA GT2 European calendar, and six for FIA GT3.

Following the announcement that the Monaco Grand Prix has been moved forward by a week to 16 May, due to fears that the jewel in F1's annual crown was too close to the Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul – originally only a week later – the Brno and Paul Ricard dates remain open to amendment by the WMSC in December.

The calendars are as follows:

2010 FIA GT1 World Championship

April 4 UAE Yas Marina **
April 18 ZA South Africa *
May 2 GB Silverstone Supercar 2010
May 16 CZ Brno
May 30 F Paul Ricard
July 4 CDN Canada *
August 1 B Total 24H of Spa-Francorchamps *
August 29 D Nürburgring
September 12 P Circuito Algarve
October 3 H Budapest *
November 14 CN China *
November 28 BR Brazil *

*Subject to ASN confirmation

**Subject to the homologation of the circuit



2010 FIA GT2 European Championship

May 2 GB Silverstone Supercar 2010
May 16 CZ Brno
May 30 F Paul Ricard
June 20 D Oschersleben
August 1 B Total 24H of Spa-Francorchamps
August 29 D Nürburgring
September 12 P Circuito Algarve
October 3 H Budapest *
October 17 B Zolder

*Subject to ASN confirmation


2010 FIA GT3 European Championship

May 2 GB Silverstone Supercar 2010
May 16 CZ Brno
May 30 F Paul Ricard
June 20 D Oschersleben
September 12 P Circuito Algarve
October 3 H Budapest *

*Subject to ASN confirmation



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Nanbawan - Unregistered

October 27, 2009 10:22 PM

Cool, they're going to the Ricard again (I wish F1 did the same), unfortunately, they're not going to Argentina and that stunning track, Potrero de los Funes.



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