2010 FIA GT1 Championship calendar amended

The WMSC has confirmed a revamped schedule for the 2010 FIA GT1 Championship.
The FIA GT1 Championship calendar for 2010 has been revised following a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Monaco on Friday.

The main changes include the event in South Africa switching from an April date to November, while Argentina is now a new addition and will now host the season finale on December 5.

The races in Canada, Hungary and China previously set for July, October and November respectively have all been dropped.

The new-look schedule is as follows:

2010 FIA GT1 World Championship Calendar:

April 4 UAE Yas Marina
May 2 GB Silverstone
May 23 CZ Brno#
July 4 F Paul Ricard*#
August 1 B Spa-Francorchamps
August 29 D Nürburgring
September 19 P Portimao#
November 7 ZA South Africa, Durban* #
November 28 BR Brazil, Interlagos
December 5 ARG San Luis NEW ADDITION

# denotes new date
* denotes subject to ASN confirmation

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January 06, 2010 8:57 PM

You know there are enough open dates in that schedule to add an American date. I vote for Sebring, Indianapolis or Road America. I mean, after the whole Andy Evans debacle is in the past. He doesn't even have anthing to do with the ALMS series.

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