This should be interesting because last year at larger tracks like Spa and Nurburgring GT3 cars often turn competitive times with GT2 cars, even though GT2 cars won both events overall when all was said and done. It seem to this blogger that GT3 cars are only slightly slower than GT1 down the fastest parts of any track but the GT2 cars have more cornering power than either car so it makes up its time in the twisty bits, while loosing out on the straights. In other words balancing performance for cars built for different rules should be easy.
- Select GT3 National Championships (Germany, France, Britain, Japan and to a lesser extent Spain)
- The World Championship with GT2 and GT3 cars or all GT3 cars with the sprint format
- Blancpain European Championship for GT3 cars