GT4 European Series

Launched in 2006 and property of SRO Motorsports Group, the GT4 format initially grew in stature within the Dutch championship as well as in the Germany-based VLN series under the SP10 appellation.

Offering value for money to Pro and AM drivers is one of the GT4 European Series’ key values. Its proven concept earned its place in the international motorsport scene.

Drawing upon 20 years of experience, including more than a decade with GT4 cars, SRO conducts the Balance of Performance (BoP) of the GT4 European Series in order to ensure fair championship battles for all manufacturers involved. Increased manufacturer interest in recent years has resulted in a wide range of cars that are eligible to race in the GT4 European Series.

All GT4 European Series rounds take place on GT World Challenge Europe Powered by AWS Series weekends this season, ensuring strong media coverage.


Round 1 - Monza
Monza, Italy
16-18 April

Race 1: #23 - 1st / #32 - 3rd

Race 2: #23 - 1st

Round 2 - Paul Ricard
Paul Ricard, France
28-30 May

Race 1: #23 - 3rd / #32 - 31st

Race 2: #23 - 6th / #32 - 8th

Round 3 - Zandvoort
Zandvoort, Netherlands
18-20 June

Race 1: #23 - 10th / #32 - DNF

Race 2: #23 - 7th / #32 - 20th

Round 4 - Spa Francorchamps
Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
29 July-1 August

Race 1: #23-1st / #32-15th

Race 2: #23-4th / #32-6th

Round 5 - Nürburgring
Nürburgring, Germany
3-5 September

Race 1: #23-2nd /#32-3rd

Race 2: #23-3rd/#32-1st

Round 6 - Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
8-10 October

Race 1: #23-5th / #32-6th

Race 2: #23- 8th / #32- 12th

The Car

Mclaren 570S GT4


The 570S GT4 is a full competition specification GT4 car that’s ready to race straight from the factory.

At the core, an immensely strong, feather light carbon fibre chassis – the MonoCell II. Power comes from a specially developed 3.8 litre twin-turbocharged McLaren V8, linked to the race-ready 7-speed transmission.

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