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Championship card
Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup
The Blancpain GT Series is an international championship created by the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO) in 2013 and divided into two competitions: Endurance Cup and Sprint Cup with the following categories: Blancpain GT Series Sprint Overall, Pro-Am and Am Cup for Teams and Drivers, the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Overall, Pro-Am and Am Cups for Teams and Drivers, and the Blancpain GT Series Silver Cup for Drivers.

Private and semi-factory teams participate in the competition. They use GT3 cars with some changes: the body is reinforced for even higher speeds, rear diffuser and carbon fiber wing.
Endurance Cup is a test of endurance races in the series and Sprint Cup - more transient and dynamic competitions, in the format close to formula racing.

Races usually have a duration of 3 hours. "24 Hours of Spa" is the longest and most prestigious of them. In 2013, this particular championship became the starting point for the SMP Racing program - the drivers of the Russian team made their debut in this championship on Ferrari cars.
GranTurismo cars
Raffaele Marciello
Alex Riberas
Christopher Mies
Sunday morning qualifying
Sunday evening- three-hour race ("Paul Ricard 1000 km" "24 Hours of Spa have different schedules).
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Moscow, Russia