GT CUP

Exciting times ahead for Series Elite as we have entered the GTA category in the GT Cup - this being a one make series. We will drive the Jaguar XE SV Project 8 which uses a supercharged V8 engine - the roar is deafening! 


And despite being new to the championship, we will be racing for victory! All-wheel drive with 600 horsepower, the car is a beast. But how does the GT Cup work?


Firstly with the way the points scoring system is, no matter what category we or any other team fall under, anybody has the chance of becoming the overall GT Cup champion - but there are then separate honours per category too. Each race weekend will then have additional awards for 'Driver of the day' and 'Team of the Weekend'. 


A typical race weekend is as follows: a 15 minute warm up; 15 minute qualifying session; 25 minute Sprint Race and a 50 minute Pit Stop Race on each day. But how can you follow us racing in the GT Cup? 


We will provide you with regular coverage of Series Elite in the GT Cup from race previews, to race reports as well as regular news features regarding SE. But if that isn't enough for you, then GT Cup have their own website and YouTube channel which can give you further insight. 


So follow us closely as we attempt to win the GT Cup with the Jaguar Project 8!

GT Cup 2020 Race Calendar

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Snetterton 300

11 - 12 July 

Norfolk, England

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Silverstone

15 - 16 August

Northamptonshire, England

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Donington Park

12 - 13 September

Leicestershire, England

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Snetteron 300

3 - 4 October

Norfolk, England

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Brands Hatch

Postponed due to COVID-19.

Kent, England

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Oulton Park

Postponed due to COVID-19.

Cheshire, England

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Donington Park

Postponed due to COVID-19.

Leicestershire, England