Since it began in 2007, the GT Cup has grown to become a firmly established part of the UK motorsport landscape. Founded as a premium GT sprint series, it has continuously proved to be the championship of choice, offering excellent track time and value for money. The championship has grown in stature over the years, with top international GT teams supporting entrants, and numerous professional coaches taking part to help amateur drivers develop their race craft.
The paddock is renowned for its relaxed but professional atmosphere, with teams and drivers prepared to help each other out in a tight spot. This doesn’t diminish the competitive edge with all races strongly contested, and the championship caters for all types of entrant, with all welcome.
The championship also enjoys one of the widest variety of GT car grids in the United Kingdom, which is split into five Groups by the maximum lap time potential of each car. The unique group structure and points scoring system ensures any driver from any group has a chance of becoming the overall champion.
New in 2018 Group GTH is designated specifically for current-homologated GT4 machinery. The Groups are as follows:
GTO - Open specification cars (subject to meeting balance of performance), GT3, Super Trofeo and modified Challenge cars;
GTC - Late model year Challenge and Cup specification cars, with performance balancing where required;
GTB - Early year Challenge and Cup cars with minimum specification changes and modified saloon base vehicles;
GTH - Unmodified cars built to GT4 homologation;
GTA - Lower powered or older specification cars that meet the technical requirements under balance of performance
The GT Cup is an ideal place for amateur drivers to hone their craft and is open to National B licence holders and above. It is also open to coach/pro drivers entering as part of a two-driver team with a sporting driver.
To register your interest in the GT Cup Championship, and for more information, please contact the Championship Coordinator, Hannah James: