|Category||Grand Touring cars|
|Drivers' champion||Sven Geelhoed|
|Teams' champion||Bravo Racing Team|
The GT4 Cup is the league's first series. It is heavily orientated towards average GT4 series concept and thus mirrors the usual GT championships and weekend schedules, which contains a 10 minute Qualifying, followed by a race over various lengths.
GT4 Cup (2020–present):
After the initiative that lead to the foundation of .Race9, several plans were discussed to get racing underway at .R9. It was quickly decided to run a winter series, car suggestions ranged from open-wheeler series over multi-class racing to touring cars. However, in early October 2020, the decision was made towards a GT4-inspired series.
On Saturdays, drivers have a 10-minute qualifying session. The qualifying session decides the grid order for the race, run over a time of 35 minutes. At endurance events, race length is increased to 75 minutes and a mandatory pitstop is required.
All races will be run with a scoring system similar to the one used in FIA series:
- Each driver has to drive 50% of race distance to be eligible for points.
- Game: Automobilista
- Eligible Cars:
- Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT4
- BMW M4 GT4
- Ford Mustang GT4
- Ginetta G55 GT4
- KTM X-Bow GT4
- McLaren 570S GT4
- Mercedes-AMG GT4
- Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport
|Season||Drivers' champion||Second||Third||Teams' champion||Platform|
|2020–21||Sven Geelhoed||Gabriel Pecly||Carlos Frau||Bravo Racing Team||Automobilista|