GT4 Cup

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GT4 Cup
GT4cup logo.png
Category Grand Touring cars
Inaugural season 2020–21
Drivers 32 (2020–21)
Teams 11 (2020–21)
Drivers' champion Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed
Teams' champion Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team
Current season 2020–21

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.

Race weekend

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.

Point system

2020–21 onwards

All races will be run with a scoring system similar to the one used in FIA series:

Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • 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 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Brazil.png Gabriel Pecly Spain.png Carlos Frau Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team Automobilista