Season 33 will see the inauguration of the RRL GT3 Masters.
The global rise in the popularity of cars conforming to the GT3 specification has seen grids thrive with drivers, teams & manufacturers all hungry to be part of this captivating race class.
Accurately portrayed within the studios of various game developers, sim racing enthusiasts can now enjoy realistic representations of their favourite race cars with the GT3 class being one of the most popular to take the wheel of.
Season 33 will be presented on our hallowed simulator, RaceRoom, and will showcase the Audi R8 LMS; BMW M6; Callaway Corvette C7; McLaren 650S; Mercedes AMG; Porsche 911 all competing at world-famous motorsport venues over a variety of race formats.
No less than 4 titles will be contested in the GT3 Masters series with honours being awarded in PRO & AM Driver, Teams (PRO) & Iron Man championships.
This circuit is host to the Chinese Grand Prix round of the Formula One World Championship. In addition to Formula One racing, Shanghai has played host to MotoGP, V8 Supercar, and WTCC races since its opening in 2004. Designed by Hermann Tilke, this 16 Turn 4.451 km long track is one of the most beautiful and challenging venues in all of motorsport.
This track is located near Motegi in Japan. The 4.8 km long road course is built in a stop-start straight-hairpin style, providing great overtaking opportunities, and is mostly known for hosting series such as the WTCC, Formula Nippon, Super GT, Formula 4 and MotoGP, making it one of the most popular tracks on the Asian continent.
Imola, also known as the "Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari" is a 4.9 km long road circuit located near Bologna, Italy. The FIA Grade 1 licensed circuit has been hosting races for over 50 years, including Formula One events held under the name of "San Marino Grand Prix". The track underwent several layout changes over its history to conform to modern safety standards. Famous corners such as the "Tamburello", the "Tosa" hairpin, "Acque Minerali" and "Rivazza" still provide a thrilling experience on this all-time classic track."
The Zhuhai International Circuit was China's first permanent road circuit when it was built in 1996. The 4.3 km long FIA Grade II certified circuit was designed by the same group which created the Formula One circuit in Adelaide and was upgraded in 2004 by Tilke GmbH. It features 14 corners combining fast sweepers and slow hairpins that provide plenty of good overtaking opportunities. It hosted many races from series such as the FIA GT Championship, Endurance World Championship, A1 Grand Prix, GT Asia, Asian Le Mans Series & TCR Asia, making it the home of Chinese motorsport.